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Old 03-16-2010, 08:37 PM
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Default How do I take the radiator fan off to take off the water pump in a 93 silverado?

I loosened all the bolts, even on the water pump. The problem is that I cannot figure out how the thing on the back of the fan off so I can slide the pulley off and take the water pump out.

The thing is like the front of the fan and it needs to come off so I can get the fan off.
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Old 03-16-2010, 09:13 PM
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There should be four bolts on the pulley, take those off and pull the pulley off, the fan will come with it. You have to use a wrench, not a ratchet. I'm saying this from memory, so I could be wrong.
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x2 on what star said
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I meant the fan drive. How does it come off?
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Old 03-16-2010, 09:31 PM
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fan shroud???? the placstic thing around the fan?
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Fan Drive??? You might be talking bout the fan clutch, which shouldn't have to come off to replace the waterpump.
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take a pic if we cant get it.. its kind of hard guessing...
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'Stylez take a look under your hood, if ya feel like it. Or if it's close, SHould be same motor and setup...
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i did this last year....... take belt off.... undo the fan...
take off the old waterpump.....use a lil gasket maker to hold gasket on.....put it on...and reverse lol
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