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I'm trying to replace the serpine belt on a 2006 F-350 6.0 diesel. There is something between the radiator and fan that will not let the belt come all the way over the fan. Do you know what it is and how to get around? It feels like wires.

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I think what you are asking about is the wiring harness for the thermostatic fan clutch. the harness has a connector that you can unplug.

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