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SOURCE: How do I remove the fan assembly from the water

You must loosen the large nut on back of the fan clutch, very possible this is left hand thread turnclockwise to loosen.

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SOURCE: MY 2003 CHEVY SUBURBAN won't crank,showup on the

bad instrument cluster to reset oil light key on press gas pedal 3 times to floor in 5 seconds

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SOURCE: Changing CO2 Sensor on 2003 Chevy Suburban

check the whole exaust sestyem? there should be 4to5

Posted on Mar 19, 2009

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SOURCE: Trying to find the fuel pump FUSE.

There is no fuse specifically dedicated to the fuel pump on this year and model of Suburban. This Suburban is equipped with dual tanks and as such has two relay switches, primary and secondary, both of which are located at the main fuse box in the engine bay, that power up the respective fuel pumps.

The closest fuse (15A) controlling either of these relays also powers up the main control module (located beside and below the main fuse box). So, if one needs to disconnect the fuel pumps from functioning, then the only effective method is to disconnect the fuel pump relays.

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There is no fuse specifically dedicated to the fuel pump on this year and model of Suburban. This Suburban is equipped with dual tanks and as such has two relay switches, primary and secondary, both of which are located at the main fuse box in the engine bay, that power up the respective fuel pumps.

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How do I remove the fan assembly from the water pump on a 2003 chevy suburban?


You'll need a clutch fan wrench. It's a thin, large open end wrench that is available at most part stores. Place the tool over the large bolt that holds the clutch fan to the water pump and give it a quick hit similating an impact gun. You may have to do this a couple of times, but the clutch fan will come loose and simply unscrew it.

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