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As an SUV owner, you probably do everything you can to save fuel, but you may not know that you have to pay attention to your parts as well as your driving habits . For instance, the fan clutch in your Explorer isn't exactly an essential component, but it can save you a lot of extra power by disengaging the cooling fan when the engine is at a stable, acceptable operating temperature.
Of course, if the fan clutch gets broken in the disengaged position, your engine will soon overheat while idling. If that happens, you'll find yourself paying way more for towing. Bad clutches can also mess up your AC system, cost you fuel economy, cause your heater to stay cool or wear down the fan bearings. If you've been experiencing any of these kinds problems, visit PartsGeek.com today to find out how you can fix them.
We stock these Fan Clutch brands for the Ford Explorer: ReplacementHaydenMotorcraftSKPGMBFour SeasonsGPDDIY Solutions
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What is a fan clutch?
Often thought of as a non-essential part of the cooling system, the fan clutch is anything but useless. The clutch is a thermostatic mechanical or electronic device that reads the temperature of the air flowing past it, and once the air becomes cool enough, the clutch engages, and your fan stops spinning. If the air becomes hot again, the clutch disengages, and the fan begins its rapid spinning once again, as it attempts to cool the radiator.
What does a fan clutch cost?
Here at PartsGeek.com, we sell Hayden, Motorcraft, Four Seasons, GMB and GPD fan clutch replacement parts for your Ford Explorer. Prices range between $30 and $250, and we offer a 30-day return policy to ensure you are happy with your purchase. Feel free to contact our fantastic service department with any questions you may have about which fan clutch is right for your SUV.
What are the symptoms of a failing fan clutch?
Because the fan clutch is part of your car’s cooling system, one of the first signs your fan clutch may be failing is finding your engine is overheating. If the fan isn’t cooling as it should, heat doesn’t dissipate. The second sign your clutch may be going bad is a decrease in the engine’s acceleration or even a drop in fuel efficiency. When a fan stays engaged, it causes a decrease in your engine’s performance by putting a “drag” on the engine. The third symptom of a failing fan clutch is a loud, noisy fan. If the clutch doesn’t change positions as it was meant to, it may get stuck in one position and a screeching noise results.
Fan Clutches available for the following Ford Explorer years: 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1997, 1996, 1995, 10, 09, 08, 07, 06, 05, 04, 03, 02, 01, 00, 99, 98, 97, 96, 95. This part is also sometimes called Ford Explorer Fan Clutches. We stock fan clutch parts for most Ford models including F150, F250 Super Duty, F350 Super Duty, Ranger, F350, F250, Expedition, F550 Super Duty, F450 Super Duty, Explorer Sport Trac, Excursion, F700, Mustang, Bronco, F650, E350 Super Duty, F-250 HD, F Super Duty, F750, E150 Econoline, E350 Econoline, F800, E450 Super Duty, Thunderbird, Bronco II, F53, Aerostar, E150 Econoline Club Wagon, Crown Victoria, F100, E350 Econoline Club Wagon, E250 Econoline, E250, F600, Econoline Super Duty, E150, E350 Club Wagon, LCF, LTD Crown Victoria and Galaxie 500.