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I suspect one of my air breather drain hoses may not be attached.
After a ride I get a little wet gunk out of one my drain hose, but the other one is clean as a whistle.
I do notice a very small amount of wet gunk (no fuel smell) on top of the left side of engine that comes back after I wipe it off after a ride?
I'm probably a little OCD on maintenance and cleaning because I do travel a lot on my scooters.
Anyone have a similar experience?
What's the easy way to get a visual and reattach these hoses if needed?
Thx
 

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Are the plugs in the bottom ends of the hoses?
 

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That's about normal between oil changes.
 

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If the hose is detached, then you should be able to remove it with a light pull... as it merely runs up and connects to either the Air Cleaner Housing (Item-2), or the Storage Box(Item#25).

If it is detached then you'll have to remove the lower half of the Housing, in order to access either location.

 

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Thx, I'll see if I can feel resistance. The very little bit of fluid I see on the top of the engine seems to be the same crankcase sludge?
 
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