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BMW motorcycle maintenance

I have a 1992 BMW K75S motorcycle. Any details on how to:
1) change the oil
2) replace the battery
would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks!
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To change the oil you need to remove the sump plug, located on the underside of the sump. the plug is a bolt on the botom of the engine. once the bolt is removd, oil will drain out rapidly so have a container ready to catch the oil.once drained put the sump plug back in and refil with new oil.

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