How to Remove a Ford Fan Clutch?

Answer Ford clutch fans have evolved from the fan that attaches to the water pump pulley with four bolts to a fan that attaches to the water pump with a singular large nut. This large nut is directly atta... Read More »

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How to Remove a Ford Clutch Rod?

Henry Ford started the Ford Motor Company with the idea of manufacturing products that would meet the demands of consumers in a changing industrialized world. Henry Ford and 11 business associates ... Read More »

How do I Remove a Ford 300 Six-Cylinder Clutch Fan Nut?

On the Ford 300 six-cylinder engine, the fan clutch nut is screwed onto the water pump by a large retaining nut, which requires a special tool to remove. This tool holds the water pump pulley and t... Read More »

How to Remove a 1999 Ford Mustang Clutch?

In order to be able to change gears in your 1999 Ford Mustang when required, it is important to keep your clutch in the best possible condition. A broken clutch cable will result in you being unabl... Read More »

How to Remove a Fan Clutch in a 1991 Ford Explorer?

The 1991 Ford Explorer uses a fan clutch with a large, left-hand threaded nut that is threaded on the water pump hub. This requires a large wrench and a special tool to hold the hub while the nut i... Read More »