FAN CLUCH ASSEMBLY COST

Asked by Apr 04, 2014 at 04:37 PM about the 2002 Chevrolet Blazer LS 4-Door RWD

Question type: General

WHAT IS THE NORMAL COST AT A PARTS HOUSE AND HOW MANY HRS TO REPLACE.

4 Answers

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OE fan clutch should run you around $50-$60. Should take 30mins to install.

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Yes and a very easy DIY project

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Go online and check for discount coupons. When I lived in the States I saved a ton of money using Advanced Auto Parts coupons. I ordered online and coup pick up my parts in less then one hour. Sure wish I could do that here in the Philippines.

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Tom has the best answer. Way to go again Tom. You just have to remember to use the correct tools and if you have a torque wrench, it is advisable to use it as this may be aluminum and it will strip the bolts easily.

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