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Type 2 belt change

I have a question I took bike to dealer and had the type 2 belt changed now I have a light greenish oily liquid leaking out from transmision area? is this something I can check myself as the dealer is over an hour away and I have been really disappointed with them and there service the last few times I took the bike to them? thanks for all your help

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I don't know of a green liquid in the motorcycle but there are directions for servicing your transmission on the Ridley Owners Club website. There are also directions for servicing your motorcycle. Check it out: http://www.auto-glide.com/

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Now, you can also change the plug cap to a type that has a built in resistor, this also helps with plug life.
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