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Fan wire has become detatched

Hi I have a honda cbr600 fm 1991, the fan wire is still attached to the fan but has come loose the other end can anyone tell me where I have to re-attach it, as I attached it to the ftame and the fan is continiously on when I put the ignition on. Thanks

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Hi and welcome to the site,

The loose wire from the fan motor would go to a thermostatic switch. This would look like a stud with a single terminal. It would look like the image below.

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The thermostatic switch would be located on the front lower right section of the radiator. In the exploded parts diagram below, it would be #20.

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Good luck and thank you for asking.

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