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Old 03-13-2013, 07:08 PM
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When i hit the gas the fan runs equal to the rpms. Not sure if this is a dodge thing or if i need a new fan clutch. Any ideas would be great! Thanks
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Old 03-14-2013, 03:29 PM
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can you spin the fan with the engine off? if not your clutch is frozen on your fan.
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Yea i can. It must be how it runs then. Sometimes it sounds normal but then theres times were it sounds like the fan seems like its running when it shouldnt
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well its a engine mounted fan its going to turn when the engine is on.
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Yea i can. It must be how it runs then. Sometimes it sounds normal but then theres times were it sounds like the fan seems like its running when it shouldnt
Not sure but your fan should be thermostatically controlled, the clutch shouldn't engage the fan until you reach a higher temperature, it will free wheel slowly while your engine is running but it shouldn't spin the same RPM as the engine until the thermostat tells it to, I would check that out.
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