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Suzuki GSX-R 1000 Service Manual: Radiator reservoir tank removal and installation

Suzuki GSX-R 1000 Service Manual / Engine / Engine cooling system / Repair instructions / Radiator reservoir tank removal and installation

Removal

  1. Remove the right side cowling. Refer to exterior parts removal and installation in section 9d .
  2.  Disconnect the reservoir tank inlet hose (1) from the reservoir tank (2) and drain the engine coolant.
  3.  Remove the reservoir tank (2).
  4. Disconnect the reservoir tank overflow hose (3).

Suzuki GSX-R. Radiator reservoir tank removal and installation


Installation

  1. Install the reservoir tank. Refer to radiator / cooling fan motor removal and installation .
  2. Fill the reservoir tank with engine coolant to the upper level. Refer to cooling system inspection in section 0b .
  3.  Install the right side cowling. Refer to exterior parts removal and installation in section 9d (page 9d- 6).
Radiator reservoir tank inspection
Inspect the radiator reservoir tank in the following procedures:  remove the right side cowling. Refer to exterior parts removal and installation in section 9d .  Inspect the rad ...

Cooling fan inspection
Cooling fan operating temperature standard (on → off): approx. 100 ?C (212 ƒf) (off → on): approx. 105 ?C (221 ƒf) Inspect the cooling fan in the following procedures: ...

Other materials:

Camshaft sprocket
Inspect the camshaft sprocket in the following procedures:  remove the intake and exhaust camshafts. Refer to engine top side disassembly .  Inspect the teeth of each camshaft sprocket for wear or damage. If they are worn or damaged, replace the sprocket/ camshaft assembl ...

Precautions
Precautions for brake system Refer to general precautions in section 00 (page 00-1). Brake fluid information This brake system is filled with an ethylene glycol-based dot 4 brake fluid. Do not use or mix different types of fluid, such as silicone-based or petroleum-based. ...

If a collision is imminent, do something
Many riders fear locking up their brakes or haven't learned to swerve to avoid an accident. Many inexperienced riders (and too many seasoned riders) use only their rear brake in an emergency, resulting in unnecessary impacts in some cases and unnecessarily high impact speeds in other case ...

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