Will the fan operate with 12V applied to it? If so, I believe it's the temp sensor that is faulty. Have you cleaned the connections there? Any way you want to go is up to you and a pretty cheap fix to boot. Beats having a big "CLUNK" going on! Heavy-sounding "CLUNKS" are BAD!:ROFL:Tried to post this a few days ago but must have done something wrong cause it never appeared.
Anyhow I have just realized my cooling fan is no longer coming on at all. I'm pretty sure that it stopped working late last summer because I remember noticing the temps climbing a few times in town traffic.
Before posting I did some looking around on the web about this topic and found some useful info. I found the location of the buss fuse under the seat and it checked out ok. So I guess my switch is at fault.
I found that on one topic someone mentioned using another type of switch wired in that worked well for him. He said that this switch had a sort of dial that he could adjust to make the fan come on at what temp he chose it to.
Has anyone here tried this type of set up b4? Or know of what this part number might be and how it is wired in?