So what would a guy like me do, if the nice, 23 year old Mustang he bought recently, had first-year mechanical "improvements" he disliked? Change them! Ford used an electric cooling fan for the engine beginning in '94. I could accept that, but not the way they did it. 2 speeds, run by the computer, danced the temperature gauge up and down all the time. The earlier, mechanical clutch-type fan was much more consistent in maintaining constant temperature. Also, the coolant reservoir was humongous, 5 times the actual size needed. The fan and reservoir look like this, after I ripped them out: The new fan and clutch, lying on the workbench: And the fan installed on the engine. It worked out much to my satisfaction. In order to complete this transformation, the Antilock Brake System Module, support bracketry, and an A/C tube had to be moved.