How to Remove a Fan Clutch?

Answer An engine fan cools the antifreeze in the radiator by creating a low pressure system behind the radiator. Because high air pressure moves towards low air pressure, the fan causes air to pass throug... Read More »

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How to Remove the Clutch on a CRF 100?

Honda's CRF100F is a robust motocross-inspired dirt bike that was intended to be an entry-level machine. While it was built to withstand the harsh riding conditions found on a motocross track, th... Read More »

How to Remove a Chevy 4.8L Fan Clutch?

Mounted on the front of the Chevrolet 4.8l engine--found often on Chevrolet trucks--right off of the water pump pulley, is the fan clutch and engine cooling fan. When it comes time to replace the w... Read More »

How to Remove a Powerstroke Fan Clutch?

The Powerstroke motor is found in Ford pickups, and has a fan clutch mounted on the front of the engine that engages the cooling fan. The fan clutch can break, and if it does, then the engine will ... Read More »

How to Remove a Chevy Fan Clutch?

The fan clutch on your Chevy helps the cooling fan blow air through the radiator and over the engine, thus helping the water pump and radiator to control engine temperature. However, a worn out or ... Read More »