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Old 12-22-2007, 08:49 AM
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Smile 96 7.3 PSD Fan Removal

Hey all,

So on my 96 does the Fan Removal have standard threads or non-standard ?
So is it Left to loosen or is it Right to loosen ?

Trying to be sure my old man is doing it right ?

Thx for the help!


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Old 12-22-2007, 11:49 PM
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Well the way I remember is when the motor is running it tightens the threads. The pump is the male side and fan is female. If you had a wrench on the pump side from the top it would need to be turned toward the drivers side. Wrench on the fan from the top would go to the passenger side turning the fan so it would blow the wrong way.

How was that for a long way to say it?lol

I use an air hammer with a center punch to pull them and they come right off. Or you can buy or make a wrench set for it. They are thin and the one for the pump fits around all 4 pulley bolts. Hope that helps.
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