Question about 2006 ATK 450 Enduro
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And I realized someone might benefit from it... Yesterday I changed my oil after break in and when I did I tipped the bike from left to right quite a bit leaning it way over to get all the crappy break in oil out. When I restarted the bike it began to overheat, the red engine coolant temperature light began to blink slowly, then VERY quickly, meaning bad news! The radiator hoses were pressurized and hard as a rock, and I finally had to bleed the collant system all over again to fix it.... Close call! Without my status lights I never would have known about the problem.,Yep, status lights are a great addition for any machine with the S-1000 computer. But, it should not be possible for the radiator hoses to get above radiator cap blow-off pressure. I also see you added a so-called coolant catch? Is there an outlet to that?......you cannot just hang a sealed up tube onto the end of our radiator outlet. Is that what you did? That would explain the rock-hard hoses,,,
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
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