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Old 04-11-2012, 06:59 PM   #1
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Default need instructions on how to replace clutch fan

Does anyone have detail instructions on how to replace the clutch fan with a electric fan? I hear you can ues a fan out of taurus or crown vic. What type of new fans could you buy? How would you hook the fan up to a really and sensor? What type of hardware do you use the mount the fan?
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I know I have seen a couple of write ups on here. Have you tried doing a search for it? It should come up with something for you to work off.
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try a chiltons or haynes manual
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Loosen the fan shroud, remove the nuts from the studs where the clutch attaches to the pulley. Lift up/out from the top the old clutch with fan and fan shroud all together. Remove fan from old clutch and attach fan to new clutch. Place the fan inside the shroud and lower shroud/fan/clutch into position. Re-attach clutch to the pulley studs and re-attach shroud.
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Loosen the fan shroud, remove the nuts from the studs where the clutch attaches to the pulley. Lift up/out from the top the old clutch with fan and fan shroud all together. Remove fan from old clutch and attach fan to new clutch. Place the fan inside the shroud and lower shroud/fan/clutch into position. Re-attach clutch to the pulley studs and re-attach shroud.
^ what he said
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I forgot to add that a 3rd hand really helps but it can be done with 2 hands. LOL
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Did any of you read the post?
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Good call, and I'll be switched......oh well.
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