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I have a 2012 Coleman (hisun) hs700. The cooling fan quit working. I replaced the water temp sensor/ radiator fan switch located towards the bottom of the radiator. That did not cure the problem. I also put 12v directly to the fan to make sure the fan was still good. I then took the harness off the new temp sensor and shorted it to turn on the fan and nothing. Is there something else in line I should look at? I also found the sensor at the motor and jumpered through it. Still did not work.

Any suggestions? 

Thanks

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I'd guess there's either a fuse or relay in the system for the fans. not sure where though. might contact Coleman /hisun and get a wiring schematic.

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I am assuming that you had the key on when you jumped the thermoswitch plug. On my Massimo there is a fuse/relay box under the hood. Not sure where it would be located on your machine, but there is where you will find the fuse and/or the relay for the fan. 

Did the fan run when supplied with direct voltage?

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T-Boss

Thanks for replying. Yes I did have the key switch on when I jumped the thermostat. And the fan did run when I applied 12v. I also have a fuse box under the hood and tested all of them. 

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