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    SRX95 Oil / Filter Change

    I just want to be sure, so does anyone have a diagram to
    change the oil & filter on JD SRX95 rear engine rider ??

    Also what about the fuel filter, I see it but what is best way to
    get to this, do back wheels have to be removed ??

    Thank You

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    The oil filter is a screw on/off type. JD part# AM107423. The fuel filter is AM116304. Oil is TY22029. The fuel filter can be a pain to change as it lays in behind the rear wheel but can easily be changed with a pair of needle nose pliers to release and slide the hose clamps back. Buy 2 qts of oil. Add 1 qt after draining and add to the full mark. There should be a drain hose from engine with cap on end. Remove cap and drain oil.
    The SRX is a nice lil rider. With a single 30 inch deck the cut is great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xcopterdoc View Post
    The oil filter is a screw on/off type. JD part# AM107423. The fuel filter is AM116304. Oil is TY22029. The fuel filter can be a pain to change as it lays in behind the rear wheel but can easily be changed with a pair of needle nose pliers to release and slide the hose clamps back. Buy 2 qts of oil. Add 1 qt after draining and add to the full mark. There should be a drain hose from engine with cap on end. Remove cap and drain oil.
    The SRX is a nice lil rider. With a single 30 inch deck the cut is great.

    Is the bolt on the front above the filter the drain plug for the oil ??
    Is this in back of the rear wheel ??

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    There should be an oil drain valve on the base of the engine. Like a little faucet. It will be below the level of the filter.

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