Question about Suzuki VS Excel II 125 cc Motorcycles
Hi mate I have no idea what bike your referring to as no information?
But most water cooled engines would have two seals to seal the impeller shaft (which circulates the coolant) these seals usually one each side of the inside engine case where impeller goes through one of them holds oil out and the other holds water in hence they called oil and water seals
if your sure not head gasket these seals are about the only other way water can get in
I love Yamaha motocross bikes and other MX bikes as they have a specially purpose built hole in the water pump area so when you see it seeping coolant out it tells you straight away needs new oil and water seals
if it is this seal usually only one or the other has gone but no one would replace one with out the other you will see what I mean if you ever replace them as is complete pain just to swap one - you definitely would not want to repeat later to change the other one.
check your impeller shaft also as groves in the shaft is usually why the seal goes in the first place (you may want to replace the shaft whilst you there)
Posted on May 26, 2011
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