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JoshinYall

Water leak , auto bilge warning every couple minutes , 2013 Vlx

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JoshinYall

Water is coming in pretty steadily at the location I point at in the video , couple pictures included also . Not sure what this part is or I would've put it in the title of the post . Anyone know what the problem is and how serious it is ? Thanks

http://youtu.be/A3ZeSeRtdhY

http://imgur.com/FVF47dc

http://imgur.com/MyvgLf9

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Brian Ferrell

Is that the driveshaft?

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JoshinYall

Yeah , thought it was , water is coming out pretty steadily

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Ndawg12

Bad seal on the drip less system...? Should be a warranty issue.

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oldjeep

Bad seal on the drip less system...? Should be a warranty issue.

That would be my guess, water is spraying up past the seal towards the coupler.

On second thought

Got a vid of it running and spraying? Seems like it would have to be a heck of a spray to be setting off the bilge.

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JoshinYall

I'm kicking myself for not thinking of taking a video while we were out on the water . The way it leaks reminds me of a leak like a water hose does if it's not screwed to the tightly to the hydrant.

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