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This is a discussion on XP coolant bleeding within the General forums, part of the Snowmobiles category; Just wondering if anyone knows the best way to bleed the coolant in my 09 xp. I lifted up the front end and ran it ...

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    is Northern ontario with about 2
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    Just wondering if anyone knows the best way to bleed the coolant in my 09 xp. I lifted up the front end and ran it while putting coolant in it. but im not sure if that's the right way, seems to be good.

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    Yes you did it right. Keep an eye on your temps and level when you get to riding and you will be fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BskidooC
    Yes you did it right. Keep an eye on your temps and level when you get to riding and you will be fine.
    yeah, don't be surprised if you have to keep adding fluid for the next few rides. Take a premix 50/50 jug with you every time you ride. When I had my rear exchanger replaced, I was paranoid that I was leaking coolant into the engine. Took about 3 rides for the coolant level to start to stabilize.

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    Also keep an eye on the water bottle as you warm the engine up. If the level starts to rise when it gets warm, you have an air bubble in the system.

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