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Old 05-26-2010, 09:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Question about the removal of the clutch fan

I'm installing a new fan clutch on my 94 318is and I need to know if the bolt that holds it on needs to be turned clock or counter-clock-wise.

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I'm installing a new fan clutch on my 94 318is and I need to know if the bolt that holds it on needs to be turned clock or counter-clock-wise.

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Clockwise to loosen........




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Using a 32mm open end wrench in clockwise direction........a good shot with a large rubber mallet into the wrench clockwise.....



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