What is the difference between cooling fan and radiator fan?

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  • Faizatul Saat
    The radiator fan (or fans) pulls cooling air through the car's radiator. Positioned between the radiator and engine, cooling fans are particularly helpful when the car is stationary or moving at speeds too slow to force air through the grille.
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    2. Install the four-terminal relay to a solid mounting location as close to the radiator as possible. ...
    3. Attach a spade-end crimp to one end of a 16-gauge wire.
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