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Hi, I am new to the site and I am from south east Missouri. I have an 09 teryx and it is having an overheating problem. I was woundering if there was anyone who new something about this. I have checked the fan it works and I made shure that the radiator is full of antifreeze. I think that it might be the fan relay but I don't know where it is located. If someone could help me out or just give some suggestions I would greatly appericate it. We have had some great weather and I am feeling down cause I can't get out and ride.
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The fan has circuit breaker that is under the driver seat in the electrical control box. It's rectangle and is hanging by the wires. It has a white wire and a blue wire with a white stripe. The reset button on mine is green. The fan has a heat switch on the radiator that turns in on and off. Hope this helps.
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Thanks but I think that you are talking about the carburated model, mine is fuel injected and dose not have the on off switch in the raditor. The fan is controlled by the computer on mine. I have had mane people tell me the same thing that you did. I realy appericiat your time and your in put, I guess that not too many people work on the fuel injected models? I won't give up hope yet thoe it is to nice of a machine to just let set.
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Thanks but I think that you are talking about the carburated model, mine is fuel injected and dose not have the on off switch in the raditor. The fan is controlled by the computer on mine. I have had mane people tell me the same thing that you did. I realy appericiat your time and your in put, I guess that not too many people work on the fuel injected models? I won't give up hope yet thoe it is to nice of a machine to just let set.
He is right, there is a breaker under the drivers seat with a reset but on the EFI version. The temp sensor in the cap for the thermostat is what tells the ECU to turn the fan off and on.

I thought Rando was right on the breaker so I walked out in the shop and looked it up in the service manual.

Check your breaker.



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Thanks when I get out to the shop tonight I will take a look at it and let you guys know how it turns out. I appericiate all the support and know how.
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Rando i feel that I owe you an appoligy. I am sorry you were right there is a circuit breaker under the seat. I realy appericiat the info both of you guys gave me. My teryx has been sitting since new yaers when it over heated on a ride. No one aruond here could figure it out and I am kind of new to the game so I dont know all I need to about them, but I feel if I would need something again I could count on you guys to help out. Thanks alot I you guys need some help I hope I could help assist in any wayI could
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Wade Iím glad you got it going man. I am new too and I did not realize that the Ď08 and Ď09 were different. We need to thank Hunterworks for that. I canít believe how much help and information that are on the web forums.
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Wade Iím glad you got it going man. I am new too and I did not realize that the Ď08 and Ď09 were different. We need to thank Hunterworks for that. I canít believe how much help and information that are on the web forums.
No need to thank me.

FYI there is a lot of good info on the forums but alot of BS too. Careful what you read and do.



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