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Old 06-11-2018, 08:32 AM   #1
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34 Pilot Water tank leaking

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I just got a 2000 34 Pilot home this past week. Unfortunately it appears that the fresh water tank is leaking. Has anyone replaced one of these tanks? Is there another way to access the tank besides the back of the tank in the engine room?

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Old 06-11-2018, 09:23 AM   #2
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Depending on where the leak is and the tank material you may be able to fix it.
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The water tank is under the sole in the main cabin. There is a hatch in the sole to access the level gauge, but you would probably have to remove the sole to get to the entire tank.


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The hatch in the sole does not let me see the tank, there is a stringer going across blocking access to the tank.
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Can anyone who cabin floor access panel that allow them to see the water tank, can you tell me if the front the tank is fasten down, or just slid in tight and only bolted in the rear? Thanks
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