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Hi there i have a problem with thermo fans not working, i have checked fuse box but its good the bike is moto morini veloce

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Hi there i had the same prob with my fans , try to press on the centre of the fan it will work again it is the brushes that are worn .re dom.

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Hi dunmpy,
 there are some things to check with the bike to diagnose the problem.  

  1. When the bike is cold, turn on the ignition and check with a test light or multimeter that the fan has 12 volts to it
  2. If so,it is the earthy side of the fan being switched. 
  3. If there is no voltage on the fan, connect your test light between the battery +ve terminal and check each terminal of the fans.
  4.  If it lights up then it is 12 volts you have determined that it is being switched with a dedicated earth to the fan.
  5.  If there is no 12 volts, and no dedicated earth, I expect that there is a fault in the chassis -ve connection to the fans. 

From here, where there is a dedicated earth, and you have determined that it is good with your test light, 
  1. get the bike to the temperature that you normally expect the fans to fire up. 
  2. The fans will be supplied 12v when they are supposed to come on. Check to see if that happens.
 If not, are a few options of what it may be. 
  1. Either a faulty thermostat,
  2.  a faulty relay switching 12 volts (or earth) to the fans,
  3. faulty wiring/connectors failing  connecting any of the above. 
Following the above  should tell us what is happening, and guide you to where the trouble may be. Bike wiring is a nightmare to diagnose. Usually it is a connector that has failed or has had water in it. You may need to purchase a shop manual to assist you with troubleshooting. I have a had a quick look on the net, but came up with nothing. Thanks for using FixYa. Happy to talk to you more about the problem. A FixYa is a great reward for my time in taken to get this info to you. Cheers
regards robotek 

Using the test light connected 
  1.  do you have voltage on the fans 
When you expect the fans to be running.

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    Graeme Ross Jan 11, 2009

    Disregard the last 3 lines of my post. Didnt see them still there when posting...should have been edited out. 

    How did you go...any updates?


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