Reviewed By Aaron S (SEATTLE, WA) Reviewed for a 2000 Honda Civic —7/20/2016 11:55 AM
Very nice solid construction with good welds and a shiny appearance. Installs with ease is a good upgrade for any car.
Reviewed By Michael M (Rensselaer, NY) Reviewed for a 1999 Mercury Sable —7/3/2016 7:24 PM
I needed a coolant reservoir for my 1999 Mercury Sable Wagon. I called around at my local auto part stores. Was able to find one store but they couldn't have it until the next day and $10. more then what Auto Anything had it for. I ordered this part on Thursday evening and the order was sent out Friday and I received it on Monday. The packaging was great and it went in the car with ease! When I need parts in future I definitely check Auto Anything first! Thank you!??
Reviewed By Eric S (Bothell, WA) Reviewed for a 1958 Chevy Impala —6/30/2016 2:59 PM
I just recently purchased and installed this cooling fan, I found it to be quiet as I cannot hear it when sitting in my car just idleing or driving, however, the mounting kit. Leaves a bit to be desired, the concept is good but the little locking tabs that push on over the plastic cable doesn't always lock into place, I had to modify one using a regular plastic tie which works better than the kit ones itself, other than that, great fan.
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