My vehicle is a 1999 Dodge Durango, I cannot speak for cetain on other models. To remove the fan shroud, you have to remove the fan and clutch at the same time. To get the fan off can be a pain. Disconnect your negative battery cable first. Look downward behind the fan and you'll see a large nut (about 1 7/16") attaching the fan clutch to the water pump pulley. You have to turn this bolt counter clockwise while keeping the water pump pulley from turning. There are 3 possible ways to do this.
1) Press down hard on the serpentine belt and hope it keeps the pulley from rotating with the nut.
2) Take of the serpentine belt and use a strap wrench to hold the pulley.
3) Make your own tool taking advantage of the holes drilled in the water pump pulley to hold it in place.
Once that nut is broken loose, DON'T REMOVE it yet. There are four bolts to remove on the fan shroud. Two on the top and two underneath. Take all four out, pop the shroud out from the radiator, and move it over the fan. Now take the fan clutch nut the rest of the way off and lift out the fan, clutch, and shroud together.
<< I had no luck with these options. I was able to get the fan clutch off using a 6" C-clamp on the water pump pulley and a 10" pipe wrench with the help of a cheater bar (metal pipe) for leverage on the pipe wrench. Crank the C-Clamp on as tight as possible on the water pump pulley but out of the way of the nut so you can lock the pipe wrench onto the nut. Use the pipe wrench and cheater bar to loosen the large fan nut. The pully (and C-clamp) will rotate initially until the C-clamp jams up against the engine block.
What about it? Remove the fan shroud, remove the fan itself, unbolt the water pump.
How do you remove the fan shroud on a 2004 get envoy
# Disconnect negative battery cable # Remove the serpentine drivebelt # Remove the coolant reservoir from the fan shroud and set it aside without draing the tank or disconnecting the hose # Disconnect the electrical connectors at the windshield washer reservoir and remove the reservoir from the fan shroud # Remove the fan shroud mounting bolts # A special 36mm fan wrench is required to remove the cooling fan can get at most auto parts stores
loosen the idler pulley and then remove the belt. then you remove the fan shroud i believe its like 4 bolts, then you remove the fan. after that you can remove the water pump.
The 2000 Chevy Cavalier cooling fan shroud is held in place with 10 retaining bolts. Remove the retaining bolts and the cooling fan shroud will come off.
Remove the serpentine belt, break free the fan (borrow a Clutch Fan Removal Kit from Autozone or Advance Auto Parts), remove fan shroud, remove fan entirely, disconnect hoses from pump, unbolt.
do you have to remove fan shroud to access thermostat housing on a 1997 2.3L ford ranger
Using a special clutch fan tool to hold the fan still, remove the fan nut and take the fan off of the dodge 360. The tool should be available for rental from a local auto parts.
Take belt off water pump pulley remove fan from pump (4 bolts) remove old clutch from fan install new with same bolts Put fan back on.
Remove the two bolts at the top of the shroud, then remove shroud, fan, and motor as an assembly. Remove the One True Nut (reverse [LH] thread) that holds the fan blade to the motor. Remove the plastic-screws holding the motor to the shroud. Pull the blade off the motor. Use a hammer to disengage the motor from the shroud. Installation is reverse.
To remove the fan shroud from the 1999 Ford F150 you need a user manual to guide you.
remove the top fin then remove the two 8mm bolts then remove the support brackets on radiator lean it forward pull strait up on the shroud the remove the fan with the pneumatic tool finally remove the 15mm bolts holding the shroud to the engine
remove your fan shroud then losen the tensioner and remove your belt.
Drain the radiator. Remove the fan and fan shroud if needed. Remove the pump belt. Unbolt the pump and remove it. Install the new pump. Reinstall the belt, fan and fan shroud. Refill the system with new coolant.
The Haynes manual wants you to remove the fan and the shroud as a unit. This requires disconnecting the electrical connections to the fan, removing the bolts that hold the fan/shroud to the car, and just slipping the shroud off it's mounting tabs and removing. NOTE; that Haynes recommends removing the negative battery cable before starting the job. FriPilot
You will probably have to remove fan/pulley first to get clearance then just remove fasteners from rad.
Probably not. What you will do is remove the fan first, and then the fan shroud. The reason for removing the shroud is so you have more room to work.
The radiator is held in by a couple screws. Just loosen the fan shroud (4 screws), remove your hoses and lines, and lift it out.
funny thing mine inst even on after i changed the water pump, u will have to remove the fan then lower the shroud and fan at the same time and put ur 4 bolts back into the shroud.
1.Remove the radiator and cooling fans as a single assembly 2.Remove the bolts and separate the fan/shroud assembly from the radiator 3.Remove the clip and detach the fan blade assembly from the motor shaft 4.Remove the screws and detach the fan motor from the shroud
Drain the radiator. Remove the pump belt. Remove the fan and shroud if needed. Unbolt the pump and remove it . Bolt on the new pump. Reinstall the fan and shroud, the belt, then refill the radiator.
Disconnect the fan motor electrical connector. Unbolt the fan bracket and shroud assembly. Take the harness connector from the shroud. Lift the shroud out of the engine compartment. To separate the fan from the motor take loose the motor shaft clip. Remove the bracket from the fan motor by detatching the harness from the retainers then remove the mounting screws.
remove front fan shroud and upper radiator supports loosen fan which is right hand thread normal. you can remove the four 15mm bolts that hold the back shroud on two top and two bottom and pull the fan and rear shroud out at same time remove the 10mm bolts that hold the fan to the fan clutch and reinstall.