to remove the cluth fan assembly, i always use a large crescent wrench..just keep in mind it is left hand threads, you may need to have an extra person with you to help hold the pulley from turning..usually tapping on the wrench with a hammer is the only way it will move
I,ve turned wrenches full and part time for over 35 years. Nowadays I only do jobs for myself, family and friends. On a 98 Chevrolet P/U with a 350 Vortec, I encountered the new screw on fan clutch. I rented the special spanner wrenches to hold the hub and used a large adjustable wrench. Tried to tun it for left and right hand threads. Used a propane torch to no avail. I finally took the water pump with fan, clutch and hub intact off the vehicle.I put the water pump in a BIG vise, Heated the screw on hub with a large oxy-acetylene torch red hot, used a three goot breaker bar and the spanner and got it loose with a great deal of effort. This is a tough job.WHY WOULD THE ENGINEERS GO TO THIS SYSTEM? By the way the hub is threaded for right hand threads. Not left hand threads.
I have had to do this three times now. Once for the water pump, once for the fan itself and the last time for the Power Steering pump. After trying everthing else and giving plenty of blood for the cause the easiest and quickest answer is an air chisel. Remove the airbox, mass,and shroud. Look at the fan, no matter what anybody else says, it loosens by turning TO THE LEFT. leave the fan belt on, place the chisel on the edge of the fan nut and let her rip. if you don't have an air chisel a cold chisel and hammer will also work.
: Everything here sounds great i just had the same problem on my dads 2000 blazer. I don't have the special tools and mine was stuck pretty good. Its probably not factory recommended but i got it off by putting a chain under one of the cover plate bolts then the other end under the alternator bolt to hold it still we had already removed the belt before we relized the the fan came off the way it does. it still took a pipe wrench on the big bolt which i hooked another chain to and pulled on while my dad hit it with a hammer. i don't know if this helps anyone but might give you an idea of the force u might need to apply. Also i agree the bolt does turn to the left same as most bolts.
It is located behind the dsah assembly, attached to the HVAC assembly. You need to remove dash to gain access to it.
remove fuel tankremove fuel pump module assembly unitreplace unit
Remove the dash assembly to gain access to the blend door actuator.
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You need to remove the grill and then the headlight assemblies. I had to remove the battery as well to get at the last bolt for the headlight assembly. There are about 6 bolts and 4 preasure clips holding the grill on.
It is attached to the fan.
I used two large wrenches,but my water pump assembly was out of the vehicle at the time
I have a 2002 Chevrolet trail blazer the slip clutch is out was there a recall on them?
bad clutch bearing
Lift the wheel in Question. Remove the tire. Remove the disc brake assembly. pull the rotor off. replace in reverse order.
remove the wheel,remove the brake caliper assy,remove the dust cap in the center of the axle.remove the cotter pin.remove the nut.then pull the hub off
Automatic transmission, on the left side (drivers side) of the transmission. Standard transmission, on the clutch peddle assembly.
If your looking to remove the entire dash assembly I would recommend purchasing a shop manual to guide you thru it.
Answer turn the nut in reverse of the clockwise rotation, also known as counterclockwise (CCW).
On a 1998 Chevy Blazer, the parking brake switch is located on the top of the parking brake assembly. There are 3 bolts that hold the switch to the parking brake assembly.
Lefty loosey to remove the fan clutch but the fan assembly rotates CCW when the engine is running.
Open the tailgate. Notice the two small Phillip head screws along side the taillight assembly area. Remove the two screws and you can wiggle the taillight assembly out so you can change the bulbs.
No.... There is not an adjustment what so ever. You either have a bad clutch slave cylinder / clutch master cylinder. Are the clutch and pressure plate are worn out.
The buzzer that lets you know the key is in the ignition in a 1989 Chevy Blazer is in the steering column. To access it you would need to remove the steering wheel with a special tool, or remove the ignition assembly. The key makes contact with a tab that activates the buzzer.
I have a Chevy Blazer 2000 4 Wheel Drive ZR2 The Spare Is On The Back With a Lock How do I remove the Spare Tire Thank You
Remove the positive battery cable from your 1997 Chevy Blazer battery. Remove the cables from the front of your starter. Remove the starter retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new starter.
is it factory or an add on?