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  • Following a regular maintenance schedule ensures that your ATV will run smoothly and safely every time you take it out for a spin. Whether it’s cleaning the air filter or replacing a spark plug, make sure to refer to your ATV operator’s manual for specific instructions regarding your model. 

    Maintenance to perform every 100 hours (or 600 miles):

    • Clean air cleaner
    • Inspect and make any necessary repairs to the air cleaner housing draining tube
    • Inspect all spark plugs; replace or clean if necessary
    • Replace engine oil and engine oil filter
    • Inspect radiator coolant and top off if necessary
    • Inspect brake fluid and top off if necessary
    • Clean the spark arrester

    Maintenance to perform every 200 hours (or 1200 miles):

    • Clean air cleaner
    • Inspect and make any necessary repairs to the air cleaner housing draining tube
    • Inspect all spark plugs; replace or clean if necessary
    • Replace engine oil and engine oil filter
    • Inspect radiator coolant and top off if necessary
    • Inspect brake fluid and top off if necessary
    • Inspect the wear on brake pads and shoes; replace if necessary
    • Clean the spark arrester

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