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Fan catching bottom pulley

1997 mitsubushi shogun i am a dizzy female my shogun started to make a bad noise on looking the fan is catching the bottom pulley any help on what might be wrong would be apprieatated would be welcome

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Bottom pulley has failed. Do not run vehicle until a mechanic has viewed it as total failure/collapse will result in major repairs and expense!

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Fan Clutch is Bad Or Water pump See Where the Movement is coming from Pull up & Down on it to Determine.
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