1997 Ford F150 Radiator Fan Removal Instructions?

Answer The radiator fan on a 1997 Ford F-150 is turned by the water pump, which is turned by the belts on the engine. Taking off the fan itself is rather difficult because the pulley it bolts to can turn ... Read More »

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How to Remove a 1997 Ford F150 Radiator Fan?

Since 1948, Ford Motor Company has been building F150s and while the truck was in its ninth generation in 1997, every F150 from '48 to '97 relied on a cooling fan to draw air across the radiator. T... Read More »

1997 Ford F150 Radiator Fan Installation?

The radiator fan on the 1997 Ford F-150 runs via electricity and not off the crankshaft pulley. This makes removing and replacing the fan much easier because you do not have to remove the drive bel... Read More »

1997 Mountaineer Radiator Removal?

Ford Motor Company released the Mercury Mountaineer for the 1997 model year. Ford based the Mountaineer on the same platform as the Explorer, and it was nearly identical to its Ford cousin until 20... Read More »

How to Change the Radiator in a Ford F150?

The radiator is the main component of the Ford F150's cooling system. If the radiator is not working, the truck will overheat in a hurry, leading to engine breakdown, which can prove to be a very c... Read More »