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Iam tring to take off fan clutch off of ford aerostar 1990 3.0L do you turn f. or r. to take it off

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I feel sure you've finished the job by now, but it screws off backwards...left handed threads.

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I will be driving my 1990 Aerostar down the road and all of sudden it just dies out.

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sounds like the clutch has had it mate.
get it repaired or just get a whole new clutch from ebay

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No you must take the fan clutch and fan off, that's not easy sometimes, usually the fan and clutch are pulled off using a pulling tool before you remove the pump, take it to a machine shop or Auto zone may help pull it. good luck

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