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Old 09-28-2009, 12:26 AM   #21
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there is a copper crush washer thats is suppose to be under that cap ,if its not there it could be the problem
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copper washer under one of the cover bolts? that thing has a flat slot for a tool that is like a t like a flat head screw driver. dosent seem you would be able to torque it enough to crush the copper washer for sealing purposes. seems o ring is more probable.
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gawd still leaking...i left my phone at home yesterday, i just got home and saw you called



ill get john on the phone and see if we can bring the bike in today
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gawd still leaking...i left my phone at home yesterday, i just got home and saw you called



ill get john on the phone and see if we can bring the bike in today
man was hittin u all day, and then to see if u wantd to go ridin with me n some other people, we went to the brickhouse off of 290, nice lil spot, hit me up so we can se what the deal is, but im definetly taking it to someone on saturday
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there is a copper crush washer thats is suppose to be under that cap ,if its not there it could be the problem
It is under the top right hand screw. Item #19 on this fiche:

http://fiche.ronayers.com/Index.cfm/...KCASE_COVER_1_

If you have replaced #26, you may need to replace #20 (and use a torque wrench)
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It is under the top right hand screw. Item #19 on this fiche:

http://fiche.ronayers.com/Index.cfm/...KCASE_COVER_1_

If you have replaced #26, you may need to replace #20 (and use a torque wrench)
ok so i lookd at that one screw"15" by the screw cap and it does look like it has oil coming from out of it, but thats the only place besides the cap, and i think that the guy that put it on too tight and messed up the o ring on the inside, i cant even get it off any more by hand? i guess it will have to hold till friday-saturday so i can take it to a mechanic, shouldnt b too much all those parts r less than 10 dollars
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just to make sure all the oil has to b drained back out if i was to do this myself correct?
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just to make sure all the oil has to b drained back out if i was to do this myself correct?
I would change it just because you have the fairings off and it is easy to change the oil while you are in there. Honestly, you can probably get away with not draining the oil if you leave the bike on the kickstand since the oil will be on the other side of the bike with it leaning.

The copper crush washers are one time use and to be replaced any time the screw is removed; so buy a few of them. I think you will use the same washer when you drain your coolant so they will not go to waste. If you put a new O-ring on, rub a little oil on it first.
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I would change it just because you have the fairings off and it is easy to change the oil while you are in there. Honestly, you can probably get away with not draining the oil if you leave the bike on the kickstand since the oil will be on the other side of the bike with it leaning.

The copper crush washers are one time use and to be replaced any time the screw is removed; so buy a few of them. I think you will use the same washer when you drain your coolant so they will not go to waste. If you put a new O-ring on, rub a little oil on it first.
O ok ill prolly try to do it while the kickstand is down, but only if its too much @ a shop, katy yamaha tried to hit me for 75 just for a diagnostic... but yea thanks mr richards preciate the help
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