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Old 04-28-2017, 04:23 PM   #1
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For Sale:Bosch Cooling Fan Control Module

I have a Bosch Cooling Fan Control Module (1 137 328 115) that works on E46s.
It is a Gen 2 type (latest) from a 2003 Ford Crown Victoria.
It has no signs of corrosion and has tested out ok on my 2001.

This should work well, if you have a 2001 to 2006 E46 (manjual or automatic) with a Bosch setup and your shroud and fan are good. This did not work for me because my car has a very early Siemens type shroud and fan.

Price is $50 (what I paid) plus actual shipping. If you want a Bosch motor you can have that too - but as I understand it they dont usually fail.

See these threads for information that I found really useful:
How to Trouble Shoot (test) Radiator Electric Fan
Hardwiring aux pusher fan help


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