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Oil pan leakin

I have a 1995 zx7r kawasaki ninja an i have a leak coming from my oil pan what can i do to stop it

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  • gliggon_tres Mar 09, 2009

    thanks for ur help ill let you know how it goes do you know anything about fixing broken bike plastic or what to use to re attach parts is it some sorta resin that you use

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I would start by removing the oil pan and cleaning all the old gasket from the bottom of the engine and the pan itself, the apply a nice bead of permatex gasket sealant to the pan and block and smooth it out evenly with your finger, allow to stand for about 5mins before replaceing the pan, once replaced allow to dry overnight before adding oil. Good luck and hope this helps

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  • John Cox Mar 09, 2009

    Hi when I used to do alot of repairs I would use either fiberglass resin and a mat to repair crack or breaks and sometimes a two part epoxy, nortons makes a good two part epoxy that is availible at your local body shop supplies store.

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