shifting problem? help



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  • joey330

Posted April 08, 2014 - 09:52 AM

#1

sorry for the topics but im just paranoid with the bike i just purchased.

 

 

so i just drained the oil, then changed it. put 1 quart and 100 ml in it because it was not coming out of the check bolt. still not but i know it has the oil.

 

now i can not get my bike to shift at all without ripping it into first. and 2nd not a chance..

 

 

where did i go wrong? 

 

what can i do before i go into pulling the cover off?

 

shifted fine before i changed the oil.

 

 

i put 10 40 in it. never encountered this problem.



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  • Still Bill

Posted April 08, 2014 - 11:20 AM

#2

What kind of bike?

 

Some 4 strokes have two different oil fills and drains (one for engine and one for gear box).

 

Maybe you over-filled the crankcase and ran the tranny dry and messed it up?







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