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Oil leak zrx1100 leaks oil from trans cover or back of water pump

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  • kirkanderson Feb 15, 2009

    i still need to determine source of leak what is the degree of diffulculty in trans cover removal

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    Jim London May 11, 2010

    Hi, What have you done to correct the problem? What exactly do you want to know?

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Hi, You don't say how much of a leak or if it is wet or blackened oil or if it is oil. Could it be brake fluid ? Clutch? I think before I pulled the trans cover I would remove alot of the fairing pieces and check for loose bolts, clamps, clips, check hoses, seals and overflows. Check levels to see what is low or maybe too full. Don't look for problems that might not be there! Find your source first! Good Luck!

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