hate to keep kicking a dead horse,
I called local kawa dealer to get the relay for fan, they couldn't find a part number for me to order one, mechanic got on phone with me and told me to just put a 20 amp fuse in place of the relay. what's going on with relay and fuse is the fan cycles on/off no problems for the first 30 minutes of riding and then it starts blowing fuse/fuses [tripping relay] almost immediately, anybody heard of this problem yet ? any help that can point me in right direction would greatly be appreciated.
Being kind to the mechanic, if he means temporarily change to a fuse, that might make sense.
But..... I think it is more likely that mechanic is an idiot, in fact a lazy idiot (he/she can't be bothered to look up the part number).
If the relay (is working properly and it) trips at 20A you can reset it. If you use a fuse, you will need to replace the fuse. We both know which method is faster !
The fan system as designed by Kawasaki works (for 99.9% of folks).
I believe the part number is 21008-0554 BREAKER,RAD. FAN,20A
Please check with Kawasaki, I am not a dealer.
As mentioned previously, this could be a faulty breaker, or a faulty fan motor that goes over current when it gets hot.
Has anyone tested the current draw on the fan when it is running?