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GMB
1995 Mazda MPV Engine Cooling Fan Clutch GMB

P311-5C8ED0E    W0133-1612056  New

Qty:
$112.10
GMB Engine Cooling Fan Clutch
Brand: GMB
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1995 - Mazda MPV
NPW
1995 Mazda MPV Engine Cooling Fan Clutch NPW

P311-07CD999    W0133-1610655  New

Qty:
$167.19
NPW Engine Cooling Fan Clutch
  • w/o Towing Package
Brand: NPW
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Submodel Drive Type
1995 - Mazda MPV LXE RWD
NPW
1993 Mazda B2200 Engine Cooling Fan Clutch NPW

P311-5B2FC9B    W0133-1612097  New

Qty:
$234.92
NPW Engine Cooling Fan Clutch
Brand: NPW
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Transmission
1993 - Mazda B2200 Automatic
Hayden
1998 Mazda B2500 Engine Cooling Fan Clutch Hayden - Fan Clutch

P311-19BAE3F    2557  New

YB553 , 2557TA , 9252220 , YB439 , 230176 , 1580258 , FC79 , 2557 , 36800 , 115010 , 2911281 , 36966 , 55510 , 22010 , YB434 , GC850 , 402557 , YB433 , 402176 , LF176 , 773376 , A8199 , 7770 , FC2557 , 4810 , 140008 , FFC5757T , KG2557 , 7136966

Qty:
$44.80
Hayden Engine Cooling Fan Clutch
  • Standard Rotation Thermal Standard Duty Fan Clutch
  • Standard Rotation Standard Duty Thermal Fan Clutch w/o AC
  • Fan Clutch
  • Product Attributes:
    • : New
    • Bolt Thread:
      • M6 X 1.0 Hole
      • M6x1.000
    • Clutch Maximum Diameter: 5.85
    • Clutch Type: A - 5" & 6" Import
    • Description: Fan Clutches
    • Distance From Clutch To Mounting Flange: 2.4
    • Drawing Type: A
    • Duty Rating: Standard
    • Electronic Clutch?: Non Electronic
    • Fan Bolt Circle IN: 4.88
    • Fan Bolt Circle MM: 124
    • Fan Mount Dia. IN:
      • 4.36
      • 4.37
    • Fan Mount Dia. MM: 111
    • Fan Mount Height MM:
      • 60.96
      • 61
    • Mount Dia. IN:
      • 2.56
      • 2.560
    • Mount Dia. MM: 65
    • Mounting Hardware?: Not Included
    • Mounting Type: Flange
    • Overall Dia. MM:
      • 148.59
      • 148.6
    • Overall Height IN: 2.92
    • Overall Height MM: 74.2
    • Pilot Depth IN: 0.75
    • Pilot Depth MM:
      • 19.05
      • 19.1
    • Pilot Dia. IN:
      • 0.625
      • 0.63
    • Rotation: Std
    • Style: Standard Duty
  • Designed, tested, and built by application; OE performance, fit, and appearance; Precision machined; Out of box installation
Brand: Hayden
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1998 - Mazda B2500
Hayden
2010 Mazda B4000 Engine Cooling Fan Clutch Hayden - Fan Clutch

P311-5D080D2    2794  New

YB524 , 89000206 , 2793 , 2911246 , FC122 , 9252040 , KG2794 , LF230 , 402230 , KG2793 , A73387 , 1540065 , 230230 , FC154 , FC2793 , 140140 , FC3006 , 35665 , 402210 , 1580243 , 4834R , 36720 , 2911235 , 4833R , FC2794 , LF246 , 1540337 , GC947 , 230246 , YB3047 , YB544 , YB552 , 2794 , A5589 , YB462 , FFC5794T , 2793TA , 2794TA , 067213 , 9252010 , 22166 , 2911353 , 36701 , 7136701 , FFC5793T , 35640 , 402266

Qty:
$57.65
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:
      • M6 X 1.0 Hole
      • M6x1.000
    • Clutch Maximum Diameter: 6.45
    • Clutch Type: D - Severe Duty & Truck Fan Drive
    • Description: Fan Clutches
    • Distance From Clutch To Mounting Flange:
      • 1.234375
      • 1.24
      • 1.25
    • 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: 31.6
    • 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
      • 163.83
    • Overall Height IN:
      • 3.265
      • 3.27
    • Overall Height MM:
      • 82.9
      • 82.931
    • 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 - Mazda B4000
Hayden
2008 Mazda B3000 Engine Cooling Fan Clutch Hayden - Fan Clutch

P311-2F2DC3B    2779  New

FC2779 , 2911249 , 22078 , GC451 , 4832 , 2779TA , YB3046 , 35678 , KG2779 , A73390 , 36730 , 9252410 , 1540298 , FC151 , LF245 , 230245 , FFC5779T , 140141 , YB555 , 402245

Qty:
$57.84
Hayden Engine Cooling Fan Clutch
  • Reverse Rotation Severe Duty Thermal Fan Clutch
  • Standard Rotation Severe Duty Thermal Fan Clutch with Super Cooling
  • Fan Clutch
  • Product Attributes:
    • : New
    • Bolt Thread:
      • M6 X 1.0 Hole
      • M6x1.000
    • Clutch Maximum Diameter: 6.45
    • Clutch Type: D - Severe Duty & Truck Fan Drive
    • Description: Fan Clutches
    • Distance From Clutch To Mounting Flange:
      • 2.755
      • 2.77
    • 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:
      • 2.62
      • 2.621
    • Fan Mount Dia. MM: 66.6
    • Fan Mount Height MM: 70
    • 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
      • 163.83
    • Overall Height IN:
      • 4.775
      • 4.78
    • Overall Height MM:
      • 121.285
      • 121.4
    • Pilot Depth IN: 0.7
    • Pilot Depth MM:
      • 17.78
      • 17.8
    • Pilot Dia. IN: M30 X 1.500
    • Rotation: Std
    • 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
2008 - Mazda B3000
Hayden
1994 Mazda Navajo Engine Cooling Fan Clutch Hayden - Fan Clutch

P311-5D080D2    2794  New

YB524 , 89000206 , 2793 , 2911246 , FC122 , 9252040 , KG2794 , LF230 , 402230 , KG2793 , A73387 , 1540065 , 230230 , FC154 , FC2793 , 140140 , FC3006 , 35665 , 402210 , 1580243 , 4834R , 36720 , 2911235 , 4833R , FC2794 , LF246 , 1540337 , GC947 , 230246 , YB3047 , YB544 , YB552 , 2794 , A5589 , YB462 , FFC5794T , 2793TA , 2794TA , 067213 , 9252010 , 22166 , 2911353 , 36701 , 7136701 , FFC5793T , 35640 , 402266

Qty:
$57.65
Hayden Engine Cooling Fan Clutch
  • Reverse Rotation Severe Duty Thermal Fan Clutch
  • Reverse Rotation Optional Duty Thermal Fan Clutch New Part
  • Fan Clutch
  • Product Attributes:
    • : New
    • Bolt Thread:
      • M6 X 1.0 Hole
      • M6x1.000
    • Clutch Maximum Diameter: 6.45
    • Clutch Type: D - Severe Duty & Truck Fan Drive
    • Description: Fan Clutches
    • Distance From Clutch To Mounting Flange:
      • 1.234375
      • 1.24
      • 1.25
    • 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: 31.6
    • 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
      • 163.83
    • Overall Height IN:
      • 3.265
      • 3.27
    • Overall Height MM:
      • 82.9
      • 82.931
    • 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
1994 - Mazda Navajo
Hayden
1997 Mazda B4000 Engine Cooling Fan Clutch Hayden - Fan Clutch

P311-5D080D2    2794  New

YB524 , 89000206 , 2793 , 2911246 , FC122 , 9252040 , KG2794 , LF230 , 402230 , KG2793 , A73387 , 1540065 , 230230 , FC154 , FC2793 , 140140 , FC3006 , 35665 , 402210 , 1580243 , 4834R , 36720 , 2911235 , 4833R , FC2794 , LF246 , 1540337 , GC947 , 230246 , YB3047 , YB544 , YB552 , 2794 , A5589 , YB462 , FFC5794T , 2793TA , 2794TA , 067213 , 9252010 , 22166 , 2911353 , 36701 , 7136701 , FFC5793T , 35640 , 402266

Qty:
$57.65
Hayden Engine Cooling Fan Clutch
  • Reverse Rotation Severe Duty Thermal Fan Clutch
  • Reverse Rotation Severe Duty Thermal Fan Clutch with Super Cooling New Part
  • Fan Clutch
  • Product Attributes:
    • : New
    • Bolt Thread:
      • M6 X 1.0 Hole
      • M6x1.000
    • Clutch Maximum Diameter: 6.45
    • Clutch Type: D - Severe Duty & Truck Fan Drive
    • Description: Fan Clutches
    • Distance From Clutch To Mounting Flange:
      • 1.234375
      • 1.24
      • 1.25
    • 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: 31.6
    • 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
      • 163.83
    • Overall Height IN:
      • 3.265
      • 3.27
    • Overall Height MM:
      • 82.9
      • 82.931
    • 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
1997 - Mazda B4000
GMB
1984 Mazda B2000 Engine Cooling Fan Clutch GMB

P311-26E3E93    W0133-1614125  New

Qty:
$109.05
GMB Engine Cooling Fan Clutch
  • Production: 12/1984-
Brand: GMB
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Prod. Date Range
1984 - Mazda B2000 Fr:12-00-84
GMB
1993 Mazda B2200 Engine Cooling Fan Clutch GMB

P311-26E3E93    W0133-1614125  New

Qty:
$109.05
GMB Engine Cooling Fan Clutch
Brand: GMB
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Transmission
1993 - Mazda B2200 Manual

Latest Mazda Repair and Fan Clutch Installation Advice

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Mazda 626 overheats while idle

Showing 2 out of 2 Posts
Question From Guest on Mazda 626 overheats while idle

I have a 1985 mazda 626 LX 2.0l 4 cyl. Recently (in the past 2 weeks) my car starts to overheat while idleing... Driving 40+ mph is enough to keep it cool but as soon as I stop it slowly starts to overheat. Then if I start driving again it cools down to a normal level. The water resevior is full. I also recently replaced my thermostat.

Any help would be greatly appreciated...

Response From Indytech Top Rated Answer

Can not remember if you have a fan clutch or electrically operated fan,
but sound like they are not working / switching on. check them first .
........Indy Tech.

Car over heating very quickly

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Question From atsproperty on Car over heating very quickly

1993
Mazda
929
v6 24 valve
93,000 miles

I bought a car that had had the fan clutch go out and the fan went into the radiator.
What I have done-
replaced fan clutch
had radiator fixed and flushed
replaced the bottom thermostat and new thermostat housing

I also replaced spark plugs and new belts(fyi)

put it all back together and filled up radiator and drove a 2 block radius and the temp went to redline that fast.
now any car ive ever worked on has always had the thermostat on top...there is a top radiator hose so is there a top thermostat?
the housing on top looks about half the size of a typical thermostat housing with a elctric wiring going into top of it.
Hope I have described my situation well enough.
Please reply..

Response From Tom Greenleaf

You gotta help me - is this critter RWD? Fan clutches - those that attach to water pumps were common on RWD vehicles and yes when failed could take out your radiator or worse. It may have seriously hurt the water pump or it isn't actually full of coolant yet are high on the list if this is the layout I'm thinking it must be by your description.

To add to that. Not many radiators were fixable even in '93 and that could be an issue as well,

T

Response From atsproperty

RWD - rear wheel drive?
Yes it is rear wheel drive.
I took the radiator to a radiator shop and had it fixed..it just had one pin hole in it.
it could be the fluid level..I used only water at this point incase it didnt fix the leak I didnt want to waste anti freeze.
is there something in the top thermostat housing the could be froze up?

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Gotta guess 'cause I don't know the car. If a pin hole could be fixed then great and doubt that's it. If thermostat could be put in backwards that could be the problem - most won't go in wrong.

Water is fine for a test and should work but when known good get antifreeze mix in right away. Filling cooling systems vary by how much of a pill they can be to really be full. Generally by the time the heater works there's adequate coolant but who knows for sure? It should be a "closed" system with recovery tank right off of radiator cap such that air pushes out and only liquid returns. Just filling a recovery tank isn't the way to fill a system. Must be full in the engine and over time it would purge out small amounts or air.

Of course air isn't a good heat exchanger, liquid is.

What you need to do is verify cooling system is full first and avoid any overheating. Last bit if this doesn't require tricks will be stable when level quits dropping and you need to warm it up till there's pressure and t-stat has opened then let cool down a few or more times OR pull a high up hose and fill from there on some. Should require it but now with more PITA vehicles to fill the system is put under vacuum and filled that way.

If the pressure cap is on recovery tank it will be a pest. If on radiator it's better. Some, and this is trickery without tons of equipment may respond to jacking up the car such that the fill cap (check that it works too) is the highest point.

In that this overheated so quickly my first bet is that it isn't really full of liquid water or not. Hope that in overheating no head gasket issues are in play with this too,

T

Response From atsproperty

ok I'll double check the fluid level of radiator and run it til the thermostat should open a nd close a few times.
I think I will remove top housing to see if anything is seized up. (there has to be some kind of coolant flow because there is a top
radiator hose... also couldnt i run the car with rad. cap off to watch for flow?

p.s. when I return in a few days to give update on this thread will the thread post back at the top of the page or will it be lost in the hundreds of post
to come?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Yes, in some system with rad caps you can see it flow once t-stat is open. (WATCH OUT IF IT GOES NUTS AND BLOWS STEAM AT YOU!) Just FYI - I'm here a lot but not 24/7 so others may catch this or I could be late to reply,

T

Response From atsproperty

Ok update : Today I took off the housing that is attached to the upper radiator hose. it has 3 electric connections with what I assume is some type of temperature sensors going into this housing. Cleaned it out just a little rusty but there is one small hose coming off this going to another part of the car and it was filled with thick dark grim. I cleaned out this hose and put things back together. I added about 1 1/4 gallons of antifreeze until it wouldnt take anymore. I started the 93 mazda 929 v6 with out the radiator cap on it. ran the car for about 5 to 7 minutes at idle only but with the air conditioner turn on high. at this time im watching the flow and at about the 7th minute its bouncing and spalshing out of the open port of the radiator. the temp gauge at this point is slightly over half way up.
At this time I turned off the car looked around to see if there are any leaks but dont see any. I put the radi cap back on and started up the car and let it idle after just a few minutes with the air on and idle only its creeping up the temp gauge and once it topped the white line I shut it off.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Smacks of exhaust gasses getting into cooling system and game over for head gaskets or more................

T

Response From atsproperty

what? Im sorry I dont understand that. There is no oil in the water/antifreeze I know that.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Doesn't have to express itself that way. Anything it (they seal) can leak anyway they seal. If you don't know that then put the wrenches down!

T