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1995 993 Engine Fan/AntiLoc Light/Alignment Numbers

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Vehicle Information: Year: '95; Body Type: Coupe; Total Mileage: 59k;

I noticed a crack at the base of one of the blades on the engine cooling fan. I searched the sections on this, and I can't find anything. Seems to me that there may be a danger of explosion at speed, or is this common?Also, I just got my car lowered and realigned. I see the specs in Jim Pasha's Excellence rear suspension article, and I have the printout from my alignment; but, I guess I'm having trouble with the number of minutes in a degree and exactly what 1.4 degrees is.Here are my numbers from the Hunter printout: (car lowered to ~EuroSport ~1.2") FR Camber -1.6 degrees RR -1.4 degrees Toe .10 degree .10 degreeTotal Toe .19 Degree The tech said he couldn't get closer to neutral camber with the spring shock set-up.Also, the Hammer said the Anti-loc light (past question to you) was on due to:Return Pump open Circuit/Short to Ground/Short to PositiveThanks againTotal Mileage: 59kCar Use: Street use only

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