Question about 2001 Honda VT 750 DC Shadow Spirit
I have removed the top bolt but I don't know how to take it off from the bottom.
Do you mean the radiator cap ? -- most radiator caps need to be depressed before turning loose for the first part of the term - then release the compression on the cap and turn normally - if you are trying to drain - there is usually a drain plug near the bottom ( a bolt )
Posted on Jan 08, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: The radiator has one holding
I use a SnapOn Universal joint coupling Plug spanner. With that, I can get in at odd angles.
Be careful not to damage the oil cooler and radiator fins!
Remove, Lower and upper cowl and wind guard.
Remove oil cooler upper mounting bolts and wire harness guide.
Disconnect fan motor sub harness (2 pin) and remove radiator upper mount bolt.
Remove the radiator from the upper and lower brackets by moving it to the left, then move the oil cooler forward as an assembly.
Remove the air guide from the oil cooler bracket and cylinder head cover.
Disconnect the spark plug caps.
Clean the area with compressed air to ensure no debris enters the engine.
Remove the plugs and check/clean/set/replace.
Posted on Jan 08, 2011
SOURCE: how do i remove the
There should be two bolts holding your tank on. One is near the handlebars and the other should be between the tank and the seat. You may need to remove your seat to get to that bolt. You will need to remove your fuel line from the tank also.
Posted on May 15, 2011
SOURCE: I'm trying to change the
I have only changed the belts on my GL1000's. The manual says to remove the radiator but I have found that it is not necessary. With a little bit of knuckle scrapping and some care when removing the four long bolts that hold on the belt covers, you can slide both the bolts and the covers out and replace the belts underneath. If there is just not quite enough clearance you may be able to unbolt the radiator and move it forward just enough to accomplish this with out having to drain it. The pictures you have may be from a 1000, an 1100, or a 1200. The fact is that the timing belts are changed and adjusted the same way on all three models. Just take care when removing the cover mount bolts that you do not damage the radiator. If you are careful you should be able to replace the belts with out all the extra work of draining and removing the radiator. Dealers short cut the radiator removal but charge you for the time anyway. Good Riding.
Posted on Jun 01, 2011
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