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Winter storage, noticed bike leaking coolant from the top of rad, dripping what is the problem?

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  • Brandon Davis
    Brandon Davis May 19, 2014

    Found out it was the small rubber washer/gasket on the solid hose coming out of the water pump. It was flattened and need to be replaced.

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You need to learn English.....It is spelled INTERSTATE, I know Americans pronounce it innerstate, innernet (internet), couner (counter), winner (winter). Have a nice day.

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