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So i have a 96 Ultra and i replaced one of the coolant gaskets on the top manifold thing... I used the bleed screw on top as well to bleed the system. Is there any other way to bleed this thing? I need to know i got all the air out.
Theres one more storm coming and i want to ride one last time this season.

Any help will be good!!
 

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Bleeder on top is it. Watch your coolant reservoir and when you see a steady stream of coolant comeing out of the bleeder,(no bubbles) your good to go.
 

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ultrawillie said:
Bleeder on top is it. Watch your coolant reservoir and when you see a steady stream of coolant comeing out of the bleeder,(no bubbles) your good to go.
Thanks! Ill try it again tomorow to make sure i got all the air out.. [thumb]
 

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jarrod.mcknelly said:
ultrawillie said:
Bleeder on top is it. Watch your coolant reservoir and when you see a steady stream of coolant comeing out of the bleeder,(no bubbles) your good to go.
Thanks! Ill try it again tomorow to make sure i got all the air out.. [thumb]
Raising the front end up off the ground when you bleed the system helps get all the air out from the rear heat exchanger.
 

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wallsaw said:
jarrod.mcknelly said:
ultrawillie said:
Bleeder on top is it. Watch your coolant reservoir and when you see a steady stream of coolant comeing out of the bleeder,(no bubbles) your good to go.
Thanks! Ill try it again tomorow to make sure i got all the air out.. [thumb]
Raising the front end up off the ground when you bleed the system helps get all the air out from the rear heat exchanger.
Thanks. Ill try that.
 

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ultrawillie said:
Bleeder on top is it. Watch your coolant reservoir and when you see a steady stream of coolant comeing out of the bleeder,(no bubbles) your good to go.
How long should it take to bleed out the air? Im getting a steady stream right now.. SHould i be confident that all the air is out? Ive done it 3 times so far....
 

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If your getting a steady stream, top off your coolant resevoir, and check your coolant level after you run it for a bit.
 
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