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Best Selling Genuine Chevrolet Fan Clutches

  • We Stock the following top leading brands, including Dorman, ACDelco, Hayden
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Dorman
2006 Chevrolet Trailblazer EXT Engine Cooling Fan Clutch Dorman

P311-37F4E7D    622-001  New

15-40133 , 25790869 , 8103830290 , 3200 , 15293048 , 922498 , 15-4994 , 46024

Qty:
$153.19
Dorman Engine Cooling Fan Clutch
  • Product Attributes:
    • Bolt Hole Size: M8x1.25
    • Color/Finish: Metallic
    • Fan Rotation: Counterclockwise
    • Item Grade: Standard Replacement
Brand: Dorman
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2006 - Chevrolet Trailblazer EXT
ACDelco
2002 Chevrolet Tahoe Engine Cooling Fan Clutch ACDelco

P311-1F566EA    W0133-1840235  New

Qty:
$219.35
ACDelco Engine Cooling Fan Clutch
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • GM Original Equipment
  • Manual Temperature Controls
Brand: ACDelco
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2002 - Chevrolet Tahoe
ACDelco
2000 Chevrolet Tahoe Engine Cooling Fan Clutch 8 Cyl 5.3L ACDelco

P311-1F566EA    W0133-1840235  New

Qty:
$219.35
ACDelco Engine Cooling Fan Clutch
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • GM Original Equipment
  • Except A/C Manual-Control
Brand: ACDelco
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2000 - Chevrolet Tahoe V 8 Cyl 5.3L 325 5328
ACDelco
2002 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 Engine Cooling Fan Clutch ACDelco

P311-1F566EA    W0133-1840235  New

Qty:
$219.35
ACDelco Engine Cooling Fan Clutch
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • GM Original Equipment
  • Except Automatic Temperature Controls
Brand: ACDelco
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2002 - Chevrolet Silverado 2500
ACDelco
2004 Chevrolet Tahoe Engine Cooling Fan Clutch 8 Cyl 5.3L ACDelco

P311-1F566EA    W0133-1840235  New

Qty:
$219.35
ACDelco Engine Cooling Fan Clutch
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • GM Original Equipment
  • Heavy Duty Cooling
Brand: ACDelco
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2004 - Chevrolet Tahoe V 8 Cyl 5.3L 325 5328
ACDelco
2001 Chevrolet Silverado 3500 Engine Cooling Fan Clutch 8 Cyl 6.0L ACDelco

P311-1F566EA    W0133-1840235  New

Qty:
$219.35
ACDelco Engine Cooling Fan Clutch
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • GM Original Equipment
  • Excluding Automatic Temperature Controls
Brand: ACDelco
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2001 - Chevrolet Silverado 3500 V 8 Cyl 6.0L 364 5967
ACDelco
2004 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 Engine Cooling Fan Clutch ACDelco

P311-1F566EA    W0133-1840235  New

Qty:
$219.35
ACDelco Engine Cooling Fan Clutch
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • GM Original Equipment
  • with Heavy Duty Cooling
Brand: ACDelco
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2004 - Chevrolet Silverado 2500
ACDelco
2006 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Engine Cooling Fan Clutch 8 Cyl 6.0L ACDelco

P311-3A238F8    W0133-1962368  New

Qty:
$273.36
ACDelco Engine Cooling Fan Clutch
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • GM Original Equipment
Brand: ACDelco
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2006 - Chevrolet Silverado 1500 V 8 Cyl 6.0L 364 5967
ACDelco
2002 Chevrolet Tahoe Engine Cooling Fan Clutch ACDelco

P311-3A238F8    W0133-1962368  New

Qty:
$273.36
ACDelco Engine Cooling Fan Clutch
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • GM Original Equipment
  • Automatic Temperature Controls - Excluding Towing Package
Brand: ACDelco
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2002 - Chevrolet Tahoe
ACDelco
2004 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Engine Cooling Fan Clutch ACDelco

P311-3A238F8    W0133-1962368  New

Qty:
$273.36
ACDelco Engine Cooling Fan Clutch
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • GM Original Equipment
  • with A/C Manual-Control (RPO C60)
Brand: ACDelco
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2004 - Chevrolet Silverado 1500
Dorman
2006 Chevrolet Trailblazer EXT Engine Cooling Fan Clutch Dorman

P311-0F67CA9    W0133-1789251  New

Qty:
$196.81
Dorman Engine Cooling Fan Clutch
Brand: Dorman
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2006 - Chevrolet Trailblazer EXT
Hayden
2009 Chevrolet Express Pasajeros Engine Cooling Fan Clutch 8 Cyl 6.0L Hayden - Fan Clutch

P311-2B9EE98    2786  New

ACD154712 , LF240 , 9302050 , 2786 , 230240 , 154637 , 154640 , 154632 , 7136973 , ACD154561 , 140062 , 2911271 , 46023 , 2786TA , 45914 , 154648 , 36973 , 4858R , 154694 , 154684 , 154712 , 2911334 , GC550 , 9302360 , 154642 , 2911283 , KG2786 , FFC5786T , 1540111 , A71312 , 20908447 , 402240 , ACD154694 , FC2786 , 154672 , 154671 , 36899 , 067206 , FC141 , 154713 , 22158 , ACD1540111 , 154931 , 154930

Qty:
$53.86
Hayden Engine Cooling Fan Clutch
  • Reverse Rotation Severe Duty Thermal Fan Clutch
  • Reverse Rotation Severe Duty Thermal Fan Clutch with AC
  • Fan Clutch
  • Product Attributes:
    • : New
    • Bolt Thread:
      • M10 X 1.5 Hole
      • M10x1.500
    • Clutch Maximum Diameter: 6.45
    • Clutch Type: D - Severe Duty & Truck Fan Drive
    • Description: Fan Clutches
    • Distance From Clutch To Mounting Flange:
      • 1.745
      • 1.75
    • Drawing Type: D
    • Duty Rating: Severe
    • Electronic Clutch?: Non Electronic
    • Fan Bolt Circle IN: 3.25
    • Fan Bolt Circle MM:
      • 82.55
      • 82.6
    • Fan Mount Dia. IN:
      • 2.516
      • 2.52
    • Fan Mount Dia. MM: 63.9
    • Fan Mount Height MM: 44.3
    • Mount Dia. IN:
      • 1.44 (36mm) Hex
      • 1.440
    • Mount Dia. MM: 36 Hex
    • Mounting Hardware?: Not Included
    • Mounting Type: Hex
    • Overall Dia. MM: 163.8
    • Overall Height IN: 3.77
    • Overall Height MM: 95.8
    • Pilot Depth IN: 0.7
    • Pilot Depth MM:
      • 17.78
      • 17.8
    • Pilot Dia. IN: M30x1.500
    • Rotation: Rev
    • Style: Severe Duty
  • Designed, tested, and built by application; OE performance, fit, and appearance; Precision machined; Out of box installation
Brand: Hayden
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2009 - Chevrolet Express Pasajeros V 8 Cyl 6.0L 364 5967
Hayden
2017 Chevrolet Express Pasajeros Engine Cooling Fan Clutch Hayden - Fan Clutch

P311-2B9EE98    2786  New

ACD154712 , LF240 , 9302050 , 2786 , 230240 , 154637 , 154640 , 154632 , 7136973 , ACD154561 , 140062 , 2911271 , 46023 , 2786TA , 45914 , 154648 , 36973 , 4858R , 154694 , 154684 , 154712 , 2911334 , GC550 , 9302360 , 154642 , 2911283 , KG2786 , FFC5786T , 1540111 , A71312 , 20908447 , 402240 , ACD154694 , FC2786 , 154672 , 154671 , 36899 , 067206 , FC141 , 154713 , 22158 , ACD1540111 , 154931 , 154930

Qty:
$53.86
Hayden Engine Cooling Fan Clutch
  • Reverse Rotation Severe Duty Thermal Fan Clutch
  • Reverse Rotation Severe Duty Thermal Fan Clutch
  • Fan Clutch
  • Product Attributes:
    • : New
    • Bolt Thread:
      • M10 X 1.5 Hole
      • M10x1.500
    • Clutch Maximum Diameter: 6.45
    • Clutch Type: D - Severe Duty & Truck Fan Drive
    • Description: Fan Clutches
    • Distance From Clutch To Mounting Flange:
      • 1.745
      • 1.75
    • Drawing Type: D
    • Duty Rating: Severe
    • Electronic Clutch?: Non Electronic
    • Fan Bolt Circle IN: 3.25
    • Fan Bolt Circle MM:
      • 82.55
      • 82.6
    • Fan Mount Dia. IN:
      • 2.516
      • 2.52
    • Fan Mount Dia. MM: 63.9
    • Fan Mount Height MM: 44.3
    • Mount Dia. IN:
      • 1.44 (36mm) Hex
      • 1.440
    • Mount Dia. MM: 36 Hex
    • Mounting Hardware?: Not Included
    • Mounting Type: Hex
    • Overall Dia. MM: 163.8
    • Overall Height IN: 3.77
    • Overall Height MM: 95.8
    • Pilot Depth IN: 0.7
    • Pilot Depth MM:
      • 17.78
      • 17.8
    • Pilot Dia. IN: M30x1.500
    • Rotation: Rev
    • Style: Severe Duty
  • Designed, tested, and built by application; OE performance, fit, and appearance; Precision machined; Out of box installation
Brand: Hayden
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2017 - Chevrolet Express Pasajeros
Hayden
2002 Chevrolet R25 Engine Cooling Fan Clutch Hayden - Fan Clutch

P311-2B9EE98    2786  New

ACD154712 , LF240 , 9302050 , 2786 , 230240 , 154637 , 154640 , 154632 , 7136973 , ACD154561 , 140062 , 2911271 , 46023 , 2786TA , 45914 , 154648 , 36973 , 4858R , 154694 , 154684 , 154712 , 2911334 , GC550 , 9302360 , 154642 , 2911283 , KG2786 , FFC5786T , 1540111 , A71312 , 20908447 , 402240 , ACD154694 , FC2786 , 154672 , 154671 , 36899 , 067206 , FC141 , 154713 , 22158 , ACD1540111 , 154931 , 154930

Qty:
$53.86
Hayden Engine Cooling Fan Clutch
  • Reverse Rotation Severe Duty Thermal Fan Clutch
  • Reverse Rotation Severe Duty Thermal Fan Clutch with AC Includes Heavy Duty Tow Pkg.
  • Fan Clutch
  • Product Attributes:
    • : New
    • Bolt Thread:
      • M10 X 1.5 Hole
      • M10x1.500
    • Clutch Maximum Diameter: 6.45
    • Clutch Type: D - Severe Duty & Truck Fan Drive
    • Description: Fan Clutches
    • Distance From Clutch To Mounting Flange:
      • 1.745
      • 1.75
    • Drawing Type: D
    • Duty Rating: Severe
    • Electronic Clutch?: Non Electronic
    • Fan Bolt Circle IN: 3.25
    • Fan Bolt Circle MM:
      • 82.55
      • 82.6
    • Fan Mount Dia. IN:
      • 2.516
      • 2.52
    • Fan Mount Dia. MM: 63.9
    • Fan Mount Height MM: 44.3
    • Mount Dia. IN:
      • 1.44 (36mm) Hex
      • 1.440
    • Mount Dia. MM: 36 Hex
    • Mounting Hardware?: Not Included
    • Mounting Type: Hex
    • Overall Dia. MM: 163.8
    • Overall Height IN: 3.77
    • Overall Height MM: 95.8
    • Pilot Depth IN: 0.7
    • Pilot Depth MM:
      • 17.78
      • 17.8
    • Pilot Dia. IN: M30x1.500
    • Rotation: Rev
    • Style: Severe Duty
  • Designed, tested, and built by application; OE performance, fit, and appearance; Precision machined; Out of box installation
Brand: Hayden
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2002 - Chevrolet R25
Hayden
2002 Chevrolet C3500HD Engine Cooling Fan Clutch 8 Cyl 8.1L Hayden - Fan Clutch

P311-2B9EE98    2786  New

ACD154712 , LF240 , 9302050 , 2786 , 230240 , 154637 , 154640 , 154632 , 7136973 , ACD154561 , 140062 , 2911271 , 46023 , 2786TA , 45914 , 154648 , 36973 , 4858R , 154694 , 154684 , 154712 , 2911334 , GC550 , 9302360 , 154642 , 2911283 , KG2786 , FFC5786T , 1540111 , A71312 , 20908447 , 402240 , ACD154694 , FC2786 , 154672 , 154671 , 36899 , 067206 , FC141 , 154713 , 22158 , ACD1540111 , 154931 , 154930

Qty:
$53.86
Hayden Engine Cooling Fan Clutch
  • Reverse Rotation Severe Duty Thermal Fan Clutch
  • Reverse Rotation Severe Duty Thermal Fan Clutch Old Body Style
  • Fan Clutch
  • Product Attributes:
    • : New
    • Bolt Thread:
      • M10 X 1.5 Hole
      • M10x1.500
    • Clutch Maximum Diameter: 6.45
    • Clutch Type: D - Severe Duty & Truck Fan Drive
    • Description: Fan Clutches
    • Distance From Clutch To Mounting Flange:
      • 1.745
      • 1.75
    • Drawing Type: D
    • Duty Rating: Severe
    • Electronic Clutch?: Non Electronic
    • Fan Bolt Circle IN: 3.25
    • Fan Bolt Circle MM:
      • 82.55
      • 82.6
    • Fan Mount Dia. IN:
      • 2.516
      • 2.52
    • Fan Mount Dia. MM: 63.9
    • Fan Mount Height MM: 44.3
    • Mount Dia. IN:
      • 1.44 (36mm) Hex
      • 1.440
    • Mount Dia. MM: 36 Hex
    • Mounting Hardware?: Not Included
    • Mounting Type: Hex
    • Overall Dia. MM: 163.8
    • Overall Height IN: 3.77
    • Overall Height MM: 95.8
    • Pilot Depth IN: 0.7
    • Pilot Depth MM:
      • 17.78
      • 17.8
    • Pilot Dia. IN: M30x1.500
    • Rotation: Rev
    • Style: Severe Duty
  • Designed, tested, and built by application; OE performance, fit, and appearance; Precision machined; Out of box installation
Brand: Hayden
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2002 - Chevrolet C3500HD V 8 Cyl 8.1L 496 -
Hayden
2007 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Classic Engine Cooling Fan Clutch 8 Cyl 4.8L Hayden - Fan Clutch

P311-2B9EE98    2786  New

ACD154712 , LF240 , 9302050 , 2786 , 230240 , 154637 , 154640 , 154632 , 7136973 , ACD154561 , 140062 , 2911271 , 46023 , 2786TA , 45914 , 154648 , 36973 , 4858R , 154694 , 154684 , 154712 , 2911334 , GC550 , 9302360 , 154642 , 2911283 , KG2786 , FFC5786T , 1540111 , A71312 , 20908447 , 402240 , ACD154694 , FC2786 , 154672 , 154671 , 36899 , 067206 , FC141 , 154713 , 22158 , ACD1540111 , 154931 , 154930

Qty:
$53.86
Hayden Engine Cooling Fan Clutch
  • Reverse Rotation Severe Duty Thermal Fan Clutch
  • Reverse Rotation Optional Duty Thermal Fan Clutch with AC
  • Fan Clutch
  • Product Attributes:
    • : New
    • Bolt Thread:
      • M10 X 1.5 Hole
      • M10x1.500
    • Clutch Maximum Diameter: 6.45
    • Clutch Type: D - Severe Duty & Truck Fan Drive
    • Description: Fan Clutches
    • Distance From Clutch To Mounting Flange:
      • 1.745
      • 1.75
    • Drawing Type: D
    • Duty Rating: Severe
    • Electronic Clutch?: Non Electronic
    • Fan Bolt Circle IN: 3.25
    • Fan Bolt Circle MM:
      • 82.55
      • 82.6
    • Fan Mount Dia. IN:
      • 2.516
      • 2.52
    • Fan Mount Dia. MM: 63.9
    • Fan Mount Height MM: 44.3
    • Mount Dia. IN:
      • 1.44 (36mm) Hex
      • 1.440
    • Mount Dia. MM: 36 Hex
    • Mounting Hardware?: Not Included
    • Mounting Type: Hex
    • Overall Dia. MM: 163.8
    • Overall Height IN: 3.77
    • Overall Height MM: 95.8
    • Pilot Depth IN: 0.7
    • Pilot Depth MM:
      • 17.78
      • 17.8
    • Pilot Dia. IN: M30x1.500
    • Rotation: Rev
    • Style: Severe Duty
  • Designed, tested, and built by application; OE performance, fit, and appearance; Precision machined; Out of box installation
Brand: Hayden
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2007 - Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Classic V 8 Cyl 4.8L 294 -
Hayden
2005 Chevrolet Tahoe Engine Cooling Fan Clutch 8 Cyl 4.8L Hayden - Fan Clutch

P311-2B9EE98    2786  New

ACD154712 , LF240 , 9302050 , 2786 , 230240 , 154637 , 154640 , 154632 , 7136973 , ACD154561 , 140062 , 2911271 , 46023 , 2786TA , 45914 , 154648 , 36973 , 4858R , 154694 , 154684 , 154712 , 2911334 , GC550 , 9302360 , 154642 , 2911283 , KG2786 , FFC5786T , 1540111 , A71312 , 20908447 , 402240 , ACD154694 , FC2786 , 154672 , 154671 , 36899 , 067206 , FC141 , 154713 , 22158 , ACD1540111 , 154931 , 154930

Qty:
$53.86
Hayden Engine Cooling Fan Clutch
  • Reverse Rotation Severe Duty Thermal Fan Clutch
  • Reverse Rotation Severe Duty Thermal Fan Clutch with Trailer Tow Pkg.; with 4.10 Rear Axle Ratio
  • Fan Clutch
  • Product Attributes:
    • : New
    • Bolt Thread:
      • M10 X 1.5 Hole
      • M10x1.500
    • Clutch Maximum Diameter: 6.45
    • Clutch Type: D - Severe Duty & Truck Fan Drive
    • Description: Fan Clutches
    • Distance From Clutch To Mounting Flange:
      • 1.745
      • 1.75
    • Drawing Type: D
    • Duty Rating: Severe
    • Electronic Clutch?: Non Electronic
    • Fan Bolt Circle IN: 3.25
    • Fan Bolt Circle MM:
      • 82.55
      • 82.6
    • Fan Mount Dia. IN:
      • 2.516
      • 2.52
    • Fan Mount Dia. MM: 63.9
    • Fan Mount Height MM: 44.3
    • Mount Dia. IN:
      • 1.44 (36mm) Hex
      • 1.440
    • Mount Dia. MM: 36 Hex
    • Mounting Hardware?: Not Included
    • Mounting Type: Hex
    • Overall Dia. MM: 163.8
    • Overall Height IN: 3.77
    • Overall Height MM: 95.8
    • Pilot Depth IN: 0.7
    • Pilot Depth MM:
      • 17.78
      • 17.8
    • Pilot Dia. IN: M30x1.500
    • Rotation: Rev
    • Style: Severe Duty
  • Designed, tested, and built by application; OE performance, fit, and appearance; Precision machined; Out of box installation
Brand: Hayden
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2005 - Chevrolet Tahoe V 8 Cyl 4.8L 294 -
Hayden
2015 Chevrolet Express Pasajeros Engine Cooling Fan Clutch 8 Cyl 5.3L Hayden - Fan Clutch

P311-2B9EE98    2786  New

ACD154712 , LF240 , 9302050 , 2786 , 230240 , 154637 , 154640 , 154632 , 7136973 , ACD154561 , 140062 , 2911271 , 46023 , 2786TA , 45914 , 154648 , 36973 , 4858R , 154694 , 154684 , 154712 , 2911334 , GC550 , 9302360 , 154642 , 2911283 , KG2786 , FFC5786T , 1540111 , A71312 , 20908447 , 402240 , ACD154694 , FC2786 , 154672 , 154671 , 36899 , 067206 , FC141 , 154713 , 22158 , ACD1540111 , 154931 , 154930

Qty:
$53.86
Hayden Engine Cooling Fan Clutch
  • Reverse Rotation Severe Duty Thermal Fan Clutch
  • Reverse Rotation Optional Duty Thermal Fan Clutch Severe Duty Thermal Fan Clutch
  • Fan Clutch
  • Product Attributes:
    • : New
    • Bolt Thread:
      • M10 X 1.5 Hole
      • M10x1.500
    • Clutch Maximum Diameter: 6.45
    • Clutch Type: D - Severe Duty & Truck Fan Drive
    • Description: Fan Clutches
    • Distance From Clutch To Mounting Flange:
      • 1.745
      • 1.75
    • Drawing Type: D
    • Duty Rating: Severe
    • Electronic Clutch?: Non Electronic
    • Fan Bolt Circle IN: 3.25
    • Fan Bolt Circle MM:
      • 82.55
      • 82.6
    • Fan Mount Dia. IN:
      • 2.516
      • 2.52
    • Fan Mount Dia. MM: 63.9
    • Fan Mount Height MM: 44.3
    • Mount Dia. IN:
      • 1.44 (36mm) Hex
      • 1.440
    • Mount Dia. MM: 36 Hex
    • Mounting Hardware?: Not Included
    • Mounting Type: Hex
    • Overall Dia. MM: 163.8
    • Overall Height IN: 3.77
    • Overall Height MM: 95.8
    • Pilot Depth IN: 0.7
    • Pilot Depth MM:
      • 17.78
      • 17.8
    • Pilot Dia. IN: M30x1.500
    • Rotation: Rev
    • Style: Severe Duty
  • Designed, tested, and built by application; OE performance, fit, and appearance; Precision machined; Out of box installation
Brand: Hayden
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2015 - Chevrolet Express Pasajeros V 8 Cyl 5.3L 325 5328
Hayden
2010 Chevrolet Silverado 3500 Engine Cooling Fan Clutch Hayden - Fan Clutch

P311-2B9EE98    2786  New

ACD154712 , LF240 , 9302050 , 2786 , 230240 , 154637 , 154640 , 154632 , 7136973 , ACD154561 , 140062 , 2911271 , 46023 , 2786TA , 45914 , 154648 , 36973 , 4858R , 154694 , 154684 , 154712 , 2911334 , GC550 , 9302360 , 154642 , 2911283 , KG2786 , FFC5786T , 1540111 , A71312 , 20908447 , 402240 , ACD154694 , FC2786 , 154672 , 154671 , 36899 , 067206 , FC141 , 154713 , 22158 , ACD1540111 , 154931 , 154930

Qty:
$53.86
Hayden Engine Cooling Fan Clutch
  • Reverse Rotation Severe Duty Thermal Fan Clutch
  • Reverse Rotation Severe Duty Thermal Fan Clutch with AC with Heavy Duty Tow Pkg.
  • Fan Clutch
  • Product Attributes:
    • : New
    • Bolt Thread:
      • M10 X 1.5 Hole
      • M10x1.500
    • Clutch Maximum Diameter: 6.45
    • Clutch Type: D - Severe Duty & Truck Fan Drive
    • Description: Fan Clutches
    • Distance From Clutch To Mounting Flange:
      • 1.745
      • 1.75
    • Drawing Type: D
    • Duty Rating: Severe
    • Electronic Clutch?: Non Electronic
    • Fan Bolt Circle IN: 3.25
    • Fan Bolt Circle MM:
      • 82.55
      • 82.6
    • Fan Mount Dia. IN:
      • 2.516
      • 2.52
    • Fan Mount Dia. MM: 63.9
    • Fan Mount Height MM: 44.3
    • Mount Dia. IN:
      • 1.44 (36mm) Hex
      • 1.440
    • Mount Dia. MM: 36 Hex
    • Mounting Hardware?: Not Included
    • Mounting Type: Hex
    • Overall Dia. MM: 163.8
    • Overall Height IN: 3.77
    • Overall Height MM: 95.8
    • Pilot Depth IN: 0.7
    • Pilot Depth MM:
      • 17.78
      • 17.8
    • Pilot Dia. IN: M30x1.500
    • Rotation: Rev
    • Style: Severe Duty
  • Designed, tested, and built by application; OE performance, fit, and appearance; Precision machined; Out of box installation
Brand: Hayden
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2010 - Chevrolet Silverado 3500
Hayden
2015 Chevrolet Express Pasajeros Engine Cooling Fan Clutch 8 Cyl 6.0L Hayden - Fan Clutch

P311-2B9EE98    2786  New

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Hayden Engine Cooling Fan Clutch
  • Reverse Rotation Severe Duty Thermal Fan Clutch
  • Reverse Rotation Optional Duty Thermal Fan Clutch
  • Fan Clutch
  • Product Attributes:
    • : New
    • Bolt Thread:
      • M10 X 1.5 Hole
      • M10x1.500
    • Clutch Maximum Diameter: 6.45
    • Clutch Type: D - Severe Duty & Truck Fan Drive
    • Description: Fan Clutches
    • Distance From Clutch To Mounting Flange:
      • 1.745
      • 1.75
    • Drawing Type: D
    • Duty Rating: Severe
    • Electronic Clutch?: Non Electronic
    • Fan Bolt Circle IN: 3.25
    • Fan Bolt Circle MM:
      • 82.55
      • 82.6
    • Fan Mount Dia. IN:
      • 2.516
      • 2.52
    • Fan Mount Dia. MM: 63.9
    • Fan Mount Height MM: 44.3
    • Mount Dia. IN:
      • 1.44 (36mm) Hex
      • 1.440
    • Mount Dia. MM: 36 Hex
    • Mounting Hardware?: Not Included
    • Mounting Type: Hex
    • Overall Dia. MM: 163.8
    • Overall Height IN: 3.77
    • Overall Height MM: 95.8
    • Pilot Depth IN: 0.7
    • Pilot Depth MM:
      • 17.78
      • 17.8
    • Pilot Dia. IN: M30x1.500
    • Rotation: Rev
    • Style: Severe Duty
  • Designed, tested, and built by application; OE performance, fit, and appearance; Precision machined; Out of box installation
Brand: Hayden
Additional Fitment Information:
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2015 - Chevrolet Express Pasajeros V 8 Cyl 6.0L 364 5967

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chevrolet trailbalzer, banged, new noise

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Question From someguy214 on chevrolet trailbalzer, banged, new noise

2002
Chevrolet
trailblazer
4.2 L vortec iL6 24valve
115,000 miles
when leaving work with temps below 0 I started my trailblazer and let it sit for say 2 min ( I used my remote start so it was running for a little bit before I got to it.) got in and checked the gauges as usual when its below 0 and they looked fine. backed out and heard/felt a bang. thought I might have hit the car next to me but I was 5 feet away from it. figured the noise was ice falling off from underneath that I ran over.

got to the first red light I felt a vibration in the gas peddle, which is normal in the cold when I start driving at first. gauges still fine.

got to another light about a mile down the road, the vibration in the gas peddle got my attention and I turned down my heat and heard this awful noise coming from the engine. gauges still normal.

this is not my video or car but this is the noise it makes. however when mine makes this noise it does not seem to be as consistent in timing, it's more random. it is also louder, I got home and my parents came outside to see what in the world was happening.

link deleted ........................ not allowed FORUM RULES

while driving I noticed at certain rpms (low ones seeing as how I didn't want to go higher) the noise would sometimes slow and stop then return as I left off the gas. no change in engine performance otherwise. exhaust sounds the same.

here are the things that have already been replaced / cleaned in the engine:

replaced:
belt tensioner pulley
belt tensioner (bearing on the other side)
went through 3 belts
6 sparks plugs (bosch platinum 4 pin)
oil cooler lines
power steering lines
air intake (by choice, it gives better gas millage)

cleaned:
throttle body
air intake
fuel injectors ( by local shop )

115,000 miles

the video says its a bad rod bearing but I like to believe its not haha.
any ideas?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Some questions and comments: ZERO is cold enough of course. Handy as it is I don't like starting a vehicle unattended.


I'd check what was already done. Belt(s) pulleys new or not may have failed already.


What was cleaned and how? Cleaning an engine if that's what you meant is a bad idea and worse if cold out.


The video of someone else's problem isn't helping for yours.


Engine need those plugs taken out and OE spec and brand put in. If engine is misfiring bad enough causing noises it should have thrown a code.


Issues with ice up to icicles that can touch ground from heated engine when parked and snow or ice was on vehicle should quit right away or could really break something if in the wrong places and only looking.


This noise continued so my guess is something broke,


T

Response From Discretesignals

Need a link to the video of your vehicle, so we can hear what it sounds like.

Response From someguy214

oh all the parts that were installed and cleaned were not installed to try to fix the noise. I made that list just to give as much info as possible. all of those parts and cleanings were installed/completed above 60 degrees F. additionally I have told 3 mechanics about the spark plugs I installed and they do like OEM parts but they were fine with them.


I had a suggestion elsewhere that it might be the flex plate dragging or contacting something. will have a look at that soon.


posting a video of my own will take a while, very little time to spare atm.


also thank you for the responses so far.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

This post not much help just some notes and questions: I live this weather and it's routine for temps alone with or without a wild assortment of types of snow. Light fluff to crushed ice or even chunks if already plowed can harden plenty to break parts.


* Are you familiar with the conditions or is this all new to you?
* Rubber anything can get very hard. Oils anywhere thicker even inside shocks and struts. You can get a creek or harmless sound when first moved but it goes away - yours didn't apparently.


* Plastics at some point and type get brittle and crack or break.


? What viscosity oil are you using? It matters!


T

Response From kev2

reading the post I have some questions, thoughts.

I see BOSCH plugs amd a air filter something - these are problematic - (polite for POS). anything else that is not OEM?

You did NOT mention engine codes- or if the CEL works.... a scan is a place to start.

I am suspecting this vehicle is not babied. you cancheck oil - and particles in oil, pull dip stick they will appear as metal flake - a silver paint look in oil.... what is pressure,gauge the same reading ?

Are you familiar with using a dowel, screwdriver, to help locate source of sound- engine top. bbottom, front rear etc?

Response From DanD

I agree with everyone here, on using OE ignition; but I don't think this is a plug issue. There's no mention of a check engine light and they have said it runs fine.
They did say that the noise goes away sometimes and comes back when slowing down.
So with that I'm guessing it might be a broken starter drive return spring. When accelerating the gear will be pushed back away from the flywheel. When braking the drive will slide up against the flywheel and make enough noise to scare anyone.
The first time I ran into this was with a front wheel drive GM. It would only make this erratic scrapping shrieking sound on right turns. Wasn't that a crazy time diagnosing. LOL
We found it by letting the vehicle idle and 4 guys rocking the car as hard as we could from side to side.
Every time the right side was higher then the left we got the noise. Pulled the inspection cover and there was the drive happily siding back and forth on the armature shaft.

Dan.

Response From someguy214

DanD described what happens with the noise perfectly.


here is some info you guys wanted:


K&N cold air intake


I use a mechanics stethoscope to locate any noise sources - it's how I found the two bad belt tensioner bearings
not familiar with the dowel rod and screwdriver method
checked the oil, full, no strange color or metal shrapnel


the vehicle was previously ( according to the dealership ) driven by a soccer mom, I can honestly say I don't drive like a maniac either, especially in this cold weather recently. I try to keep to low rpms with this cold weather we have been having.


no warning lights what so ever on the dash
I am going to ask my uncle tomorrow who has been a mechanic for 30+ years fixing equipment for fire/police/ambulance departments. He has a code reader to see if anything is up.


I know you guys are really on about those spark plugs but I have had them in for 3.5 years and have had no issue with them, includes a trip to Florida (no stops except to eat and restroom), and 2 trips to North Carolina ( also no stops except to eat ). additionally if the plugs were misfiring or had a bent pin I would have to think the engine would run rough, very rough. I have not turned it on since the noise started but performance was not affected.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

I always like Dan's thinking. Yes the what I'll call "piggy back" solenoid and starter drive very well could even stick and not retract far enough or perhaps at all would really make a wild noise and probably wreck the ring gear also called flywheel gear.


They are spring loaded to retract and lubed. Lube could be like gum? If retracting spring plain broke then it would care much anymore about temperatures and stay doing it.


That listening with a rod thing for noises/bearings is plain dangerous. I do it and so far haven't shot a 30" screwdriver thru the side of my head touching a moving part improperly. Use a stethoscope and save the dangerous stuff/tricks/shortcuts for those aware of the risks IMO.


If that's it you could possibly see it thru inspection plate or take starter out to check that out,


T

Response From someguy214

oil coolant line came loose and was caught by the radiator fan


caused a smell so will watch to make sure the clutch in the fan is still good.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

OK - you found the reason. Fix that now. Is that for engine oil, transmission fluid or what? Check that level NOW or all of them.


Fan/fan clutch. Who knows but the fan blades if they were (sure seems like it) touching something need to be very carefully inspected or just replaced. If those are out of balance or damaged that would be the next problem down the road. If clutch driven clutch may be fine but hurt by imbalance. Domino effect of problems possible from one thing that caused it. Seems you are early so try to limit the possible troubles right now.


? What broke that allowed lines to move? Fix that and know they can't just rub on things where held or with each other along their route,


T

Response From Hammer Time

That's a very expensive electronic fan clutch.

Response From someguy214

some brackets broke from rust. a quick zip tie for now holds it back enough to not hit the fan.


fan is fine

Response From kev2

thats great news- thanks for the follow up.

My favorite easy and inexpensive

Response From Hammer Time

I'm going to close this now as solved to keep the spammers out.

Any Mod can reopen it upon request.

Response From Hammer Time

Bosch plugs cannot be used in that vehicle. They will not run correctly and cause numerous problems. Use only Delco in that engine.

Radiator Fan Advice please

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Question From J-Doug on Radiator Fan Advice please

Hello,
I have a 1994 Winnebago Brave motor home mounted on a 1993 Chevy P30 chassis.
It has a 7.4 L 454 Chevrolet V8 and automatic Tranny. It has 35K miles and runs great but has sat for long periods of time. My problem is it overheats when climbing hills ( around 230 F -240 F ) and runs around 210 F much of the time on level roadway.This is in 85 to 95 degree weather.
I am starting to pull the radiator for cleaning and rodding out and was advised to change the fan clutch also. As you may suspect, it is quite an operation to remove the radiator so I only want to attempt this only once and may even replace the water pump along with the belts and hoses. My question is, would I be better off to replace the belt driven fan with an electric puller fan instead of buying a new heavy duty fan clutch? It already has a 16" pusher fan in front of the A/C condenser. Cost is not a problem, I just want the best cooling system I can get this first time around. I also wouldn't mind freeing up a couple of horse power.
Any advice will be appreciated......THX...J-Doug

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Hi Doug,

If it came with just a fan clutch it really should be enough. There's a big difference in quality with these things. If the one there used to work get that exact one. Otherwise go OE or at least Hayden's best. They really don't last all that long. At three years old they are noticeably losing pulling power. Yes they suck HP away when working hard but you won't have an engine if it's cooking all the time either??

If it needs help get an electric set up to boost it but I don't think you should try to eliminate it for just electric unless there really is one that is that powerful. Remember the energy of direct power loss with the belt is noticed but the power the alternator has to come up with is the same - it just spreads it out more so you may not notice.

I know these are a PITA so I would go for a new not rebuilt water pump. I wouldn't for general automotives but this really works hard. I've done a bit of marine work and lots of Chev 454s are used. They do make marine ones but it could be hard to match up. The only real difference is for marine they use brass and stainless parts in the same housing. You know - some are salt water cooled.

None of it can be any better than the ability of the radiator. That should have come with a maxed out radiator and must stay that way.

I have had problems in the last year with quality of the clutches in plain cars never mind the load that you must deal with,

T

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Oooops: To add........ the vehicle may suggest it but if you lower the anti-freeze concentration care fully to -20 or even -10 degrees F. it will help - I know the yachts mandate that. It also means less anti-corrosion help so it really should be changed every year. The heat transfer ability of anti-freeze is terrible. Plain water is much better but you can't get away with that so don't do that. Something to consider if dealing with extremes,

T

Response From J-Doug

Thanks Again Tom,
I appreciate the advice on the Anti Freeze. I had never thought about that. In fact I thought the more the better... Glad to know better. I have found a product ,I believe, at Camper World that is suppose to lower and maintain the radiator temp quite a bit. I would want to do much research on that before I trusted it.
I'm trying to get the radiator out without opening up the A/C condenser lines and move it out of the way as I have no way to reclaim the R12 at home. It looks like I will have enough slack in the lines the way they installed the A/C system but I have a vacuum pump and a new Dryer if not. I will just have to find some place to reclaim the R12.....
Again, Thanks......J-Doug

Response From Tom Greenleaf

More: Do your best not to have to open the A/C. You'll have trouble finding a place that will still reclaim R-12 as it's getting rare now. It also is contaminated by so many folks just buying R-134a kits and mixing it up that it can wreck everything in the recovery tank or sealers jamn up the equipment so who the heck wants to mess with it anymore?? Nothing will or could ever work better. If you have to and find a place do cover the open lines right away - don't let air in. Replace any O rings - lube with baby oil is ok - no kidding!

The heat exchange value of coolant: Water = 1 (one) That means it takes 1 calorie of energy to heat or cool 1 gram of water (H2O) 1 degree Fahranheit. Anti-freeze by itself might be .65 (maybe less!) so it's like losing 35% of radiator space. Mixed 50/50 you lose let's say 12.5% and when you lessen from 50% you are getting back at what was lost. Not sold here but in climates where it never freezes there is an anti-corrosive "coolant" that probably can beat plain water. Highly salted water would but "duh" not a good idea. Ask about the coolant at the RV place. Get a real opinion not just the ads on containers.

Sorry for the science class.....

T

Response From J-Doug

Tom,
Just a follow up on this thread...I tried to remove the radiator without opening the A/C lines but wasn't able to due to the space involved. I cracked a line in the process so I removed the condenser and repaired the crack. Have gone back with new dryer and freon. All seems well.
My radiator was really plugged up even with only 35 K miles. I guess the idle months over the years take their toll. I had it cleaned but to no avail. It opened up several leaks and I had to have a new core. I feel better about a new radiator anyway. The weather is still too cool to see the effects of extreme heat but I think the radiator was the only problem I had.
As bad as it was, I feel that the clutch fan and water pump had to be working really well to keep it cooling on level terrain...
Thanks again for your Advice,
J-Doug

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Hi again,

Things sound good except for the A/C getting broken. Just how did you fix a crack in something? This is light years more sensitive to leaks than a cooling system and most shops aren't equipped to repair these things.

What are your intentions with that when the time comes? Are you considering R-134a refrigerant? Can you get good R-12 for a recharge? Not much virgin product around and frankly any alternative stinks especially for this application.

I do suggest you unplug the compressor until you are ready to work on it as it can click on with requesting defrost and without refrigerant in the system it WILL harm the compressor as the refrigerant carries the oil that lubes the compressor.

Note: It should know better by lack of pressure to click on but it could with just heat of the engine on the lines and parts heating up just air in the system but only for a second if all is well with it.

Let us know what you want to do with that. The only thing you might do if expecting many weeks more of cold is to perhaps evacuate the system and leave it either pre-charged or in a state of vacuum till later. It would help your new drier to last longer and work better. Ask away - you can't rent tools and pump to do that for free with 100% security deposit if you don't have anything to work with,

T

Response From J-Doug

Tom,
The crack was in an aluminum tube of which I was able to replace. I have completed the 609 automotive A/C course and have my certificate so I have a fair amount of R12 cans. They are getting more expensive at around $30 each but I found a bargain while shopping. I found three 14oz cans for $50.00 + shipping.
I also have a fairly good CFM vacuum pump that I used to pull down and hold a vacuum for a couple of days before I recharged the system.
Your right on about the R12 system being the better of the systems. This system was made for Winnebago's by SCF Frigette and still carry some parts and dryers so I hope to keep it going as long as needed.
J-Doug

Response From Tom Greenleaf

That's a deal for the 14oz cans. For a while you could bet about a $buck a peice for those! Count the ounces as my luck is that once those cans are pierced you can't save them for very long,

T

Response From J-Doug Top Rated Answer

Tom,
I have a follow up question on this......
I live in Texas at an altitude of 3500 feet and there fore can only pull a 26 inch vacuum on my gauges as opposed to 29.9 at sea level. I can leave this vacuum on there for 48 hours and it leaks down to around 22 inches of vacuum in that 2 day span. Do you think this is an excessive leak that should be pursued or can it be expected to leak down some?
All books I have read on evacuation the system only
stated to wait a few minutes to see if it leaked down, then pull a perfect vacuum according to the altitude and hold it for 30 minutes before recharging the system.
I had put on a new dryer but didn't have any R-12 oil to add to it. I'm keeping the system in a vacuum
state till my oil arrives.
Thanks, J-Doug

Response From Tom Greenleaf

True about the Hg reading at altitude - ok with that. I don't like the leakdown. Fair chance it's your gauges leaking or connection. Check on that as it should hold.

I forget exactly but atmospheric pressure is I think 17.6 psi. That means just 17lbs of force gets thru the leak. The R-12 must stay sealed tight up to about 400psi.

For now, perhaps try again and recheck you gauges and how they seal. Other trick it to pressure up with nitrogen and some R-22 and check for leaks with the static pressure alone which should be in psi about what the ambient temp is. That is allowed to vent when done.

Most shops would wait 1/2 hour or so and call it good. 48 hours is a long time. Funny also is that some leaks will leak in vacuum but not in pressure - especially shaft seals for some reason.

Certainly best to find any leak before wasting any of the GOLD R-12! Electronic leak sniffers, soapy water, whatever you can do to prevent starting off with a leak.


Keep us posted,

T

Response From J-Doug

Thanks Tom, You have answered my question very well. I did have some reservations on going with Electric only and decided to do research first. Your right , If the OE was good enough too start with, it should be now also. I sure don't want a "redo" in three years.
I will go with a new OE water pump and fan parts along with new belts and hoses. I may go electric on a oil cooler and /or transmission cooler.....But then again, OE should have been well enough there too J-Doug