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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 10-12-2012, 07:33 PM Thread Starter
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Coolant weep hole

Did the upgrade on my clutch and all went back together real easy and all works good. EXCEPT!!!!!! Now I'm leaking coolant from just underneath the pump housing, not the housing, but what looks to be a small hole in the clutch cover. The manual has a picture of what they call a weep hole, but it doesn't look like its on the outside of the cover. Never had this problem until I did the clutch work, kinda odd that the impeller or seals would go bad from just sitting while I ordered my clutch parts. Anyone got any ideas?
Also, when I had it apart the pump and all looked and spun just fine.???????
Would it be possible, from me having it apart for almost two weeks, that the seals dried up and "shrunk"? Possibility of it fixing itself?

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When mine was apart and put back together after two weeks I had no problems. Have you run the quad a little to check for other leaks yet?

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Yep, rode it for bit and no other leaks. Luckily the cover is easy to take off. Guess ill ride it for a bit and watch it, then take it back apart if it keeps leaking.
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Watch your oil for water just in case.

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The YFZ450s had a problem with this. The seal on the pump side would wear out but the one on the engine side never had any problems. Some of them would quit leaking after it warmed up, you will just have to try it to see. A grove would wear on the pump shaft of the YFZ also, so if you replace the seal, I would check the pump shaft also.

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Seals must have dried and "shrunk". After a week of riding no more leak! Still gonna replace them to be sure.
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Good to hear!

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