Question about 2003 Yamaha YZF-R6
I recently came back from overseas, After three years of unattendance I have found the bike over heats after a short ride. I have check for leaks or damages on the water tank and the pipe conecting them but there is no leaks or visable damage of any kind? Can you please help me!
First change the Coolant temp. sensor. Its the easiest thing you can do FIRST. Thanks....That what i will do but I have another issue. The coolant starts over flowing from the reservoir when the temp reacher about 212F. I made a manual switch for the fan so i can turn it on myself when it hits 200F. Otherwise everything is just fine,
Posted on Aug 15, 2009
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