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Old 19th August 2006, 19:26   #1
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I just bought a TVS Apache 2 months ago, and I am having a problem with it.

There is a build-up of some sort of material on the contact posts of the starter coil, which looks like the salting that you find on battery terminals.

This material is causing severe corrosion of the engine casing wherever it touches.

Any solutions or ideas?

All help greatly appreciated.

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Old 19th August 2006, 21:33   #2
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The best thing to do now is close your eyes and go to TVS...The bike is still under warranty. They better get it sorted out for you.
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Do you stay very near to beach area?
My cousin too has an Apache but he hasnt got any problems like you have. Will check it on Monday and make a post
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hey i didn't faced that problem after 4months of purchase . well my advise is same as turbov12 go to the dealer and get it under warranty
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