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Old 11-02-2008, 11:50 AM   #1
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Going out to try and get the bike running with this starter relay i got...

question, would it be cooler to pull up to a girls house in a 93 red/white/blue bike...or a taurus?
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Going out to try and get the bike running with this starter relay i got...

question, would it be cooler to pull up to a girls house in a 93 red/white/blue bike...or a taurus?
good luck. It's cooler to go in a new taurus.
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Old 11-02-2008, 11:55 AM   #3
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Old 11-02-2008, 12:28 PM   #4
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which one should be grounded, negative or positive?
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nm got it running

now my coolant cap wont stay on...
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replace cap, no cap=no pressure=no coolant
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Old 11-02-2008, 02:31 PM   #7
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replace cap, no cap=no pressure=no coolant
i got it tightened on, took it down the street to walmart...i needed socks ...

now its leaking, i poured some coolant in before the ride, maybe its overflow and hopefully not a leak
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Where's it coming from? the reservoir should be able to capture overflow but if it is full too then that's likely where its coming from. But if its leaking out of the pressurized cap there are problems.
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Where's it coming from? the reservoir should be able to capture overflow but if it is full too then that's likely where its coming from. But if its leaking out of the pressurized cap there are problems.
coming from my overflow hose underneath not the cap though
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check to see if the reservoir is full...

not overheating on the gauge?
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check to see if the reservoir is full...

not overheating on the gauge?
nope the gauge was at cold when i noticed it, but i had filled it up before riding it this morning...and i put to much in then it shot back out a little, thats why i was thinking it was just overflowing
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dont need to put coolant in it all the time and your overflow is prob full!
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Old 11-02-2008, 07:15 PM   #13
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dont need to put coolant in it all the time and your overflow is prob full!
lol well i just installed my relay (it was my first real installation of anything besides my battery and not to mention i got it running after about 2 days trying) so i was happy and i was like well let me put some coolant in just to be sure i dont overheat...
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kewl... that tank only needs to be half filled if there isn't a line designated. The system will pull or discharge to the tank as needed due to changes in ambient conditions.

bet you're glad to be back on two wheelz lol
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lol well i just installed my relay (it was my first real installation of anything besides my battery and not to mention i got it running after about 2 days trying) so i was happy and i was like well let me put some coolant in just to be sure i dont overheat...


sad but true i guess your trying to learn before i leave huh?
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kewl... that tank only needs to be half filled if there isn't a line designated. The system will pull or discharge to the tank as needed due to changes in ambient conditions.

bet you're glad to be back on two wheelz lol
lol man you have no idea, BUT now whenever i pull in the clutch the nuetral light glows, granted it is in nuetral but its not supposed to do that lol

fix one thing and something else happens
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sad but true i guess your trying to learn before i leave huh?
lol yup, you should stay so you can work on my bike more
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lol no way but that light is no big deal although its not supposed to do that long as it work right.
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