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What has to be rmoved on a 2003 Yamaha Kodiak 400 ATV to be able to remove the radiator fan motor ?

The fan doesn't come on when the engine overheats. The fan motor or thermostat isn't functioning.

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Usually the fan motor.remove the motor. take the 2 bolts out that hold the back plate with the brushes off. If the brushes are stuck in,clean and oil them. Replace the plate and check the motor with a battery charger.

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Hey.. sounds like you are on the right track..

DO NOT CRANK THIS ATV AGAIN!!
GET IN TOUCH WITH A PROFESSIONAL MECHANIC.
If you are going to do it... remove the engine..its going to have to be totally disassembled to make sure ALL the metal and rubber pieces are COMPLETELY removed. This will also provide you with the evidence for a parts list for replacements parts and pieces as you take it apart..slowly.. Clean parts make for a clean engine.. watch for small oil passages and any little nooks and crannies in the cases that will pack with ground up metal..COMPRESSED AIR and long wooden swabs work wonders.

ps.. replace the cam chain no matter what it looks like!!!!!

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