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2014 ,HS500UTV-4 OVER HEATING, FAN IS NOT COMING ON.IS THERE A FUSE OR RELAY SWITCH TO IT.

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It could either be a fuse/relay or the motor its self has burned out on the fan. I have had the motor go and cause the fuse to go out as well. Use user manual to locate relays/fuses, replace that or cheapest first. If does not work its the motor.

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