Question about 1994 Dodge Spirit
The fan is electric and does not have a fan belt.
Posted on Mar 05, 2009
For all you folks that have vehicles with Serpentine Belts driving the accessories such as: Water Pumps, Power Steering Pumps, A/C Compressors and Alternators, do not call it a Fan Belt when almost all passenger vehicles have Electric Fans with Transverse Mounted Engines. All Serpentine Belt equipped vehicles utilize a Spring Loaded Tensioner to keep the belt within its design operating range.
The term "FAN BELT" is just about obsolete except on Big Trucks. It originally drove the Water Pump and Generator. The Fan was bolted to the Water Pumps Fan Hub which was press fit to the Water Pump Shaft. With the advent of Transverse Mounted Engines the Water Pump is still located on the end of the Engine. The Radiator is located out in Front of the engine and the Cooling Fan is attached to the Radiator Shroud and Electrically driven.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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