Question about 2005 Kymco Xciting 500
Water temperature gauge remains on cold even after a long run in cold weather then on occasions climbs to normal in one go for a minute or so then returns back to cold. Is this normal?
I had the same problem' so i went back to the daeler' thay re-connected the weirs
Posted on Mar 02, 2009
Hi apexmt; You are right to question it's behaviour.. Somthing is wrong.It should get to normal operating temp. as soon as posible, and stay there. It's piston will not get to the correct size and shape till that happens. It seems (from a remote view point) that it's thermostat is a bit sticky. May I suggest that you have it replaced as a matter of urgency; as : "if the engine is too cold, it WILL WEAR OUT in no time at all". .And ..if the thermostat sticks in the closed position.. it will cook the engine. I do not know your machine ... yet, If you feel competent..... find its radiator...the top hose will more than likely lead you to its thermostat housing. Do this cold. Drain the coolant system. remove the housing and replace the thermostat. Do NOT put its radiator cap back on until it's reached operating temp.The top hose will get hot as the thermostat starts to open. So You Know for sure that it is full of the green coolant.
Posted on Dec 13, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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