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Old 08-21-2010, 04:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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question concering cooling fan and antifreeze ????

well was curious today was riding my quad which is 2004 honda 450trx and it got pretty hot temp outside was like 90 and i noticed for the first time the fan was coming on but turning very slow very slow is that normal or is it suppose to spin fast ? the quad runs great !! and how often are you guys changing the coolant fluid in these ? and what do you guess reccamend to put back in the raditor / thanx for your time ........ oh if i need to replace the fan where is the best place so i dont get ripped off for it ?
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well was curious today was riding my quad which is 2004 honda 450trx and it got pretty hot temp outside was like 90 and i noticed for the first time the fan was coming on but turning very slow very slow is that normal or is it suppose to spin fast ? the quad runs great !! and how often are you guys changing the coolant fluid in these ? and what do you guess reccamend to put back in the raditor / thanx for your time ........ oh if i need to replace the fan where is the best place so i dont get ripped off for it ?
cheapcycleparts.com..or bikebandit.com for the fan..prestone anti freeze is what i would use..if it were what i was ridding..lol.
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The maintenance schedule says to change the coolant every two years.

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