How to Change Oil in a Polaris Ranger?

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To change oil in a Polaris Ranger, place an oil pan under the oil tank and remove the plug to drain the old oil. Replace the plug and then loosen the clamp that holds the oil hose to remove it from the screen fitting. Remove the fitting and apply thread sealant after cleaning. Replace the fitting the hose. Replace the oil filter. Drain oil from crank case and put a cup of oil in it. Refill tank with 2 quarts of Polaris Premium 4 Synthetic oil.
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1. Place the vehicle on a level surface and start the engine. Let the engine warm up for 2 to 3 minutes to allow the oil to heat up and then turn off the engine. 2. Set the drain
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1. Gather the necessary items before you begin changing the oil and filter. 2. Move the ATV to a level area, and leave space around the ATV so you have room to work. 3. Start the
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How to Change the Oil in a Polaris Ranger XP
Polaris introduced the Ranger series of vehicles in 1997. The Ranger XP utility vehicle is no different than any other car or truck when it comes to preventative maintenance. You must change the oil in your Ranger XP every three to four thousand miles.... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
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