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Ducati Diavel Service Manual: Coolant expansion tank

Ducati Diavel Service Manual / Engine / Cooling system / Coolant expansion tank

Coolant expansion tank


  1. Plug
  2. Screw
  3. Fuel filler flange
  4. Clip nut
  5. Clamp
  6. Hose clip
  7. Valve/tank hose
  8. Clamp
  9. Screw
  10. Spacer
  11. Rubber mounting
  12. Expansion reservoir
  13. Filler cap
  14. Hose clip
  15. Support
  16. Screw
  17. Washer
  18. Screw
  19. Hose clip
  20. Breather hose
  21. Clamp
  22. Pump/radiator sleeve
  23. Radiator/radiator sleeve
  24. Radiator/plug sleeve
  25. Clamp
  26. Breather pipe (front)
  27. Breather pipe (lower)
  28. Hose clip
  29. Y-fitting
  30. Breather pipe (rear)
  31. O-ring
  32. Screw
  33. Water outlet fitting (vertical)
  34. Clamp
  35. Thermostat/cylinder head sleeve (vertical)
  36. Fuel filler flange
  37. Thermostat/cylinder head sleeve (horizontal)
  38. Thermostat
  39. Thermostat protection ring
  40. Radiator/thermost. Sleeve
  41. Copper gasket
  42. Temperature sensor
  43. Clamp

Spare parts catalogue

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Important

Bold reference numbers in this section identify parts not shown in the figures alongside the text, but which can be found in the exploded view diagram.

Cooling system
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Removal of the expansion tank
Loosen the clamp (6), open the hose guide (a) and slide the hose (7) out of the radiator. Open clamps (14) and release the hoses that pass through them. Loosen the screws (16). Remove ...

Other materials:

Adjusting the rear shock absorber
The adjuster (1) located on the lower connection holding the shock absorber to the swingarm adjusts the damping during the rebound phase (return). The knob (2), located on the left side of the motorcycle, adjusts the preload of the shock absorber external spring. Turn the adjuster (1) clock ...

Removal of the engine
In order to remove engine you must first remove a series of other components from the motorcycle. Most of these removal procedures are described in the relative sections of this manual. The following flow chart illustrates the logical sequence in which the parts are to be removed from th ...

Tips for use on the track
We recommend level 8 be used for a couple of full laps (to allow the tyres to warm up) in order to get used to the system. Then try levels 7, 6, etc., In succession until you identify the dtc intervention level that suits you best (always try each level for at least two laps to allow the tyres t ...

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