- Direct fit for the 1987–2006 Jeep Wrangler TJ/YJ with 2.5L/4.0L engine
- Includes 16" High-Flow Electric Fan that provides over 1850 cfm of airflow
- Optional fan controller provides complete control of coolant temperatures at idle
- Fits with both stock and Mishimoto Jeep Wrangler Performance Radiator
- Accommodates stock coolant overflow tank & power steering reservoir
- Drain ports on bottom of shroud allow for water drainage during off-road conditions
- Slim profile with a maximum thickness of just 3.5"
- Brushed aluminum finish
- Includes all mounting hardware for installation
- Mishimoto Lifetime Warranty
Keep your Jeep Wrangler YJ and Wrangler TJ cool with the Mishimoto Performance Fan Shroud Kit! This direct-fit YJ / TJ electric fan shroud setup completely eliminates the stock mechanical fan. The fan shroud mounts directly to the stock radiator and Mishimoto Jeep Wrangler Performance Radiator and includes a 16" High-Flow Electric Fan that produces over 1850 cfm of airflow.Optionally, this kit can include a Mishimoto Adjustable Fan Controller Kit, which will provide the user with total control over coolant temperatures. The Engineers at Mishimoto designed drain ports on the bottom of this YJ and TJ fan shroud to allow for water drainage during off-road conditions. The Mishimoto Jeep Wrangler YJ and TJ Fan Shroud Kit includes all hardware and brackets required for installation and is compatible with the stock expansion tank and power steering reservoir.Whether you have a 2.5L I-4 or 4.0L I-6, all brackets are included with this kit so you don’t need to order additional components! This fan shroud has a brushed finish that provides a subtle accent for your engine bay. As with all our performance Jeep Wrangler parts, this fan shroud kit includes the Mishimoto Lifetime Warranty you know and trust.
(1) Aluminum Fan Shroud
(1) 16" Mishimoto Slim Electric Fan
(1) Aluminum Overflow Reservoir Bracket*
(1) Aluminum Power Steering Reservoir Bracket*
Optional: Mishimoto Fan Controller, 1/8" NPT or Probe
Mishimoto Lifetime Warranty
This fan shroud is compatible with stock radiator and Mishimoto’s Jeep Wrangler Performance Radiator.This fan shroud is compatible with stock overflow tank and power steering reservoir.Electric fan comes attached to the shroud.Stock plastic fan shroud components must be removed for installation.*Overflow Reservoir Bracket is used for 1997–2006 4 and 6 cylinder applications*Power Steering Bracket 1997–2006 4 cylinder applications
- TECH SPECS
Engine Codes 2.5L I-4 Engine
4.0L I-6 Engine
Chassis Codes YJ
CFM 1850 Also Fits 1987–1995 Jeep Wrangler (YJ)
1997–2006 Jeep Wrangler (TJ)
2004–2006 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited (TJ)
Width 3.5" Length 23.6" Height 18"
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- Q:Is there a Wire diagram for this? I ordered it and don't really understand how to wire it up.A:
Thanks for the message!
Since you would be converting from a mechanical fan to an electrical fan, you would most likely need to run new wiring to the Mishimoto fan for it to work properly. I have provide a link below to an article we created on how to wire up the fan.
In your case, you could have this wired to run at all times, run off a manual switch that you control, or purchase a Mishimoto Adjustable Fan Controller Kit linked below!
Please feel free to contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any additional questions!
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