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I have just recently added a snorkel to my foreman along with my HMF and the fan doesnt come on much any more, is this normal or should i put the fan on a toggle so i can turn it off or on? I let it sit in my yard for 30 minutes and it never come on. I checked the fuse, but where is the sensor on the engine? Im fairly sure it works, but its just odd it doesnt come on much, but i stayed in alot of mud and water when i rode so maybe that is why it did not come on
 

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no one has had this problem??
 

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Jennifer had a problem with her fan, but it was caused by a stick somehow
gettin' lodged up in there & somehow disconnected the wires. Other than
that, no problems.
 

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what wires? Does any one have a pic of the sensor than controls the fan on the engine
 

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Number 11 in the pic below is the thermostat. It looks like a watch battery inside of a plastic pouch. It should be attached to the frame near the top of the FR shock mount. Check and see if that is working.
 

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Thanks joe, ill go check tonight when i get off of work
 

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My first year I thought my fan did not work because it never came on. Finally in the winter with a ton of snow packed around the engine the fan came on. Just trying to add a little personal experience to you situation
 

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is there a way to pull the wires and test the fan to see if it works or if the motor is burnt out?
Just wondering as I picked up a used quad and have never had the fan kick in??
 

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