Engine cooling fan
What does an engine fan do?
The engine cooling fan moves air through the radiator when the vehicle is stationary or moving at a slow speed. The air flow removes heat from coolant, supporting the engine’s temperature management. Usually located at the front of the vehicle, either in front of or behind the radiator, the engine fan is part of a car’s fan system. The fan system also includes the fan support and fan motor.
Valeo: engine cooling fan solutions
As an industry leader in engine cooling management, Valeo offers a wide range of cooling fan solutions from complete fan systems right down to individual fans. Valeo engine fans incorporate patented aerodynamic blade designs and are tested to Original Equipment (O.E.) car manufacturer standards.
7 more reasons to choose Valeo fans:
- Original fan designs respected
- Years of experience working with major car makers
- A wide and growing range
- Rapid aftermarket availability for latest model vehicles
- High temperature and vibration resistant materials
- Easy identification with the traceability label
- Quality user-friendly packaging
The complete engine fan system should generally be replaced after a crash. Other reasons for replacement include vibration, engine noise, engine overheating and air-conditioning problems.