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Ford Mustang Performance Aluminum Radiator Fan Shroud Kit, 1997-2004

Ford Mustang Performance Aluminum Radiator Fan Shroud Kit, 1997-2004
Ford Mustang Performance Aluminum Radiator Fan Shroud Kit, 1997-2004

Regular Price: $265.00

Sale Price $185.50

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  • Direct fit for the 1997–2004 Ford Mustang
  • Fits both stock and Mishimoto radiators
  • Maximizes airflow
  • Includes one fan and all mounting hardware
  • Polished aluminum finish
  • Mishimoto Lifetime Warranty

The Mishimoto Ford Mustang aluminum fan shroud kit will considerably improve engine cooling functions and the overall performance of your vehicle. All Mishimoto fan shrouds are significantly lighter than standard fan shrouds, and are a direct stock fit. A Mishimoto fan shroud will effectively drive out heat from the engine bay and deliver more air to the Mustang performance radiator, while at the same time serving another very important purpose: securing the fan blades. The fan shroud will keep the fan blades in place, which otherwise could potentially damage other essential components in your engine. All Mishimoto aluminum fan shrouds include an adhesive protective strip. This adhesive-backed foam strip seals any remaining gap between the fan shroud and radiator so that the fans are only moving air that has passed through the radiator core as opposed to pulling in air from the engine bay, resulting in improved cooling efficiency.

Mishimoto Automotive (“Mishimoto”) warrants its products under this lifetime limited warranty policy (“Warranty Policy”). This Warranty Policy applies solely to: (i) Mishimoto Products purchased directly from Mishimoto or Mishimoto authorized dealers (each a “Mishimoto Product” and collectively, the “Mishimoto Products”) and (ii) the original purchaser of such Mishimoto Product (“Purchaser”). This Warranty Policy is non-transferable and all claims under this Warranty Policy must be accompanied by the original sales receipt. The terms and conditions of this Warranty Policy are subject to change by Mishimoto at any time without notice.

For our complete warranty policy, please click here.

TECH SPECS

Note Compatible with OEM and Mishimoto Radiators.

Fans may require additional wiring.

CFM 1300

Chassis Codes SN-95

Engine Codes 289ci (4.6L)

Also Fits 1997-2001 Ford Mustang Cobra
2001 Ford Mustang Bullitt
2003-2004 Ford Mustang Mach 1

Mounting Hardware (4) M6X20 Screws
(2) M6X16 Screws
(4) M6 Nuts
(10) M6 Plain Cushions
(10) M6 Elastic Cushions

Purchase Includes (1) Aluminum Fan Shroud
(1) 14" Slim Electric Fan
Mishimoto Lifetime Warranty

Width 3.5"

Length 28.8"

Height 16.5"

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Q:
I bought a fan for my 2004 mustang how do i connect the wiring on the fan the fan has a blue and black but the car has 3 wires a black red and Orange
BY:arturo baca | Aug 23, 2016
A:

Arturo,

Thanks for the message!

The fan which is attached to the 97-04 Ford Mustang Performance Aluminum Radiator Fan Shroud Kit is considered universal and will need to be wired into your vehicle to operate. We have developed a fan wiring guide that will be able to help you convert fan from a 3 wire to a 2 wire connection. The url has been provided below. You can either click on this link, or copy and paste the url into your web browser.

In short, your Mustang has a dual speed fan with two positive wires and one negative. The positive wires will be twisted together and attached to the positive (blue) Mishimoto wire. The remaining negative wire from the harness will connect to the negative (black) Mishimoto wire.

Many customers elect to cut the plug off the factory fan they are removing from the vehicle, rather than cutting into the body harness. This will allow you to plug in the fan just as if it were stock.

http://mishihd.com/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/8/8/fan-wiring-universal

Please feel free to contact us directly at support@mishimoto.com if you have any additional questions!

Thanks,
Pat M

BY:Pat Muschamp (Admin) | Aug 23, 2016

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