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  1. Should the fan turn on right when you start the fourwheeler?

    New Member Introductions
    I just got a kfx 450r and I'm not sure if the fan kicks in when it starts to get hot or should it turn on right when you turn the key? Help
  2. 08 Brute Force Temp Sensor/Thermostat Problems

    Kawasaki Brute Force/Prairie/Bayou
    Since I got my 08 Brute 750 a few weeks ago, it keeps wanting to overheat on me. After 30 minutes or so of riding, the temp light will start flashing and every once in a while the FI light flashes. The fan won't even be running when the temp light is on. I've tried washing the radiator...
  3. Fan trouble

    Kawasaki Brute Force/Prairie/Bayou
    I have an 03 prairie 650 and I love it. I have a farm and I used to use it every day. At least up until this year. A little while back my radiator was leaking and it ended up over heating on me once. As soon as the light came on I turned it off. I ended up taking the radiator in and they removed...
  4. Help! Brute force 750 2013 overheating

    Kawasaki Brute Force/Prairie/Bayou
    Hi the thing is that I have a brute force 750 2013 and is beating me up :mad: The problem is that the ATV is not cooling the right way... For example I run the bike and the water temperature rise to 90*c (Celsius) the fan manage to cool it to 86*, 84* but very slow, some times get the job done...
  5. Brute Force radiator fan replacement

    Kawasaki Brute Force/Prairie/Bayou
    My fan went out on my 05 Brute 750. Called stealership they said $400+ .:eek: They checked aftermarket and said Quad Boss makes replacement for $150. I would have ordered it but I was going on a ride before it would come in so I checked O'Riellys auto parts they have a 10" fan that works...
  6. Troubleshooting Rad fan

    Kawasaki Mojave/Lakota
    Hey i think my fan is broken. havent seen it turning in quite some time. does the temp gauge that screws into the rad just act as a break in the circuit to turn the fan on/off? to troubleshoot it would it be safe to just connect the ends that go on the temp gauge while the bike is running to...
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