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Oil change, no dip stick or niveu plug?

How much oil is required when changing oil. why can we not find out if it is enough oil in the 1999 Yamaha xv 125?

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If you check here you will see that #18 is "gauge-level"
This should show you the oil level.
Remember: Put inside the 2/3 of the total amount of oil and run the engine for 5 minutes.Then kill it and add the rest of the oil to the proper level.

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