Before you shell out $$$ for a pump, replace the fuse for the cooling fan....even if it looks good.
I had the same idiot lights come on while on a trip to Utah last year and codes, though I don’t recall specifically which codes. As I recall, there is no code specific to the pump, but rather symptom codes that could indicate low coolant level, a bad pump, cooling fan, or both. I was 150 miles away from three dealers and the service advisor told me to try replacing the fuse. If that didn’t solve the problem, disconnect the leads to the pump (located under the chrome cover just behind the front tire) and ride it in. He said as long as air is flowing over the heads (e.g., no parade speed), no additional damage would be incurred.
Fortunately, the fuse did the trick. But I have no doubt that if I’d of traveled to any dealership, the pump would have been replaced immediately. I haven’t had a problem since, but now keep spare fuses in the tool bag!
P.S. I have your same year/model/color bike.
Some folks seek the comfort of the straight and narrow. Me? I prefer the twisted road.
Last edited by RoadTrip; 03-11-2019 at 07:50 PM.