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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Oil type
there usually is not a break in period anymore but when you get your first oil change refer to your owners manual. you did not say where you live but a 10w30 5w30 is recommended most. Always use a Multi viscosity oil like 10w30 the 10 is the viscosity at start up so your engine starts better. The 30 is the viscosity at operating temp. the w means that you can use it in winter. The API that you see on the oil can means American petroleum institute. SAE on the can means society of automotive engineers Viscosity means flow rate and you need to keep oil flowing at all times
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
SOURCE: Gearbox oil change
There should be a drain plug either on the bottom of the gearbox or on the side of the gearbox at the bottom. Put in fresh 10w40 motor oil. There will be an oil fill screw either on the left or right side of the gearbox case.
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
I tend to agree with DickCanFixIt. Why try to out engineer the engineers who designed the motor? Honda, Yamaha, Harley, BMW, Suzuki, Kawasaki and a hundred other manufacturers do not say or recommend the use of additives. Stick with the standard 10w40 motor oil.
By the way, if you can give DickCanFixIt a top rating, you should. Don't rate my answer, **** did the work here.
Posted on May 02, 2009
does it crank over?....if so check spark...fuel...etc...try to narrow it down to a actual problem such as carbs clogged, or injector not working, other than wont start, not able to tell much from that.
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
Hi and welcome to FixYa,
Almost always, fuel overflow is a float/ fuel inlet valve problem. This would require a carb pulldown for cleaning and soaking in carb cleaner non-rubber parts. In sone instances, dirt, sand or foreign matter would wedge itself on the inlet port and the valve could not close it full hence the overflow. In others, it would be a float adjustment issue.
It would only happen when the engine is running because the fuel cut-off valve (petc0ck) is vacuum activate. Vacuum is only present when the engine is running.
Good luck and thank you for asking FixYa.
Posted on Nov 10, 2009
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