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Kawasaki Brute Force Oil blowing out near air box


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2005 750 Kawasaki Brute Force...oil started sptting out near my airbox. I've never had problems with my Brute Force until today. It is running fine. After the oil began to spit out, I let it cool and checked the oil level which was fine. Looks like it's coming out of a hose that goes from my crankcase to the airbox.....any suggestions ???

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Do you ride wheelies alot? If so the is the reason when you get those motors on an angle the oil will start to go up the crankcase hose on its on and as you continue on and you give it more gas as you know the airbox is sucking air from the get go so it makes it that much easier to get to suck it into the airbox. Hope this helps.... oh also you can take the hose extend it to the handle bars and go to autozone and buy a $5 filter and put it on the end and elimanate the problem over all.

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2005 750 Kawasaki Brute Force...oil started sptting out near my airbox. I've never had problems with my Brute Force until today. It is running fine. After the oil began to spit out, I let it cool and checked the oil level which was fine. Looks like it's coming out of a hose that goes from my crankcase to the airbox.....any suggestions ???

This is usually the result of overfilling it with oil just like Stoopidbot1 suggested.

Did you check the oil when it had been sitting cold or after it had run for awhile?

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Thanks for comments...I did check the oil before this happened and it was actually a little below the full line. After the incident, I waited until it cooled and it checked about the same.

Also, I was riding wheelies on it a few hours before the oil spit out...but when it happened I had driven about 3 miles at 25mph on flat surfaces.

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Thanks for comments...I did check the oil before this happened and it was actually a little below the full line. After the incident, I waited until it cooled and it checked about the same.

Also, I was riding wheelies on it a few hours before the oil spit out...but when it happened I had driven about 3 miles at 25mph on flat surfaces.

i dont think that would make a difference

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