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02 sportsman 500ho... Need ur help! What shud I do.. I did tried bypass fan test and fan does work .. Fuse? Is it inside the bag? Thanks
 

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If you're talking about, you bypassed the temp. sensor in the radiator and the fan worked, then the sensor is faulty.
If you've hot wired the fan from the battery, you've only proven that the fan works.
 

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Just went through this.

If you're talking about, you bypassed the temp. sensor in the radiator and the fan worked, then the sensor is faulty.
If you've hot wired the fan from the battery, you've only proven that the fan works.
What he said, if you jump the temp sensor off the rad and the fan does not fire up, then you most likely have a bad fuse. Check my thread HERE

Fuse in question is under the seat (at least on my '09) and to the upper right of the clutch housing beside the airbox, taped into a mess of wires. Take the fuse out and do a continuity test on it with a multimeter.....if no continuity, get a new one from a parts store.
 

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02 sportsman 500ho... Need ur help! What shud I do.. I did tried bypass fan test and fan does work .. Fuse? Is it inside the bag? Thanks
Welcome back Bro!


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Just went through this.

If you're talking about, you bypassed the temp. sensor in the radiator and the fan worked, then the sensor is faulty.
If you've hot wired the fan from the battery, you've only proven that the fan works.
What he said, if you jump the temp sensor off the rad and the fan does not fire up, then you most likely have a bad fuse. Check my thread HERE

Fuse in question is under the seat (at least on my '09) and to the upper right of the clutch housing beside the airbox, taped into a mess of wires. Take the fuse out and do a continuity test on it with a multimeter.....if no continuity, get a new one from a parts store.
Ok thanks I'll look to it


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If you're talking about, you bypassed the temp. sensor in the radiator and the fan worked, then the sensor is faulty.
If you've hot wired the fan from the battery, you've only proven that the fan works.
Ok thanks I'll ck it out


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Just went through this.

If you're talking about, you bypassed the temp. sensor in the radiator and the fan worked, then the sensor is faulty.
If you've hot wired the fan from the battery, you've only proven that the fan works.
What he said, if you jump the temp sensor off the rad and the fan does not fire up, then you most likely have a bad fuse. Check my thread HERE

Fuse in question is under the seat (at least on my '09) and to the upper right of the clutch housing beside the airbox, taped into a mess of wires. Take the fuse out and do a continuity test on it with a multimeter.....if no continuity, get a new one from a parts store.
Ok thanks I'll look to it
One more thing what or which sensor? What does it look like? Thanks

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Sensor is in the left side of the radiator. Should be a plug connector on it. Undo the connector and use a piece of wire to jump the lead that goes back up into the machine...... Not the one that goes back into the radiator.

If the fan fires up then your sensor is bad. If the fan does not goo then the fuse is most likely blown or an off chance that the relay is pooched.
 

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Ok much appreciated it.. I was looking at the right side and cut the pooch bag to check the part inside the bag.. Which it shud b on left I'll look at it thank u


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Awesome! Thanks for the pics!! More clear to understand this!


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Yes I gotcha !! It was exact part that I looked for on eBay .. Thanks again


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