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Ellery Zandt

KAZUMA REDCAT 250CC ATV ANTIFREEZE LINES/ CARB W PICS

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I have no idea where the antifreeze line coming off the thermostat goes too. The carb two nipples in the pic create a vacumme. Can someone help me on this please....!!! my email direct is [email protected]!!!!82266641_823005951479596_3133860167842529280_n.thumb.jpg.08c977be061e536893076d1cde63c236.jpg174410997_carb1.jpg.cc4f3d2d6bdd5a9f32cb7954f32de32f.jpg

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Hey @Ellery Zandt welcome to Quadcrazy. FYI you should never post your email here. That line usually goes from the thermostat housing cover to a connection near the water pump. What its designed to do is allow some coolant to circulate through the system when the thermostat is closed. Its like a small bypass.  
I'm not sure on the Kazuma but if you can post a few more pics of the water pump area maybe we can help you out.  

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As far as the vacuum connections on the carb, they will usually go to a fuel pump thats operating off of the vacuum.   Check the fuel petcock and see if you have two hose connections.   

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I think the carb is fine then. We just dont have any nipple off the water pump thats where we are confused i will take another look tonight will post another photo

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Double check the reservoir for any connections, i doubt it bc its a pressurized system but you never know. 
The only other way to check is to put a pump on the  radiator  cap. Put pressure in the system and see where you have coolant coming out.  You will have to block off the port on the thermostat housing with a piece of hose with a bolt in it. They sell a multi pump for all types of radiators at Harbor freight that pressurizes  the system to help find leaks. I am sorry but i am not familiar with the Kazuma brand. 
I looked for the manual but don't see it in the library. 

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I wonder if you just cap it will it matter honestly. I really dont know. Looks like it would get enough flow from the main radiator line

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Im pretty sure it would but it belongs someplace and that really should be figured out.  
I will keep looking, if i find anything out i will let you know.   

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