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Default New to group and confused about checking transmision fluid level

I am new to the to Victory Forum Site.
I am hoping you can help me with a question.
I have a 2016 Cross Country Tour that is leaking oil.
I have checked the engine oil level and it is still good.
It is leaking from behind the engine so I believe it is coming from the transmission.
None of the books or websites tell me how to check the transmission fluid level.
I have looked and have not seen any place on the bike to do the checking.
I have an appointment with the dealer to bring it in, but I would like to make sure there is enough oil.
Would not like to damage any thing.
Hoping someone can tell me where it is located.

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Unlike Harleys, Victory engines share the same fluid in all three cavities.


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Bihind the engine is the carter breather or sump breather, a hose is connected there, if it comes loose then a oil-mist will spray over your bike, but the oil level will still be good ....

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That is good to know. At least I know I am not crazy.
So as long as I have oil in my bike, I should not have a problem getting it to the dealer.

Thank you for you quick reply

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That is good to know. At least I know I am not crazy.
So as long as I have oil in my bike, I should not have a problem getting it to the dealer.

Thank you for you quick reply

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Can you check if the breather hose is still connected ?

Better clean all the oil off, then run the bike and see where it comes from ....

Maybe a loose bolt on your primary ?

All easy solutions

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