1A Auto shows you how to repair, install, fix, change or replace a broken radiator fan. If your car overheats or runs hot and the radiator cooling fan will not turn on then this may be your solution. This video shows the process for the 96, 97,98, 99 Chevy or GMC C1500 or K1500 pickup truck.
1. Removing the Fan Shroud 0:56
2. Removing the Fan Clutch 1:45
3. Separating the Fan from the Clutch 2:50
4. Attaching the Fan to the Clutch 3:24
5. Installing the Fan Clutch 4:02
6. Installing the Fan Shroud 4:17
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How to Install Brake Rotors and Pads. Learn how to replace your brake pads and rotors on your car. Most cars will be similar to this Ford Ranger and after watching this you will be able to change your own brakes and save hundreds of dollars .
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An over-enthusiastic forklift driver punched a hole in the roof of a new trailer and I got to fix it. It’s a straight forward repair. I use purpose-made patching material in this video (it’s some pretty awesome stuff), but a simple aluminum sheet could be used. A plain aluminum patch would just require putting some sealant around the hole, under the patch. For holes under 3″ in diameter, I don’t even bother putting rivets in. Peel and stick is the name of the game.
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