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I just bought a LT-F 250 for my daughter. For some reason the oil site glass doesn't represent the oil level. It does seem to register correctly when it's running though?????Does anyone know how much oil it takes when changing the oil?
When it's shut off the site glass is full. If I put a dipstick in the oil fill, it shows that my level is about even with the middle of the site glass. When I changed the oil, it didn't show anything on the site glass until I started it. I ended up putting too much in and had to drain some out.
Have you tried draining a little bit at a time after shutoff to see if the correct level appears in the glass? Wished I had a straight answer for you but I don't know the capacity on the 250 (2wd?). I guess you may have to call and ask a dealer if no ltf250 owners are reading the board.
My dad has a 98 LT-F250 so I would assume that Suzuki has not changed the oil capacity. The manual says it is suppose to take 3.8 quarts and whenever I have changed it, it usually takes around that amount to fill it.
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