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Undoing the radiator cap on a truimph rocket - 2010 Triumph Rocket III Roadster

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SOURCE: Truimph rocket 111 idle problem.Have already had

triumph is aware of the problem and dealers are to perform an adaptation on it under warranty if the customer complains. if adaptation is not done correctly it will not take. they have to plug it in with the activa (triumph) tool, check for faults, ideally reset the tps and ics stepper renew before doing the adaptation. which is basically....resetting the fuel map in the ecu at which the bike is allowed to idle for ten minutes Without touching the throttle so that the ecu can reference optimal running conditions allowing steady throttle and ease of start up. known as power down.
i believe it's triumph service bulletin........sb187

Posted on Oct 05, 2009

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My rocket 3 is here in tropics (Phils) and engine over heats


Hi, Hittis and the usual suspects are:
1. Engine oil level and SAE weight are too low or not circulating.
2. Insufficient or blocked air flow over the engine.
3. Heavy combustion chamber carbon deposits.
4. Ignition timing retarded due to faulty MAP, CKP, or CMP sensor.
5. Carburetor jetted too lean.
6. Leaking intake or exhaust valve.
7. Water coolant old or low change every two years.
8. Water pump failure.
9. Radiator clogged, cap loose or malfunctioning.
10. Radiator fans not coming on.
11. Clutch slipping, brakes dragging, heavy load, towing a trailer etc.
12. Idling too long without moving.
13. For constant hot weather temperatures, mountain, or desert riding conditions consider adding an oil cooler and or cylinder head cooler.
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Smoke from engine look more like steam


Sounds like your radiator mate, cap may not be tight to it's threads, water/coolant levels may have dropped through excess heat or leakage. Hopefully someone more knowledgeable can help you on this one, I just stopped off to say that if you're going to start tinkering let everything cool down first. I know that sounds like something you don't need to remind people of but I've seen it done, radiator cap went off like a rocket and scoldings all around. Safety first friend.

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What is the best way to refill a sealed radiator unit for 1998 ford f150


When engine cold, Unscrew the radiator cap on the expansion bottle and top up the coolant level to the minimum level marker, then replace the radiator cap.

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Radiator cap


Your radiator cap will typically be a flat topped metal cap slightly smaller than the top of a soda can, usually located at the very front right corner just under your engine hood while facing your engine. This is however dependent on the make and model of the vehicle, for instance most BMW's will have a black radiator cap / bleed screw located slightly further back tucked up against the engine cover. It should however in almost all situations be the cap furthest to the front of the vehicle as this is where your radiator is located. Be sure to allow your vehicle to sit for a short while before undoing the radiator cap as it builds up considerable pressure and heat while running.

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I have no instructions for use


It operates using baking soda and vinegar: simply use the cap on the rocket to scoop baking soda into the rocket; add vinegar, set up launcher and launch away!

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Truimph Trophy 1993, 20- 30 miles than engine cuts out, feels like fuel problem. Pull over at side of road, wait less than 1 minute, and engine will restart, when you undo fuel cap you can hear the...


yes that what it sounds like to me as well a blocked breather in the tank when the bike stops slowly open the fule cap and you should here a sucking sound as the air gets into the tank again find the vent pipe open the tank cap and useing comprest air blow it clean

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How to flush the radiator


on the radiator there is a bolt on the the bottom of the radiator,u must unscrew it ,this is point to service the radiator,well you have already unscrew that bolt the water in the radiator will go out,then take out the radiator cap then put a water hose in the radiator now see the dirt going out from the service point,let the dirty water goes until you see clear water goes out ,now you can close the water tap ,screw the bolt,the service point,by then u can put an antirust solution in the radiator,and fill the rest with water, put the radiator cap,and your radiator is up to date

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Truimph rocket 111 idle problem.Have already had the recall completed (re-map computer)


triumph is aware of the problem and dealers are to perform an adaptation on it under warranty if the customer complains. if adaptation is not done correctly it will not take. they have to plug it in with the activa (triumph) tool, check for faults, ideally reset the tps and ics stepper renew before doing the adaptation. which is basically....resetting the fuel map in the ecu at which the bike is allowed to idle for ten minutes Without touching the throttle so that the ecu can reference optimal running conditions allowing steady throttle and ease of start up. known as power down.
i believe it's triumph service bulletin........sb187

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I want to drain the coolant out of my 1998 hyundai excel, where is the radiator ****? And how do I open it?


When you open the hood, right in front, just behind the grille, there should be two long flat metal "boxes". One of them is the airconditioning tank, the other is the radiator. Usually the radiator is the thicker of the two, and should have a metal cap. The aircon tank doesn't.

To drain the Radiator, open the cap, then look for the cooloing hose nearest to the ground, these are usually black hoses about 2 inches in diameter, attached to the engine block by round silver hose clamps, usually the screw type.

Unscrew, or release the clamp of the lowest hose and pull it off, you can use a flat screwdriver to pry it off if it's tight. Now simply let the coolant drain out. Remember to re-attach the hose and secure it tightly before refilling! Hope that helps!

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