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I am trying to remove my radiator fan to replace it with an electric fan but am having a difficult time removing the fan and clutch assembly. Does any one know how to remove this, and give me some kind of instructions?
Thanks in advance for any help
__________________ MINE 2007.5 dually somewhat stock HERS 2001 2WD 2500 auto... it has a grid heater delete
My fan and clutch were broken by a stick that floated in between the fan shroud and the fan,the dealer wanted 600.00 for the repair, I found this article and did ude a air chisel to crack the nut in 2.
www truckinweb.com and in the search box type in "electric horsepower"
Last edited by Cigar101; 11-02-2008 at 09:12 AM.
Reason: wrong url
Threads are right hand and you need to borrow or buy a fan clutch tool. Nothing more than a real flat wrench. If you buy one, run a couple beads so it doesn't spread open. Also need to remove the shroud with it. Going to be a man job.
__________________ 06 QCSB SLT
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