1A Auto shows you how to repair, install, fix, change or replace a broken radiator fan. If your car overheats or runs hot and the radiator cooling fan will not turn on then this may be your solution. This video shows the process for the 2008 Dodge Ram
1. Removing the Radiator Fan 0:35
2. Preparing the Radiator Fan 1:47
3. Installing the Radiator Fan 2:38
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If you have ever had a roof that leaked you might be curious to see who we solved the leaks on an old 18 wheel trailer that is used for storage. Not just water was a problem but also the ever curious pack rat and if you have had one of those varmints invade you know the mess and damage they can cause. We went to an 18 wheel trailer repair shop and for a reasonable price bought rolled aluminum, $18 per linear foot, and have completely sealed off the roof. Can you say thank you silicon and expanding spray foam? And it actually looks nice. Check out 3:56 to see the finished product. Lot’s of fun working on this. Some good old farmer ingenuity. If you have any questions or comments please leave them and I will get back with you. Daniel