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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 09-08-2019, 01:44 AM Thread Starter
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left reservoir empty?

just pulled the left side fairing off the bike and noticed the left reservoir is completely empty, is this normal? not much info provided in the owners manual, any info would help. thanks guys!
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just pulled the left side fairing off the bike and noticed the left reservoir is completely empty, is this normal? not much info provided in the owners manual, any info would help. thanks guys!
What do you mean by left reservoir is empty ? Are you talking about the oil sight glass ?

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What do you mean by left reservoir is empty ? Are you talking about the oil sight glass ?
on top of the radiator there is a white reservoir, check the picture
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the exact part number is 58511191A - WATER TANK, LEFT
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Tracing the pipes, I think that one is a secondary overflow tank(?). Mine is empty too. Bike has not overheated so I'm not sure how much that gets used, better safe than sorry though eh?
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thank you Robert, now i feel more at ease 😀
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I have a 2018 V4s and overheating issues. Mine was empty. Found the fan housing digging into the radiator and caused a small leak. Fixed that then overheating again and found issue with radiator cap no syphoning correctly and changed that.

We’ll see if it overheats again - time will tell.
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