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I am riding my 2005 Yamaha R6 in the city i tend to overheat

When i am riding in the city i tend to overheat on my bike how can i stop this.

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    jrodder01r6 Apr 25, 2009

    my 2001 r6 overheats too, when my bike gets up to 218 degrees the fuse for the fan pops. i changed the fan thinking that it wasn't working but unfortenitly it's still popping the fuse. i checked my thermo switch by unpluging it and hooking up a jumper wire to the plug but the fan just twitches. my bike stays around 180 witch is ok while im in motion. anyone have any suggestions??

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Check the RAD FAN is working when bike is up to heat, fan should be kicking on at 220f 105c

also thermostat switch in rad and relay are working

Posted on Apr 16, 2009

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I found the problem with my fan not working, seems that there was a wire harness hitting the fan blade cousing it not to turn when it was supposed to come on there for popping the fuse. i just moved the harness out of the way of the fan and now it works fine..

Posted on Apr 26, 2009

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Kill the machine for the moment then chek cooling fan, if there god working looking water level in radiator, if min limited give the water and try stater again, good luke... ''!!!!!

Posted on Apr 16, 2009

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