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Re: Leaking Coolant
Written by jim.strtr on 9/23/2012 at 12:00 am

At 57,000 miles mine decided to let the O-rings go that are on the chrome water tubes. Simple fix, but it takes a lot of effort to get to them. J.S.

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pccajun
9/21/2012, 12:00 am
Leaking Coolant
After riding my PC back from work, about a 30 mile ride, I parked it in the shop overnight. The next morning I went out to retrieve it for the morning commute and noticed a puddle of coolant underneath the bike. It appears to be coming from the ove

    goldwingman40
    9/21/2012, 12:00 am
    Re: Leaking Coolant
    Cajun,It sure could be a bad radiator cap not holding pressure when you shut off the engine thus reducing the boiling point. You can get a new cap at the auto parts store, Cooling Systems Technologies #CST 7515 or CST 7516. I think they

    Dean Murfield
    9/21/2012, 12:00 am
    Re: Leaking Coolant
    I just replaced the plastic reservoir tank, it had a hair line crack that was leaking coolant.

    pccajun
    9/22/2012, 12:00 am
    Re: Leaking Coolant
    First chance I have to look at it will be tomorrow, but I looked in on it this morning. I have not driven it for two days now and it still appears to be leaking out of the overflow hose. That puzzles me. Once I can get into it I will post what I f

    jim.strtr
    9/23/2012, 12:00 am
    Re: Leaking Coolant
    At 57,000 miles mine decided to let the O-rings go that are on the chrome water tubes. Simple fix, but it takes a lot of effort to get to them. J.S.

    pccajun
    9/25/2012, 12:00 am
    Re: Leaking Coolant
    Got a chance to look at it with all of the tupperware off of it. It is the O-Ring where the chrome water tube comes into the water pump. Thought I would have an O-Ring that might fit, but as luck would have it it is flat O-Ring, so I had to order i