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My fan don't turn on so my bike overheats - 2005 Yamaha YZF-R6

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Disconnect the fan motor and apply 12v to it. If it comes on the motor is good. If it does not, replace the fan motor. If it comes on, then your temperature sending unit is bad and not telling the fan to come on, replace the sensor.

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