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I wish to remove the fan impeller to clean behind it but the bolt is not budging & I don't want to damage it. I am assuming it's a normal LH thread to undo the bolt but could it be a RH thread?

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I read something yesterday about removing the radiator fan blades. I think they said the nuts do turn the opposite way.

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