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2011 Kawasaki Brute Force 750 Overheating and Fi flashing light


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  • Admin changed the title to 2011 Kawasaki Brute Force 750 Overheating and Fi flashing light
  • Ajmboy changed the title to 0 Overheating and Fi flashing light

Yes, but when that senor is unplugged it throws an Fi code on the dash and the fan will work but as soon as I plug it back in the fan stops which causes it to over heat both sensor and breaker have been replaced but it still not working. Relay is also functional.

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  • Ajmboy changed the title to 2011 Kawasaki Brute Force 750 Overheating and Fi flashing light

Modern ATV's remind me of modern vehicles.  My wife's 2015 Mustang was having power loss at highway speed but would take off normal.  2 days of troubleshooting, no codes thrown, settled on it being a low pressure fuel pump and resigned to taking it to the dealer.  Noticed last night brake lights stayed on.  So I shimmed the brake light switch and fixed the power loss...guess it was triggering pseudo limp mode.

I bring that up to say....modern ATV's are too darn complicated and hard to troubleshoot. :)

 

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