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Old 10-28-2018, 01:18 PM
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Any techniques to remove a radiator fan?
I tried soaking to Pb blaster/ liquid wrench, heat etc and still wont budge. Ant tool to hold pulley down so it wont follow? Thanks
 
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Any techniques to remove a radiator fan?
I tried soaking to Pb blaster/ liquid wrench, heat etc and still wont budge. Ant tool to hold pulley down so it wont follow? Thanks
I just had this problem. I used a socket extension and wedged it between the belt and lower pulley. Used my fan clutch wench and hit it with a mallet towards the passenger side
 
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I bought
this kit this kit
on Amazon because I can use both sizes but the Rover is the 36mm. The tool with the holes holds the pulley.

 
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You might be able to rent those tools, I know i can up here in Canada.
 
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You can rent the tools at Advance Auto or Autozone

I bought these for the tool box. The pulley holder is a must have in my world.

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All you need for the pulley holder is a piece of 1 inch strap steel from The Home Depot or Lowe's. Cut it to 18 or 20 inches and drill a hole in one end.
 
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Thank you all for all the directions you gave me! Cheers!
 
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