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Old 09-29-2012, 07:24 PM
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Hey Guys and Gals, Been having fan clutch issues since the factory went out. Been through " 4 " now from Auto Zone. They didn't have a complete listing on their replacements, so I ended up with the wrong ones first, starting with Torgue Flow first, light duty. Turns out after my homework that my truck has the heavy duty cooling system and Auto Zone has updated their computer. On to " Hayden " through Auto Zone, it has been operating erratically and making noise. Recently I got a original take off from my old Dodge mechanic buddy, but he didn't know if it's a light duty or heavy duty. Anyone know how to tell the diffence. Googled the numbers on it and they may be just stock numbers ?

Yup, my buddy warned me I may just end up at the dealer. To much effort into it now to throw in the towel. If it continues I guess the electric fan is a fix, maybe when I get the bucks

Thanks for reading, ya'll have a good day
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