April 13, 2024

 

CHECKING THE TRANSMISSION OIL LEVEL

1.Start the engine, warm it up for several minutes and wait for five minutes.

2.Place the machine on a level place and hold it up on upright position by placing the maintenance stand under the engine.

3.Check:

  • Transmission oil level

a.Remove the oil check bolt “1”.

b.Inspect the oil level.

Be sure the machine is positioned straight up when inspecting the oil level.

Never attempt to remove the oil check bolt just after high speed operation. The heated oil could spout out, causing danger. Wait until the oil cools down.

Oil flows out → Oil level is correct.

Oil does not flow out → Oil level is low. Add transmission oil until oil flows out.

    • Type

      Motor oil SAE 10W-40 type SG or higher

    • Quantity (disassembled)

      0.80 L (0.85 US qt, 0.70 Imp.qt)

    • Quantity

      0.75 L (0.79 US qt, 0.66 Imp.qt)

c.Inspect the gasket (oil check bolt), replace if damaged.

d.Tighten the oil check bolt.

  • Oil check bolt torque

    10 N·m (1.0 kgf·m, 7.4 lb·ft)

CHANGING THE TRANSMISSION OIL

1.Start the engine and warm it up for several minutes and wait for five minute.

2.Place the machine on a level place and hold it on upright position by placing the maintenance stand under the engine.

3.Place a suitable container under the engine.

4.Remove:

  • Oil drain bolt “1”

  • Oil filler cap “2”

5.Drain:

  • Transmission oil

6.Install:

  • Aluminum washer 

  • Oil drain bolt

  • Oil drain bolt torque

    23 N·m (2.3 kgf·m, 17 lb·ft)

7.Fill:

  • Transmission oil

  • Type

    Motor oil SAE 10W-40 type SG or higher

  • Quantity (disassembled)

    0.80 L (0.85 US qt, 0.70 Imp.qt)

  • Quantity

    0.75 L (0.79 US qt, 0.66 Imp.qt)

8.Check:

  • Oil leakage

9.Check:

  • Transmission oil level

10.Install:

  • Oil filler cap

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