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2000-2000 Nissan Maxima Radiator Cooling Fan Assembly (OEM #B1481-5U002)

Fits: 00 2000
 
B1481-5U002
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YOUR DISCOUNT PRICE: $81.95
Dealer Price: $367.54
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 Notes Dual Fan Assy; Includes Motors/blades/shroud
 PartsLink #  NI3115113
 Reference #  11121
 Replacement OEM #   B1481-5U002
B14815U002
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 Other Supplier Part #s DEPO #: 315-55018-000
»  All products are brand new, NOT used or refurbished
»  Easy to install - just bolt it right on and connect it
»  Packaging is secure to prevent shipping damage
»  As good as or better than the original OEM part
»  High-quality motors produce better air flow
»  Made to fit just like the original part

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Wesley Keyson
Wesley Keyson

Just wanted you to know that I was pleasantly surprised with my "Go-Parts" experience. I rarely buy online, and now that I'm older, I rarely work on my car. Recently, though, I could hear the bearing going out on the radiator cooling fan on my 2006 PT Cruiser. I finally decided to fix it myself. I'm glad I did. After buying a repair manual, I could see the repair would be a bit challenging. The auto parts store at the corner was asking over $200 for the part, and I'm sure the dealer would be asking well over $350. Add in labor and all the other extras they would want to charge me for (drain and flush radiator, etc.) and I anticipated the dealer charging over $600. I needed the part soon--it was getting pretty noisy and decided to quit driving the car on Wednesday. I ordered the part on Thursday afternoon. FedEx delivered it on Saturday morning. Perfect! With delivery, the fan cost me just over $100 from Go-Parts. By Saturday evening, I was back on the road. The experience could not have been any better. Unfortunately, I didn't find the flyer about making a video until after I was done! Probably just as well--I had a lot to learn. (o: I'm glad you're interested in customer satisfaction. It is the key to a successful business. Best regards, Wes Keyson Orangevale, CA

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With its roots steaming from the Datsun 810, the Nissan Maxima made its first appearance in 1976, with the first official production year in 1977. The Japanese automaker was interested in establishing a sedan-class model that could propel the brand. Though the Maxima name was not applied to the line until 1981, the model itself was available in the marketplace for years prior. Nissan had already enjoyed some moderate success with the release of the 6-cylinder “Bluebird” (known in the US marketplace as the Datsun 810), it wasn't until the title of Maxima was designated to the model that things really began to take off.

Very cheap which is a great thing
5 / 5 stars
Written by: Veeh
2014-04-10

Average Rating: 5 of 5 stars
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