Changing The Oil in a BMW 650 GS Motorcycle

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BMW G 650 GS

Changing The Oil in a BMW 650 GS Motorcycle

Changing the oil in the BMW 650 GS and the is very simple. The BMW shop in my of the woods wants $150 to do the which is why I took it upon my to learn how to do this. While you have to get the oil change kit from it’s probably best they provide the copper for the sump plug, the o-ring for the oil and the oil filter itself all of which about $15.

Some make the job way more complicated it needs to be, by removing the whole oil and getting every last out so as to remove all possible particles may be suspended in the oil. I and many don’t think this is at all. After all, the oil is supposed to take care of and if you have that much in your oil … you got other major

So … let’s get on with it. Run the motorcycle to get it up to operating temperature, which the radiator fan should should on. Turn the bike off.

the Oil Tank

Leave the bike on its side-stand. There’s enough of a for the oil to drain. If you have a center that is fine.

Remove the by unlocking the rear compartment and the cable release located The seat will then up. The only reason we have to the seat is to gain access to one screw so we can remove the left body panel (next

Remove the left side panel by unscrewing the oil dip stick and the screw right next to it, the 4 torx screws which the left hand turn to the body, and remove the one torx which is normally covered by the You can let the left hand turn dangle by its wires, although it is disconnected by squeezing the plug and gently.

NOTE: The bottom part of the side panel has a male piece that snaps into a rubber grommet. best to pull the bottom of the side body panel out a bit, then lift up.

the side body panel is the black finned oil tank is now Loosen and remove the oil drain located here . The oil will out about 5 inches or so then tapper off. I found it to use a funnel to collect and direct the oil in a pan of sort.

If you have the bike on a center just lean it over a bit to the oil drain. Again, you don’t to get every last drop.

the oil has finished draining, replace the screw. Don’t crank on the drain screw too much, but it be snug.

You can now replace the left body panel by inserting the connector into the rubber (bottom of body panel), the turn signal, replacing the screws, and attaching the seat. The top of the side body panel into the top body panel in places.

Changing the Oil Filter

To the oil filter, you have to also the chain sprocket protector to access to one of the torx screws.

BMW G 650 GS

Reposition the black neutral so as not to get oil on it. You don’t need to disconnect it, move it out of the way.

Now that the sprocket cover has been you can remove the 3 torx screws on the oil cover (one of them different and sticks out a bit). Be for a bit of oil as you start to loosen the torx It’s not like a liter is go gush out, but there be a few ounces.

There’s no perfect way to a mess. Some people cut an can length-wise to catch the oil and direct it from the bike. Remove the by pulling it straight out with fingers (did you think you going to stay clean?!).

If you want, you can clean out the oil filter but it’s not necessary. If you do decide to do so, sure you use a clean lint cloth or something that leave lint or threads

Remove the old black o-ring inside the filter cover you removed. If you bought the oil change you will find a new black Lube the oil ring with oil and insert it into the oil filter Put some oil on the rubber ring the oil filter and insert the oil filter the motorcycle.

It should push in but not hard.

Reattach the oil filter re-route the black wire in its position (if you moved it), and the chain sprocket cover. The on the torx screws for the oil filter are 10 nm. However . the one torx screw looks different and sticks out a bit not be tightened that hard.

Snug, but not super tight may break it).

Sump for the Crank Case

BMW G 650 GS
BMW G 650 GS
BMW G 650 GS
BMW G 650 GS


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