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Old 01-25-2013, 09:12 PM
jhurless jhurless is offline
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Originally Posted by dredreson View Post
Lol...I can admit that I don't know **** about cars. I can do your Calculus, Physics and Organic Chemistry homework though.

My mechanic claims that my failed fan clutch caused my belt to break. Is this possible?

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It is unlikely that it was the fan clutch. If your water pump seized, it would cause the belt to rub against a non-rotating pulley and burn up. If the water pump bearing blew out, it could cause the pulley to throw the belt. While it is possible the fan clutch is bad, that is not the most likely cause of your problem.

Last edited by jhurless; 01-25-2013 at 09:14 PM.
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