Join Date: Sep 2016
Year/Make/Model: VN 1500 Classic
As Romans has correctly pointed out ''milky'' = water contamination. However, it doesn't mean that WATER is getting in. Often a poor seal allows AIR into the system. Air contains water. If you add exposure to heat, you get ''condensation''. So, over a period of time, the air can become water once inside. But i agree it is a seal somewhere that is causing the problem. The fact that you said it was sitting a while would fit in with the condensation theory.
Don't spend hours looking for a place that water may be getting in..if it's an air leak, you will never find it...just replace the seals. But if used regularly, condensation shouldn't occur.
Last edited by RedHorse; 10-09-2016 at 10:19 PM.