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Old 05-27-2018, 10:05 PM
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Vanderspank
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I have an 09 GT/CS Mustang that I purchased around October. I have noticed that the fan is super loud. I believe it's the radiator fan. I have inspected it and have found nothing mechanically wrong.

I have an aftermarket catback exhaust and at an idle the fan overpowers the sound of the exhaust (mind you, the exhaust is quite loud).

is there a way to quiet the fan down? American Muscle told me that the 09 has an electric fan already so retrofitting one in place of the mechanical fan (what I would have done) is not an option.

Any help is appreciated!
Thank you.
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Old 05-28-2018, 03:09 AM
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Yeah, mine is kind'a loud too. It's old... Can hear it wind down too, it's just wearing
out.

You're still going to hear it, even with a new one, be it won't be the same. That's
what they sound like when they get older. I found a lady selling all kinds of stuff
for $100.00, with a new fan and aluminum rad, and she never got back to me;
Facebook, go figure...
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