Brake cooling fan

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    Brake cooling fan

    Hi. Started up my 2000 Conquest today and the brake cooling fan didn?t come on. Any ideas what the problem could be would be much appreciated. Can the machine be used without the fan. Thanks

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    check see if you have power to the fan.maybe its just a blown fuse???????

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    I second plott hound on that one, first thing to check is the fuse. My old machine still has the old school tubular fuses for the break fan and sometimes just a quick spin around or replacement is all it needs. I had a wire break off the back of my ignition switch once as well which also disabled my break fan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by plott hound View Post
    check see if you have power to the fan.maybe its just a blown fuse???????
    Would that be an inline fuse. Don’t seem to be anything blown in the fuse cluster. Thanks for your reply

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    Thanks much for your help.

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    it should be in the fuse cluster. here is a picture. https://www.argoadventure.com/127-12...KI_p_7892.html

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    also check the wire connections, something may have come loose. vibration or bouncing from rough rides can and will loosen connections.

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    Quote Originally Posted by plott hound View Post
    it should be in the fuse cluster. here is a picture. https://www.argoadventure.com/127-12...KI_p_7892.html
    Thanks. Very much appreciated

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    Thanks for your help.

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