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Old 07-28-2017, 06:40 PM
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I have a YZ125 and there is oil leaking out around the oil pump and hose to the radiator and I don't know why, it seems to be coming from different areas. Does anybody know how to fix this?
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There is not an oil pump on a YZ125. There is a water pump on the clutch side of the engine.
Maybe that is what you are talking about.

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No I've been told multiple times that there is an oil pump and It's at the top of the cylinder and has a tube running down the side of the frame that's connected to it as if it were an overflow but I'm thinking of just taking it to a shop but it's seems to be coming out in multiple places in the crankcase too
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hi it was said before 2 stroke don't have an oil pump. if u are having this much trouble with something simple u do not have a manual u need one. if its a 2 stroke or u are wrong on what type of bike it is? good luck
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It sounds like what you are describing is the vent from the exhaust power valves.
Again, there is no fuel pump and whom ever has told you this does not know enough to tell anyone any thing about a YZ 2 stroke.
The other possibility is that what you have is not a YZ125 , but rather a cross country version with an oil injection pump that puts oil directly into the fuel mix rather than having to premix you fuel oil.
So, is it a YZ 125 or something else?

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No I've been told multiple times that there is an oil pump and It's at the top of the cylinder and has a tube running down the side of the frame that's connected to it as if it were an overflow but I'm thinking of just taking it to a shop but it's seems to be coming out in multiple places in the crankcase too
You've been told wrong multiple times then. 2 strokes do not use an oil pump, unless they are oil injected as PawPaw explained in his last post.
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Do you mean oil coming from out of the powervalve hose? this is normal
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