Question about 2008 Yamaha Raider
NO problem,just need to know how to change the transfer case oil, on my 2008 Yamaha raiderThanks Hank
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Transfer case oil
Stratoliner 09 transfer case and oil drain plugs
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you fill it to the level hole on the front cover, it is a small allen head bolt below the level of the big filler plug. would advise looking at www.roadstarclinic.com, great web site for information on yamaha star motorcycles.
Posted on Jan 20, 2010
SOURCE: I have a 97 535
1) you do not have the transfer case bolts tight enough meaning that you are not setting them to torque specs.
2) Most likely - You have a leak somewhere else that you are thinking is coming from the transfer case. I would remove all the excess oil from the motor by cleaning it with some type of degreaser and then checking to see exactly where the leak is originating from.Most of the time with motorcycles due to the fact that the engine is getting so much air when riding, your leak will tend to travel making you think that a leak is somewhere else rather then where it is really at.
Posted on Jun 05, 2011
Hi'' yes it is combined , what you mean transfer case is same as the crank case where engine oil is stocked , you can change engine oil in every 5,000 km. reading . you may use 4T engine oil.
Posted on Jul 12, 2011
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