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ECU Problem??

Hello,
I have 2010 versys with 39 K kilometers. I have had it 3 weeks.
I did not notice when I bought it the fan did not work, and I may have another problem. I have tested the fan it is dead. I also tested the power supply to the fan, the fuse was blown, I replaced it, but now as far as I can tell there is still no power to it. I have never seen the Temp light come on, should it come on to test when I turn the key on? I tried Reading the FI fault codes, but when I try that I get nothing, the FI does not flash at all, it does go on an off normally at key on. My fuel mileage is not very good either (46 imp or 38 US mpg)
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How'd you get that?!??! Can you post pics? I'd love to see a 2020 Versys!
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You'll get power to the fan only when the coolant gets hot enough.
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How'd you get that?!??! Can you post pics? I'd love to see a 2020 Versys!
that's 2010 ha ha
funny I guess there are two of us that are tenover
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You'll get power to the fan only when the coolant gets hot enough.
yes I know, I idled it for quite some time, the rad was feeling quite hot, maybe I did not let it go long enough but I am not sure the temp light is working and I am afraid of overheat. I don't know how to test the light.

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You'd have to drain the coolant, remove temperature sensor, and test it in a pan of heated oil, as described in service manual which is in this forum.
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