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I just recently bought a 2012 Can Am commander and the day i brought it home i had my first roll and now it is leaking oil. I have searched but cant find where the oil is leaking from. Any ideas would be appreciated.


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I just recently bought a 2012 Can Am commander and the day i brought it home i had my first roll and now it is leaking oil. I have searched but cant find where the oil is leaking from. Any ideas would be appreciated.


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Well thats the thing i cant find where it is leaking from... all i can find is oil on the ground and under the motor... It is motor oil cause my oil is way lower than it should be.. i just dont understand why its dropping oil from a roll. it just tipped on its side and was rolled right back on its wheels.
 

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Well thats the thing i cant find where it is leaking from... all i can find is oil on the ground and under the motor... It is motor oil cause my oil is way lower than it should be.. i just dont understand why its dropping oil from a roll. it just tipped on its side and was rolled right back on its wheels.
Have you pulled your engine hood and side panels yet to zero in on it? Oil can run the length of your belly pan and drip from anywhere...thanx for saying its engine oil, we now have a start.

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What side did it roll on? The crankcase breather is on the left hand side of the engine. On the atv's the airbox would fill up with a tip over. I would check your airbox and pull the driver side engine panal and see if the hose is still attached.
 
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