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post #1 of 4 Old 02-09-2013, 05:41 PM Thread Starter
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Cool clutch fan pain 6.4

anyone tell me the easiest way to get the clutch fan off this truck? i also can"t get the right size nut for the upper fan shroud mounts that go to the engine block?anybody know what size they are? i have been trying air chisel and it will not budge!!!!!!!
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well they're either 13 or 15mm. probably m8x1.25 thread pitch

The clutch fan itself is not easy either, Once you're done fighting the upper shroud out then you have to fight the fan and stator out at once. The stator once loose will be very tight coming out if you leave the cold side cac tube in BUT it will come out without damage.

I ususally loosed the fan clutch from the fan in the vehicle and just pull the stator up enough to get the clutch past the rad.

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Thanks for the info. Got it changed, thank goodness for air chisels and PBS Blaster!!!!
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old thread,but not many out there to talk on...

matt: is there a way to figure out wether it is a 13 or a 15 mm? the univeral from autozone doesn't fit snug, and the wrench that goes on the for bolts to hold the pulley doens't fit either... trying to replace power steering pump.

I'm going to order the tools to be used with an air hammer. but I wana make sure I order the right size...

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