How to properly install an exhaust fan
By Jim LeveyPublished June 21, 2018 3:38PMThe exhaust fan that keeps your car from being smelly is an important component of the exhaust system.
But what happens when you want to remove it and what to do with the parts?
If you want a better exhaust system, the good news is you can install an adjustable exhaust fan and replace the fan yourself.
Remove the hood and tailgate2.
Cut a piece of plywood out of the underside of the hood3.
Drill a hole through the plywood to install a fan4.
Cut an adjustable length of PVC pipe out of a nearby wall5.
Insert the PVC pipe into the PVC tube to attach the fan6.
Remove and install a standard-sized 3/8″ (1.25 cm) hole7.
Remove a piece from the roof of the vehicle and attach it to the PVC conduit8.
Connect the PVC hose to the exhaust fan.9.
Install a bracket to hold the fan securely.
The fan is the main part of the intake system and it will provide an extra level of airflow.
When you remove the hood or tailgate, you’ll notice that the exhaust fans are in a slightly different location on the vehicle.
This means you need to remove the fan to install it.
To install the exhaust exhaust fan yourself, you will need to take out a piece or two of plywoods and drill a hole in the underside to attach it.
This allows the fan in the area where it’s attached to the body of the car.
You’ll then drill a piece out of wood or PVC pipe to attach this piece to the fan.
The exhaust fans used in modern cars come in three types: standard, adjustable, and variable.
If you’ve been following the installation process of the Ford Focus, you know that the standard exhaust fan is a standard piece of wood and the adjustable exhaust fans come in two different sizes: standard and adjustable.
The variable exhaust fan will be different, so check the manufacturer’s site for more information.
To remove the front and rear diffuser, you first need to open up the rear diffusing vent.
Pull out the rear window, and then remove the vent cover.
You should be able to pull the vent up and away from the rear of the diffuser.
Next, you can pull out the side windows.
This is where you can remove the diffusing window cover and install an adjusted exhaust fan for better airflow.
You will need an adjustable fan, as it’s a little bit heavier than a standard fan.
Now, open up and pull out two of the back windows and install the adjustable fan on the inside of each window.
To get a good fit, use a pair of tweezers or a screwdriver to gently pull the fan out of each of the rear windows.
You might want to use some heat-shrink tubing or rubber bands to help secure the fan before installing it.
Once you have a good fitting fan, remove the ducting and put it in place.
To install a fixed exhaust fan on your Mustang, you should follow the manufacturer instructions for installing a standard exhaust vent.
If the manufacturer does not provide instructions for adjusting the exhaust vent, you must follow the instructions provided by your car manufacturer.