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Suzuki DF 250S Trim Fluid Leak #14309367 03/09/22 02:57 AM
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I am having a hard time finding this dang leak. It is leaking down the backside of my assembly on the motor side. I can't see it because of the jack plate. I did the old surgeon trick and stuffed it with paper towels and slowly pulled them out to see if any of them have fluid on them. I narrowed it down to two bolts that don't have o rings on them and I don't think they go into the reservoir.
From the picture, I am getting fluid from around the two bolts numbered 24 on the bottom right of the diagram. Anyone have any suggestions.

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Re: Suzuki DF 250S Trim Fluid Leak [Re: RoscoeHjr] #14309681 03/09/22 02:26 PM
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on mine.the seals or o rings started.replace o rings.

Re: Suzuki DF 250S Trim Fluid Leak [Re: RoscoeHjr] #14322932 03/22/22 04:13 PM
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What year model is your motor?


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