Learn how to change the fan clutch on your Mazda B3000 and Ford Ranger pickup trucks. The fan clutch replacement process will also work for almost any other car out there that has a fan clutch and not an electric fan.
What the fan clutch does is regulate the speed of the fan so that the engine can warm up fast, yet stay cool when its at operating temps (like how a thermostat regulates temp). When the fan clutch goes bad, it can lock up and spin at full speed depending on the engine rpm. The problem is that at high rpms your belt can break, the fan can break, and you engine makes a lot of noise.
This video will teach you how to change the fan clutch ($30) and save at least $150.
This also works for the bronco II 2.9 motor (and many other motors)
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