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CaptTurbo




PostSubject: Waterpump oil seal   Mon Nov 09, 2015 1:37 pm

Hi gang. Their was a discussion in "What Broke?" http://wr250rforum.forumotion.com/t4395-engine-noise-please-listen - where a good many WRR/X owners have run into a strange noise and that thread seams to have possibly chased it down.
My question to the community is: Have any of you replaced this seal? Is it a simple task to do at home without special tools? My bike is scheduled to go to the dealer tomorrow for the stater recall so I'd like to know if I should have them do the seal too or if I should be able to easily do it myself? Thanks for any insight..
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PostSubject: Re: Waterpump oil seal   Wed Nov 11, 2015 2:32 pm

OK, lots of views but no replies. To update: I just got back from having the stator replaced at the dealer and had them listen to that funky sound which seems to be the water pump / seal thing. So anywho ... I will list the part numbers for anyone else who might be looking at the same problem and the dealer prices.

Seal - 93103-10011-00 $27.99
Bearing - 93306-90001-00 $38.99

Labor for them to do it is $98.00

My stator, at 6435 miles, actually didn't look too bad. Four or five coils showed some darkening but I think I was a long way from failure. It's nice to have that squared away in any case. CT
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PostSubject: Re: Waterpump oil seal   Mon Jul 11, 2016 1:38 pm

Did you have the noise? Did you replace the seal?

I'm looking at either doing it, or having it done, to see if it affects the noise.
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