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06 fan fuse

Working on Andy's bike, an 06, he doesn't have his book with him. Can anyone tell me which fuse operates on the radiator fan circuit?



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I don't know if this applies to an '06, but this list comes from my manual on CD. It is correct for my '03.


Fuses
1 Brake-light switch, fuel warning light, fan relay,
instrument cluster, switch for adjustable
windscreen 4 A
2 Parking lights, front and rear 4 A
3 Horn, brake light, anti-theft alarm, if fitted 15 A
4 Motronic, fuel pump, diagnosis 15 A
5 Instrument cluster, on-board computer 4 A
6 Heated handlebar grips 4 A
7 Adjustable windscreen, power sockets 1
and 2 15 A
8 Radio, map-reading light, interior light for top
case, power socket for top case 15 A
9 Fan, r ight4 A
10 Fan, left 4 A
11 Seat heating front/rear 15 A
12 Cruise control system 15 A
Fuse for radio/cassette player
7 8

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post #4 of 7 Old Oct 7th, 2006, 10:47 am
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Just looked at my 06 Maintenance Instructions and it sez:

Fuse Box 1
Fuse 3-Fan

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Just looked at my 06 Maintenance Instructions and it sez:

Fuse Box 1
Fuse 3-Fan

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That might have been it. I don't remember which one it was, but it was a 7.5.

I started pulling till I found a blown one, put in a new one and when the bike warmed up it blew again. Andy has a fubar'ed right side fan.



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That might have been it. I don't remember which one it was, but it was a 7.5.

I started pulling till I found a blown one, put in a new one and when the bike warmed up it blew again. Andy has a fubar'ed right side fan.
That wuz it. Andy dropped in a 10A and only the left fan works. Guess he'll be visitin' the dealer for the right fan fix.

Funny that older model bikes had each fan on it's own 4A fuse --- the '06 has the one 7.5A fuse for both fans together. So now, if one fan goes south and blows the fuse, the good fan is out of commission too!!
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Uh.. unplug the failing fan?

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