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Tranny oil white

Have got mid 90s mudbug 125 with white milk like oil in the tranny does this mean a crack in the tranny or can water get in easily? have been riden on beach ect. also should oil be changed right away? what kind of oil

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  • angrynick19 Dec 28, 2008

    also how do i drain oil if its a major problem that needs sorting asap

  • angrynick19 Dec 28, 2008

    where is the vent line and where do i find the drain plug? thanks

  • angrynick19 Dec 28, 2008

    thanks it is a 2stroke. all i can see is a large bolt head right under the engine

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I would drain it ASAP!Most likely it got in through the vent line.Not sure where the tranny drain plug is.

Posted on Dec 28, 2008

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    Brad Hurt Dec 28, 2008

    Vent line should be on top of the tranny.A drain plug should be on the bottom of the engine towards the rear.If I were you I would drain the engine oil too and start from clean oil.Engine oil may be both trany and engine.I am not familiar with this model but most 4stroke bikes run the same oil in the same case.Now a 2stroke you will have a seperate drain for the tranny on the rear bottom .
    Hope this helps.

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