Question about 1989 Suzuki GV 1400 Cavalcade LX

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Not sure where to fill rad. on bike, do not have manual. 86 lx.

Where do i fill my rad up?

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The Radiator is filled through the plastic cap in the right upper fairing pocket. Remove the right lockable cover on your LX and in the forward part of it there is a black round screw cap. Fill the fluid up to the mark on the side of that tank. There are two overflow plastic tanks in there. Do not put the fluid directly into the cap in the radiator directly as you will not get the correct level. Join the email group at www.suzukicavalcade.com for further contact.

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