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How long does it take to change the The radiator fan?

My car has 140000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Hi there. It really depends on the experience of the individual completing this job and their access to the right tools. In most cases, a radiator fan replacement will take anywhere from one to two hours for an experienced mechanic. The tricky part is knowing how to remove the accessory components that need to be removed prior to removing the fan and knowing how to reinstall them correctly. On most newer cars like your 2003 Hyundai, the radiator fan is attached to a motor that drives the fan. This is the component that usually fails. If you would like to have one of our professional mobile mechanics replace your radiator fan and motor, please click this link to request a price quote.

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