Very well written, the dealer seems like they are full of sh%$ sometimes and it comes at our cost. The problem with people lie not in their ingnorance, but what they know that is not so. Clearly, dealerships and service departments are completely incompetant at times when it comes to solving problems. Fortunately, this forum can establish some degree of accountability.stlraptor said:First and foremost, thanks a bunch!!
1. got the "good" fuel pump.
2. found the two connectors this morning, looked like they might not be all the way together. Shoved them together, went riding all day, and WOW, I have a fan.
Now this pissed me off because the "experts" at the dealership told me they checked front to back and found NOTHING wrong with the fan. In fact, I think we are going to have a little chat about their $899 extended RIP-OFF!!
Anyway, thanks for sharing great info, and one last thing...where is the TPS sensor plug so I can check it out??
In that case I would cut the connectors out and solder them together, or use blade connectors. Just remeber to tape them up or better yet use heat shrink tubing.sikraptor700 said:I fixed my fan plugs and my fan still hasnt come on, I migh cut them off and put new connectors on.