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Have a 2005 wr 250, doesn't have a dipstick or viewing window anywhere I can see. Just want to check level of engine oil????

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Do you know where the oil filler neck is located? Should be on LH side above your clutch arm. Unbolt it and you will see a dark pool within it. Use a bamboo skewer, mark it from tip about 2-3 cm high, stick it perpendicularly into the hole and see if the oils touches the tip. If not just add a little more until it touches or give an oil mark on the skewer.

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