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Can i change right side crank seal without splitting case on a 2003 rm 250

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: 1995 rm 250 blown water pump seal

Iv'e changed heaps of these.Follow these steps taking carefull note of where & how everything goes to make it easy to put back together. make sketches if necessary.

  • Drain the coolant & engine oil
  • Remove the hoses that go to the water pump
  • remove the waterpump cover
  • remove the impellor
  • remove the kickstarter
  • remove the clutch cover & locating dowel pins if they are still in the clutch cover(if they didn't stay in the crank case)
  • the water pump seal is a (ceramic) two piece unit
  • remove the ceramic disc & rubber holder from the back of the impellor
  • remove the impellor drive shaft from the clutch cover
  • behind the impellor drive shaft there is a small bearing. To remove this I heat around the alloy of the bearing with a heat gun (or butaine gas torch,if using an oxy torch use a small tip & take care to heat evenly & not melt anything/or heat in an oven to 80 to 100 degrees max)Use welding gloves to handle the hot clutch cover)
  • turn the cover over & whack it down on a flat piece of wood(9 times out of 10 this is enough to shock out the bearing
  • remove the back-up seal from behind the bearing you just removed noteing the direction it was facing(for reassembly)
  • now using a suitable drift,knock out the other half of the mechanical seal
  • scrape all the gaskets & clean the parts
  • check the impellor drive shaft to make sure the shaft is smooth & dosn't have any groves worn in it.If it does you'll have to replace it
  • I always fit a new impellor bearing & back-up seal & new gaskets when doing this job
  • reassembly is reverse of removal noting the following
  • to install the bearing & seals use a socket that matches the OUTSIDE diamiter of them so you don't damage them.To install the rubber cup & ceramic washer into the impellor DON'T use a drift just push them in by hand
  • apply some grease to the impellor shaft before installing it
  • Apply some soap to the ceramic disc before re-fitting it
  • to install the clutch cover, if it won't go on at the front near the impellor, turn the impellor shaft to engage the gear
  • refit kickstarter,waterpump cover,hoses
  • re-fill radiator with fresh coolant
  • re-fill gearbox with fresh gearbox oil
That just about covers it all
Hope this helps you
Regards Andrew Porrelli

Posted on Dec 03, 2009

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SOURCE: how much oil do i put into the case?

Fill until the oil dip stick indicates proper level ... no more and no less.

Posted on Mar 17, 2010

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SOURCE: how do you change water pump seal 98 rm 125 !!???

It should be just that, a leaking seal, gasket. The water pump is external on that bike and doesn't go anywhere but the cooling dept.It doesn't get mixed with oil or anything. Take off the pump itself and replace the gasket. I think that should do it, unless it is the pump itself leaking.
Suzuki RM125 RM 125 Water Pump Housing,,,,
That is an ebay ad. Just in case. Hope this helps.

Posted on May 03, 2010

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SOURCE: will a 2004 suzuki rm 250 front brake line fit on

The '03 and '04 K1, K2, and K3 models use the SKU# 59480-36E30. The '03 and '04 K4, K5, and K6 models use the SKU# 59480-37F00. Personally, I would take the old hose to a dealer and match it up to a new one. The difference in SKU numbers could be simply the supplier or the finish on the metal fittings. If you want to see what K number your bike is, go to the following site and input the VIN number. NOT THE ENGINE NUMBER.
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Posted on Aug 19, 2010

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SOURCE: Need help!!! Please Ive got a 2003 rm 250 and ive

Sound like you have reasembled something Incorectly, poss selector fork not located on pin, either way i think you are going to have to strip it again, always good practice to try all the gears on the bench, after asembling the crank cases,you could check the gear shaft is located properly in the. Selector

Posted on Feb 22, 2011

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Sound like you have reasembled something Incorectly, poss selector fork not located on pin, either way i think you are going to have to strip it again, always good practice to try all the gears on the bench, after asembling the crank cases,you could check the gear shaft is located properly in the. Selector

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It should be just that, a leaking seal, gasket. The water pump is external on that bike and doesn't go anywhere but the cooling dept.It doesn't get mixed with oil or anything. Take off the pump itself and replace the gasket. I think that should do it, unless it is the pump itself leaking.
Suzuki RM125 RM 125 Water Pump Housing,,,,
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The engine and the trans do NOT use the same oil. The engine oil is premixed with the fuel. The transmission oil is filled with the filler plug on the right side of the engine case. Look under the kick stand, see the 850 ml marking? The trans holds that much oil. Either drain the oil and add that exact amount.... OR you can take out the check screw located lower and forward of the oil fill on the case, should look just like a case bolt, but with an aluminum washer to seal it. Once you remove this bolt/plug you can add oil till the oil flow out this hole.

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If your motorcycle is burning oil this indicates worn top end components. A leaking crank shaft seal would be leaking onto the ground. Yes you can replace the seal without splitting the cases, with the right tools.

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Probably due to a bad crank seal on the clutch side. The extra smoke is from the trans fluid burning through the cylinder.

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Find a manual by Googling " Motorcycle service manuals "
or go to www.repairmanuals.com

Installing new crank bearings is not a simple task. you will need a 3/8" impact driver, flywheel puller, case splitter and torque wrench. The top end comes off then the side cases, flywheel, flywheel electrics, clutch, shifter shaft, Crank drive gear and output shaft sprocket.

Split the case leaving the gears on the shafts and the shift drum and forks in place but out of the gearbox. Remove the crank and then remove the bearings from the crank or from the center casings depending on where they decide to stay when the case splits. Remove the crank seals from each center case half. Install new seals then install new bearings into the center casings.

Now just put everything back together.
By the way, now would be a good time to stick in a new output shaft (sprocket) bearing and seal. Be sure the OHC is timed correctly when installing the cam chain. Bad timing = bent valves.

Please rate this answer. Best wishes amcampailla

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could be too much 2 stroke oil in your mix or worse case, your piston rings are going.

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