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post #21 of 44 (permalink) Old 12-11-2013, 10:32 PM
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post #22 of 44 (permalink) Old 05-17-2014, 08:32 PM
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I know that alot has been explained here but I'm still having issues with getting this fan going. So I read on one of the forums that if i unhooked the Temp sensor that it would kick the fan on which that didn't work so i tried applying direct power to the fan and it worked then i saw on another forum to run a ground from the Y/R wire that comes out of the fan relay under the seat to check the relay and it turned on. So when I unplugged the temp sensor i checked the wires and the only one that showed power only from the brown wire on the relay. I'm kind of lost in all the forums and got my head spinning haha. Ive seen that the ECU can cause issues and it had been replaced before i bought the bike. I really need to know a for sure way to kick the fan on with only the bike haha. Any help would be much appreciated I'm new to the raptor 700 so pics would be very helpful to Please help. thanks for any help. I'm also very new to the forum still figuring it out.
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One of the crucial steps which you may of missed, behind the fusebox there is 2 wires wrapped in some black plastic, within this is a fuse link. Check this fuse link or make sure there is no corrosion on the terminals.
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The bullet connectors? If so i have checked them and they are fine. haha my mind is blown right now trying to figure out why it aint working lol
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Did you put a meter across the circuit breaker to verify it is ok?
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Not sure what exactly what that is or where its at sorry and i don't have a meter just a dummy light that i ground and touch a wire to see if its hot or not lol
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Now one thing to remember, the bike has got to be really hot before the fan comes on. I take it your dash light is coming on to indicate overheat?
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I can't get you pictures as I have sold my Raptor, I know it is behind the relays and fusebox, it is secured to the harness with I think red tape? (don't quote me on that). But it is a plastic sleeve that just looks odd, like it should not be there.
It has two bullet connectors that are within clear boots, that is all I can remember, you're going to have to dig into the harness and find it.... under the seat behind the relays!
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My light has not came on yet ive just never heard it come on and thats why i asked if unplugging that temp sensor would cause the fan to kick on or not because if that doesn't kick it on then i need to try something else to get the bike to kick it on because i know ive had it hot enough to where the fan should of came on or at least one would have thought it would've sorry im very new to this bike haha
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I really appreciate any help lol
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