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How and where do you change the oil and filter for 2005 c-90 boulevard?

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Run engine to warm up, Make sure bike is level and safe! drain plug is under at the back of engine, oil filter is a spin on located at the front under the battery box, fill plug is on right side behind small chrome cover (fuse box cover) it should hold approx 4.5 qts, make sure oil is specific for Wet Clutches and a 10W40, personally I use Mobile One 4T full synthetic, fill to top line on sight window

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First drain the oil from the engine by un-doing the oil drain plug at the bottom of the engines oil pan. Once most of the oil drains replace the oil filter. The oil filter on a Suzuki Boulevard c50 is located just below the gas tank on the right side of the motorcycle. The oil filter is a round assembly that is typically black or chrome and can be removed using an oil filter wrench. Put a bit of oil around the gasket on the new filter and screw it on tightly by hand. Put in the drain plug and fill the engine up with oil (check the oil level glass window with the bike in an upright position to make sure you have enough oil in the engine block)

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Looking for oil dipstick on 2005 suzuki boulevard c-50 how to do oil change?


Sorry, no dipstick; the oil level is checked at a sight window low on the right side of the engine. This is best done with an inspection mirror, as the bike must be held level to read accurately. Side note: when changing the oil filter, make sure that the rubber gasket of the old filter does not stick to the bike- some have failed to notice this, causing a total loss of engine oil while the bike is running!

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What fluids and oil should i be using for my 2007 suzuki boulevard s40. and how often should i change the oil?


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Oil Change


1/Open oil filer neck/hole above foot clutch
2/Drain the oil from cranckcase, drain bolt in front of centre stand. Use a catcher for used oil.
3/Remove oil filter case @ centre of engine block below rad, that hump looking item
4/Put new oil filter the reverse of taking oil filter off.
5/ Close drain hole securely
6/Put new oil into cranckcase abt 3L, check dipstick to see how full it is, if needed continue filling until proper amount is in the cranckcase.
7/ Close the filler neck and it is ready to play
8/ Good enough free advise?

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I changed my oil and filter in my suzuki boulevard c50 at 600miles. Now im doing my 4000 mile oil change and the manuel says I only need to change my oil not the filter, is this correct?


well some manufactures do recommend this ,they feel there engines operate better and not cause any problems...but personaly i would change the filter at that time..for peace of mind!!

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Need help with an Oil and filter change on a 2005 Suzuki M50


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Oil capacity


It takes 10w40 oil and 3.2 qts for oil change only and 3.6 qts for oil and filter change.

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Oil capacity


It takes 10w40 oil and 3.2 qts for oil change only and 3.6 qts for oil and filter change.

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