if ur sled is just sitting there idling no snow is getting on the heat exchanger 2 cool it.or maybe a stuck thermostat ,take it out put it in a pan of hot water see if it opens up just b4 the water boils.but i tossed my thermostat.1 other thing is head gasket or o ring .good luck[)]
I agree, get the front up in the air. A newly rebuilt engine will run a bit hotter in the beginning. And if your just letting it idle with no snow cooling the heat exchangers, i'm not surprised at all that it was overheating.
we just had first snow. I took it out to see if it would still overheat while riding vs ideling.
After 20 minutes still overheats & side coolers still cool but underneath warm.
Coolant starts to pour out of overflow also!
Could this be from riding in less than an inch of snow or is it something else?
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