1ARFC00010-Ford Lincoln Radiator Fan Clutch


Ford Lincoln Radiator Fan Clutch DIY Solutions


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  1. step : Removing the Radiator Shield (0:26)
    • Remove the spark tire jack crank
    • Pry up the clips along the radiator shield with a Phillips screwdriver and flat blade screwdriver
    • Remove the clips
    • Remove the radiator shield
  2. step : Removing the Air Intake (2:25)
    • Remove the spare tire
    • Remove the two 10mm bolts from the throttle body cover
    • Lift the cover
    • Loosen the hose clamp on the air intake near the throttle body
    • Disconnect the breather hoses
    • Lift the intake tubing
    • Loosen the latch on the housing
    • Disconnect the two sensors on the air intake
    • Lift the air intake up and out
  3. step : Removing the Fan (3:39)
    • Insert a fan removal tool to the fan pulley bolts
    • Loosen the fan clutch with the tool and a ratchet
    • Spin the fan and nut off of the pulley
    • Remove the fan
  4. step : Removing the Radiator Hose and Fan Shroud (5:26)
    • Loosen the radiator hose clamp with pliers
    • Remove the 8mm bolts from the fan shroud
    • Lift the fan shroud up and out
  5. step : Removing the Radiator Fan Clutch (6:17)
    • Remove the four 13mm bolts from the fan clutch
    • Tap the clutch out from the fan
  6. step : Installing the Radiator Fan Clutch (7:14)
    • Attach the clutch to the fan blade
    • Tighten the four 13mm bolts to the fan blade
    • Torque the bolt to 15 foot-pounds
  7. step : Installing the Radiator Hose and Fan Shroud (7:32)
    • Feed the shroud and fan down in together
    • Spin the fan onto the pulley a few threads
    • Tighten the 8mm bolts to the fan shroud
    • Tighten the hose clamps to the upper radiator hose
  8. step : Installing the Fan (9:07)
    • Tighten the fan with the special tools
    • Hold the pulley and tighten the fan in
    • Torque the fan to 40 foot-pounds
  9. step : Installing the Air Intake (10:15)
    • Insert the air intake into place
    • Close the housing hatch
    • Connect the two sensor
    • Connect the two breather hoses
    • Tighten the hose clamp to the air intake hose
    • Place the throttle body cover over the throttle body
    • Tighten the two 10mm bolts to the cover
  10. step : Reinstalling the Radiator Cover (12:06)
    • Place the radiator cover on
    • Press the clips in
    • Push in the center of the clip to lock
    • Insert the jack handle into place

Tools needed for replacement:

    Pliers, Cutters & misc Wrenches

  • Needle nose pliers

  • Ratchets & Related

  • Socket Extensions
  • Torque Wrench
  • Ratchet

  • Screwdrivers & Related

  • Flat Blade Screwdriver
  • Phillips Head Screwdriver

  • Sockets - Metric

  • 8mm Socket
  • 10mm Socket

  • Specialty Tools

  • Fan Clutch Wrench
  • Fan Pulley Wrench

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Customer Q&A
Ask a question to 1A Auto customers who purchased the product
will this fit a 2000 ford lighting ?
Dave C June 18, 2016
Brian F June 20, 2016
What engine does it have if it is the 5.4 L Triton motor yes that will fit it and it did fix our overheating problem
Adam C June 20, 2016
Im sorry I cant answer that question .I would suggest calling their tech line and ask them
Charles B June 20, 2016

Fits the following Makes:

Year Make Model Description
1997-2003Ford E150 Van Ford E150 Van Radiator Fan Clutch
1997-2003Ford E250 Van Ford E250 Van Radiator Fan Clutch
1997-2003Ford E350 Van Ford E350 Van V8 5.4L Radiator Fan Clutch
1999-2003Ford E350 Van Super Duty Ford E350 Van Super Duty V8 5.4L Radiator Fan Clutch
2000-2003Ford Excursion Ford Excursion V8 5.4L Radiator Fan Clutch
1997-2003Ford Expedition Ford Expedition Radiator Fan Clutch
1997-2003Ford F150 Truck Ford F150 Truck V8 4.6L Radiator Fan Clutch
1997-2003Ford F150 Truck Ford F150 Truck V8 5.4L Radiator Fan Clutch
1997-1999Ford F250 Light Duty Truck Ford F250 Light Duty Truck V8 5.4L Radiator Fan Clutch
1999-2003Ford F250 Super Duty Truck Ford F250 Super Duty Truck V8 5.4L Radiator Fan Clutch
1999-2003Ford F350 Super Duty Truck Ford F350 Super Duty Truck V8 5.4L Radiator Fan Clutch
1998-2003Lincoln Navigator Lincoln Navigator Radiator Fan Clutch

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DIY Solutions HVA02444

This item may be interchangeable with parts from other brands with the above part numbers. This information is provided only for reference and does not guarantee that the item you are purchasing is identical to parts with part numbers from the brands listed above. To confirm that this item fits your vehicle, use the above "Check Vehicle Fit" option.

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Clutch fan F150
Seems to be fine after installation. Really improved my antifreeze flowing and even helped my air conditioner blow much colder. Guess thst was from the weak fan clutch. One thing I have noticed is the new fan clutch blows much harder and makes the engine sound louder. But it’s doing the job.
June 16, 2018
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