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Oil Change to Honda CRF250r 2004

I have drained out old oil, on Right hand side of motor is filler cap, which shows to fill with 770ml of oil. which i have done.

On the left hand side, is the dip stick, do i fill this with any oil.

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The left side is the ENGINE oil fill. The right side oil fill plug is THE TRANSMISSION oil. There are 2 separate drain plugs also. Honda sells an engine oil with moly HP4M that you should not put in the trans because it will cause clutch slippage. The best performance and protection for your bike is full synthetic engine oil with a dedicated gear oil in the transmission. Get yourself a manual so you will not be as confused

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The engine has two seperate sides which require oil... your owners manual should break it down step by step, if you dont have one id advise strongly to get one, but if not the right side has a 8mm bolt, remove it with the bike in a perfectly vertical position... if oil comes out its full... along with the dipstick on the left side, its pretty self explanitory on how much, just dont put too much in or you could blow seals and you will lose a slight amount of power... both sides use the same oil so you dont have to worry about clutch oil and all that ****... just use motorcycle 10w 30 or whatever... strogly advise hondas line of oil specially tuned for honda engines. keep up on it and that engine will last longer than you expect. have fun and be safe.

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This Engine Shares The Oil In The Crankcase With The Transmission . Put Oil In AT Fill Cap , Check Level At Dip Stick. Also This Engine Has An Oil Filter. Don't Forget To Change It . It Should Be Under A Cover That Has 3 8MM Bolts. Use New O-Ring Here.

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