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Bike leaking motor oil? Wtf

Bike leaking very little from under/ right next to the rear brake pedal under
Factory plastic?

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thats what i was thinking too, check all the bolts under there for being loose and tighten if needed there is a washer on drain plug- it may be gone and not sealing right? i think oil drain is on shifter side though


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It's been a long winter here, and my memory is not the best. I think drain plug is by foot sifter on left side. And oil filter is on the brake, or right side, did you recently do a oil change? If not I'd say do one, and make sure filter is in right and check that rubber gasket seal.

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thats what i was thinking too, check all the bolts under there for being loose and tighten if needed there is a washer on drain plug- it may be gone and not sealing right? i think oil drain is on shifter side though
lol yea that's why I changed my post... early here, or late last night idk

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And oil filter is on the brake, or right side, did you recently do a oil change? If not I'd say do one, and make sure filter is in right and check that rubber gasket seal.

And if something is broke in engine you should check for metal, in oil while doing the oil change.

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Yeah got to check it asap hopefully it aint
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Pull the skid plate off and look under. Stand the quad up if easier. If you haven't done any maintenance recently and its a new leak I would check for possible rock damage. Otherwise, something is loose or too tight and cracked.


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