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1995 Polaris Sportsman 300 Cooling Fan

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I have a 1995 Sportsman 300l. The cooling fan starts running as soon as you turn the ignition switch on and does will not shut off. Any help would be appreciated.

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Hello!

I have a 1996 400L with the exact same issue. But I am having a tough time finding the relay, can anyone steer me to its location? How did you issue come out?

Thanks

BradCad

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