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    Default Check/Changing oil in 4 wheeler

    How do I do it? (Things I should have learned before I got a 4 wheeler)

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    WELLLLL it might help to know what exactly it is that you own ?
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    Honda Rancher

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    Go to the dealer and buy a service manual. Money WELL spent.

    Some models have an oil filter and 2 drain plugs. Others only have 1 drain plug and no filters.
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    To change the oil there is a drain plug in the bottom. Just loosen that and drain the oil. On my 4-wheeler (suzuki eiger) the oil filter is up front. I have to take the inner fender out. Remove that, fill her up and check the oil, and your good to go. I change mine twice a year, once myself and the second time i take it to the dealer. So they can change my differential oil, and adjust my valves.
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    like CL said, buy the manual.You can also get the manual on CD if you like. Theres usually quite a few on ebay
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    Yup, if you don't have a manual buy one!
    Also it isn't a bad idea to change your differential fluid. I recommend synthetic even if it doesn't require it. A litle maintenace goes a long way!
    My first Honda atv lasted me 15 years, more than my first wife. She required more hands on...

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    buy a service manual

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    Quote Originally Posted by RocketRider View Post
    Yup, if you don't have a manual buy one!
    Also it isn't a bad idea to change your differential fluid. I recommend synthetic even if it doesn't require it. A litle maintenace goes a long way!
    My first Honda atv lasted me 15 years, more than my first wife. She required more hands on...

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    this will probably cost me some points, but did she also require synthetic?
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    More info 350, 2WD

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