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E36 M3 (1992-1999) {Euro - S50 B32 321hp @ 7400 rpm} {U.S. - S52 B32 240 hp @ 6000 rpm}
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Old Tue, May-25-2010, 03:25:05 AM   #1
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Default Electric fan that sits in front of the radiator fell off...

Just checked realoem.com with no luck...

The fan fell off, but is still in good shape. Looks like the hardware/clip that held it on has rusted off. Anyone have a part number for the clip?
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Is it a single clip? I thought it was held on by four bolts and nuts.
part numbers 07119916949, 63171368008
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Is it a single clip? I thought it was held on by four bolts and nuts.
part numbers 07119916949, 63171368008
You're thinking of the shroud itself. The blade is held in place by a C-Clip
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You're thinking of the shroud itself. The blade is held in place by a C-Clip
Yeah I'm just talking about the fan blades...not the whole shroud/unit. Do you have a part number or no where I can get the C clip? Thanks!
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Anyone?
I searched on realoem and couldn't find one because it looks like when you buy the fan itself it comes with the shroud. I think your best bet would be to call up a dealership and see if they can help (or ask another member on the forum who is parting out their car)
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Is the C clip something you could find at ace hardware?
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Is the C clip something you could find at ace hardware?
possibly but I wouldn't count on it. Seems like it would be much easier to just PM someone parting out their car
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possibly but I wouldn't count on it. Seems like it would be much easier to just PM someone parting out their car
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Any decently equipped hardware store will have a retaining clip that will work. If I were parting out my car, I would much rather sell a complete aux fan assembly for $50 than sell a 35 cent clip and then try to sell individual components from the aux fan.
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