I have a 1994 Ford Ranger with the 4.0 liter motor. I'm tring to
replace the fan clutch, and Im using the tools I check out from
Autozone. Ive been trying to turn the bolt counter-clock wise and all
it is doing is stripping the edges of the bolt. :-( Im going to store
now to see if I can find a 1' 7/16 box wrench to see if it will work
better. Im hoping the wider head of a box wrench will not slip as
Does anyone have any other ideas for getting the bolts to lossen up?
Thanks Kevin for the heads up. Actually, I was quite angry at myself
later for being such a smart a**, answering his question; hopefully not my
real nature. Where he asked "But isn't a Right-Hand Tread Counter-clock
wise to remove?", that was the question I was answering with complete
disregard to the importance of the real task--that of removing the fan. I
hope I did not steer him into trouble. And, hopefully that will be my last
smart a** reply on here.
Begging apologies, s
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