Fan Clutch by Beck Arnley
Beck Arnley Fan Clutch: What You Need to Know
When your engine starts to overheat and your fan clutch shows no signs of trying to cool it down, do you just go to your nearest auto parts store to get the first Beck Arnley fan clutch you see? Getting a new Beck Arnley fan clutch without knowing all the options might just make you go for the wrong component. To help you out, here is a summary of what you need to know about the Beck Arnley fan clutch:
Non-thermal Beck Arnley fan clutch
- Why it's a good choice: A non-thermal or torque-limiting fan clutch typically costs a couple of bucks less than its thermal counterpart, so it is a wise choice for those who need to replace their faulty fan clutch but don't have a big budget. Since it is always engaged, it also gives a consistent cooling performance.
- Where does it fit: This product usually works well as a replacement for a standard stock fan clutch in smaller vehicles and for normal driving applications.
Thermal Beck Arnley fan clutch
- Why it's a good choice: The thermal Beck Arnley fan clutch is a great choice for several reasons. Since it is equipped with a thermostatic coil, this product only operates when it is actually necessary. By providing more efficient cooling, it puts less stress on your engine, runs more quietly, and improves your fuel efficiency at the same time. The thermal Beck Arnley fan clutch also has three designs that can cater to a wider range of vehicles and applications: the standard-duty fan clutch, heavy-duty fan clutch, and severe-duty fan clutch.
- Where does it fit: Each thermal Beck Arnley fan clutch is specifically designed to work as an OEM replacement, so you can find an exact match for your vehicle. However, whether a standard-duty, heavy-duty, or severe-duty thermal fan clutch is the right one for you depends on your vehicle's airflow needs. In general, a standard-duty fan clutch goes well with standard sedans and light trucks. For vehicles that haul and tow, a heavy-duty or severe-duty Beck Arnley fan clutch would be the better pick.