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I have a 7 blade fan with the following # stamped in each blade. Does anyone have any idea what this is correct for. Thanks.

C9WE-E
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at a guess I would say its for a 1969 Cougar
 

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I know its for a '69 Cougar, but I would like to know what engine. None of the part ID books I have show it.

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It is for 351W 2V and 4V with extra cooling or A/C installed in Mustang or Cougar.
 

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"I know its for a '69 Cougar"

Sorry:)
 

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That would be a logical answer given the C9W prefix of the casting ID number. Ford used the part number to identify what car line the part was originally designed for. This gave them a way to track engineering budgets. If the same part worked for another application it would not get a new part number.

The brake pedal pad on my 1998 Ford truck has a B8AZ number because it was originally designed for a 1958 Ford. Since it is still being used I would say that engineer did a good job.
 

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Thanks. I was pretty sure it was for a small block; just didn't know which one, 2V or 4V or both.
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