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post #1 of 17 Old 07-06-2016, 07:54 PM Thread Starter
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Electric Taurus fan.

Looking to up grade to an electric fan. Ford Tarus and there a several different models ! Which would be the best.


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post #2 of 17 Old 07-06-2016, 08:43 PM
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Curious why?
Lots of folks with overheating issues after swapping in electric fans and aftermarket rads...
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Agree with Shark. An OE radiator with a working fan clutch should work fine. If you're looking to free up some horsepower the engine isn't where you start. For better cooling just maintain your cooling system the way it is.

As far as an electric fan in the past I've had good luck with flex a lite (other vehicles, not a Jeep).

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Curious why?
Lots of folks with overheating issues after swapping in electric fans and aftermarket rads...


Poor fan choices are the reason. Electric fans keep engines far bigger and multiple times more HP cool. I have a Lincoln Mark 7 (very similar to the Taurus) fan in my Mustang
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Newbie2015, you going back to your old ways, starting multiple threads on every subject under the sun. Wheel color, hood vents, throttle body spacer, 8.8 axle upgrades, now electric fans.

You had stated many times before you loved your TJ just the way it is and really wanted to keep it as original as possible.

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Newbie2015, you going back to your old ways, starting multiple threads on every subject under the sun. Wheel color, hood vents, throttle body spacer, 8.8 axle upgrades, now electric fans.

You had stated many times before you loved your TJ just the way it is and really wanted to keep it as original as possible.

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Poor fan choices are the reason. Electric fans keep engines far bigger and multiple times more HP cool. I have a Lincoln Mark 7 (very similar to the Taurus) fan in my Mustang
There is no issue with the stock setup keeping the engine at proper operating temp.... The OP said nothing about larger or more HP or mustang's
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There is no issue with the stock setup keeping the engine at proper operating temp.... The OP said nothing about larger or more HP or mustang's
I did not say that the stock was not sufficient


You made generic comment


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Curious why?
Lots of folks with overheating issues after swapping in electric fans and aftermarket rads...

The Taurus fan has a long history of being used in many applications that run a lot hotter than a TJ 4.0 (or in this case a 4 cyl). Case in point my other vehicle.
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Looking to up grade to an electric fan.
That would be a downgrade.

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I did not say that the stock was not sufficient


You made generic comment





The Taurus fan has a long history of being used in many applications that run a lot hotter than a TJ 4.0 (or in this case a 4 cyl). Case in point my other vehicle.
Go argue with someone else. Your comment was just as generic. I asked the OP why.
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Sorry that i had made this thread . Will try to come up with something new that no one has come up with before , meaning a Jeep question!

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And it is my thread you do not have to comment at all . You know what we are supposed to teach our KIDS , if you cannot say anything nice do not say anything at ALL.

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And it is my thread you do not have to comment at all . You know what we are supposed to teach our KIDS , if you cannot say anything nice do not say anything at ALL.
Ask anything you want to. This is a tech forum for everyone. I learned 10 years ago to ignore negative comments here.AKA=Thick skin.

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And it is my thread you do not have to comment at all . You know what we are supposed to teach our KIDS , if you cannot say anything nice do not say anything at ALL.
Given your experience and behavior on other forums I would have expected a much thicker skin. This is nothing.
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