1965-1967 Schwitzer Style Fan ClutchCorrect reproduction
Functionally correct in every way
Flat rectangular Bi-Metallic thermostatic element
Uses modern technology to operate more effectively
New design seals offer greater leak resistance
Modern ball bearings insure no "wobble", smooth operation up to 9000 RPM
Fully engaged at 165 degrees F to obtain maximum cooling
The fan clutch is a coupling between the water pump shaft and the fan blade that allows the fan to be operational at low speeds and disconnected at higher speeds. With the engine off, and the engine cold, the fan should be free to turn. Once the engine is warmed up, the fan should be much more difficult to turn. It also should not free turn after the engine is shut off.