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There is a big nut holding it on probably. I always used a pneumatic clutch fan tool. It is a tool that goes on an air hammer and has a little wrench that goes onto the nut. You just zap the air hammer and it loosens up. good luck without one. You will have to get a wrench big enough for the nut and try to get it off without it turning.
 

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I just replaced the fan clutch on my 2.2l. I used the strap from a ratchet tie down and wrapped it around the pulley from the inside-out. I connected the hook to a solid piece of frame and pulled on the other end of the strap causing the strap to get tighter on the pulley while using a large wrench on the nut. I would assume a strap wrench would work well. The nut comes loose all at once so you might want to determine what your hand is going to slam into.

I sure like the air hammer - wrench concept. I'll have to remember that.

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This thread is 17 years old and dead.
Please start your own thread in the 262/4.3 section.
 
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