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Ducati Diavel Service Manual: Removal of the cooling system hoses and unions

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Removal of the cooling system hoses and unionsRemoval of the cooling system hoses and unions


Loosen the clips (21) that secure the radiator/thermostat sleeve (40) and the radiator/plug sleeve (24) to the water radiators.

Removal of the cooling system hoses and unions


Removal of the cooling system hoses and unions


Loosen clips (25) and (43) that secure the breather pipe (26) to the radiator/plug sleeve (24) and to the left radiator.

Removal of the cooling system hoses and unions


Loosen the clips (34) securing the thermostat assembly (38) - thermostat-cylinder head sleeve (35) - thermostat/cylinder head sleeve (37) to the cylinder heads.

Loosen the clip (28) to release the breather pipe (30) from the vertical head.

Loosen the clips (21) and (34) to disassemble the thermostat unit (38) - thermostat/head sleeve (35) - thermostat/head sleeve (37) - radiator/thermostat sleeve (40).

Removal of the cooling system hoses and unions


Removal of the cooling system hoses and unions


Loosen the clip (28) to release the breather pipe (27) from the half-casing.

Removal of the cooling system hoses and unions


Loosen the screws (32) and remove the fitting (33).

Recover the o-ring gasket (31) located between the retainer and the vertical head.

Removal of the cooling system hoses and unions


Loosen the clips (21) that secure the pump/radiator sleeve (22) and the radiator/radiator sleeve (23).

Removal of the cooling system hoses and unions


Removal of the cooling system hoses and unions


Important

Periodically check the connection hoses for leaks.

Hoses that are cracked, swollen, or hardened should be renewed.

Refitting the expansion tank
If the support (15) has been removed, place the hose clamps (14) on the bracket (15) orienting them as indicated. Fully press the pins (a) to block the clamps (14) until pins surfaces (b) are at ...

Refitting the cooling system hoses and unions
Position the pump/radiator sleeve (22) and the radiator/radiator sleeve (23). Fit sleeve (23) and sleeve (22) to their corresponding fittings (n) and (o), and bring them fully home on collars (p) ...

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