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switching to electric fan

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Old 01-24-2006
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RJ, having your engine size in your sig will help a bunch. I posted a link that shows the 3.0 and 4.0, if you have a different size engine I am unsure. There is a hexagon shaft that looks like it is attached to the water pump pulley. This shaft is removed. Look at the link i posted and see if that is how yours looks.
 
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Thanks. I also have an electric fan installed now and have noticed that my engine warms up quite a bit quicker now. With the michigan weather now, the fan has only come on a couple of times when I am stopped. Much less strain on the engine.
 
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I think I fixed the sig. Thanks.
 
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Does anyone know how to remove the stock fan clutch on a 2003 2.3L??????
 
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