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The transmition oil go complete to engine afther 3 hours runing.

I change the oil in my crf 250 and the transmition oil go complete to the engine, how I can fix it?thank you.

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  • Pat Murphy Oct 09, 2012

    I have the same problem. After riding for a couple of hours I checked the oil the next morning and the engine oil is completly full. The ****** side is empty. Why doe the ****** oil drain to the engine oil side?

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Not positive what you are asking, but on this bike, the engine oil also lubricates the transmission gears. what is key is to use a motorcycle oil. automobile oils are too slick and will cause your bike's transmission to slip.

Posted on Jan 27, 2009

  • joe Jan 27, 2009

    guess i didn't understand your question. what exactly is it doing again? engine oil is getting straight to the spark plug or its leaking out of the engine through the gaskets?

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