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It is caused by poor sealing around the bolt you have fitted. Try some PTFE tape on the thread. The oil is because it is a two stroke and it is leaking.
Posted on Aug 12, 2017
I 100% Agree With using ptfe tape you always want to use this type of tape on any threads with a liquid substance leaking out of a bolt !!
Posted on Aug 12, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have an oil leak
HELLO. YES THE BOTTOM OF THE OIL PAN HAS BOLT'S THAT ARE UNDER THE FLY WHEEL.THAT'S WHERE THE FRONT SEAL IS.!! ONE MAYBE TWO THERE.!!! THEN THEY START TO GO ALONG THE SIDE'S OF THE OIL PAN ALL THE WAY TO THE BACK OF IT THEN THERE ARE MAYBE 4 THAT GO'S ARCOSS THE BACK THERE.!!AND NOTHEY DON'T COME IN CONTACT WITH THE OIL FLOW'S THERE ON THE OUT SIDE OF YOUR OIL PAN. U JUST MIGHT NEED TO TIGHTIN THEM UP.? OR U MIGHT HAVE ONE OR MORE MISSING. CHECK TO SEE IF YOU HAVE A YOUR BOLT'S AROUND YOUR OIL PAN, OK LET ME KNOW IF THIS HELP YOU "GOOD LUCK"
Posted on Jul 30, 2008
they make heily coils to either down one size or up one size .make sure you put red lock tight on heily coil when you instal in the striped hole.make sure holes are CLEAN.
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
SOURCE: Oil leak
If it the oil filter housing it can be changed if its the gasket it cab be changed too, Check and make sure which it is first then we can fix, contact if you need more help and thanks for using FIX YA.
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
I would try either vise-grips if you can get at it otherwise you may have to get a set of easy-outs. They work by you drilling a hole into the bolthead and then as you turn them they tighten in the opposite direction thereby loosening the bolt .. be sure to put alot of penetrating fluid wherever you can to get in and around the bolt shaft and threads ...
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
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