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1993 suzuki rm 125 how to check trans oil no sight glass

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The theory is to replace tranny oil at regular service intervals, common for motocrossers. Compactness of waterpump and clutch leaves no room for a dipstick measure on filler plug and no room for a sight window. Drain and measure if you sense a leak, otherwise just replace with specified amount as required.

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Yep just fill it with 750 ml oil and giver

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How do u tell when there is enough oil in the crank case of a 2003 suzuki rm 250 ... there is no sight glass n n stick on the cap.

On the left side just in front of the sprocket is an Allen head bolt- this is your oil level check bolt; remove it, and fill until the oil begins to spill out.

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Checking oil level without draining the oil.

Where you add the oil a dipstick should be on the screwcap? or a sight glass window by the kick starter on the side of the engine.

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Check oil level

Standard 'oil in frame' inspection is to make sure (through the engine sight glass that there is oil) start it, let it warm up, leave it for 7-10 mins and check the level of the glass. oil should be visible and ideally not more than 1/2 way up the window.
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2001 rm 125 transmisson oil level

It does have a small bolt on the clutch cover, with the bike standing straight up, fill it untill the fluid runs out of this hole.

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Can not locate the crankcase oil check bolt on my 93 rm 125

Hi, firstly look on left side near cylinder base for a cap !its not a bolt[way too big] & usually has a bar arrangement so you can get hold of & twist it!
dont mix oil brands! use a TOP quality oil
as its the only insurance you can apply to it!
[ cheap oil kills engines] use what you can afford! & stick with it!

Jul 17, 2009 | 2003 Suzuki RM 125

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What gear oil do i use and how much for a 1993 rm 125

either 80 or 90 weight gear oil should be fine. and it either has a sight glass or more likely a check bolt to fill it to. it should take less than 1 quart

Jun 10, 2009 | 2003 Suzuki RM 125

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How do i check my oil on my Suzuki 125 2 stroke?

there is a sight glass toward the bottom of the motor keep looking you'll find it

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I change my oil (Shell Rotella T 15W-40) and filter (Wix) every 3k miles. My oil capacity is stamped on my case by my sight glass. Check owner's manual.

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