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Old 12-12-2011, 04:29 PM
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Cool Getting DTC Code PO528 Fan speed sensor

Getting DTC Code PO528 Fan speed sensor circ no signal.
Was thinking maybe why it got a little warm towwing this past summer on some uphill grades ,needs new sensor????
Where would this be and any help much thanks.
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Old 12-12-2011, 04:30 PM
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needs new clutch. and they are not cheap. check to make sure the harness is plugged in and hasnt been wiped out by the fan.
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needs new clutch. and they are not cheap. check to make sure the harness is plugged in and hasnt been wiped out by the fan.
I'll check that out, I'd think it says sensor thats all it would be ,didn't know thoose fans had a clutch???
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I'll check that out, I'd think it says sensor thats all it would be ,didn't know thoose fans had a clutch???
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I had that problem and it wasn't the sensor it was the clutch,it would do it going up hills last summer replaced it and fix that problem. if it has any tiny play at all it means your clutch is starting to go bad.
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I had that problem and it wasn't the sensor it was the clutch,it would do it going up hills last summer replaced it and fix that problem. if it has any tiny play at all it means your clutch is starting to go bad.
How much trouble is it to change out ????
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very easy. providing you have the right tools.
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How much trouble is it to change out ????
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take your time,is fairly ez about the middle of the radiator you can see where the shroud needs to be cut so you can take the upper part and the lower part out but no to worry you can use a couple of small screws in each side to put it back together, I use a 18 inch pipe wrench for the Nut and a pry bar to hold the water pump cover from spinning............ or you can rent the fancy tools from an auto parts store, I prefer the pipe wrench.........
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This link is for doing the water pump removal, but you'll get the idea on what's involved.
Write up: 6.0 water pump removal w/pics
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