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    clutch fan

    Im looking for a clutch fan for a 4.0L. Im in hamilton so the closer the better. Thank you.

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    I have one. But I'm in Bowmanville. I removed it when I installed my electric fan.

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    i have one here to but also prob a bit far. $20

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    ill see if i can find 1 closer but if not i will pm you. i just put a electric fan in for the time being but water and electric fans dont mix to well. my one jeepn buddy goes threw them like crazy so i figured i should stick to the clutch fan. But thank you very much for the replys.

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    I have a fan clutch from an 02 TJ. Not sure if that will fit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ktmjeepguy View Post
    water and electric fans dont mix to well. my one jeepn buddy goes threw them like crazy.
    Does he have a shut off switch for it before he gets into the water? Every automotive electric fan gets exposed to water unless it doesn't get driven in the rain, they\re built with that in mind. Use a relay to supply power to the fan and include a shut off switch on the dash (Preferably with a warning light) so you can shut it off before submerging it. Trying to spin while under completely submerged is what really kills them.
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    please delete.got one.thanks to all.

    ---------- Post added at 04:51 PM ---------- Previous post was at 04:50 PM ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by LugNutz View Post
    Does he have a shut off switch for it before he gets into the water? Every automotive electric fan gets exposed to water unless it doesn't get driven in the rain, they\re built with that in mind. Use a relay to supply power to the fan and include a shut off switch on the dash (Preferably with a warning light) so you can shut it off before submerging it. Trying to spin while under completely submerged is what really kills them.
    im not sure how he has it hooked up.

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