Question about 2000 Chevrolet 2500
The fan clutch is bolted to the water pump with four bolts, and the fan itself bolts to the clutch with four bolts. The easiest is to unbolt the fan clutch from the water pump since the fan may not clear the shroud. Once the four bolts are removed from the water pump the fan should drop down, and you should be able to wiggle it up and out. If not then remove the shroud which should have two bolts on each side. Remove the fan from the clutch, bolt the new clutch on, and do the reverse of removal. Depending on accessories you may have to remove the upper radiator hose but normally you can wiggle the unit out. Do not remove the pulley since this will only add extra work and frustration.
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Posted on Mar 10, 2009
The best way to find out if there is a recall is to call the dealer ship and ask. You will need the V.I.N. so have it handy. It can be located on the inside of the drivers door jamb. But I would say that I doubt very much if there is a recall on this make and model. There could actually be a few different things wrong. From a thermostat issue to a blend door, or blend door motor.
Posted on Dec 11, 2009
Ok, first, you should clear the fault. Sometimes the system will get a bug, and there's not really a problem. You can do this by disconnecting the battery for 10-20 minutes. This will clear any faults. Next, see if the light comes back. If it does, then you can take it to get the codes scanned at a parts store(many do it for free.) Once you get the code and description, you have to troubleshoot the specific system that the code covers. The check engine lights are usually triggered by sensors going bad. On occasion, you will get an actual mechanical failure that will cause one.
Posted on Feb 19, 2010
THE TRUCK DOES NOT HAVE A ELECTRIC FAN RUNNING YOUR RADIATOR IS FINE ... IT RUNS HOT AT RED LIGHTS AND WILL RUN HOT AT A STAND STILL IDLE... THE REASON FOR ALL OF THIS IS THAT THE FAN CLUTCH ENGAGES ONLY WHEN YOU HIT THROTTLE ... INSTALL A ELECTRIC FAN IN FRONT OF YOUR A/C CONDENSER RIG IT WHICH EVER WAY POSSIBLE IT WILL KEEP YOUR TRUCK COOL EVEN IN THE AZ 115 THAT I DEAL WITH EVERYDAY
Posted on Aug 09, 2011
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