do you have the schematics for a '98 softail starter?? do you have the schematics for a '98 softail starter??
Bottom of oil pan.
theres 2 hoses coming out of oil tank on bottom...One goes to the oil pump other one clamps on to frame. Take clamp off and drain the hose...That will drain the oil
It's in a plastic trap door in between the the radiator and the oil drain pan.
Does not have one. If you want to drain gear oil you remove the diff cover.
it is on the passenger side of the oil pan, kind of hidden behind the cross member
my drain is brok and i casn not get it out how can i drain the coolant?
It would be found at the lowest point of the engine's oil pan. It takes a 15mm wrench to remove it.
The drain bolt is at the front of the car on the right side (driver side) of the pan 19mm socket the filter is directly above the drain bolt. Make sure you position the pan with enough room since the oil will come out about 6-8" beyond the drain plug.
The primary oil drain Plug on my 98 FXDWG is loacated under the primary outer chain case to the rear of the case, just look under and you will see a plug. my plug is a torx type head so needless to say I use a torx bit to remove it when I drain the oil.
To drain the coolant system on a 98 Corsa, locate the drain plug under the radiator. Remove the plug and catch the run-off in a pan.
You will need to drain the oil from your 1998 Oldsmobile Aurora oil pan. Remove the oil pan retaining bolts. Remove the oil pan gasket and clean the surface. Put the new gasket on and reverse the process.
if u just drain and then refill it.. and u have a 98-05 GS then u refill it with 2.5qts from the Lexus standard
Why not just try different size metric sockets until you find the one that fits.
It is that drain plug looking thing at the bottom left of the radiator.
The choke (actually an enricher) is actuated by a black plastic knob located above and slightly to the rear of the horn cover on the left side of the bike. Use it only as little as is absolutely necessary or it will cause the spark plugs to foul and carbon will build up in the combustion chambers.
You must open up the back hatch of the bobcat to access the oil filter and pull it out. Then go to the side of the bobcat and pull the tab on the bottom side of the bobcat down. This will drain the spare fluids in the container.
To change the oil in a 1998 Chevy Prism you must first remove the oil plug from the oil pan under the vehicle. Allow all oil to drain out. Remove the old oil filter and replace with a new filter. Replace the oil plug in the oil pan. Refill the engine with clean oil as recommended without over filling.
Could be from a variety of places...however, if it seems to have occurred suddenly, it is most probably the result of an improperly installed oil drain plug that stripped the pan threads and now fails to seat properly letting a little oil leak. Replace the pan insert &/or drain plug. Does it have to be replaced...probably not if you watch your oil level closely; BUT wherever you park will get oiler and oiler.
There is no drain plug like you find on the oil pan. You have to loosen all of the transmission pan bolts and remove 2 of them, break the seal and let the fluid drain from the pan. Usually when you do that though you should remove the pan, change the filter and put a new gasket on the pan.
You check it with the oil dipstick
Depends on what you are trying to drain ... please be more specific on which fluid needs to be removed.