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I checked all the forums and couldnt find any infoon howto change theanti freezefor a 1500 Aspencade.
 
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Remove the drain plug under the waterpump on the left lower side.
Take off the radiator cap and let it drain completely out,
Replace drain plug bolt and refill the radiator.
Simple and fast.
Thats the way i do it anyway.
 

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Remove the drain plug under the water pump on the left lower side.
Take off the radiator cap and let it drain completely out,
Replace drain plug bolt and refill the radiator with some distilled water and some rad flush, compatible with aluminum cooling systems/engines and follow directions on rad flush.

Drain the rad flush solution and refill rad/cooling system with distilled water and run for 3-5 minutes and drain. Repeat this at least 3 times, to make sure you get rid of the rad flush solution entirely.

Then refill with a silicate free coolant(I use the premixed Honda coolant) and test for leaks.It's a wise decisionifyou install a new crush washer on the coolant drain plug.



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Wow ... A TRIPLE Post! :?
 

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:D
 

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The drain plug on the GL1500 is the way to go, I think they are the easiest Goldwing to change coolant.
 

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Dang Dusty, you're serious about this changing coolant thing :D
 
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