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Radiator Ac Condensor Fan

Old 05-09-2019, 11:30 AM
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Hello Everyone,
For the last couple of years I've been rebuilding the AC system to deal with this Texas Heat.
So far I have:
  • Replaced Expansion Valve
  • Replaced AC Condenser
  • Replaced AC Compressor
  • Heck Even replaced the foam on the baffles within the AC Housing.
    • By the way used a special camper to pickup bed seal foam tape
    • It's made of soft foam, very strong glue and durable.
Now, the only thing I have left is the radiator fan. It is getting lazy on the 2nd Speed setting when AC is turned on. There's not enough air going through the condenser at low speed.
Basically no cold air until I drive past 35-40 mph. Now the summer is around the corner it's time for me to be proactive.
The factory replacement will cost about $700-800. Looks like there may be an aftermarket alternative posted below.

Just wanted to be safe and ask:
Will an aftermarket or universal fan be able to be controlled by radiator fan module?
Will these aftermarket options listed here suffice?

Thanks in advance!

Last edited by BlackKat; 05-09-2019 at 11:17 PM. Reason: More accurate description
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