On Wed, 10 Aug 2005 05:10:31 +0000, Bryan rearranged some electrons to
> "CJB" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>>I second that motion.
>> "Mark Olson" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>>> Bryan wrote:
>>> > Intermittently my F-150 Supercrew 2001 5.4(?)L (gasoline) truck will
>>> > like it's revving like crazy, but there's no added power to go with it.
>>> > having trouble remembering to look at the tachometer when this happens,
>>> > I think it really isn't increasing the rpm's. What it really sounds
>> like is
>>> > a big air sucking sound more than an increase in rpms. Does anyone
>>> > have
>>> > idea what I'm trying to describe and what it's all about? It even
>>> > seems
>>> > like a loss of power when this is happening.
>>> I'll bet it is the cooling fan clutch engaging. Does this only happen
>>> when it's hot and at low speed?
> So what is the deal with the cooling clutch fan? Is it behaving properly?
> If not ...
Normal, as long as it's not overheating.
David M (dmacchiarolo)
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