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I need to know how to change the oil on my 2006 Suzuki S-40! What kind of oil should I use? I don't have a manual and I don't know where the oil filter is located.

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Your oil filter is under the small triangle on the high side of your bike when its on the kickstand. to see the drain plug you will probably have to lay on the low side and it is directly on the bottom of the bike. it is a 14mm nut that screws out sideways not down. i hope this helps.

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You can order a manual from your suzuki dealer..I would ! Should be a round bulge on the lower front of your engine below exhaust pipe and your filter is hiding behind that. You do not have a spin on external filter like a car.i recommmend Castrol Syntec motorcycle oil 10-40 wt. Change every 2-3 thousand miles. The oil pours in the dipstick hole...Good Luck to you friend...Tim

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