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HAYABUSA FAN FAN WORKS WHEN TESTED. WILL NOT COME ON WHEN ENGINE GETS HOT. HAVE CHECKED FUSES AND FAN

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    TONY Apr 20, 2014

    WE CHANGED THE TEMP SENSOR AND CHECKED ALL WIRES AND FUSE. WE HAD TO PUT AN AUX. FAN ON TO KEEP THE TEMP DOWN.

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Have you checked the temp sender , it triggers the fan to come on when it reaches required temp ? either in the rad or the head and looped into the fan wires !

Posted on Apr 19, 2014

Testimonial: "I MEANT TO TELL YOU WE CHANGED THE TEMP SENSOR. WE CHECKED TO SEE IF THE FAN WORKS ON IT'S ON. WE HAD TO PUT ANOTHER FAN ON TO KEEP THE TEMPERATURE DOWN. THE RADIATOR WAS FLUSHED LAST YEAR. THE FUSES AND ALL CONNECTS ARE OK."

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    Guy Bagsby Mar 12, 2016

    Check WIRING to temp~sensor......

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