Question about 1981 Honda CX 500 A
Oil leak on top of motor on kawasaki prairie 300 4x4 looks like around the shifter arm to put it in his low and neutral and reverse
Posted on Mar 23, 2016
Actually the other poster is incorrect. You do not have to pull the cover to change out the seal.
This is how you do it:
1. Drain all oil from the engine (best to do it when it needs it)
2. Remove the shifter (one bolt, then just wiggle it out)
3. Remove the old seal (I use a dental pick, a small bent screwdriver would also work)
4. Press in the new seal (I used a deep socket the same size as the seal)
5. Put the shifter back on, tighten bolt
6. Fill bike with correct amount of oil
7. Ride on!
Also, www.trainwiththom.com has a manual for your bike
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
Hey doesn't your Honda know that only Harley's mark their territory? Pull the cover and install a new gasket, no big deal.
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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