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Old 12-09-2017, 09:02 AM   #1
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Electric Fan replacement

I know Iíve seen a video somewhere about how to remove the clutch fan and change out the electric fan. Can anybody point me to the right spot? Iíve searched and found nothing.
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Old 02-01-2018, 03:47 AM   #3
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Having to buy a tuner for this project makes it more expensive than I thought. To bad its not just a simple install without having to tune it.....
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Remove clutch fan and get a v6 electric fan for the 4th gen truck and it will plug and work.
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Ok so no tune needed to work properly?
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Remove clutch fan and get a v6 electric fan for the 4th gen truck and it will plug and work.
I wish it were so simple for our 3rd gens...Or is it? Would a 4th gen V6 e-fan work in the 3rg gen?
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Ok so no tune needed to work properly?
No, you don't need a tune. You aren't changing the way the motor runs (like with a cam or headers, etc), just removing the clutch fan.
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Third gens I don’t think there Is a plug for a fan or I have not found one on my truck as of yet lol. The 4th gens I believe are wired and working stock there is a cover on the plug too
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Depending on your climate and driving demands I would not remove the clutch without a tuner able to lower the temperature setting in the computer.
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So several years have gone by now. Has anyone truly seen any huge gains in swapping in the e-fan?
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