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Cadillac Cooling Fan Clutch

Preserving your Cadillac running like new is important to you.

Your vehicle is renowned for a reputation for strength and unique styling, which is perhaps driving your passion for it. When you have a lot of love for a Cadillac, you should recognize that keeping it in good working order is important. Suppose a Cooling Fan Clutch malfunctions it can translate into an unquestionably dangerous experience for almost anyone. If you started to hear some unusual sounds and need some Cadillac replacement parts, then we're the place for you.

Driving with a broken Cooling Fan Clutch is a bad idea.

Before the days of electric cooling fans, engines employed either a thermal or non-thermal cooling fan clutch to activate the fan. If you want your Cadillac engine coolant to absorb heat the way it should, then the radiator fan needs to turn on when necessary. A thermal clutch, like your thermostat, has a bi-metal spring that expands and contracts with heat. A non-thermal clutch relies on the speed of the water pump pulley to engage or disengage when appropriate. Make sure you replace your broken Cadillac cooling fan clutch soon, or risk dangerously overheating your engine.

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