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mark vii e-fan help!!

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Old 02-22-2009, 03:43 PM   #1
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Default mark vii e-fan help!!

Guys...i took my coupe to a mechanic that does some of my work so he can install the e-fan and he called back saying that it would not clear the water pump??? Is this true? If so, how is everyone else running these e-fans on their cars? I dont even have a thick radiator in there...i'm not worried about connecting the electrical part of it but installing the e-fan in place on the radiator...all help appreciated!!!
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