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Purging radiator lines?

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Replaced a few hoses on my radiator and flushed the coolant. What's the process to purge the air out of the system now?
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Pull the radiator cap, make sure its full as well as the overflow. Start quad with cap off, and let quad run, till water starts to circulate. (Usually around 5-10 mins max) Crack throttle a few times, top off as needed then replace cap.

When you flushed did you have the t-stat housing drain open?

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Pull the radiator cap, make sure its full as well as the overflow. Start quad with cap off, and let quad run, till water starts to circulate. (Usually around 5-10 mins max) Crack throttle a few times, top off as needed then replace cap.

When you flushed did you have the t-stat housing drain open?
I don't think so... Where is that located?
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It's the front lower bolt on the thermostat housing/cover. Do you have the service manual?

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I don't. I need to download it I guess huh....
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