Question about Lincoln Continental
The fan clutch is held on with the large nut that spins with the fan. You have to turn it counter clock wise to loosen it.The four bolts just hold the pulley on. Make sure the belt is still on to keep some tension on the pulley. You'll either have to get the wrench made to remove it, or give it one good shot downward on the passenger's side with a LONG punch or chisel. Then spin it off by hand. Please rate my assistance and thanks for using Fixya.
Posted on Mar 27, 2011
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