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Thread: Yamaha Grizzly Cooling Fan Problem

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    Default Yamaha Grizzly Cooling Fan Problem

    Got a question for everyone....does anyone know anything about the 4x4 Yamaha Grizzly. I got a 600 cc Yamaha Grizzly and the cooling fan is all seized up. The oil temp light keeps coming on and it is overheating. A new fan is over $350. I cant see spending that much for a new fan. I would think there is a cheaper route(motor, rebuild kit,.,??) and figured who better to ask than you all. If anyone has any ideas i would appreciate it. Note: It is a 600cc, not the more common 660cc. Thanks.

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    Look on Ebay ?

    For what its worth,,,,a $350 fan is ALOT cheaper than a motor.
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    do some searches on the internet, it's usually not to hard to find good used atv parts
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    Since that model is at least 7 yrs old, you shouldnt have a problem finding a used fan. I'm pretty sure any Grizzly fan from 98-01 will work, the Kodiak may interchange as well
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    Try summit .com and see if they have an electric fan the same size for 50 bucks.

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    Are you sure that it's seized and not something electrical? You may be able to run a wire from the battery to the fan. If it works - put in a togggle switch and manually turn it off and on. Cheap fix till you can do it right

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    just use a jumper wire from the battery to the fan to see if its just not getting power.
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    It could be a relay switch... Try this website http://www.nyrocatv.com/forum.cgi?viewcat=22

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    yeah, i have looked online, and surprisingly it is not the easiest item to find. Im going to keep looking though. Zeb...yeah its seized up. I can not manually turn the blade with my hand. I will try the wire direct to the battery for kicks, but i dont know. Thanks for the advice guys...Ill see what i can figure out on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hillbillyshooter View Post
    yeah, i have looked online, and surprisingly it is not the easiest item to find. Im going to keep looking though. Zeb...yeah its seized up. I can not manually turn the blade with my hand. I will try the wire direct to the battery for kicks, but i dont know. Thanks for the advice guys...Ill see what i can figure out on it.
    Did you try that website??? Post it on the forum... Trust someone on there will know something

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