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I am new to this, site I have owned my Trooper for about 5 months now. I have a problem with my cooling fan on my radiator. It still works because I have it hard wired right now. But I want it to work the right way. When I first had the problem it melted the fuse in the panel. I replaced the fuse but it didn't work after that so I wired it directly to the battery to get home. I was wondering if maybe I burnt up a relay or something in the Fuse box. Anyone with any Ideas would much be appreciated. If it is a relay does anyone know which one operates the fan. Thanks again for any input. I love this machine. And I get crazy looks from everyone every time I take it out up here in Alaska.

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What size of fuse are you using? I had the same problem and Joyner had me put in a larger fuse, I think a 20 or 25 amp fuse, Solved problem.

rocmoc n AZ/Mexico

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The fan relay is the lower relay on the fuse box behind the seat. I thought that even gas was frozen solid this time of year up there. I guess your getting things ready for warmer weather. We talk that way because were cold weather wimps down here. Welcome to the forum. Go to the Joyner web site and download the operators manual for the Trooper. It has pictures of the fuse boxes with call outs for each item.

Lenny

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