Continental says its new line of engine cooling fan assemblies are 100% tested for vehicle specific fit, vibration, and amperage draw and are engineered to restore original cooling performance.

Continental says its new line of engine cooling fan assemblies are 100% tested for vehicle specific fit, vibration, and amperage draw and are engineered to restore original cooling performance.

The new line of engine cooling fan assemblies from Continental Commercial Vehicles & Aftermarket has applications for more than 5.8 million vehicles in operation (VIO).

The line covers a wide range of makes, including popular BMW, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Fiat, GMC, Jeep, Mini, and Ram models.

The company says the engine cooling fans assemblies are an exact match for the fit and performance of the original equipment part. They are 100% tested for vehicle specific fit, vibration, and amperage draw.

Continental cooling fan assemblies feature OE-style electrical connections for easy installation and do not have ‘flying leads’ that require wire splicing. Automotive grade materials are used throughout to ensure long service life and dependability.

The assemblies are direct replacements for the factory units. To save time during installation, technicians will find that all mounting points are exactly the same as the original fan, according to the company.

Dave Maclay, head of product management – HVAC, TPMS, chassis and safety, says: “We developed this new line of engine cooling fan assemblies with two goals in mind. The first is to reliably meet or exceed the vehicle’s original engine cooling requirements. The second is to make sure the assembly is easy and trouble-free to install.”

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