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I have a 07 Mack CXN 613 & the fan clutch won't shut off . I have 3.4v to ground side of the clutch fan connecter cause everything checks out good. It has a Horton electric/air clutch . HELP!!!!!!!


replace either the solenoid for the air valve or the air valve as you are still getting air pressure to the clutch
While that may not seem important, it is to be considered that if the clutch is not getting full air pressure to keep fully engaged, it will slip at any thing less and that will burn out the clutch facings in the long run
there are manuals for horton fan clutches so go google and type in --workshop manual for horton fan clutch ( model)---and see if there is a pdf version for down load

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Daf 45 1992 overheating


If the over heating is occurring at idle at lights , long slow pulls under load, slow moving traffic, I would be investigating the fan drive system. If it is a viscous fan hub I would have it replaced. If it is a horton fan clutch ( air controlled ) system I would be looking at the clutch and control for the air. Other than that, pressure test for coolant leaks, check for over fuelling ( turbo not working properly) and a compression test to check for gaskets and cracked head

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little part on back of motor 75 to 175 part price must be chang just driving and it stoped would not start or lost almost all power just will pull out sound like you deal

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What is the lowest cranking amps this car requires for this car?


It needs 175-200 amps to crank over the starter, but more required the longer it cranks. I wouldn't recommend a battery with less than 500CCA (cold cranking amperage) rating.

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2004 mazda 6 3.0L V6 main bearing caps(bootom end) has 16 bolts need torgue specs please!


Okay, the main bearing caps only have 10 bolts, i think your looking for the connecting rod caps, they have 16 bolts, i will list them both, theres a tightening sequnce for the main bearing caps, these are the caps that hold the crankshaft to the engine block, the connecting rod caps hold the pistons to the crank and they have 16 nuts,For a 2004 mazda 6 with the 3.0 engine the torque specs are as follows.
Connecting rod bolts step 1) 19.2 - 23.6 ft lbs.
step 2) tighten an additional 80 - 100 degrees

Main bearing caps step 1) 32.5 - 33.9 ft. lbs.
step 2) tighten an additional 175 -185 degrees.
heres a diagram for main caps to tighten in order.
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Need to know the compression for a 3.1 Liter V6 engine (1996 Grand Prix)


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