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Ref kx65 2000 on further inspection transmission oil coming from hole in bottom of magneto caseing does this mean crack in clutch side running thru to flywheel side cheers

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Probably a seal behind magneato

Posted on Dec 11, 2014

  • Luke Dec 11, 2014

    No oil coming from bearing oil coming from hole as seen on pict

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you'll need to bleed the hydrolic clutch theres a bleeder cockpit looks like a grease fitting on the transmission. have someone help you for this. have one perdon press the pedal down 3 times and hold it while you loosen the fitting and close it. do this till all air is out of the line remeber to keep filling fluid as you do this. good luck to you.

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topmarincons: In checking this car for flywheels available, Nissan only lists one part number 12310-2Y910. I could find no other references or part numbers superseding this one.
When you list a single sheave, it sounds more like you are describing a front crank pulley. Again, in researching part numbers, I could only come up with one number :12303-31U10. It is commonly referred to as a "Harmonic balancer". In looking at an exploded parts diagram, it shows a serpentine type pulley."Single sheave". As far as sources: This particular part rarely fails.
New, it, dealer retail price is $234.33
Check with salvage yards, you can buy them for a fraction of that price. Another option is to buy an "UNDER DRIVE" unit. This is a part which will add horse power by cutting down on some of the rotating mass, yet not affect that crankshaft harmonics which would affect it at high RPM's. "UNORTHODOX" racing, on-line I believe is one source. Good luck.......

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SOURCE: how much transmission fluid in manual transmission

if you have owners manual look in it category is usually called specifications or capacities will tell you how much and what kind

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