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Old 08-23-2011, 03:40 PM #16
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Is an electric fan clutch easy to instal?
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Actually answer is no price is cheaper and mechanical puts out slot of com as far as air movement if u wheel slot I'd say electric and mechanical is good idea cuz at low speeds mechanical lacks cooling but electric makes that up
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I have the same issue. New BIG V6 radiator, thermostat, fan clutch in my 85 22RE SR5. Mine heats up on the hiway, with A/C on, if temp outside is over 105 degrees and I go over 70MPH. However, I now have a plate bumper and winch basically blocking the radiator all together now. I "rigged" a small air scoop to force in air from the bottom. Helps a little. I am debating the electric fan mod to help suck air thru the radiator...
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Is an electric fan clutch easy to instal?
An electric fan does not use a clutch, belt driven ones do.

Since neither the 22RE or 3VZE engines ever came with an e-fan, there is no direct bolt-in application. You would have to devise mounting, wiring, t-stat installation, etc on your own. It is done quite often, so if you do a little research you will find plenty of info.

If the clutch on your stock belt driven fan is bad, replacing it would be much simpler.
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Actually answer is no price is cheaper and mechanical puts out slot of com as far as air movement if u wheel slot I'd say electric and mechanical is good idea cuz at low speeds mechanical lacks cooling but electric makes that up
What is a "slot of com"
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