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    Need New Efan

    What's up? Hope everyone is doing well. My efan finally died after 13 years and I am having issues finding a Motorcraft replacement. The below part number appears to have been replaced with XR3Z-8C607-AA and neither are available.

    I can get a Dorman replacement efan, but really would prefer OEM. Any suggestions on other Motorcraft efans that will fit in the F150 fan shroud or fan and shroud combos that will fit in in the stock location without modification?

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    4 Seasons has just the motor 75762 Usually Dorman Is a descent replacement. also VDO makes one FA70146 Most of the truck people used the Mark IV fan assembly

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    This a great option! Didn't even think about just replacing the motor.
    How do you access the motor?


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    I decided to go with the Doorman replacement and it turned out easier than I thought.
    Trimmed off the excess brackets and drilled a few hole. Works perfectly!
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    Looks good!!! Nice job!!

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    What truck did you look under for the fan? I am up I. The air for efan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhilthyPhil View Post
    What truck did you look under for the fan? I am up I. The air for efan.
    Dorman 620-130 Radiator Fan Assembly


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    Quote Originally Posted by steinjr View Post
    Dorman 620-130 Radiator Fan Assembly
    Thank you sir, I just realized that I can't spell. But I am going to leave it.

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    That dorman part # is for a 97-00 Ford Mustang 4.6L-V8
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    If figured since the first post shows he had a fan for a 4.6, and seeing that he is in Texas and it has worked for 13 years. It will Probably do just fine in San Diego, and the Northwest.

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