Question about Triumph Bonneville Motorcycles
Where's the plug? should bike be level or on kickstand? how much? any filter? type of oil?
Hi buddy easy task if you know what your doing 1st run the bike for 10mins to warm oil up then on the right side at the front off the engine is the oil plug unscrew this i will give you a pic to demonstrate let the oil drain and kick it over 5 times to get access oil out then clean the plug and replace also retightening then we need to take the oil filter which is just a simple unscrew it and take it off get the new one oil the rubber seal on it and screw on hand tight the oil filter will be located on the engine and will look like the filters below either in silver or black once this is done you unscrew the engine filler plug and fill with oil but i need to know what model it is until i tell you how much and the capacity get back to me
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
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