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I had a oil change done and the next day I had a leak...comin from a seal and my bike never leaked...the mechanic thought the bike took alot of oil so could he of over filled and cause pressure on the seal? if so can I drain some oil to releive this or do I need to change the gasket now? only drips after I ride and only about a size of a quarter.

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Well if overfilled, that does not make any sense, can you check the level? Once a seal starts to leak, it will continue, so investigate the leak and fix it. It will only get worse.

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