I was looking at a V8 Lincoln LS today and I noticed it had a power steering fluid reservoir on the driver side and an identical container on the other side, with a pictograph of a fan. I thought it was coolant, though it was strange it was the same type of container as the power steering. Then I seen the pressure tank against the firewall on the driver side. So I look closer and the large hose is connected to a power steering pump. I jumped to the other side and found another power steering pump! Really curious, I trace out the hoses on the 'fan' pump and it does exactly what it says on the tin; run the cooling fan. Im going; What. How does this make sense? This level of added complication to. run. the. fan. I even seen the outlet from the fan wrapped around to the front of the radiator. I couldnt confirm, but I could only imagine one reason for the fluid to go the long way around the radiator before returning to the reservoir; it needs to be cooled. My brain locked up and went home. Any good reasons for this contraption? I need one so I can get my brain back.