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The fan will not come off of the water pump, what do I do?

I am having difficulty getting the fan off of the water pump, did the heat sear the fan shroud to it??? How di I get it off??

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This is rust build up. use a soft lead hammer or, wooden mallet to force it to break away from the water pump.

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