That hole is the WEEP hole. This lets you know your pump is starting to go bad when it drip's coolant OR oil . Mine was dripping oil. I ran it for over 3000 miles before putting a NEW one in. Don't do this tho as I got lucky!! Coolant could get into your oil and cause some major damage!!! CHANGE THAT PUMP!!since we are on the subject, I am dripping just a little antifreeze from what looks like a breather hole or something underneath. I always check levels and so far, I am not running hot, should I be concerned?
Actually, it will take days if you're sitting on the bike as it's heck to reach around to the screws.:cheeky1:thank you for your quick responce. are you talking about sitting on the bike; its on the left side of the oil filter?
They are even better at pulling long screws out! I have a Makita and it gets used all the time. Fantastic tool and it has a little light on the front so you can see what you're doing.One super handy tool I have is a Rigid battery powered impact driver. The thing is amazing, it will drive 3" screws into wood with no effort, you don't even have to push the driver, only enough to keep the screwdriver tip on the screw. There's no kickback trying to twist your arm either. The Rigid 18V unit generates 1489 inch pounds of torque which translates to 124 ft pounds. These things shouldn't be used to torque down screws and bolts since there's no control on the final torque but they sure are handy for removing bolts and screws and running them down for final torque with a wrench.