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Clutch cover replacement - can't figure out where this seal goes.

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sejub

Hi folks!

I got my bike used, and it has massive scrape-age on the clutch cover, so I thought it'd be an easy fun project to replace it.

After removing the clutch cover, I discovered that I could not easily remove the seals and bearing, so I ordered replacements from online:

  • 2CR-13338-00-00 - water pump seal
  • 93306-00105-00 - water pump bearing
  • 5VK-12438-00-00 - spring-loaded mechanical water pump seal (water pump side of the clutch cover)

Diagram: 


Shop online for OEM Water Pump parts that fit your 2016 Yamaha FZ07 (FZ07GB), search all our OEM Parts or call at (231)737-4542

 

My problem is that the spring-loaded seal came with another plastic-and-rubber seal, and I don't know where it goes. I didn't come across another seal like it during disassembly, and I don't see it anywhere in the parts diagram above. Can anyone tell me where it goes? It's on the right side in the attached pictures.

Thanks in advance for your help!

 

 

 

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norcal616

Part #33 in the diagram you posted... looks like it goes behind the pump blades...


2015 fz-07- Hordpower Edition...2015 fj-09- 120whp- Graves Exhaust w/Woolich Race Kit- tuned by 2WDW
 

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sejub

That seal is the part that I ordered, and I know where that goes. I'm talking about the smaller seal that came in the same package (see pictures). This smaller one is not in the diagram.

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Evill_Ed

Looks like what is referred to as the damper on the back of the impeller. Says it is not available alone, only in kit. I think it appears on the impeller shaft in the parts diagram, but without a separate part number. Here are the water pump section pages from the service manual.

 

Ed

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sejub

Yes, that was it! Thank you! I totally missed it.

Old one next to new one installed:

 

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sejub

By the way, for anyone else doing this job, that mechanical seal is $25, so don't break it like I did my first one.  😪

I found that the best way to insert the new seal is to hammer it in gently with a 1" socket on the outer-most edge.  The rest of the seal is extremely fragile.

Maybe I should invest in the service manual. 😂

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Evill_Ed
19 minutes ago, sejub said:

 

Maybe I should invest in the service manual. 😂

If you’re going to do your own maintenance and service, it would be money well spent. I got the Haynes manual 

Ed 

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