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How do you check the anti-freeze/water levels on a 2007 V STAR 1300 Looks like you have to remove the gas tank

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Hi, It opens with your key on the right side as looking from the front of the bike. Keep the key turned and pull straight up on the back of the seat. There is a tab on the front right behind the tank, so when you are putting it back make sure that tab goes into the slot first. Wow, when you get the seat off you will also find your emergency tool bag! I have royal star tour classic #41. Good Luck!

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YAMAHA ROYAL STAR Engine Type: 1294cc liquid cooled 70 degree DOHC V-four, four valves per cylinder
Bore and Stroke: 79 x 66mm
Compression Ratio: 10.1:1
Carburetor: 4 x 28mm Mikuni CV
Transmission: 5-speed
Wheelbase: 66.7 in.
Dry Weight: 701 lbs.
Tires: Front; 150/80V16 Rear; 150/90V15
Forks: 43mm Kayaba
Rear Suspension: Kayaba mono-shock with adjustable preload
Brakes: 298mm dual front discs with dual-piston calipers; 320mm rear disc with dual-piston calipers
Seat Height: 28.3 in.
Fuel Capacity: 4.8 gallons

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sound like the connector assembly that the two wires hook up at the back of the lite socket may be shorting out on something.. visually look at all the wires going out of the socket and make sure they are not rubbing on or chaffing on any metal surfaces. once you find it, you might get lucky and repair it with some electrical tape...but if any strands are broken you may want to consider cutting and stripping off new ends and install a splice.

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I think you have posted this several times so I wanted to add this.

The best thing is to have a dealer do it. You need to know if you have by-pass kits installed, depending on what you have for storage tanks they need to be drained, RV non-toxic anti-freeze needs to be added to plumbing and flushed through, water lines should be blown out along with draining so if there is a place where the water was level it gets forced out.

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*****Now the best thing is to post a new post and see if someone has your manual to be exact.

But if you get no response, and refuse to let a dealer do it, you have a little bit of info to help you.

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