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08 zx14 temp sensor bad

Fan will not run,bike is runing hot

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SOURCE: motorcycle running a little hot

The fan comes on around 212, when you put a full exhaust, the bike needs more fuel it needs a remap. They say that the stock computer can be flashed but you need a power commander and a BMC race air filter

Posted on Jun 28, 2009

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The most common fan problem Honda has with over heating is with the two wire fan switch on the radiator not working correctly. I think you have nailed it.

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SOURCE: 2007 Kawasaki zx14 temp gauge flashing hot to cold

on the 2007 that flashes hot and cold and wront start the cdi ecm unit is bad that is what runs all that

Posted on Jun 20, 2012

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on the 2007 that flashes hot and cold and wront start the cdi ecm unit is bad that is what runs all that

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