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Hi i have water in my crankcase oil. any ideas where it might be coming from

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What year bike ? water is not a good thing a gasket or engine has a crack need more info

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OIL leaking from my breather hose on top of the crankcase on my ttr 125


Hi, Anonymous oil level readings are taken when the engine has reached normal operating temperature and the usual suspects are:
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2. If the sight glass is full you are running to much oil.
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Grey solutions seep out


Usually indicates that water is leaking past piston seals into oil of crankcase.
Remove oil plug and check for gray foamy oil in crankcase. If oil looks normal (compare to motor oil) oil may be entering pump chamber (not very likely due to high pressure, generally water will be forced into crankcase). If foamy oil is found, time for reseal kit or replace complete pump.

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I have a kawasaki gt550. i drained the oil so that i could do a service, i noticed that the oil was grey in colour and i was hopeing that you could give me an idea why this has happened as i am clueless???


hi,being air cooled it is not a problem,what has happened is that condensation(water) has formed inside the crankcase ,this has then mixed with the oil causing it to turn grey,flush the sump,change the oil,here is a little tip,over winter or long periods of no use,simply loosen the oil filler plug and let the crankcase vent,this will stop condensation forming...hope this helps..cheers

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Had serice recently stared engine went to go out mariner at brighton 4 to5 knots only after 500yds alarm came on tried to exelerate vibrated hard would not exelerate engine very very hot put back on moring...


You could have picked up weeds. Clear prop and water inlets. If vibrated in gear the prop was fouled with debris. If smooth out of gear the prop was fouled.
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The water seals are leaking thus pushing water back past the oil seals into the crankcase and mixing with the oil resulting in the grey ooze.So a new pump kit will have to be installed and the oil replaced.

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