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Gary Patch

Oil drain plugs quadzilla 2008 320 e

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Hi can anyone tell me where to locate the oil drain plugs for engine and also transmission oil on this ate  only appears to be a skid pan underneath   And if possible type and quantity of oil required thanks gary

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That plug is usually up in one of the holes on the skid plate.  It’s definitely there so you are going to have to really get under it and feel around.  Even wash it out. I had a Yamaha with  a skid plate.  It was packed with dried mud.  After a little hosing down and looking I found it.   As far as the oil level there should be a sight glass or an indicator level on the oil plug almost like a dip stick but one or the other it’s there.   As far as oil a good 10w40 will be fine.  There was actually a topic on this today in the forum about oils.  Take a look.  

Be gentle with that oil plug when removing and reinstalling. You over tighten it and it strips or even worse crack the engine casing  where the threads are.  

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found and done engine oil but cant for the life of me find transmisiion oil drain plug thanks for help glad i dont have to take skid plate off

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That transmission plug should have a hex head flush type drain plug and it should be on the bottom same side as the fill cap.  Some of the engines on other manufacturers bikes had the gear boxes built right into the engine where the engine oil was also the gear box oil. Both pros and cons . I believe your bike has a separate transmission, locate the fill cap and look under the bike in the same area. 

 

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Ok Mr Gary we need to figure this out. I know @Ajmboy is a Suzuki guy. Maybe he has some input.  But I would think there has to be a drain plug.  Have you checked the lower sides of the case ? Maybe instead of the bottom ?

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thanks again for input yes ive been all over it cant think it doesnt have drain plug the front and rear diffs have drainn plugs perhaps it could be small screw or somthing im missing 

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