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Cooling system diagram for 2005 suzuki boulivard

Where is the coolant resevoir located?

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You didnt state which boulevard you have. The C50 model has a reserve coolant tank located under a large chrome cover on the left side to the rear of the engine below the painted frame cover. The S50 model is a closed system that has a non fillable reserve tank located in the neck of the frame. This model requires removing the radiator cover and radiator cap to verify radiator is full.

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