Fan Clutch - Non-Thermal
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Fan Clutch - Non-Thermal
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CARQUEST Fan Clutch - Non-Thermal

Part No. 211026 Warranty Details  

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The fan clutch is the component of the cooling system that varies the fan speed to meet the cooling needs of the engine. The fan clutch provides high airflow volume and, by only operating the fan as needed, promotes good fuel economy. CARQUEST fan clutches are designed to meet OE performance specifications.

Product Features:
  • CARQUEST Premium Fan Clutch
  • Non-thermal
  • Designed, tested and built by application
  • OE performance, fit and appearance
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Bolt Hole Quantity, Engine Side:4
Fan Bolt Circle:3.25 in
Fan Mount Height:1.75 in
Heavy Duty:No
Mounting Bolt Hole Size:0.3125 in
Mounting Hardware Included:No
O.E.M. Replacement:No
Overall Diameter:7.20
Overall Height:3.33 in
Pilot Depth:1.03 in
Pilot Shaft Diameter/Thread Size:0.63 in
Rotation:STD and REV
Shaft Size:2.59 in
Thread Size:0.63 in

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  • Q:

    what is the difference between a thermal clutch and a non thermal clutch fan
    Asked on 12/19/2010 by Anonymous

    1 answer



      The non-thermal fan clutches operate based on the water pump shaft speed and the thermal clutch responds based on temperature changes within the engine bay

      Answered on 12/20/2010 by David the Dynamite Parts Guy from AAP
  • Q:

    How can you tell if you have a bad fan clutch.
    Asked on 6/10/2010 by Jason from Summerville SC

    1 answer



      If the fan does not engage then you could have a bad fan clutch, or if your fan will not disengage you may have a bad fan clutch.

      Answered on 6/11/2010 by Kevin from AAP
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