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Im trying to take off the fan behind my raditor. what is the best way to do this? i removed the raditor and need to replace the fan now...

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You will need a fan clutch tool or a large adjustable wrench. Some fans have reverse threads (ie: right = loosen, left = tighten) so take a look at the threads on the new fan to make sure your turning the fan the correct way. Keep the serpentine belt on to help stop the water pump from turning. There is a tool to stop the water pump from turning while removing the fan clutch. But usually a large clamp or pry bad used cautiously can do the trick. It wasn't necessary to remove the radiator to replace the fan.

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