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Fan blades broke

How do i dissassemble the fan cluth to replace the plastic fan blade

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Dis-connect the negative battery cable
remove the upper fan shroud
use a large cresent wrench and place it on the nut just behind the fan and unbolt it
reverse to install new one.

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