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PINK DRIPS

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hey all ,,since picking my wr up i have noticed some drips of pink looking fluid coming out of the big breather hose infront of the gear lever ,,its only 3-4 drops just after i turn her off ,,,,i'm sure i read about this before but a search found nothing ,,can anyone shed some light on this

thanks ,,,,adam

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Does the oil you run in your engine have a redish color? If it is, then that pinkish dishcharge is perfectly normal. My oil is amber and discharges a few whitish milky looking drops sometimes. Without going into detail why this occurs, it's basically a result of a little bit of moisture mixing in with the hot oil vapors that are vented via that big line.

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yup, I reckon your breather hose is bound to puke some.

Check the reroute entries, you are warned...

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Going out on a limb here. What are you running oilwise in the gearbox? It better not be ATF. The big hose is the crankcase breather. What year is your WR?

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Thanks for the responses guys ,,yes its a 99 wr and yes the oil is red in colour at least now i can get on with enjoying the beast!

thanks again

adam

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make sure you are using 4-stroke oil and NOT 2-stroke gearbox oil, i know the honda 2-stroke oil is red in color.

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