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On my qlink pegasus the radiator fan is not

On my 2006 qlink pegasus the radiator fan is not kicking on the thermostat is opening, I tested the fan and it works whatever kicks it on it just not working help please

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Buddy somefans dont kick in till they hit 105c take it too this temperaturand see if this works also when you ride atmoshere air goes through the raiator to cool it aswell

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