Question about 2004 MV Agusta F4 1000 S
That is likely a fan issue, try to stright wire the fan. hook up the wires stright to the battery pos and Neg post- thru a fuse link, or make your own, using spade type crimp on ends, make a set of wires with one female spade term on the end - get a few fuses and plug the fuse in the spade terms and hook that up to your fan to see if she blows. This may take a few mints. the fan may run longer set up this way.
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
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