The fan mounted to the dilute pump on an S-10 pickup that's equipped with the 4.3-liter engine is baggage of the fan clutch. These two components are mounted to the irrigate pump via a defined mount and can be gargantuan to remove without the Correct tools. Once you hog those tools--which you can pay for at most district Car parts stores--you can remove the fan and fan clutch in all over 15 minutes or so. Then the fan itself comes off the clutch in less than five minutes.
1. Pop the hood. Unbolt the upper fan shroud from the core cornerstone on the engine using the 3/8-inch ratchet and socket.
2. Pull the fan off the clutch.
Then remove the assembly from the engine compartment.
4. Unbolt the fan from the fan clutch using the 3/8-inch ratchet and socket. Area the fan holding factor from the fan clutch removal thing establish onto two of the bolts that grip the fan to the fan clutch so that the item holds the fan stable.3. Distance the wrench from the fan clutch Emigration factor allot onto the hex-head nut connecting the fan clutch to the water pump. Turn the wrench against the fan holding tool so that the wrench is turning counterclockwise and loosens from the water pump.