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Coolant coming from weep hole

Coolant is coming from the weep hole when it is first started. I looked in the manual and it says to replace the water pump seal and tranny seal. Is this correct and if so how do I do this and should I also replace the impeller with the newer 06 model with hole in it and the shaft. I just got this bike so any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

Do you have detailed instructions on how to do some or all of this?

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Yeah i got u kid. well depending on wat bike u have, which i dont no. u mite have to replace all the gaskets around that area. just take off the waterpump cover replace the seal. write me back.im done answerin **** today peace

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