#16 is the part but at $120 thru courtesyparts.com makes an Efan swap even more affordible. Heck, I think I only payid 150 total for my dual efan set-up with controller.
I think these steps should be swapped a little. It is easier to remove the plastic fan from the "clutch" first and the nthe clutch from the pulley. If not you will cut your hand/arm up pretty well on the plastic.They are considerably cheaper at autozone, at least for first gens, check there. Pretty easy swap, You will have to take the fan shroud off....pull the 4 nuts holding the fan/clutch onto the pulley, then pull the whole fan/clutch unit out, replace clutch and rebolt on.
Yea, once you split the shroud and remove it, you have a few inches between the fan and the radiator.Fair enough. Thats how I do it on the pathy/1st gen, but I have very limited fan/rad clearance. You guys probably have more.