Low coolant. No leak?

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  1. ktm525

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    You can buy sensor separately for well under $10.
     
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    So I took a 500 mile trip this week and topped to the line “Filled to Here” before I left. When I got back here’s what I had lost...somewhere. Both levels were when engine was cold. I have extended warranty, so I’ll be taking it in. EA29140A-F5FA-47B7-A005-7C03A9F3C21A.jpeg
     
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    Check the back of the engine. The cross-over pipe on the back could be where the leak is.
     
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    I’ll take a look and see if that’s where it’s losing it from.
     
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    Had several coolant leaks which ultimately resulted in replacing most of the system, including cross over pipe, water pump, etc even though I never had any noticeable leaks / drips. Had another small leak again this time from the water pump gasket. Hopefully fixes it for a while.




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    Pressure test but my bet is on the pump.
     

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