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I have 2005 yamaha r6 overheating

Runs hot and turns off

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Check your collant level and if it is full run the bike for 10-15 minutes at idle and see if the fan turnes on. If it does not then either your fan is burned out or you need a temp. control sensor for your fan. To test the fan connect 12 volts DC the the fan plug (check polarity) and it should run and if it does then you need a fan control sensor. If the fan runs as it should, start the process over but with the filler cap off the coolant resivoir. Run the bike again but take a temp reading from the coolant. If it is within manufactures specs, then the thermostat is working. If is is too hot, replace the t-stat.

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Cheak the air filter you can clean it in water and let it dry then put it back in it needs to be clean so that the engine can "breathe" easier the air filter is a piece of foam in a plastic case

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