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How do i replace air filter and check fluid in cooler

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The air filter in under the football-shaped chome cover on the right side of the bike.

Remopve the two screws holding it on to remove the cover. Remove the filter and inspect it. Replace if dirty.

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Posted on Nov 04, 2010

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