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Superior Toyota automobiles call for exceptional parts... clearly.

If you find yourself stranded and are in need of parts to fix your Toyota, then we can help you. Obviously, Toyota is known for a variety of features and options and Japanese engineering. But you have to keep it running by purchasing Cooling Fan Clutch parts that don't break the bank. If you drive a Toyota, you should recognize that keeping it in good shape is important. All Toyota drivers will figure out that the best parts, especially replacement Cooling Fan Clutch, are the only ones that hardcore enthusiasts will put on their vehicle.

Finally... you are changing your ride's Cooling Fan Clutch.

Older cars and trucks without electric cooling fans had them mechanically actuated by either a thermal or non-thermal cooling fan clutch. If you want your Toyota 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 Toyota cooling fan clutch soon, or your engine could overheat and cause serious damage.

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