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For the pgo big max 50 cc they have the gear oil on thr left back side how are you supose to fill it ? Right when it goes to thr thread on the strew. I could find this answer in manuel

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My 2004 Pgo big max won't start. It turns over but will not fully start...can someone help me with this issue that I'm having. It a Pgo big max 50 r.thanks

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The bottom big bolt is the drain bolt.
the fill hole is a bolt which you take out to fill the fluid it is labeled with oil symbol or words. this is where you fill it.
there is another bolt you need to take out approx 1 1/2 inch above the botton, it should be labeled
fill or level but sometimes no marks, note: what your looking for is a bolt that dosen't attach anything, that bolt is specifically a level gauge bolt.

okay once drained, put the bottom drain bolt back in. and start filling in the top hole
until you see oil start coming out the fill/gauge hole, once you see oil start flowing out, put the bolt in and tighten, then put the top bolt in and your done.

dispose the old gear oil at your local auto parts store.
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