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Pickup Truck Maintenance & Problems (links)

pocahontaspocahontas Posts: 802
edited April 3 in Dodge
Copy/pasted for aeromech:

Msg#1 Clutch Fan replacement by aeromech
Feb 04, 2001 (08:32 am)
I just had my clutch fan replaced on a Dodge 1500 5.9 and was told they installed a heavy duty
fan. It seems to take much longer to release like I have the OD off in low gear. Runs fine otherwise and temp stays about 10 degrees lower, it has been very cold in my area.
Bottom line anyone know if this is or can be a problem.

TKS/Aeromech

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