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Default Suzuki Grand Vitara V6 Clutch Fan Assembly???

My Daughters Suzuki Grand Vitara is now in need of a new Cooling Fan. The Stock plastic fan that bolts to the clutch is cracking very seriously. I am worried that she may burst apart and cause serious damage. I cannot locate one been looking. I may have to re invent the wheel and install an electric fan that turns on with the temperature thermostat. Anyone had this issue?
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What year? Which engine? What is your location?
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Default After using a little research...

I moved you to this newer model section assuming that you a working on the same 2000 GV as previously reported.

So.....

https://monsterfactoryparts.com/part...iagram=1411035



Other blade sources are available from the top FAQ thread.

Even e-Bay;
https://www.ebay.com/i/133004380519?...b6f407ffec9098

There is also a link to installing electric fans found in the FAQ.
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