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Old 04-09-2009, 12:38 AM
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Feel like a dummy asking this but the diagram in the service manual is not very clear.
Is the engine oil drain bolt on my 07 the one that is facing you on the left side of the engine by the rubber bung on the frame? if so do you hav to remove the bung to get a socket & ratchet on it?
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What year and model motorcycle do you have?
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I am looking on Pages 80 and 85 of my Dyna 2007 Owner's Manual. Under the transmission on the left side, you will see two drain plugs. The drain plug for the engine oil is the one that is towards the rear of the bike (in the oil pan under the transmission - Pg. 80). The plug in front of that plug and a little inboard, is the transmission drain plug (Pg. 85). You shouldn't have to remove anything to get the drain plug out. Make sure the bike is standing upright when you change the oil. Either on a jack, or with a 2x4 under the sidestand.
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Thanks for that, got it
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It's the drain bolt on the left side...

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