Lately, my engine started to overheat (to the point that the radiator exploded, but that's another story).
I have repaired the radiator (and checked for clogged channels, etc), changed the thermostat, but seems that the problem is the fan.
So, I decided to replace the fan clutch, but without too much success.
Here, in Romania, is hard to find a suitable fan wrench, so I have tried with a big adjustable wrench (it is the infamous 2000 clutch, that's fixed by the means of a big nut). No chance. I have tried to block the pulley with a screwdriver (used as a lever, against two of the bolts on the pulley), but all I did was to bend the screwdriver, without the nut getting loose.
I will try tomorrow, once again, if not, I will go to the stealership.
Meanwhile, I would like to know if anyone ever tried this: Pirate4x4.Com - Fan Clutch Trail Repair
The soonest I can have a fan clutch is within two weeks and I desperatly need the Jeep meanwhile. So, supposing I willl manage to get the fan clutch out, would the fix, presented before, work in the case of Jeep clutches as well?