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Ducati Diavel Service Manual: Reassembling the water radiator unit

Ducati Diavel Service Manual / Engine / Cooling system / Water radiators / Reassembling the water radiator unit

The procedure is the same for both radiators.

Check the presence of clips (1) at the positions of the external coolant radiator cover (23).

If removed, fit the front turn indicator (32) on the cover (23) and tighten the screws (27) to 2 nm +/- 10% (sect. 3 - 3, Frame torque settings).

Note

When fitting the turn indicator (32), make sure to arrange the indicator cable (e) behind the indicator retaining stud bolt.

Arrange the right turn indicator cable (e) fitting it between the suitable pins (f) on the cover (23).

Fix the cable (e) inserting a retainer (x) on the pin (f) shown.

Note

Make sure to orient the retainer (x) as shown.

Fit the vibration dampers (7) and the vibration dampers (3) on the right coolant radiator (13) at the positions shown.

Reassembling the water radiator unit


Insert the spacers with collar (2) onto the "upper" vibration dampers (3).

Fix the right coolant radiator (13) by starting the screws (12).

Reassembling the water radiator unit


Position the right fan assembly (18) on the right coolant radiator (13), so that the holes in the assembly (18) match the protrusions (l) on the radiator (13).

Reassembling the water radiator unit


Reassembling the water radiator unit


Fit a rubber pad (u) as shown into the suitable hole in the internal cover of the right coolant radiator (24).

Note

For the rubber pad (u) to be installed correctly, the pin (m) must be fully out at the side opposite to insertion site.

Position the internal cover (24) as shown, making sure the tabs (n) and (o) of the right coolant radiator (23) external cover become engaged in the slots (q) and (r) of the internal cover (24).

Note

While positioning the internal cover (24), make sure to thread the right fan cable (x) into the opening (t) in the cover as shown.

Reassembling the water radiator unit


Insert the right fan cable (x) into the recess (v) in the right coolant radiator internal cover (24).

Insert the small self-locking tie wrap (j) into the hole (w) in the cover (24) and use it to fix the cable (x).

Start the screw with a shorter collar (35), the screws with medium collar (15) and the screw with a taller collar (21) at the positions shown.

Tighten the screws (35), (15) and (21) and the screws (12) installed previously to a torque of 5 nm +/- 10% (sect. 3 - 3, Frame torque settings).

Reassembling the water radiator unit


Start the screw (14) with washer (34) and tighten to a torque of 5 nm +/- 10% (sect. 3 - 3, Frame torque settings).

Tighten the screw (25).

Check the presence of four clips (31) on the internal cover (24) of the right radiator; the left radiator has two clips (31) only (shown).

On the right radiator only, check the presence of the plug (20) inserted from the internal side of the internal cover (24).

Reassembling the water radiator unit


Insert the spacer with the collar (10) into the suitable hole in the right coolant radiator (13).

On the opposite side, insert the pin receptacle (9) into the spacer with collar (10) and fix it using the retainer (11) oriented as shown.

Reassembling the water radiator unit


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