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1996 1500 kawasaki vulcan i put a new fan switch on it and the fan wont come on but if you jumper it it turns on

Turn on use a jumper wire and it turns on

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Fan should only come on when requred due to heat. If it comes on with jumper, it works. If you have proof that you are hot enough for the fan to come on and it does not, replace the switch that senses the heat.

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well i would try the switch and see and if that doesnt work then check the wiring for a loose connection or ground or maybe it could be as ez as checking the light bulb it might be loose in the socket

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Have 2002 Vulcan 1600 Drifter. The tail and brake lights will not work. They were working rear turn signals do. It blew the fuse twice, now it is not blowing the fuse but still no lights. Got power to the fuse and leaving it not arriving at the rear light. The plug in,before it goes inside the rear fender, what color wires are what so I can check if things are arriving there O.K.?

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