Obviously, you bought your K15/K1500 Suburban because you knew that you wanted performance and great value both rolled up into one vehicle. The vehicle in your driveway is head and shoulders above the rest when it comes to all the vehicles these days. GMC automobile enthusiasts have come to expect a certain level of dependability when driving their K15/K1500 Suburban around town. When your GMC K15/K1500 Suburban rolled off the assembly line, it was destined for a person with discerning taste who wants longevity in their automobile.
It requires a certain synergy - a need for many cooling components on your GMC K15/K1500 Suburban working in concert - to maintain constant engine temperature, and when one stops working your engine is in trouble. A very important one is the cooling fan assembly, and it will kick on after a temperature sensor detects the coolant is getting too hot. Most of the time your GMC K15/K1500 Suburban cooling fan assembly turns on suddenly is when your car or truck is not traveling fast; this is because there is not enough airflow into the radiator to lower the coolant temperature. While the cooling fan is running it is sucking air from in front of the radiator through its fins, the temperature of the coolant inside the core lowers and it re-enters the engine.
Bring your K15/K1500 Suburban back to life with the best new or rebuilt parts from the experts at Car Parts Discount. Buying new GMC parts from www.carpartsdiscount.com means you are taking advantage of the highest quality original and aftermarket replacement K15/K1500 Suburban parts on the internet. At Car Parts Discount, we have live customer service members available with enough expertise to help you buy the correct GMC K15/K1500 Suburban part for your needs. All the GMC K15/K1500 Suburban Cooling Fan Assembly parts on this page will fit vehicles made in 1967. Choose your year below to refine your search.