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How long shouldthe coolant fan on my vulcan nomad run when I ride? It seems to come on early in the ride and basically continues to run. It kicks on within the first ten minutes no matter what the outside air temperature is.

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I live in Minnesota . I vote for fuel stabilizer and charging the battery overnight once a month. In cold weather batteries hibernate in the cold and do not need constant tending (unless your vehicle has live electronics when it is turned off like a clock, or radio with memory,etc.) If you start and run your bike you will collect moisture in your exhaust(rust), on cool down you collect moisture all over your motor, waste fuel, run a high risk of fowling plugs, put extra wear and tear on your starter, and run down your battery starting your cycle in unfavorable conditions. Definitely: Stabil and charge once a month.

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Check all the connections make sure they aren't loose. Check the ignitor module and make sure it is plugged in correctly. Your rectifier might be dead or dying.
Might even be your side stand lockout switch. If that is dead you won't be going anywhere.

Posted on Jul 31, 2011

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The air should bleed out until coolant appears at the housing.
If air keeps coming back maybe a head gasket problem.
Is the cap good

Posted on Aug 03, 2011

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