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Behind the shifter on the motor there is a round plug. I am leaking oil from it how do I get it to stop

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Check out page 11 of the KTM owners manual from this link.
http://dl.owneriq.net/0/023acca0-f8aa-4324-8970-4f4dc4ccad41.pdf
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