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|Bolt Hole Quantity, Engine Side:||4|
|Fan Bolt Circle:||3.25 in|
|Fan Mount Height:||1.25 in|
|Mounting Bolt Hole Size:||1 in|
|Mounting Hardware Included:||No|
|Overall Height:||3.265 in|
|Pilot Depth:||0.70 in|
|Pilot Shaft Diameter/Thread Size:||1.5 in|
|Shaft Nut Size:||1.44 in|
|Thread Size:||1.5 in|
|Use Type:||SEVERE DUTY|
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Comments about CARQUEST Fan Clutch - Severe Duty - Ford:
Installed this fan clutch on my personal truck and of course it's the only one advanced carries, it's a serve duty clutch which means it's engaged 80% of the time. While driving down the highway or just driving down the road the fan is engaged and sounds as if my ranger has become a semi truck. The clutch would be fine if my truck sat at idle for periods of time but it doesn't. I don't need this excessive noise. I would never put this product on my vehicle again. DO NOT BUY
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Q:How can you tell when a fan clutch has gone bad.
A:Any fluid leakage means it is shot, they can seize solid. That's the "sounds like an airplane" way, they can fail to engage. Engine overheats, with the clutch firmly bolted to the water pump; any fore after play in the fan blades means the bearings are shot. This often happens before the bearings lock up. If the thing craps out the bearings badly enough, the fan goes through the radiator.