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My 06 636 keeps over heating

I had to drain my radiator and when I refilled it my bike keeps overheating. I've been told it could be an air pocket but ai'm not sure how to rectify the problem? I've checked the thermostat and the pump is flowing????

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Hello there:
try looking for a bleeder valve around the thermostat or the water pump crack the valve open just like bleeding brakes on a car repeat several time to insure all the air is out of the system make sure the bike is running this should fix the problem best of luck to you hope this helps you

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