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Can i change right side crankshaft seal without splitting the case on a suzuki 2003 rm 250

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No you have to split the case my friend........ sorry

Posted on Feb 24, 2012

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Splitting the case on an 02 rm 125 got all the bolts visible on outer case just wondering if theres bolts under the clutch housing to be undone before i split


Normaly you can remove the left crankcase on its own, however if it is proving difficult to split it is possibly tight in the crankshaft main bearing, you will need to remove the clutch at some point during this rebuild so do it now while you have the stability of the engine cases , undo the nut securing the crankshaft pinion on the r/ h side, the crankshaft is often easyer to remove from this bearing, also it is easyer to reasemble the engine and gearbox when previously dismantled correctly. Paul

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Need help!!! Please Ive got a 2003 rm 250 and ive just changed the crank seal and ive put the bike back together and it selects 1st gear and it will go into neutral but it wont go up to select 2nd 3rd...


Sound like you have reasembled something Incorectly, poss selector fork not located on pin, either way i think you are going to have to strip it again, always good practice to try all the gears on the bench, after asembling the crank cases,you could check the gear shaft is located properly in the. Selector

Feb 22, 2011 | 2003 Suzuki RM 250

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How do you change water pump seal 98 rm 125 !!???


It should be just that, a leaking seal, gasket. The water pump is external on that bike and doesn't go anywhere but the cooling dept.It doesn't get mixed with oil or anything. Take off the pump itself and replace the gasket. I think that should do it, unless it is the pump itself leaking.
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May 03, 2010 | 2003 Suzuki RM 125

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How do i remove the water pump on a 1999 suzuki rm 250


hi,drop the oil, remove the right hand casing. undo the water pump casing. remove the impeller (10mm bolt) dont lose the copper/ally washer. draw the drive shaft from the inside of the casing. remove the bearing. remove the seals, keep note which way round the seals are. they should be opposite. one keeps oil in and the other keeps the water out of the oil. if there are any score marks on the drive shaft,replace it , as it will only leak again. to put it back together, just reverse process. hope this helps. kev.

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How do i check the transmission oil levl in my 2003 RM 250


The engine and the trans do NOT use the same oil. The engine oil is premixed with the fuel. The transmission oil is filled with the filler plug on the right side of the engine case. Look under the kick stand, see the 850 ml marking? The trans holds that much oil. Either drain the oil and add that exact amount.... OR you can take out the check screw located lower and forward of the oil fill on the case, should look just like a case bolt, but with an aluminum washer to seal it. Once you remove this bolt/plug you can add oil till the oil flow out this hole.

Feb 21, 2010 | 2003 Suzuki RM 250

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My 1969 ts 250 is burning crank case oil. Must be the crankshaft seal is out? Can I replce the seal without spliting the crankcase joint?


If your motorcycle is burning oil this indicates worn top end components. A leaking crank shaft seal would be leaking onto the ground. Yes you can replace the seal without splitting the cases, with the right tools.

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How do you replace the crank seals in a suzuki 2000 rm 125


  1. Remove the left case cover and then remove the flywheel
  2. Drain the oil then remove the right case cover
  3. Remove the clutch
  4. Remove the Drive gear from the crankshaft.
  5. Now use a screwdriver to pry the old seals out.
  6. Smear oil on the interior of the new seals then install new seals flush with the casing
  7. Reassemble and put in fresh oil
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How much oil do i need to put in the engine of my 1987 suzuki rm 250?


It should be stamped on the right side of the engine case. If not most 250s require between .75 and .85 liters

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