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My 1993 gs500 is leak oil around the side where the oil cap it located

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  • gvegas777 Oct 03, 2010

    I already did that its leaking around that whole side cover of the motor

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Remove oil cap/dip stick and replace the ruber bush on the cap/stick
and check for cross theading on the cap/stick (a big fault plastic & ally dont mix to well)
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