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How much oil is required for the engine on a 2004 kx 250f kawasaki

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On the right side of the engine there is a glass piece. fill till you see the pil in middle of site glass.

Posted on Dec 21, 2008

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I do not know in ML, but if you look on the right or left side of engine you should see a site window. When you put the oil in what you are looking for is the oil to be in the middle of the site glass.

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