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2004 Suzuki Eiger. My cooling fan is no longer coming on. Used to work fine and came on. For some reason it no longer does and the engine light will come on now when it's hot. Cannot locate my owners manual.

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Check all fan connections and fuse for the fan. Also the Relay for the thermo fan. The fan also has a thermostat, that is most likely the cause, a faulty thermostat or Relay.
Sorry i cannot tell you exactly where these are located on your model.

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