Fan not starting anymore


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  • #6003
    Katatonia
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    Anyone else experienced this? I hardly noticed until today, engine getting to 7 bars on idle, and fan is not turning on?

    Anyone got tips to troubleshoot? Hard to do when i cant have the bike running without sitting on it :/

    #11383
    PDSOUNDS
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    Mine never gets over 4 bars. And when it’s on 4 bars idling, the fan starts.

    #11385
    Anonymous

    why do you have to sit on the bike to run it?

    #11389
    kungfupoulet
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    Same here. Temps never go above 4 bars.

    #11391
    NeoRetro
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    Check your fuse box OP

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 4 months ago by NeoRetro.
    #11950
    Thearrowisblack
    Participant

    The fan has a lone fuse, have you checked it?

     

    #26036
    Thearrowisblack
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    Helpful

    #26671
    X1
    Participant

    When the fan didnt start, did it have a high pitches eeeeeee sound?

    #26679
    SvartGuy
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    I had an issue with this a few months ago, fan just died randomly after the first service (around 600 miles). The bike would get pretty  hot at stop lights, almost full bars at one point on a hot day, even a bit of coolant overflowed.. took it to the dealership and they said it was the temp fan. No issues since, but interesting thing is that there was a rubber gasket that fell out of something that was lodged in the fan. I don’t know if this was dropped into the fan assembly during service or if it came off of the fan housing 💁‍♂️
    Also no audible sounds when the fan died since it wasn’t the fan motor that went bad but instead the temp sensor

    #26680
    SvartGuy
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    I had an issue with this a few months ago, fan just died randomly after the first service (around 600 miles). The bike would get pretty  hot at stop lights, almost full bars at one point on a hot day, even a bit of coolant overflowed.. took it to the dealership and they said it was the temp fan. No issues since, but interesting thing is that there was a rubber gasket that fell out of something that was lodged in the fan. I don’t know if this was dropped into the fan assembly during service or if it came off of the fan housing 💁‍♂️
    Also no audible sounds when the fan died since it wasn’t the fan motor that went bad but instead the temp sensor

    #26832
    PakotterPilen
    Participant

    maybe blown fuse.

     

    #35622
    Van City Vit
    Participant

    My fan just started making a high pitch sound like you described, any thoughts?

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