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Hey Is there a way to put extra fan on the front of raditor?

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I live in California and it so hot these days that I can't feel the coolness of my air conditioner. so I am asking if there is a way to put an extra fan in front of the radiator to keep it cool.

if so does anyone know place near to the northern cali can do it ?
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That'll not help your a/c one speck. (Unless your temp. gauge is saying it's running too hot, and your cooling fan is not doing its job), even still, the a/c is a totally separate entity than your cooling system. Best thing you can do is bring it to a competent a/c technician for a freon charge, or whatever else it may need in that department.
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He talking about mounting a fan in front of the condesner (part of the A/C system). I do agree that it wouldn't accomplish anything as the existing fans do a more than adequate job of pulling air through both the condenser and the radiator. I live in Southern California; you know how the weather gets here. I run my A/C on the lowest fan setting even in 100+ days. Have your system checked.

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The problem is in the A/C system.

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