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GMB
2011 Ram Dakota Engine Cooling Fan Clutch 8 Cyl 4.7L GMB

P311-435CB4E    920-2310  New

Qty:
$94.10
  • Counter Clockwise (Reverse) Rotation Thermal Fan Clutch Heavy Duty w/Heavy Duty Cooling
Brand: GMB
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2011 - Ram Dakota V 8 Cyl 4.7L 285 -
GMB
2013 Ram 1500 Engine Cooling Fan Clutch 8 Cyl 4.7L GMB

P311-17FE292    W0133-1939771  New

Qty:
$65.90
GMB Engine Cooling Fan Clutch
Brand: GMB
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2013 - Ram 1500 V 8 Cyl 4.7L 287 -
GMB
2012 Ram 1500 Engine Cooling Fan Clutch 8 Cyl 4.7L GMB

P311-17FE292    W0133-1939771  New

Qty:
$65.90
GMB Engine Cooling Fan Clutch
  • Production: -07/18/2011
Brand: GMB
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC Prod. Date Range
2012 - Ram 1500 V 8 Cyl 4.7L 287 - To:07-18-11
GMB
2012 Ram 1500 Engine Cooling Fan Clutch 8 Cyl 4.7L GMB

P311-17FE292    W0133-1939771  New

Qty:
$65.90
GMB Engine Cooling Fan Clutch
  • Production: 07/18/2011-
Brand: GMB
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC Prod. Date Range
2012 - Ram 1500 V 8 Cyl 4.7L 287 - Fr:07-18-11
Four Seasons
2011 Ram Dakota Engine Cooling Fan Clutch 8 Cyl 4.7L Four Seasons - Fan Clutch

P311-0829163    46033  New

KG2770 , 22170 , 9202290 , 1540495 , 9202310 , KG2790

Qty:
$131.01
Four Seasons Engine Cooling Fan Clutch
  • Reverse Rotation Severe Duty Thermal Fan Clutch
  • Reverse Rotation Heavy Duty Thermal Fan Clutch with Heavy Duty Cooling
  • Fan Clutch
  • Product Attributes:
    • : New
    • Bolt Thread:
      • 5/16 In - 18
      • 5/16-18 Hole
    • Clutch Maximum Diameter: 7.4
    • Clutch Type: D - Severe Duty & Truck Fan Drive
    • Description: Fan Clutches
    • Distance From Clutch To Mounting Flange:
      • 1.2
      • 1.21
    • 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
    • Fan Mount Dia. MM: 66.5
    • Fan Mount Height MM: 30.7
    • Mount Dia. IN:
      • 1.44 (36mm) Hex
      • 1.440
    • Mount Dia. MM: 36 Hex
    • Mounting Hardware?: Not Included
    • Mounting Type: Hex
    • Overall Dia. MM:
      • 187.96
      • 188
    • Overall Height IN:
      • 3.72
      • 3.722
    • Overall Height MM:
      • 94.5
      • 94.539
    • 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: Four Seasons
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2011 - Ram Dakota V 8 Cyl 4.7L 287 -
Four Seasons
2011 Ram Dakota Engine Cooling Fan Clutch 8 Cyl 4.7L Four Seasons - Fan Clutch

P311-0986C70    46045  New

KG2770 , 1540505 , 22170 , 9202300

Qty:
$66.43
Four Seasons Engine Cooling Fan Clutch
  • Reverse Rotation Severe Duty Thermal Fan Clutch
  • Reverse Rotation Severe Duty Thermal Fan Clutch w/o Heavy Duty Cooling
  • Fan Clutch
  • Product Attributes:
    • : New
    • Bolt Thread:
      • 5/16 In - 18
      • 5/16-18 Hole
    • 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:
      • 2.62
      • 2.621
    • Fan Mount Dia. MM: 66.6
    • 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: Four Seasons
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2011 - Ram Dakota V 8 Cyl 4.7L 287 -
Four Seasons
2011 Ram Dakota Engine Cooling Fan Clutch 6 Cyl 3.7L Four Seasons - Fan Clutch

P311-0986C70    46045  New

KG2770 , 1540505 , 22170 , 9202300

Qty:
$66.43
Four Seasons 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:
      • 5/16 In - 18
      • 5/16-18 Hole
    • 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:
      • 2.62
      • 2.621
    • Fan Mount Dia. MM: 66.6
    • 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: Four Seasons
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2011 - Ram Dakota V 6 Cyl 3.7L 226 -
Four Seasons
2010 Ram 2500 Engine Cooling Fan Clutch 8 Cyl 4.7L Four Seasons - Fan Clutch

P311-1182DAB    46087  New

22150 , 9202450

Qty:
$56.49
Four Seasons Engine Cooling Fan Clutch
  • Reverse Rotation Thermal Heavy Duty Fan Clutch
  • Reverse Rotation Heavy Duty Thermal Fan Clutch
  • Fan Clutch
  • Product Attributes:
    • : New
    • Bolt Thread:
      • 5/16 In - 18
      • 5/16-18 Hole
    • Clutch Maximum Diameter: 7.2
    • Clutch Type: C - Heavy Duty
    • Description: Fan Clutches
    • Distance From Clutch To Mounting Flange:
      • 1.755
      • 1.76
    • Drawing Type: C
    • Duty Rating: Heavy
    • 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: 44.6
    • Mount Dia. IN:
      • 1.44 (36mm) Hex
      • 1.440
    • Mount Dia. MM: 36 Hex
    • Mounting Hardware?: Not Included
    • Mounting Type: Hex
    • Overall Dia. MM:
      • 182.88
      • 182.9
    • Overall Height IN:
      • 3.46875
      • 3.47
    • Overall Height MM:
      • 88.011
      • 88.1
    • Pilot Depth IN: 0.7
    • Pilot Depth MM:
      • 17.78
      • 17.8
    • Rotation: Rev
    • Style: Heavy Duty
  • OE performance, fit, and appearance; Precision machined; Out of box installation; Designed, tested, and built by application
Brand: Four Seasons
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2010 - Ram 2500 V 8 Cyl 4.7L 287 -
Four Seasons
2010 Ram 2500 Engine Cooling Fan Clutch 8 Cyl 5.7L Four Seasons - Fan Clutch

P311-445AB92    46088  New

22059 , KG5826 , 9202440

Qty:
$97.23
Four Seasons Engine Cooling Fan Clutch
  • Standard Rotation Severe Duty Thermal Fan Clutch
  • Reverse Rotation Severe Duty Thermal Fan Clutch
  • Fan Clutch
  • Product Attributes:
    • : New
    • Bolt Thread:
      • 5/16 In - 18
      • 5/16-18 Hole
    • Clutch Maximum Diameter: 7.4
    • Clutch Type: D - Severe Duty & Truck Fan Drive
    • Description: Fan Clutches
    • Distance From Clutch To Mounting Flange:
      • 1.75
      • 1.753
    • Drawing Type: D
    • Duty Rating: Severe
    • 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: 44.5
    • Mount Dia. IN:
      • 1.44 (36mm) Hex
      • 1.440
    • Mount Dia. MM: 36 Hex
    • Mounting Hardware?: Not Included
    • Mounting Type: Hex
    • Overall Dia. MM: 188
    • Overall Height IN:
      • 3.77
      • 3.773
    • Overall Height MM:
      • 95.6
      • 95.834
    • Pilot Depth IN: 0.7
    • Pilot Depth MM:
      • 17.78
      • 17.8
    • Rotation: Std
    • Style: Severe Duty
  • OE performance, fit, and appearance; Precision machined; Out of box installation; Designed, tested, and built by application
Brand: Four Seasons
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2010 - Ram 2500 V 8 Cyl 5.7L 345 -
Four Seasons
2012 Ram 4000 Engine Cooling Fan Clutch Four Seasons - Fan Clutch

P311-54BB266    46114  New

Qty:
$191.52
Four Seasons Engine Cooling Fan Clutch
  • Reverse Rotation Severe Duty Electronic Fan Clutch
  • Reverse Rotation Electronic Fan Clutch
  • Fan Clutch
  • Product Attributes:
    • : New
    • Bolt Thread: 5/16 In - 18
    • Clutch Maximum Diameter: 7.48
    • Clutch Type: Electronic
    • Description: Fan Clutches
    • Distance From Clutch To Mounting Flange: 1.07
    • Drawing Type: D
    • Duty Rating: Severe
    • Fan Bolt Circle IN: 3.81
    • Fan Mount Dia. IN: 3.25
    • Mount Dia. IN: 1.44 (36mm) Hex
    • Mounting Hardware?: Not Included
    • Mounting Type: Hex
    • Overall Height IN: 4.39
    • Pilot Depth IN: 0.54
    • 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: Four Seasons
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2012 - Ram 4000
Four Seasons
2017 Ram 4000 Engine Cooling Fan Clutch Four Seasons - Fan Clutch

P311-445AB92    46088  New

22059 , KG5826 , 9202440

Qty:
$97.23
Four Seasons Engine Cooling Fan Clutch
  • Standard Rotation Severe Duty Thermal Fan Clutch
  • Standard Rotation Severe Duty Thermal Fan Clutch
  • Fan Clutch
  • Product Attributes:
    • : New
    • Bolt Thread:
      • 5/16 In - 18
      • 5/16-18 Hole
    • Clutch Maximum Diameter: 7.4
    • Clutch Type: D - Severe Duty & Truck Fan Drive
    • Description: Fan Clutches
    • Distance From Clutch To Mounting Flange:
      • 1.75
      • 1.753
    • Drawing Type: D
    • Duty Rating: Severe
    • 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: 44.5
    • Mount Dia. IN:
      • 1.44 (36mm) Hex
      • 1.440
    • Mount Dia. MM: 36 Hex
    • Mounting Hardware?: Not Included
    • Mounting Type: Hex
    • Overall Dia. MM: 188
    • Overall Height IN:
      • 3.77
      • 3.773
    • Overall Height MM:
      • 95.6
      • 95.834
    • Pilot Depth IN: 0.7
    • Pilot Depth MM:
      • 17.78
      • 17.8
    • Rotation: Std
    • Style: Severe Duty
  • OE performance, fit, and appearance; Precision machined; Out of box installation; Designed, tested, and built by application
Brand: Four Seasons
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2017 - Ram 4000
Four Seasons
2013 Ram 4000 Engine Cooling Fan Clutch Four Seasons - Fan Clutch

P311-59228DE    46112  New

22347 , 9202510

Qty:
$383.55
Four Seasons Engine Cooling Fan Clutch
  • Reverse Rotation Severe Duty Electronic Fan Clutch
  • Reverse Rotation Electronic Fan Clutch From 12/17/12
  • Fan Clutch
  • Product Attributes:
    • : New
    • Bolt Thread: 1/4 - 20 Stud
    • Clutch Maximum Diameter: 9.39
    • Clutch Type: Electronic
    • Description: Fan Clutches
    • Distance From Clutch To Mounting Flange: 2.78
    • Drawing Type: D
    • Duty Rating: Severe
    • Fan Bolt Circle IN: 8.66
    • Fan Mount Dia. IN: 7.88
    • Mount Dia. IN: 1.86 (47mm) Hex
    • Mounting Hardware?: Not Included
    • Mounting Type: Hex
    • Overall Height IN: 4.29
    • Pilot Depth IN: 0.77
    • Pilot Dia. IN: M40x2.000
    • Rotation: Rev
    • Style: Severe Duty
  • Designed, tested, and built by application; OE performance, fit, and appearance; Precision machined; Out of box installation
Brand: Four Seasons
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2013 - Ram 4000
Four Seasons
2013 Ram 4000 Engine Cooling Fan Clutch Four Seasons - Fan Clutch

P311-54BB266    46114  New

Qty:
$191.52
Four Seasons Engine Cooling Fan Clutch
  • Reverse Rotation Severe Duty Electronic Fan Clutch
  • Reverse Rotation Electronic Fan Clutch To 12/17/12
  • Fan Clutch
  • Product Attributes:
    • : New
    • Bolt Thread: 5/16 In - 18
    • Clutch Maximum Diameter: 7.48
    • Clutch Type: Electronic
    • Description: Fan Clutches
    • Distance From Clutch To Mounting Flange: 1.07
    • Drawing Type: D
    • Duty Rating: Severe
    • Fan Bolt Circle IN: 3.81
    • Fan Mount Dia. IN: 3.25
    • Mount Dia. IN: 1.44 (36mm) Hex
    • Mounting Hardware?: Not Included
    • Mounting Type: Hex
    • Overall Height IN: 4.39
    • Pilot Depth IN: 0.54
    • 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: Four Seasons
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2013 - Ram 4000
Four Seasons
2017 Ram 2500 Engine Cooling Fan Clutch 6 Cyl 6.7L Four Seasons - Fan Clutch

P311-59228DE    46112  New

22347 , 9202510

Qty:
$383.55
Four Seasons Engine Cooling Fan Clutch
  • Reverse Rotation Severe Duty Electronic Fan Clutch
  • Reverse Rotation Electronic Fan Clutch
  • Fan Clutch
  • Product Attributes:
    • : New
    • Bolt Thread: 1/4 - 20 Stud
    • Clutch Maximum Diameter: 9.39
    • Clutch Type: Electronic
    • Description: Fan Clutches
    • Distance From Clutch To Mounting Flange: 2.78
    • Drawing Type: D
    • Duty Rating: Severe
    • Fan Bolt Circle IN: 8.66
    • Fan Mount Dia. IN: 7.88
    • Mount Dia. IN: 1.86 (47mm) Hex
    • Mounting Hardware?: Not Included
    • Mounting Type: Hex
    • Overall Height IN: 4.29
    • Pilot Depth IN: 0.77
    • Pilot Dia. IN: M40x2.000
    • Rotation: Rev
    • Style: Severe Duty
  • Designed, tested, and built by application; OE performance, fit, and appearance; Precision machined; Out of box installation
Brand: Four Seasons
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Fuel Type Block Engine CID CC
2017 - Ram 2500 DIESEL L 6 Cyl 6.7L 408 -
Four Seasons
2017 Ram 2500 Engine Cooling Fan Clutch 8 Cyl 6.4L Four Seasons - Fan Clutch

P311-43F0F7A    46111  New

22035 , 9202500

Qty:
Four Seasons Engine Cooling Fan Clutch
  • Standard Rotation Thermal Heavy Duty Fan Clutch
  • Standard Rotation Heavy Duty Thermal Fan Clutch
  • Fan Clutch
  • Product Attributes:
    • : New
    • Bolt Thread: 5/16-18 Hole
    • Clutch Maximum Diameter: 6.45
    • Clutch Type: Thermal
    • Description: Fan Clutches
    • Distance From Clutch To Mounting Flange: 2.42
    • Drawing Type: C
    • Duty Rating: Heavy Duty
    • Fan Bolt Circle IN: 3.25
    • Fan Mount Dia. IN: 2.62
    • Mount Dia. IN: 1.44 (36mm) Hex
    • Mounting Hardware?: Not Included
    • Mounting Type: Hex
    • Overall Height IN: 4.46
    • Pilot Depth IN: 0.75
    • Pilot Dia. IN: M30x1.500
    • Rotation: Std
    • Style: Heavy Duty
  • Designed, tested, and built by application; OE performance, fit, and appearance; Precision machined; Out of box installation
Brand: Four Seasons
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Fuel Type Block Engine CID CC
2017 - Ram 2500 GAS V 8 Cyl 6.4L 392 6424
Hayden
2011 Ram Dakota Engine Cooling Fan Clutch 8 Cyl 4.7L Hayden - Fan Clutch

P311-45DD2E4    2822  New

22170 , 9202290 , KG2770 , 1540495 , KG2790 , 9202310

Qty:
$97.62
Hayden Engine Cooling Fan Clutch
  • Reverse Rotation Severe Duty Thermal Fan Clutch
  • Reverse Rotation Heavy Duty Thermal Fan Clutch with Heavy Duty Cooling New Part
  • Fan Clutch
  • Product Attributes:
    • : New
    • Bolt Thread:
      • 5/16 In - 18
      • 5/16-18 Hole
    • Clutch Maximum Diameter: 7.4
    • Clutch Type: D - Severe Duty & Truck Fan Drive
    • Description: Fan Clutches
    • Distance From Clutch To Mounting Flange:
      • 1.2
      • 1.21
    • 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
    • Fan Mount Dia. MM: 66.5
    • Fan Mount Height MM: 30.7
    • Mount Dia. IN:
      • 1.44 (36mm) Hex
      • 1.440
    • Mount Dia. MM: 36 Hex
    • Mounting Hardware?: Not Included
    • Mounting Type: Hex
    • Overall Dia. MM:
      • 187.96
      • 188
    • Overall Height IN:
      • 3.72
      • 3.722
    • Overall Height MM:
      • 94.5
      • 94.539
    • 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
2011 - Ram Dakota V 8 Cyl 4.7L 287 -
Hayden
2011 Ram Dakota Engine Cooling Fan Clutch 8 Cyl 4.7L Hayden - Fan Clutch

P311-44CC0F0    2961  New

22170 , 9202300 , KG2770 , 1540505

Qty:
$59.00
Hayden Engine Cooling Fan Clutch
  • Reverse Rotation Severe Duty Thermal Fan Clutch
  • Reverse Rotation Severe Duty Thermal Fan Clutch w/o Heavy Duty Cooling
  • Fan Clutch
  • Product Attributes:
    • : New
    • Bolt Thread:
      • 5/16 In - 18
      • 5/16-18 Hole
    • 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:
      • 2.62
      • 2.621
    • Fan Mount Dia. MM: 66.6
    • 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 Block Engine CID CC
2011 - Ram Dakota V 8 Cyl 4.7L 287 -
Hayden
2011 Ram Dakota Engine Cooling Fan Clutch 6 Cyl 3.7L Hayden - Fan Clutch

P311-44CC0F0    2961  New

22170 , 9202300 , KG2770 , 1540505

Qty:
$59.00
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:
      • 5/16 In - 18
      • 5/16-18 Hole
    • 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:
      • 2.62
      • 2.621
    • Fan Mount Dia. MM: 66.6
    • 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 Block Engine CID CC
2011 - Ram Dakota V 6 Cyl 3.7L 226 -
Four Seasons
2018 Ram 1500 Engine Cooling Fan Clutch 8 Cyl 5.7L Four Seasons

P311-05AF1FB    W0133-1929194  New

Qty:
$167.06
Four Seasons Engine Cooling Fan Clutch
Brand: Four Seasons
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2018 - Ram 1500 V 8 Cyl 5.7L 345 -
Mopar
2012 Ram 5500 Engine Cooling Fan Clutch Mopar

P311-57AB2FF    W0133-2765021  New

Qty:
$631.59
Mopar 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.
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2012 - Ram 5500

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Question From tigwinxx1 on fan clutch

i have a 04 dodge ram 1500 3.7 ltr. v6 quad cab recently the water pump went out had it replaced by a mechanic.
now when i drive it , it feels like there is a load on the engine. Like the the fan clutch is broken or still engaged and wont release like it supossed to. you know when you drive a honda civic for example when it gets hot the eletric fan kicks on and the sound you get when you drive it , my v6 sounds like that all the time .
please help thanks mike s.

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

It's possible. he could have damaged it taking it off and on.

Engine overheats when at idle

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Question From jholmberg on Engine overheats when at idle

I have a 2005 Ram 1500 with the 4.7L V8 and only 67,000 miles on it. Engine temp is right where it needs to be until I am stopped in traffic or at a light at which point the temperature starts creeping up. If I put the truck in nuetral and rev the engine a bit, the temperature starts coming back down. I have replaced the fan clutch and the thermostat as well as flushed the radiator and the problem still persists. The water pump is less than a year old so I don't think that is the issue. I am fairly certain it is not a head gasket issue since I changed my oil and found no trace of coolant in the oil. Also, my heater works fine. What could be going on with my truck?

Response From Loren Champlain Sr Top Rated Answer

jholmberg; My first instinct would be the fan clutch. Even though you replaced it, make sure that it is 'locking up' when the engine temp is at normal operating temp. This can be dangerous, for obvious reasons, but you can take a piece of cardboard and see if you can stop the fan from spinning at this time. You shouldn't be able to. It is very rare, but the impeller on a water pump can become loose from the hub and not spin quick enough at idle. You'd almost need to remove the thermostat and watch flow rate, and even then, it's a tough call. Doesn't sound like a thermostat or radiator issue, to me. Good luck.

Hot Dodge

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Question From sandiwod on Hot Dodge

Have a 1996 Dodge Ram 1500 stretch cab 5.1 liter with 100,000 miles. Started having heater problems last year.Everything ran allright just no heat then developed leak at top right.Fixed that with JB weld now have over heating. I keep the cap loose and add water every other day but now I notice my reservoir is full and doesn't go down and also the temperature gauge stays just over 200 and doesn't move.It runs ok but just have to add water.

Response From nickwarner

You said it developed a leak at top right. The top right of what? If you have to add more coolant regularly it is leaking somewhere and you need to pressure test it to find out where the leak is coming from. I wouldn't trust JB Weld to hold for you. That stuff usually is just enough to get home and sometimes won't even last that long. Check your heater core for restrictions too. The lack of heat could be a separate issue or could be tied into this problem. You need to resolve this soon and get the coolant back to a 50/50 mix, not just water, before some other expensive problems rear their ugly heads.

Response From Hammer Time

If it's the radiator that you tried to patch, you can forget that. It will not work. You need to replace the radiator ASAP before it costs you a motor.

Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

JB weld the radiator? What a lot of people don't realize is that aluminium radiators don't last for ever. They usually corrode from the inside out unless the side tank cracks or a tank seals go. The corrosion inside the radiator tubes also inhibit the transfer of heat from the coolant to the atmosphere. The radiator might look perfectly fine on the outside, but doesn't do a very good job of getting the heat out.

You really need to can the radiator if you JB welded it, clean the bugs and junk out of the condenser, replace any bad hoses, flush out the coolant system, clean out the reservoir, replace the thermostat with the correct application, and fill the system with water only. Then pressure test the system and check for leaks. If you don't have any leaks, drain the water out and refill with 50/50 coolant, and put a new cap on. Make sure the fan clutch is engaging at the right temperature and then see how it works out.

2002 Dodge Ram 1500 5.9 temperature keeps changing

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Question From Dylan Lowery on 2002 Dodge Ram 1500 5.9 temperature keeps changing

I recently bought a 2002 dodge ram 1500 5.9 SLT and it run great. Everything in the truck run like it should but I'm not a expert at vehicles and I'm just a paranoid kinda guy, sadly.

But I've been noticing that my temperature gauge is at different temperatures when I'm driving. The truck itself has never run over halfway on the gauge I'm pretty sure its not over heating.

When I crank it up on a cold start the truck heats up at normal pace and it usually goes up to about 3/4 of the way to the half line. Its been getting up to 100 degrees here in NC but it stays in the same place on the back roads and highways whenever I'm keeping a constant speed. It will sometimes drop down to 1/4 of the whole gauge whenever it's under 85 degrees outside.

But whenever I'm sitting at a red light it creeps up to right under the halfway line on the full gauge (where I thought every other car is suppose to be naturally) which usually takes about 2 minutes tops. But When I start driving it drops back down.

And whenever I've been driving for a while and cut the truck off and start it right back up, the gauge will go up to right under the halfway mark but drop back down as I start driving.

If anyone knows what's going on I'd really appreciate the help! Thanks in advance

Response From Tom Greenleaf

What is this using for a fan(s) for the radiator? Big fan with a clutch or maybe electric or would you know if altered?


IDK - about all RWD dominant vehicles temp will stay steady once warmed up if super cold up to reasonable hot which this is. Talk 117 (real air temps recently in AZ) with full sun I forgive a vehicle. Engine is used to and can or should easily handle 100F area if all is right.


IDK - take a look. Does radiator look clean (A/C condenser is in front of it) of a lot of dirt of bugs? Some can have unseen dirt in between and need to take some parts off to look and or clean out if the problem at all.


Being a truck I can't know what fan set up you might have. Some folks might change it for extra cooling that isn't working? You need to look and tell us,


T

Response From Dylan Lowery

There is a big radiator on the passenger side that has a fan coming from the pulley so I guess it's a clutch? And there is a small fan on the driver side that is electrical. I'm guessing for the transmission? And they both have bugs on the but I just got them off and I can see through both radiators so I reckon they're not clogged up

Response From Tom Greenleaf

OK - The biggest fan when warm should be pulling lots of air thru as felt over the engine with hood open - the belt driven one should be strong when fully warmed up and A/C on.
If a regular clutch driven one would not coast well when you shut engine off spun by hand would stop or observed when someone else shuts engine off as it should be tight.


Idea is to pull air hard when needed and not so much when already cool enough. There are some primary fans with a clutch that can totally freewheel.


My trouble is it's a truck so smaller radiators are used or selected as optional for transmission oil, engine oil and power steering. A/C's radiator is called a condenser up front near grille. That will catch the debris, bugs and may have the smaller coolers in front of it.


If in doubt have it checked. It's hot and will be again or just work hard so has to be right.


I'm a bit confused that engine radiator isn't the whole area possible nearest the engine on a truck? Is something blocking you view as seen from behind?


Anyway - most all of this layout temp gauge would get to one point and stay there - not so on all assorted vehicles. It's possible for this to be at it's limit but still safe and movement a warning actually.


In short (IMPOSSIBLE FOR ME) things that allow gauge to fluctuate would be...........
* Incapable cooling due to lack of fan power
* Way too strong of an antifreeze mix. Many folks will think more is better and it isn't. 50/50 or set to a -34F is a standard. Check it and if unknown when flushed last put that on the list.
* If really working a vehicle hard owner's manual should say you can adjust the antifreeze mix down to even just -20F or so as it would cool better. Forget that unless extreme use. Hate to say NC and 100F isn't hot but mountain driving, trailer hauling, stronger A/C wanted and used and so on the better cooling the better and forget efficiency for fuel. Engines cost more than fuel.
A true fan clutch can be bad every 5 years or just gets weaker by the year. They can be replaced with HD ones on trucks especially - go ahead and google out a parts site and look (just for the info) on cooling system parts applicable to your truck exactly. You'll find brand choices and assorted options.


When in any doubt and you don't absolutely know get it checked out and serviced if it hasn't been. There is a schedule for changing antifreeze at least.


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Own a total HD truck myself. Shyed away from much truck stuff simply for space reasons so less experience on my part on the extreme options for trailer hauling up to aftermarket options for cooling. My own has a cooler for everything and actually hate that but all works fine. Needed and wanted for extremes but also another thing to break IMO for my personal needs and would opt out if bought new - most would want anything and everything for extreme working vehicles.


I suggest you just check that services are up to date, check that antifreeze and condition of radiator plus fan clutch as best you can or get an opinion from a shop.


Heat kills engines, lack of oil change service also kills engine. It all counts. This is the hot time for most of the lower48 states even here in New England. Same as NC - annoyingly hot for a shorter while here than you but same idea.


Point is you and normally folks go all year and don't pay attention to the extremes upon us by season so we notice and good that you do,


T

Response From Dylan Lowery

Okay thank you! You're very helpful. I'm going to take it to the shop Monday a d let him change the fluids and have him inspect the radiator and fan. I'll update the thread when I find out What the problem is. Thank you!

Response From Dylan Lowery

Well I got the oil changed and all fluids checked. They were all good. I went ahead and put a new thermostat in and the gauge line seems to be at a steady point while driving. But its still only goes 1/4 of the way up so I reckon I'll change the fan or something..?

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Dylan - Relax for a bit and either learn what it's supposed to behave like or get things checked as you did BUT........
Saw your private message that said it isn't leaking anything - keep the questions in here for ideas and suggestions from all.


Start from the top. You noticed it reads warm to hot on a gauge on your dash during a rather warm spell and there will be. You said NC I'm in MA so similar only meaning it's not like I don't see 100F temps and what they do. I go inside and try not to stare at gauges for the worst of it - just calm down.


I can't say exactly what is used for this truck for every detail of it's cooling system just that a traditional layout engine like this are frequently belt driven fans with a clutch for cooling the engine by pulling air thru the radiator. It's now old to a vehicle so the radiator, fan driven by clutch and antifreeze are as old or do you know? If you just got this say so. Owning a vehicle you are in charge of keeping track of when things were done and what it due to be done on a schedule. Fine, you just had an oil change, fluids checked (tons but which ones and how checked?) and new thermostat and now you say your temp gauge reads 1/4 of it's way "up" as you put it and pretty much stays there. This layout it really should choose ONE spot for warmed up and stay there Summer temps or Winter. New thermostat job is usually a great time to flush out coolant and put in new and it isn't clear that was done? Seriously - in general if you had this done by a shop it would be suggested to flush it out and many would have to take out old thermostat anyway and drain antifreeze and would put back new with any suggestion of a hot running engine by you mentioned - so need to know what it really looked like when there and what they really did or if you don't know how can we?


Let's focus on outside temps and temps you see on this truck. It is/was warmer but nothing out of control. It would if at the same time you were hauling a heavy load, hills bring out the weak areas of a cooling system but if all was well not really that hot for a vehicle. 100F even is actually cold to your engine itself. They run at closer to 200F or so normally plus or minus a little. Some engines (all electric controlled fans on many) will run warmer on the gauge and are warmer and normal. This one shouldn't really fluctuate that much or at all ONCE at it's temp of the rating of the thermostat. Got it?


When you come to a stop or shut down an engine like to get fuel the temp goes up in engine a bit, some will spike as seen on a gauge and when started quickly go back to normal for each vehicle. At that time the cooling system's condition matters and shows that it works well by coming into normal. If it couldn't that's a problem.


YOU MAY NOT HAVE A PROBLEM? It's good to pay attention so you know what to expect and when it isn't right.
Suggestions have already been made. Of all you now have an ordinary oil change (wasn't on the list) and a new thermostat and said there are no leaks and temps read -- I think you mean OK by saying 1/4 up? So what do you want any of us to do?


If the fan clutch is worrying you replace it. They are a common replacement item and there should be choices for a truck of how heavy duty you want or need.


It appears you are not doing any of this work by what you said so the questions should be to the tech/mechanic or just who or what situation did you choose? Just anyone with some fair know how or a trained tech/shop set up?
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DYLAN! If you are that unfamiliar with what is normal and what service needs this truck should have on a routine. These things will be listed out in an owner's manual. The common suggestions of any machine will naturally say to use the dealer for that and parts sold by the dealer. That's not practical or possible for all so many shops and techs for vehicles are out there.


It's up to you to care for it like about anything, vehicle or not or seek help. The web and sites like this can help but is not a replacement for in person inspection with suggestions if you are in doubt about anything about it...........


Tom