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How to remove fan clutch from water pump 2002 mercury mountaineer

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SOURCE: Remove Fan clutch from water pump? Left or right hand threads?


Posted on Jun 19, 2008

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Get a wrench that fits on the fan clutch. Most auto part stores will have a fan clutch removal tool.

It works the best if you put the wrench onto the fan clutch and then hit it with a hammer in the dirction to take the clutch off. Sometimes it might take multiple tries to break the clutch loose.

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SOURCE: Water Pump Replacement

it is pressed onto water pump..will not come off when you remove fan clutch

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SOURCE: 2002 Yukon water pump replacement

try hitting clutch fan nut three times with bar and hammer and use adjustable wench to turn other wise you will need two tools can borrow from dealer of a parts shop one to wold water pump pully other to turn clutch nut.

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