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So my bike just keep over heating, the fan wont turn on and i just bought a new sensor and still not thing. i have put power to the fan and it works i just cant figure this out maybe someone can help me. PLEASE!

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    Jeff Turcotte Sep 07, 2010

    maybe there is a relay that is broken. I don't know this bike, but just guessing.

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Ur rocket has a wire harness problem and u must be the inspector-u will need a tech manual to guide u--never replace parts by guess

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