Question about 2002 TM Racing E 125
Yes, just drain out all the coolant, replace it with fresh water and 500ml of antifreeze.
The easiest place to drain it is at the lowest point - the connection to the water pump on the side of the engine. Fill it using the radiator cap. Make sure that you don't have any airlocks when you refill - put the antifreeze in first, top up with water, leave the radiator cap off and run the bike (idle) - after a while the water level should have gone down as the water has worked it's way round the cooling system - don't worry if water bubbles over - just keep topping it up. Do this till the temp guage reads normal. Close the radiator cap and go for a short and gentle ride - don't thrash it. Check the water level again and top up as necessary. Just keep an eye on it over the next week - make sure the temp stays in the normal range - if it goes high, stop immediately and check the water.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
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