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Fan removell do you have to hold the big nut between the fan and belt pully?

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The big nut is part of the fan it threads on to the water pump. To remove loosen two of the pulley bolts put a pry bar between these two bolts the use a large wrench on the big nut to thread the fan off the pump. righty tighty, lefty loosey. They also make tools for removing the fan clutch.

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