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    Default Honda Scooter (Engine & Gear Oil Change)

    Let me make this as simple as possible.

    Tools required: 17mm & 12mm sockets, Angled funnel, Oil dropper.



    Remove the oil cap, drain bolt and spacer.



    Catch the oil using a pan and wait till the entire oil is drained, once flow stops ensure everything is out by turning the motor using the kicker.
    BTW the oil drains sooner if the bike is tilted backwards, just push down on the seat.



    Now more to the other side of the bike and look for the strainer bolt, its the one on the left of the engine number.



    Yup! You've found it.



    Remove the spring, strainer and bolt, and clean everything.



    Once clean, put everything back.



    Properly torque and ensure that there are no leaks from the strainer bolt as well as the drain bolt.



    Now its time to pour in the new oil, the quantity is 700ml.



    This is where the angled funnel comes into place.



    After filling check the mark on the level and make sure its right.



    Now for the gear oil, drain via undoing the bolt seen in the picture and fill 120ml oil after undoing the similar bolt above it, use an oil dropper.



    Dispose the old oil in compliance to your respective environmental laws.



    And thats it folks, you're done

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    Default Re: Honda Scooter (Engine & Gear Oil Change)

    DIY Approved

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