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I just went on the hospice ride this weekend, which was a great time and awesome because I got to meet some people from the boards, and the wife really liked it....but, we went through a little mud, and a little later my ride started overheating.....did it for the rest of the day. i cleaned the radiator today, even took the fan off and cleaned the back of the radiator. I checked all my fuses, and they were good. I took it for a ride today, and still overheated. but at no point did my fan kick on as far as I could tell, but I'm not sure if that would even be an issue bacause it was overheating today when I was doing about 45 miles an hour for probably 20-30 mins. If anyone has any insight as to what this might be, it would be greatly appreciated. If not, I'll just have to run it down to the dealer.



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Your rad is probably still dirty, the Outty design is not good, the rad is really deep, thick I mean, much thicker than say on a grizzly, and as such is really, really hard to get clean. I soaked mine for 3 days change water 4 times a day, tried hosing it down and it still only flows 60% of the air of a new rad. I will continue to clean it, but the design is not great for that.
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even at 45mph I doubt you are forcing enough air thru the radiator to keep it cool. if yer fan aint coming on thats what you need to look into and find out why. try swappin the relays in the front compartment. might be your sensor that turns the fan on
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thanks ya'll for the quick post, unfortunately i won't be able to ride tonight due to rain, is there any way to test the relay with a voltmeter? if so, please be very specific...all i know about the relay is that it has 5 prongs and i have a voltmeter that has a bunch of switches on it....lol



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Where is this sensor located, I can't find it on the BRP parts fische?
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Yandawg

Give me a call and I'll give you a hand, just have to cordinate times, I have meetings this week in the evenings through Wens. but I can get away during the day.
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check the fuse in the front compartment. I think it is a 20 amp. Mine was blown and the fan would not come on. changed the fuse and all was fine.
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I checked all the fuses and they are good, and i think i tested the relay correctly with an ohm meter. it came out as 4.3 ohms i think, the same reading as the other relay. sheesh, running out of theories
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I think your in for a trip to the dealer.

If I read my schematic correctly, I found the temp sensor, it'son the rear head, also there is a inline fuse (I think) for the fan. Everthing runs through the ECM.

I'll go read the troublshooting/fan section and post back if there is any more help available for you.
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awesome, thank you very much.....i think you are probably right, might have to call the dealer unless someone else has any ideas



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