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When i turn on the ignition on 06 gsxr 600 amessage comes up on the dash check temp it goes off when i drive it . i have checked it for coolant

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I've had the same thing on my Honda Magna and a person I know the same on his Suzuki GSX R 600. At first we were told it was the computer going through a system check on start up, then a year later he had a temperature sensor replaced cause it would turn the cooling fan on when the engine was still in warm up. I'll be changing mine in the sprint (I'll have the bike shop do it) cause my engine seams to get ripping hot before the fan come on. So take it from that, it's got something to do with the temperature switch/sensor.

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