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Can't get fan clutch off!!!!!!!


Created On Thursday November 02, 2006 17:03 Diesel Talk
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mac55
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How do you get the fan clutch off, I have broke 1 rental wrench, broken 2 pair of channel locks, I know it is a right hand thread!!!!!
I thought the rental tool was the ticket but it broke easier than the channel locks!!!!!
it's a 48mm in size!!!!
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get an air chisel with a point bit and hammer it near a point.... works like a charm
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Do like what was said, use the air chisel. Then a 1 7/8 wrench ground off a little for reinstall. The wrench can be obtained at Harbor Freight cheap.

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