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Hi, I have a Honda CB 1300 year 2000. The coolant leaks everytime i turned on the engine and few hours after ride. It does not leak right after ride. The location of the leak is at the left side of the engine( where the left rear cover is). Is it the water pump problem? Is it a minor problem? Can it be repaired? Or do u need to replace the water pump? TQ

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IF YOU CANT GET A LEAKDOWN TEST DONE ,NEED TO SEE IF THERE IS A SMALL HOLE BY WERE IT APPEARS TO BE COMMING FROM.IF SO ,SOUNDS LIKE A MECHANICAL SEAL FAILURE ,ALSO SOMETIMES IT IS AS SIMPLE AS A LOOSE HOSE CLAMP AND YOU DONT NOTICE IT BECAUSE IT TAKES PRESSURE FOR IT TO BUILD UP OR HEAT FOR IT TO GET SOFT,IN TERMS OF RADIATOR HOSE ,SOMETIMES IT CAN EVEN BE A PIN HOLE OR SLICE IN THE HOSE,BEST THING IS TO CLEAN THE BIKE AND TRY TO LET IDLE TILL FAN COMES ON AND WATCH,CHEAPEST ANYWAYS

Posted on Mar 17, 2011

Testimonial: "I will check on the hose clamp... replaced the coolant recently. The mechanic might have not tighten it properly. thanks"

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