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Old 03-30-2014, 06:19 PM   #1
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Burned out radiator fan motor

Replaced the fan (complete assembly) back in November because it had burned out. Not sure if it was just old or what. Today we got an unexpected (and extremely slushy) snowfall. There was no options but to drive the car. A lot of slush managed to get up into my fan and block the blades causing the motor to burn out once again. My question is it possible to just replace the motor or do I have to replace the whole assembly again? I bought the OEM style from mustangsunlimited.com but they don't offer just the motor.
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