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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Jim O’Briant of OvernightRVparking.com says that yes, it’s okay to stay at some truck stops, which he names. But there are ways to do it and ways not to do it, which he explains. The photo of the Calgary, AB, truckstop is by Paul Jerry. Thanks to Jim O’Briant for sharing this information. His website is and is the best source of places to stay with an RV for free or nearly free. This video is from RV Travel. Sign up for our free weekly newsletter, in continuous online publication since 2001 at . The RVers Friend directory shown in the video is available at Amazon.com at .
A look at the movements and states of operation of the air brake relay.
Relays are fitted to an air braking system for larger vehicles to speed up the application and release of the brakes, minimising brake lag, which is the time it takes between the driver operating the controls (park brake/foot brake valve) and the action actually happening at the brakes.
For a bit more background before watching this video, take a look at our “introduction to air brakes”
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Trailer-Aid is the fast, safe and easy way to change a trailer’s flat tire. Made from lightweight super strong polymer, Trailer-Aid is easy to travel with and makes changing your trailer tire simple, even if you are alone.