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How do you take fan off to get to water pump

I cant get the fan off to get the water pump. So does it unscrew from the water pump cause the water pump pulley just screws on but the fan dont come off, so how does the fan come off so i can get to the water pump.

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    Mike Butler May 11, 2010

    Is there no bolts in center of fan?

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A special fan tool is required to remove the fan from the water pump. Yes it does unscrew. One part of the tool holds the bolts of the pulley while the other part unscrews the large nut on the water pump. Tool rental is available at some auto parts stores.

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