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New to the fazer have a problem locating nut to drain oil year 2002

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Hi Dave,
Looking from front of bike, sump drain plug is on the Right.It will be necessary to remove the r/s Fairing, Once the fairing has been removed,the drain plug can be seen at the lower end of engine.
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Posted on May 19, 2009


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