Question about 1999 Ford Explorer
There are some special wrenches for removing this part. They can be borrowed from Autozone with a deposit. You need to be able to hold the bearing on one side to get the nut off the other. Then there are 4 bolts.
Most people remove the shroud for more clearance. Apparently the nut can be formidable. Sometimes it has to be soaked in a rust remover and hit with a hammer and chisel to break loose. You may want to buy the replacement part first to check out the threads.
I understand it may be necessary to use a 12" crescent wrench to drive the clutch off the pump. Be careful to protect the radiator with cardboard or some cover in case you launch parts.
Posted on Apr 23, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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