Question about 2003 Suzuki GSX 1300 RZ Hayabusa
THE MOST OBVIOUSE REASON FOR THE FAN NOT COMING ON IS THE LACK OF WATER IN THE SYSTEM, IGNORE THE COOLANT BOTTLE, GO STRAIGHT TO THE RADIATOR AND CHECK FOR COOLANT ASSUMING YOU DO HAVE COOLANT, YOU COULD ALSO DO 1 OTHER TEST.WHEN YOU SAY YOU STRAIGHT WIRED TE FAN, DO YOU MEAN YOU PUT A LIVE FROM THE BATTERY TO THE FAN AND IT WORKED? HAVE YOU TRIED LOCATING THE THERMAL SWITCH LOCATED ON THE RADIATOR THIS WILL HAVE 2 WIRES ON IT, IT ACTS AS A THERMOSTAT WHEN THE WATER GETS UP TO TEMP(IE THE REASON FOR WATER PRESENCE) THE SWITCH ALOWS POWER TO CROSS THROUGH TO THE FAN,, JOIN TOGETER BOTH WIRES AT THIS SWITCH WITH THE IGNITION ON IF THE FAN THEN WORKS AND YOU HAVE CHECKED THE ABOVE I WOULD SUSPECT THE SWITCH IS AT FAULT.BEFORE REPLACING TEST IT USING A MULTI METERE
Posted on Aug 30, 2010
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