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Hi.. Where do i check the coolant level on my 1991 zzr1100, and where, if necessary do I refill it. Can only see brake fluid reservoir under the seat. Thanks

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SOURCE: Drained radiator to change coolant. How do you refill radiator when reservoir only takes about 3/4 of a quart?

under the the gas tank

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SOURCE: location of rear brake reservoir

The rear brake reservoir should be under the right side cover. It unscrews and you can add fluid.You might have a 8 or 10 mm bolt holding the cover down, but more likely you'll have to just pull it. It has push in studs that go into rubber grommets to hold it in place.

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look just above front tire you should see the holding tank and water level!!

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Have sensor tested

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