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Again, a bit more thought in to how you check the coolant on the 400 (mine's a K9) would be appreciated. I like the idea that you can check it from the same area that you fill up with. However, the plastic that has the "gauge" on it makes it basically impossible to see if you're full, low or somewhere in the middle.

My suggestion, use a clearer plastic for the tank so you can easily see where the fluid sets on the marker between full and low.
 

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Just Pull the Rubber Plug and look at the end of the Plug, it will be Wet, Or Put your Pinky Finger into the little Port.

Works for me!!!
 

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or you can move the bike while you're looking at it, you will see it clearly.
 

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I'm not saying there isn't a way to do it - I'm saying there is an easier way for Suzuki to make it more rider friendly.
 

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Well, Bruce, Might be a way to Cut a Line on it and Put a Clear peace of Plastic and Melt it On there. Since there's no Pressure in that Plastic Tank it should Work,

putting a flex rubber tube on the Plug is another way to check the Volume,

Why bother with it any way it never need Fluid checks often Anyway, Since it don't burn like Oil.

Elliott,
 
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