You might want to check your battery terminals. My engine light was coming on for various reasons then I discovered my battery terminal screws were loose. I haven't had any problems since I tightened those up. (my bike starts a lot better too. hehe)
Just an update on this for others in the future. My left fan would not turn, popped the fuse produced the FAN 18.2 code. DNA is shipping out 2 new fans, although nothing was stated on how common this issue is, but common enough to happen to 2 1098's in my area, actually within an hour of each other?!?!?
Quick fix: turn both fans with your finger to make sure they spin, replace the fuse. BTW $354 a fan.
Check that first.
WOW So much help. Thank you so much man Ill try all that and post if it fixes.Possible causes
- Faulty fan control relay
- Faulty cooling fan
- Fan control relay harness is open or shorted
- Fan control relay circuit poor electrical connection
- Fan cooling fan harness is open or shorted
- Fan cooling fan circuit poor electrical connection
The fuses are located here:
And here which fuse is what:
The fan relay (7) is located on the right-hand side of the battery support.
Checking operation of the fan relay:
Disconnect the relay from the electrical system and apply 12 V (battery voltage) between the small contacts: you should hear a click that confirms that the internal electromagnet has switched.
Hope this helps.