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I have purchase a new pulsar bike in 2015,october. and also 1st free service was done in 600 km. now i reached 3425 km. i am having problem .. oil leak in engine head. what happen ?

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I presume if you bought it new in Oct 2015 it is still covered under some form of new vehicle manufacturer warranty. Check the terms of your manufacturer warranty and take it back to the bike dealer service and have the problem fixed under manufacturer warranty.

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you mean to say that you want to service the bike by yourself
1st of all see when was the bike last service at how much Km.
if it was long time then 1st of all better replace Engine Oil & Oil Filter better go through Instruction manual for better understanding of your bike Engine it's working & every dimension for a hazard free trouble free ride just visit your nearest authorized service station.

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