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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 04-12-2010, 01:59 AM Thread Starter
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I bought my 96 and apparently when they put the new water pump on the did tighten the pulley bolt all the way down and they came out. I have try t put them in with the fan on and no luck. My question is how do you get the fan off, do i have to buy special wrenches?? Anyone else ever had to do anything like this?

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Re: Fan removal....

I'm a little confused, Are the bolts still in the pulley. But yes you can rent the two wrenches at auto zone.

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Re: Fan removal....

nope bolts backed all the way out. I heard them hit the hood driving down the road lol. I was wondering what it was, and was looking yesterday and the belt was getting shredded and saw the bolts were missing.

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You don`t have to pull the radiator out do you??? I hope not....

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You don't have to pull the radiator. the trick to getting them in is to fish the bolts into the holes in the fan clutch assembly and then with help holding the fan start the threads of all the bolts. Then tighten them down.

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