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post #1 of 7 Old 09-13-2009, 05:29 PM Thread Starter
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water pump leaking

I changed the oil to day and discovered that one of the little drain tubes has coolent leaking out. yes I did check and its not the drain/vent from the over flow bottle. It comes right off the bottom of the water pump. Has any one else had this issue??? and it is low on coolent below the low mark
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Is it coming out of the little hole ? I had that on my Yamaha yfx450 it was the seal behind the impeller, easy fix.

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I stoped by the local honda dealer and they said 2 weeks out on there shop and they wont work with my aftermarket warrenty. I thought it would be covered by the factory warrenty?? water pump they said is not repairpable and about $130 if I buy it and fix it.
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Ya I looked it up no seal like the yfz. not $130-WATER PUMP ASSY.
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ya but its under some kind of warrenty so I am not going to touch it. I can do the work but I shouldnt have to on a bike I have owned for 4 months or less. the local shop is giving me the feeling that I didnt buy it from them they dont want to or wont work on it. that just givs me another reason not to support them. If I have to I will drop it off on my way to idaho where I (hillsburo) got it.

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Why did they say they wouldn't deal with your aftermarket warranty? Sounds like a shitty shop. None the less this should be covered under your factory 12 month warranty.



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Why did they say they wouldn't deal with your aftermarket warranty? Sounds like a shitty shop. None the less this should be covered under your factory 12 month warranty.
I'd take it to another dealer maybe?


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