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Old 12-03-2017, 05:26 PM
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Default 2017 m8000 sno pro antifreeze tube leak?

I have a brand new m8000 2017 i started it up today
and antifreeze is leaking from clear tube this tube is below
the secondary clutch but secured to left side panel area.
is this normal antifreeze come from here? thanks?
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When I got my 14 new I had problems losing coolant in mine. It never overheated and would leak when I had it upside down as well. Caught it once with almost no coolant in the bottle. Filled and after a short time did it again. Brought it to dealer and he suspected it had a bubble in the line. He ran it for a awhile just on idle and didn’t really do anything else and the bubble apparently worked itself out. He also filled the coolant bottle almost to the brim. Haven’t had any issues since.


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it is the over flow line. pull the cap off of the coolant bottle and make sure there is now debris between the rubber seal and the bottle. if the coolant is over the full line it will purge out this line until the correct lever is reached.
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I had to bend the tabs in a bit on the cap on my '14 to get it to stop blowing the coolant out of the cap.
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I had to bend the tabs in a bit on the cap on my '14 to get it to stop blowing the coolant out of the cap.
^^Yes, this is most likely the problem.
It's the cap.

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Same problem with my 17'. It's the cap. Make a drive to your Napa auto store and pick up a new one.
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I had the problem with the cap on my 16 as well. Bought one on amazon for a few bucks and haven't had a problem since.
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Grab some pliers and bend the tabs a little.
Should be all that is needed.

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I must have had this same issue. I had my sled apart not too long ago and noticed the coolant was insanely low, not even close to visible in the filler neck.


Makes me think some starting issues I had last year were because of it.
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