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On my 98 GL1500 I have 3 small tubes that protude out the right side at the bottom.



On the left side ( sitting on Bike) I have 1 larger tube coming out the bottom. I have cleaned up 2 small pools of coolant/oil? from the floor underneath this tube.This has occurrred while sitting and not running.



Does anyone know what this largertube drains? Have checked the manual but can't find anything about the drainage tubes.
 

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I believe the big one is a crankcase ventilation tube, i have a plug in mine and am told its to be drained with each oil change. the little ones on the right side are carb bowl vents.
 

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AQUAMAN wrote:
I believe the big one is a crankcase ventilation tube, i have a plug in mine and am told its to be drained with each oil change. the little ones on the right side are carb bowl vents.
the larger one on left should run into a holding tank also



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The big one on the left on my bike, 1994 GL1500SE, came from the gasoline overflow drain pan which circles around the fuel filler neck.

It originally went into a catalyst tank (California bike) and I threw that piece of junk in the trash bin. I just let it drain onto the ground.
 

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Thanks Everyone for your help. Will plug it and drain it with the oil changes.
 
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