Nov 28, 2005 · On my 97 K1500, I am in the process of replacing my water pump at 100,000 miles. Not bad! However, for the life of me I cannot loosen the fan clutch. Ive used my large crescent wrench and tried different approaches to preventing the water pump pulley from turning to no avail.
Remove the fan hub nut from the water pump in a counterclockwise rotation. Lay the fan blade face down on a workbench. Remove the fan clutch bolts from the rear of the fan blade, if necessary. Separate the fan clutch from the fan blade.
Oct 29, 2014 · Loosen the fan clutch with wrench and rotate the fan, shroud and clutch assembly counterclockwise and carefully disentangle them from the pump. Then unmount the fan drive belt. Step 4 - Remove water pump assembly
I'm having major problems removing a fan clutch from a 2000 Chevy Blazer so I can access and replace the water pump. I've been working for a day and a half, still no luck. I've tried strap wrenchs, and the guys at the major auto part stores can't seem to give me the right tools or advice.
1929-32 Clutch Throw out Bearing --Carbon in holder EA 125.00 1929-36 Clutch Throw out Bearing Retainer Clip EA 8.00 pair 1925-28 Clutch Throw Out Bearing -- Ball Bearing Type EA 115.00 1925-26 Clutch Throw out Collar Series K,M,R,V,X N.O.S. EA 45.00 1927-28 Clutch Throw out Collar Series C, N w/ Carbon (346808 & 348498) EA 125.00
Although this is a case study of a 2003 Chevy Express Van (with a 6.0L) that belongs to a buddy of mine (Oscar), you can apply the testing tips and info to any thermal fan clutch equipped vehicle. So, whether you're driving a GM 4.3L, 4.8L, 5.0L, 5.3L, 5.7L, or any Ford, Chrysler vehicle, etc., this info will help you.
1969 chevrolet camaro fan clutch - new oem factory looking/non universal (gm #4939899 - 2.75" from mounting plate to edge of clutch, 2 1/8" outer hole to hole on water pump, 3.25" outer hole to outer hole for fan & 6" diameter)