Question about 2001 kawasaki ZX-6R Ninja
Unplug the connectors of the fan and give it directly 12Volt DC supply. ( be careful of the colours so as not to charge it wrong).
If the fan works, then your problem is probably at your temperature sensor. That looks like a spark plug, with two wires on top side, and must be somewhere at the top side of your radiator close to the filling cap. Unscrew it, adjust a multimeter to it and set the meter at Ohm scale anywhere close to 02 - 20 Ohm. Get a lighter, heat the copper side but not so hard, and check if you get indication after a while on your meter. If I'm right, you should't see any sign of current, ( no indication). If you have, put it back as it was, tight it, fill the radiator if you are missing liquid, and then check the rest of the wiring.
BUT first, go to your fuse box, and simply check your fuse...
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