New Product - Fan Clutch

A fan clutch is a thermostatic engine cooling fan that can freewheel at low temperatures when cooling is not needed, allowing the engine to warm up faster, relieving unnecessary load on the engine. As temperatures increase, the clutch engages so that the fan is driven by engine power and moves air to cool the engine.

One of the first indications that the clutch fan is failing, or has failed, is quite obvious. The engine may run hotter at lower speeds and at idle and the air conditioning performance drops. Here are some other signs your fan clutch needs to be replaced:

  • Noisy Fan Clutch – A scraping or squealing sound that ceases when you turn the A/C fan off.
  • Loud Engine Sound – The engine will produce this sound due to the fan blowing at full speed, caused by the fan clutch stuck in the engaged position.
  • Overheating – Overheating or higher temperatures than normal.
  • Reduction in performance – A significant and obvious drop in power, acceleration, and fuel economy.


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