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    Question 06 15f oil level?

    Hey guys, just bought a used 15f, put her in the water checked the oil level and I'm no mechanic so I ask is it ok and or normal to have the oil level hairline to the bottom end of where it should be between on the stick? Looked clean and I bought it from a dealer so I'd imagine they recently changed it, just wondering, other than that rode it and I loved it for the price...


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    jtskir15f's Avatar
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    do a search on 15f engine oil. or go to floridasmarthomes.com and the teammoto link. skips did a very good write up on the engine oil level.

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    I have the oil running right in the middle of the two lines. You have to pull the stick and then reinsert it to get a good reading

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    thats what im doing also, thats where skips recommended on his write up.

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    Cool

    mine still seems more toward the bottom line.

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    put back in as much as you pull out with the extractor, add a small shot for the filter and your level should be the same as when you started

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