How can i replace the parts if the shop always need a sample?

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Asked by Jun 23, 2012 at 04:59 AM about the 1996 Chevrolet Blazer 4 Door LS 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

The old engine fan was missing when I bought this car from the old owner and it is only using electrical
auxillairy fan attached to the radiator, thus when the AC is turned on the temperature gauge goes up
fast and it will cause overheating. Can you give me please the parts number of the original engine fan
and accompanied by detailed drawing?

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Fan: DORMAN Part # 620602. I also assume since there was no fan, you'll need the fan clutch which attaches to the water pump. HAYDEN Part # 2786 . There was also a fan shroud that can OEM, is that still attached to the radiator?

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Fan Clutch

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The fan gets attached to the clutch and that attaches to the front of the engine at the pulleys, not sure to what accessory. I stated the water pump in my first message, I could be wrong.

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Toms info is perfect and the clutch does attach to the water pump. if your electric fan is working you may also want to clean out the fin of the condenser and radiator to make sure you have air flow through them. this is a common problem

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Thank you so much Tom and Mike and now i have the exact parts and proper procedure and analysis, hopefully overheating will be terminated.

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