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Old 02-13-2008, 04:33 PM   #1
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Unhappy fan rubbing against radiator

i thought i had a leak turned out my efin fan was not working properly, ilosend one of the brackets for the fan, and let it run it kicked in at 220 but now i need to know how do i get it to stay away from the radiator? do i bend it? any suggestions? please help
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Old 02-13-2008, 04:35 PM   #2
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zipties! FTW
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use some washers as shims.. that should hold it off..
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If it looks bent, bend it back....hard to tell without seeing it...if you have the space...maybe some washers? make sure the fan and clutch housing are in working order....I had a fan that was all out of whack down at the shaft and had to replace it.
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explain? use it to pull it back
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If it looks bent, bend it back....hard to tell without seeing it...if you have the space...maybe some washers? make sure the fan and clutch housing are in working order....I had a fan that was all out of whack down at the shaft and had to replace it.
was one of my thoughts just needed some reassurance, thanks dbuck and geezer
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