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    2 questions (coolant tube and bailer tubes)

    Hey guys.

    Yesterday I was trying to find those bailer tubes and valves and couldnt.. Finally I found them way back in the bilge... How can you reach them to work on them? do you have to remove plastic part (i guess the one that goes all around the opening)??

    Also, while I was moving cables to see behind, i noticed that my transparent cable from the coolant reservoir is lying losely on the engine, is it normal?


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    Yes, you have to remove the seat base to get to all that.
    Here is how to do it:
    http://www.greenhulk.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=82

    The transparent tube is your overflow tube and it is meant to just dangle in your bilge.

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    Wow.. thanks again, i didnt knew it was called cowling.

    Roger that for the tube...

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