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Anti Freeze Level

I have just purchased the sport model and have about 200 miles on it. A mix of dirt road and rocky trail use, heavy water and mud terrain mostly. I have noticed that the level of the anti freeze was on "L" so had to replenish the tank on passenger side. 50 miles later I had to do this again. I've seen no indication of leakage on garage floor, low level observed when level and engine is cold.

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You have loose hose clamp connections. I had to crawl under mine twice to find loose hose connections. The fastners for the hoses were not tight in three different connections. I as well did not find the leaks when i was sitting level, i had to ramp the machine up and remove the skid plates to locate the hoses (machine running they would leak as it forced flow). All they needed was a little more tightening, but some were a pain to get my hands the location to tighten
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You have loose hose clamp connections. I had to crawl under mine twice to find loose hose connections. The fastners for the hoses were not tight in three different connections. I as well did not find the leaks when i was sitting level, i had to ramp the machine up and remove the skid plates to locate the hoses (machine running they would leak as it forced flow). All they needed was a little more tightening, but some were a pain to get my hands the location to tighten
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Both my 08 and 09 had small water leaks that had to be fixed by tightening the clamps. The 09 was really hard to find the leak, the 08 was easy as it was in the tunnel and I could see it. When the machine is off, it was near impossible to see where the water was coming from even though I could see evidence of a leak on the plates as it only leaked when running.

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I'll look into it, much appreciated.

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You have loose hose clamp connections. I had to crawl under mine twice to find loose hose connections. The fastners for the hoses were not tight in three different connections. I as well did not find the leaks when i was sitting level, i had to ramp the machine up and remove the skid plates to locate the hoses (machine running they would leak as it forced flow). All they needed was a little more tightening, but some were a pain to get my hands the location to tighten
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