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Fuse/relay or fluid being low run power to the fan and make sure it comes on then start looking for the cause fuse is useally the problem friends wasent working kept blowing fuses but he only filled the overflow never checked the rad. Itself it was low filled it and bled the system now no more troubles
 

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The most common problem is the circuit breaker. Look under the drivers seat plastic just above the skid plate in the wiring harness. There will be a limp of electrical tape and its in there. its best to relocate it up behind the drivers seat to keep it drier.
 

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What Bruce said! There is a lengthy thread on here. I think it's started by him as well.
 

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Kevin,

There is a coolant temperature sensor mounted on the cylinder head...it sticks out the front of the head pointed to the back of the passenger seat.

If that sensor has become unplugged or damaged...that could cause your problem.

It provides a signal to the ECU that tells the fan to start.

I don't recall there is one, but there might be a connector at the fan motor that is dirty, damaged or unplugged.

Just a couple of things to look at first.

Pirate
 
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