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|Bolt Hole Quantity, Engine Side:||4|
|Fan Bolt Circle:||3 in|
|Fan Mount Height:||3.31 in|
|Mounting Bolt Hole Size:||0.3125 in|
|Mounting Hardware Included:||No|
|Overall Height:||3.31 in|
|Pilot Depth:||0.75 in|
|Pilot Shaft Diameter/Thread Size:||0.63 in|
|Rotation:||STD & REV|
|Shaft Size:||2.325 in|
|Thread Size:||0.63 in|
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Q:how can you tell if the fan clutch is not working
A:With the engine off, a mechanical fan will move freely by hand if the clutch is bad. Some movement is normal but free spinning fans are a good indicator the fan clutch is bad.
A:If the fan is not engaging or if the fan will not disengage.
Q:What is the difference between thermal and nonthermal fan clutch
A:thermal clutch- The fan speed is controlled by the temp of the air coming off the radiator.
A:Thermal fan clutches have thermal grease inside that has to be set for the clutch to work properly. You can set the grease that is inside of it in its proper place by sitting in park and with the engine running, raising the engine rpm to about 1200 rpm for a few minutes or until the noise goes away. Non-thermal fan clutches do not have this.