The Fan Clutch is a component of the cooling system that varies the fan speed to meet the cooling needs of the engine. These fan clutches are manufactured to ensure performance and durability.
- Fan speed varies with temperature of the air
- When engaged provides maximum cooling
- When disengaged provides fuel savings and less noise
- Briefly engaged at cold start-up
- Engages at about 170° of external radiator temperature, (about 30° lower than coolant temperature)
- Backed by a one-year warranty
- Proudly manufactured in the United States
Flex-a-lite provides a host of replacement parts for your cooling system, which has a primary job of efficient heat transfer to keep your engine running cool and safe. The cooling system includes a great many parts, including a radiator, fan, water pump, thermostat, etc. that together ensure smooth and efficient operation. If you want to keep your cooling system always in great condition, opt for heavy-duty Flex-a-lite products that guarantee your vehicle a long and happy life. The parts are made using high-grade materials and cutting-edge manufacturing technologies. They are designed to replace your defective factory units so that the cooling system functions as it should, while contributing to the overall performance of your vehicle. Best yet, all Flex-a-lite items are backed by an unbeatable one-year warranty that gives you the confidence you deserve.
Flex-a-lite® is a third-generation business that has been in the automotive industry for over half a century. In 1962, Eddy Davis, who was an Army Air Corps pilot in England during the Second World War, set up Flex-a-lite with the original ‘flex fan’ concept. The company is currently based in Fife, Washington, and run by Lisa Chissus, Eddy’s granddaughter. Lisa is the one who invented the now patented Flex-a-fit radiator sidetank design that provides superior heat transfer. Though Flex-a-lite continues to look for innovative performance cooling solutions, one thing that hasn't changed since the company's foundation is that all products are still engineered and manufactured in the USA, with American hands.