Is there an oil filter on Znen Chinese scooters?

by Amanda

I own a Znen 150cc scooter. I want to change the oil and my manual alludes to an oil filter but I cannot find it. Does it exist? If so, where can I locate it? Thank you.

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Nov 12, 2018
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by: Anonymous

I own a Zn150ccT-30A scooter. I want to change the oil and my manual alludes to an oil filter but I cannot find it. Does it exist? If so, where can I locate it? Thank you

Feb 01, 2011
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by: savyo9

Your Znen scooter oil filter is located at the bottom of the engine crankcase. Below where you check your oil, there is a drain plug, where you drain the oil for an oil change.

When you unscrew the plug slowly and catch the oil filter and spring, have a pan under it to catch the oil, the oil filter is seated above the plug with a spring.

The filter and spring should be cleaned and reinserted and seated the same way it came out and the drain plug screwed tight so there are no leaks.

I have a 2010 Znen 50cc Motorino Amore-- savy09

Jan 19, 2011
by: Loosegrit

Most small scooters have a screen where you drain the oil and sometimes it is mistakenly called a filter. Its purpose is to catch small metal burrs.
For most scooters the oil is truly the only filter and that is why you should change often. I recommend every 500 mile or 3 months whichever comes first.

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