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I've seen a lot of people post about this issue and I saw someone saying they fixed it with J-B Weld. I went out and attempted to fix myself and made a video about how to do it. It's holding up super strong and I haven't had any leaks or problems with it so I wanted to post the video here. If it can help anybody with a cheaper fix and not going to the dealership and replacing the whole crankshaft I'll be happy.

 

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I've seen a lot of people post about this issue and I saw someone saying they fixed it with J-B Weld. I went out and attempted to fix myself and made a video about how to do it. It's holding up super strong and I haven't had any leaks or problems with it so I wanted to post the video here. If it can help anybody with a cheaper fix and not going to the dealership and replacing the whole crankshaft I'll be happy.

Great video and Thank You for sharing...I have a similar situation with my 2015 Spark 900 3-up. I will look into doing this when the weather breaks up here in Jersey.
 
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