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Seem like some rusty liquid flowing out but not flooding the floor very tiny little bit clean it and it appears the next day ... Is this normal? Is something breaking soon? Pls help. Many thanksSome people use plain water plus a white rust inhibitor that will turn into a milky coolant. I would flush it and start with the blue or aluminum engine specific coolant. The weep hole leaking is an indication of a worn water pump. Show this to your mechanic, start on post 969: http://www.apriliaforum.com/forums/s...=87119&page=65 http://www.apriliaforum.com/forums/s...eep+water+pump ,,,

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