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I have a 1996 GSXR 750 and i flushed my radiator and put in new fluid all the way to the top. But know when it starts to get to 200 Deg. it boils out from the top. ?

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  • Anonymous Apr 22, 2009

    ya, i put the radiator cap back on but it will still over flow and come out threw the top.

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    Dick May 11, 2010

    You have air in your system. Look near the top of the radiator or close to the upper radiator hose on the engine for a bleed screw. You can either use the bleed screw (which may not be present on your bike, I have no service manual in front of me) or try pumping the radiator hose to get the air out.

    You did put the radiator cap back on all the way, right?


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Check to make sure your sending unit and cooling fan work first,than make sure the water pump is circulating,open the radiator cap with the bike running and you will see the fluid moving if it is working.

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Or you could try not filling the thing up with fluid...generally you shouldn't due to the fact that it gets hot and boils try not to fill it up all the way...also you should have a reserve that the boiling liquid can chill out in. make sure thats no more than halfway or you will have liquid boiling out.

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    or you could try not filling the thing up with fluid...generally you shouldn't due to the fact that it gets hot and boils try not to fill it up all the way...also you should have a reserve that the boiling liquid can chill out in. make sure thats no more than halfway or you will have liquid boiling out.


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