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I was woundering if anybody has had problems with there cluch fan on there trucks causing the truck to over heet. my truck is doing so now and it keeps overheating. Ive changed the thermostat coolant and all that and it keep screwing me over.
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The fan clutch is pretty simple to trouble shoot.

With the engine off and cold (after it has sat overnight), grab the radiator fan and try to spin it.

A good fan clutch will not allow the fan to turn easily.

A worn out fan clutch will allow the fan to spin relatively freely.

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