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3.3 VISCOUS FAN CLUTCH
The fan is connected to the engine by means of a viscous fan clutch. If, under certain circumstances, the heat is not sufficiently dissipated by the air flow passing through the radiator, the fan will have to draw in extra cooling air through the radiator. In a viscous fan clutch, the drive torque is transmitted by a silicone fluid.
The fan clutch is divided into two chambers. In the working area (1) is the rotor (2), which is connected to the drive flange (7). The supply chamber (3) rotates freely round the drive flange
(7) and is connected to the fan. There is silicone fluid in the supply chamber (3). The opening (4) in the supply chamber (3) is closed by a valve (5).
The valve (5) is operated by a bimetallic strip (6). If the opening (4) in the supply chamber (3) is closed by the valve (5), no silicone fluid can enter the working area (1). The silicone fluid still present in the working area (1) will flow back to the supply chamber (3) through the bores (8). As only very little fluid will be left in the working area (1), there will be a great difference in rotating speed (slip) between the drive flange (7) and the supply chamber (3) with the fan.
When the air temperature increases, the bimetallic strip (6) will bend and the valve (5) will partially release the opening (4) in the supply chamber (3). Through this opening, a limited amount of silicone fluid can enter the working area (1) and flow past the rotor (2). This will cause friction, so that the difference in rotating speed (slip) between the drive flange (7) and the supply chamber (3) with the fan will decrease.
(6) will continue to bend and the opening (4) in the supply chamber (3) will be fully released. The further the opening (4) in the supply chamber (3) is released, the more silicone fluid will flow into the working area (1) and past the rotor (2). As a result of the increase in friction, the difference in rotating speed (slip) between the drive flange (7) and the supply chamber (3) will further decrease.
4.2 REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION, OIL COOLER
Removing the oil cooler
1. Drain the coolant. See Draining and filling.
2. Remove the lubricating oil filter.
3. Remove the turbocharger oil supply pipe.
4. Remove the attachment bolts from the oil cooler and remove the oil cooler.
Installing the oil cooler
1. Fit the oil cooler with new gaskets and tighten the attachment bolts to the specified torque and in the specified sequence. See Technical data.
2. Tighten the oil supply pipe to the specified torque. See Technical data.
3. Fit the lubricating oil filter.
4. Fill the cooling system.
5. Run the engine briefly, and check that the oil cooler does not leak.
6. Check the lubricating oil level.
7. Check the coolant level.