i had the same problem on my f5 so i took it back to the dealer and told them i wnated it fixed. they told me there was some teflon tape over the seams to prevent water from forming ice under the seat but it was failing. needless to say they siliconed it up and havent had a problem with it since.
greg probably cannot answer this post he is an engine man...although I too would like the answer to this question please keep the posts engine related so greg doesn't have to sift through questions he is not able to answer or are out of his department. If we can do this greg should be able to answer alot more questions as he will have more time to do so.
Just put silicone under the back of the seat, redo the silicone on heat exchanger, silicone the two holes in tunnel under the aluminum tape and fill the wiring conduit with silicone and let it sit for 24 hrs. 300 miles of ice free riding so far and don't expect any more problems. Pretty easy fix!! Can all be accomplished in about 20 minutes!!! Then just the cure time. :blink: h34r:
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