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1999 Sportsman 335 - LR-60 Electrical Sensor Question

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Old 01-07-2019, 02:25 PM
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Default 1999 Sportsman 335 - LR-60 Electrical Sensor Question

Ok, before I get hit with negative comments, I just want the machine to run like it should and not have to switch on the fan with an external switch.
I have more time then money- LOL
This is a new to me project, and have oil cooler sensor issue...
The LR-60 controls fan and temp light.
The sensor in picture has a working light but fan came on as soon as key turned on.
I have another used one that is on the machine and the fan works as it should however the RED light is on all the time, I can live with that for now.

So since I have an extra going to take it apart- could not find any pics on the internet of this.
Hope it helps someone, and I'm going to try and repair the 2 burned out resistors.
If anyone has more information - PLEASE SHARE...
Thanks GREAT site- alot of help....

LR-60 Bad Fan Circuit

LR-60 Front

LR-60 burnt resistors at RED wire

LR-60 See burnt area behind RED wire
 
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