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With automatic tranny, you should have the dipstick tube and it is caped. Note the dipstick in the picture. 9336 . Did you read your owners manual? Make sure the dipstick will work with your vehicle. You don't leave the dip stick in. Hopefully the dip stick comes with instructions. Your owners manual says to check automatic tranny fluid, engine running. Hope info helps.
Hi mick,depending on what make and model your bike is,they usually have a dipstick or an oil sightglass ,either way have the bike uptight on level ground with the tyres on the ground .if its. sightglass just look into it and see if the oil is visible and if so ajust the level by adding or draining some oil.the ssightglass is usually below the oil filler cap.if its. dipstick while upright undo the dipstick and clean it then put it back in its hole but Dont screw it in just lift it back out and again adjust the level as needed ther is usually a high and low mark on the dipstick shaft.
Castrol Syntec motorcycle 10-40wt is what i woul recommend and you have a dipstick. So if you have drained the old fluid start by pouring in 1 qt. then check the dipstick w/ bike level on level ground. Then add a little oil at a time until full..If you have a sightglass instead of a dipstick then fill half to 3/4 up the sightglass. Buy 2qts while your at the store...good Luck to you friend...Tim
Hey pal, do you have a dipstick for checking the oil or a sight glass on the lower part of the engine ? Either one , you have a cap with a raised edge so you can grasp it w/your fingers and unscrew it. If it's too tight i use an adjustable wrench or crescent wrench. This hole is where you pour oil in. Check the sightglass or dipstick before doing so OK?....Good Luck to you !.....Tim
Whoa friend, calm down, we'll get thru this. Do you have an owners manual ? if not get one from your dealer they are an invaluable tool. You have either a dipstick or a sightglass 4 checking your oil level ,right? On top of the crankcase on either left or right side there is a plug w/ a handle on it
(kinda like a stove/oven knob only smaller) This is your dipstick or just a cover if you have a sightglass. It unscrews to reveal a hole...THIS is where you pour in your oil....do not over fill....Good Luck to you my friend.....Tim
You have either a dipstick or sightglass correct? The oil goes in the dipstick hole . After oil and filter change pour in 1 qt of oil and check your level w/dipstick or sightglass. Slowly top up your oil checking every 1/4 qt you pour in. Bike should be held level on level ground...buy 3 qts of synthetic oil when ur at the store....Good Luck to you friend....Tim
p.s. if you don't have an owners manual, get one from your dealer,they are an invaluable tool.
CONTACT A SEARS SERVICE CENTER NEAR YOU OR CALL THEYRE HELPLINE. THERE SHOULD BE SIGHTGLASS OR CROSSHATCHES ON THE DIPSTICK. HALFWAY THE SIGHTGLASS WHEN SHUTOFF IS MINIMUM - I LIKE 3/4. HOPE THIS HELPS