Right side, just around the foot brake. Best way to check the oil level is, bike on center stand, engine running, flashlite in hand, have some one turn the engine off while you look at the glass, you will see the oil settle to it's level this way.
3 1/2 quarts. There is a sight glass on the lower right side that shows the oil fullness.
10w40 is good. Check out Motul.
there is a sight glass on the lower right side of the engine fill oil to top of sight glass is full
yes and no, it has a glass indicator window but no dip stick
There is no dipstick on this motorcycle. There is an inspection window called "a sight window" on the bike's right side when sitting on it, a bit forward of the rear brake pedal. There are two lines on the sight glass. They form the upper and lower oil level indicators. The oil should be at the upper or between the two levels. It happens that the oil level cannot be seen through this small window but it can be cleaned by turning a small screw located in the middle of the sight glass. This turns a small wiper blade that cleans the glass from the inside.
Have the bike on the center stand and look in the sight glass. Its on the foot brake side. Just wipe it and use a flash lite. Helps if the engine is running and have some one turn it off and you will see the oil settle.
I too also have a Goldwing,and I was having that same problem. Believe it or not I used my car oil dip stick,to check my oil...it gave some indication how much oil was in there I have a 1980 Honda GL1100i "Interstate". The motor oil level is checked through a sight window in the right side of the case, a little bit forward of the rear brake pedal. There are two lines molded into the case beside the sight glass. These are your upper and lower level indicators. You want your level to be about midway between those marks. If you cannot see the oil level, you might have some oil "schmutz" on the inside of the window. You can clean this by turning the little screw in the middle of the sight glass, which turns a set of miniature wipers on the glass, cleaning it off. try putting the bike on the centerstand, starting the engine, let it idle. now look at the siteglass window for your oil level. should be halfway up the window with 3.7qts of oil.
On the right side there is a chcek glass it is hard to see
Actually there is no dipstick, there is a sight glass on the left lower side of motor with 2 marks on the case . The upper mark is the full level. You can see the oil thru the round glass sight glass
There is a sight glass on the side of the engine. With the bike sitting level, the oil should be between the two marks on the engine case beside the sight glass.
theres no dipstick on a yammaha yz, theres a clear glass sight when the bike is level the oil should be visible in the sight glass!! careful not to overfill above the glass, if you do let some out till you can visibly see the oil level!
There should be a sight glass on the left lower side of the motor. The oil should be visable in the glass.
There is no dipstick on this bike. Instead, there is a sightglass on the right side of the crankcase. You may have to use a flashlight to see the oil level through the sightglass. With the bike on the center stand, the oil level should be around the middle of the sight glass "window". Some people have made their own dipsticks to use in these bikes.
I have an '83 so they should be the same. Look towards the bottom of the engine on the right side between the peg and the brake. there should be a sight glass on the block with a small peg that has a slot in it sticking out of the middle of it. after cleaning the outside of the glass if you still can't see the level due to the glass being dirty on the inside, get a flat head screwdriver and turn the peg in the middle of the glass in a complete circle several times. This is a cleaner and should clarify the inside of the sight glass. now you should be able to view the oil level, but make sure you put it on the center stand first.
There will either be a sight glass (window) or you'll have a dip stick.
It depends on what kind of equipment/engine. On my shop air compressor the oil level should be at the midpoint of the sight glass.
Oil LevelMaintain the oil level at the center of the sight glass. Do not overfill.1. Make sure the vehicle is on a levelsurface.2. Start the engine. Allow it to idlefor about 30 seconds, so it can be a litlle bit warm. Stop the engine.3. View the oil level through thesight glass, make sure it is on the center not in the top*.4. Remove the fill plug. Add thenecessary oil.*A rising oil level between checks in cool weather can ocur and could indicatecontaminants such as gas or moisture collecting in the crankcase. Ifthe oil level rises to the top of the sight glass, change the oilimmediately.This is also the reason you wouldn't want to get the oil on the top of the sight glass.
The oil on an 81 GL1100 Goldwing motorcycle is checked by removing the dipstick. Marks on the stick indicate how much oil is currently in the engine.
Yes, it is. However, there is separate gear oil in the final drive of the Goldwing, as it is shaft driven.
7 oz. in gearbox, or until middle of sight glass
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same as the engine oil
My owners manual for my 1984 Honda GoldWing says to use SAE 10W-40 Oil.
there is a sight glass on the foot brake side of the motor