Question about 2000 Honda VF 750 C Magna
You can test the fan by simply unplugging the single wire that attaches to the fan thermal switch and touching it to ground. With the ignition switch on, the fan should spin when you do this. If it does spin, then you've most likely got a bad thermal switch.
Your bike has two thermally activated switches: one for the temp gauge - and one to operate the fan. The temp gauge switch has two wires going to it, while the fan switch just ahs one wire.
Also, check that the coolant temp light bulb is not burnt out. FYI: Feeling what seems to be a great amount of heat coming off your bike's liquid cooled engine is normal, especially on warm days. If the cooling system has the proper amount of coolant in it - and is not boiling over, then the engine is probably not overheating.
Posted on Sep 30, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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