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2nd Generation Dodge Non-Powertrain

Discussion of the 1994 to 2002 2nd Generation Dodge Ram Trucks with 5.9L Cummins Turbo Diesel non-power train. This includes interior, air conditioning, heating, lighting, body, suspension, brakes, stereos, etc.

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    • Mopar1973Man
      Left hand threads for the fan clutch. So it reverse.
    • JAG1
      I think you loosen it clockwise Boss. It's an inch and 7/16ths will work.   So if the engine spins clockwise standing at the front it's always tightening when engine running. So to loosen you spin the nut clockwise also to get it off.   You need another tool to hold the pulley from spinning too, right?
    • dripley
      That would tell me reverse since the pulley spins clockwise. Now all I need is a wrench. Seems I left the one I have at work. 
    • JAG1
      The direction the engine turns is threaded to always tighten up so it's going to go loose if you could turn the engine the wrong way. IF this helps at all it's a mystery   More I think about it.... you loosen it the same direction the engine runs.
    • dripley
      Which way is the nut threaded, righty tighty lefty loosey or the reverse? About to take mine off and dont want to drive myself crazy, I know its on there good. I have plenty access.