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Oil change? Rookie rider, no manual to refer too and not spending 90 bucks to get the manual. simply need to know how and where to change the oil and filter on my 05 C90 Suzuki Boulevard. Anyone?

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The Filter is on the front, bottom of the engine. It will be tight to get off and must be screwed back on tightly or it will leak.

Oil drain plug is at the rear of the engine, facing backwards.

Oil filling is under the RHS rear chrome cover, two hex socket screws to undo.

C90 takes about 4.5 litres to fill with an oil filter change, 4 litres if you dont cange the filter.

After refilling make sure to hold your bike upright and check the sightglass under the filler. Oil level should be between the markings on the housing.

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I bought a clymer service manual that worked great for about 23 bucks

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