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Cooling Fan Clutch Testing TSB 92-15-14 for 87-92 Bronco, F Series, Econoline & 88-92 F Super Duty
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Engine Coolant Concerns TSB 93-24-08 for 84-94 Bronco, F Series, Aerostar, Econoline & many others; Vehicles equipped with electric engine cooling fan(s) must have a fan running during this test (high or low speed may be used).; "...ISSUE: Engine or Harness 007-00064. DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE; A new cooling system diagnosis procedure has been developed . NOTE: THIS PROCEDURE WILL DIAGNOSE ONLY COOLING SYSTEMS THAT MAY NOT BE REACHING NORMAL OPERATING WHEN PERFORMING THIS TEST. 1. Check the coolant level in the radiator and coolant recovery reservoir. 2. Wi
Source: by Ford via Steve83 (Steve, That dirty old truck) at SuperMotors.net
Fan Clutch Tools pics; "...Homemade Fan Clutch Tools The angle iron holds the water pump pulley bolts while the leaf spring breaks the clutch hub nut. The angle iron can also be used for holding a pinion flange or yoke..."
Source: by Steve83 (Steve, That dirty old truck) at SuperMotors.net
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Source: by Steve83 (Steve, That dirty old truck) at fourdoorbronco.com
Removal in a 92 (part of his water pump job); "...an 11MM box end wrench was used for the fan bolts. I found it easier to do this while the belt was still on. I like the box end because the chances of it slipping are removed. The fan itself as a spot where the blades are spaced further apart. You can spin the fan so that the gap is at the bolt you need to unscrew. It makes it easier..."
Source: by digitalbill (Bill Crozier) at FSB
Removal in a 92 (part of his water pump job); "...an 11MM box end wrench was used for the fan bolts. I found it easier to do this while the belt was still on. I like the box end because the chances of it slipping are removed. The fan itself as a spot where the blades are spaced further apart. You can spin the fan so that the gap is at the bolt you need to unscrew. It makes it easier..."
Source: by digitalbill (Bill Crozier) at SuperMotors.net
Removal in an 89 5.0
Source: by Waltman at SuperMotors.net
Removal in an 89 5.0
Source: by Waltman at FSB
Repair Price Estimator, Bronco from 90-96 and other Fords; including labor & parts, shops in area, by Zip Code
Source: by RepairPal