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I have 2008 gtr650 and my cooling fan is not coming. The bike is over heating. I've never heard the fan come on. I was riding yesterday and it got hot I was in stop and go traffic I pulled over until it cooled off. Can you help thx

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Check the fuses??then burp ur system. take off rad cap and let run till hot. This will release any air in tank. You will get some over spill. Let run at least ten minutes at IDLE. If you romp on it with the cap off, the mess will get big quick

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