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Engine oil plugs?

I have a yamaha moto 4 dual range 4 wheeler. on the left engine side there is a plug on top of the transmission. curious of what liquid goes in there? right side has oil dipstick. no sight glass or dipstick on left side, just plug. it is NOT a 2004 . it is a late 80s model.

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Just oil,The same you run in the rest of the engine.

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