Question about Yamaha Motorcycles
Drain oil in normal way remove filter(s) ect. after draining use compressor to blow out oil lines, higher capacity the better. After this clean all with cloths. This will be very messy so be careful where you choose to do this.It may have to be done a few times to remove all the contamination, so after refilling run for a short time and see if you still get the contamination. NOTE if the water is from cooling system you will need to fix the leak first
Posted on Apr 03, 2015
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