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How can i tell if the clutch fan is going bad on my 95 surburban

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Turn off warm engine .. Fan should stop turning in 3 seconds!.. Need a helper to test.

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Main indications are oil leaks at the hub bearing, loose hub on the shaft, engine temp rising at stop lights , in slow traffic or with high engine rpms ( going up hill in low gear
if the temp rises when stationary but cools down when road speed is achieved then the hub is faulty

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SOURCE: How to tell if u have a bad clutch on a 95 Toyota

while changing gears specially from 2nd to 3rd if you get a sound like something is stuck then your clutch plate is worn and needs to be changed

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