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post #1 of 18 Old May 27th, 2012, 04:58 PM Thread Starter
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Picture of the oil drain plug location

Anyone a good quality picture of the location of the oil drain plug on the motor(not the sump).

I have heard of people draining the wrong plug!

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Anyone a good quality picture of the location of the oil drain plug on the motor(not the sump).

I have heard of people draining the wrong plug!

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I don't have a photo but it's the one left of center looking from the back forward (under the motor). And the motor plug takes an allen wrench! The transmision takes a socket. I dropped my tranny oil twice before I got it right!

I DIDN'T NOTICE IT WAS THE XP THREAD......SORRY!

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Re: Picture of the oil drain plug location

On xp remeber trans is all the way back eng close to seats and it's Alan not bolt

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On xp remeber trans is all the way back eng close to seats and it's Alan not bolt
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Re: Picture of the oil drain plug location

So the trans drain is an allen and the engine oil is a bolt for the XP?

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On my XP4 the engine oil drain is an Allen wrench. Under the motor and on the skid plate there is an open whole directly below the nut. Just follow the manuals instructions. Good luck.


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Re: Picture of the oil drain plug location

so no pics? and the xp oil is bolt or Allen? i looked at mine quick and i saw a small Allen and a bigger Allen i believe. the smaller one was closer to the front and the larger one is at rear axles almost.

someone clear this up please
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Re: Picture of the oil drain plug location

it is on the oil pump not the engine! not a allen.

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lol...So one guy is saying its an allen located under the engine and another guy is saying its NOT an allen located on pump.I think everyone needs to get on the same page here lol...We are talking about the 900 xp here fellas,can someone chime in and clear this up?

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Re: Picture of the oil drain plug location

The 8mm allen wrench on the right is in the tranny drain plug....toward the rear of the machine.

The 6mm allen wrench on the left is in the engine drain plug.

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And there you have it...Thanks man!

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The 8mm allen wrench on the right is in the tranny drain plug....toward the rear of the machine.

The 6mm allen wrench on the left is in the engine drain plug.

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thanks. that the one i was goint to do lol
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Re: Picture of the oil drain plug location

That pic was def helpful, I just changed my oil for the first time and had no clu where it was

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Re: Picture of the oil drain plug location

Can you get one of these plugs at an auto store? I stripped mine some and just want to play it safe and get a new one

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