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Old March 23rd, 2012   #1
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Question Clutch leakage

I have a 2005 ST1300 with 35,000 miles, parked bike over winter in the garage, noticed now that I did not have a clutch, no fluid in the reservoir, was fluid under the bike so I filled the clutch master with new fluid, did not want to pull the left lower cowl to get at the bleeder valve so just kept squeezing the clutch lever till no air bubbles were cumming every time I released the lever, got a beautiful clutch lever now and have drove the bike over 100 miles with no problems and now have no fluid leaking from below and reservoir stays full
was wondering if anyone else experienced this
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Old March 23rd, 2012   #2
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Not me.

I predict you will shortly wake up from this dream and will need master or clutch cylinder work when you do.
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Old March 23rd, 2012   #3
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Default Re: Clutch leakage

I agree with Echo, it came from somewhere, it is not going to fix itself. I have not had any leakage in my hydraulics and don't personally know anyone who has.
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