Tuesday, 18 October 2016

How to Clean Oil Filter of your Pulsar

This is an easy DIY which will help you clean the engine oil filter of your Pulsar. This DIY is applicable of Pulsar 150, Pulsar 180, Pulsar 200 and Pulsar 220. Oil filter is a necessary element in an engine that is used to clean dirt particles in engine oil and saves the engine from wear and tear. You should clean the oil filter of your motorcycle every 15k to 20k kms.

Tools Required.

* 17mm T spanner.
* 8mm T spanner.
* Star Screwdriver.

Step 1: Drain the oil from the engine by removing the 17mm bolt. You can find that bolt near the engine number scription on the left side of the vehicle.


Step 2: Remove the clutch plate cover by removing the 8mm bolts and the self motor cover.
Step 3: Remove the three bolts on the centrifugal oil filter with the help of star screwdriver. Open its cover carefully without damaging the gasket and clean the insides of the filter.

Clean centrifugal oil filter. 
 Step 4: Now remove the three 8mm bolts near the yellow gear and pull the oil filter out.
 Step 5: Remove the clip on the net clean the filter.
 Step 6: Now fit everything back as it was and don't forget any small part. Put new oil in the engine and enjoy.

Note: The little thing shown in the picture below is placed on the clutch cover. Make sure it doesn't fall of while you put back the cover. It has three parts A metal ring, a plastic pipe and a spring. It is used to keep the yellow gear in its place.

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