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You need about 3 liters of Mobil 0w40 synthetic oil. New oil filter. There is a plug on the belly pan of the sled. Pull that off. Then there is a oil drain plug on the oil pan of the sled(look through the hole in the belly pan) Pull the oil plug and drain old oil. If you have a turbo, take off the intercooler tube, and then put rags or papertowel below where the oil filter sits. Spin off the oil filter (this might be real hard and some have resorted to driving a screwdriver through the filter to get it off) After all has drained.. Put in oil pan plug. Put in belly pan plug. Spin on new filter, put a little oil on gasket first. Replace intercooler tube. Then refil from the top of the motor with 2.5L of oil. Checking dipstick as you fill. Then start motor for a second or two, to fill filter. Top off the oil and recheck the dipstick until it reaches the full line. It really is very easy and after you do it once, you will be an expert at it.
I have a 1996 polaris xlt 600. I changed the coils, spark plugs, cdi box, put fresh gas, and did a compression check on motor witch read 98 across the board. I also rebuilt the carbs and they were tuned. My problem with this sled is when it gets warmed up the motor dogs out. could it be the water pump making this happen?
First check your belt for signs of wear. The belt should ride flush on close to flush with the outside diameter of the rear pully, if it is deeper than 1/8 to 1/4 inch it may be to worn to work properly.
Then, with the sled on a stand and the hood up, rev it a few times and watch the clutch and rear pully. Does the cluch stick? Does the pulley release when there is no tension on it?
if it has a carb and is a two stroke check the gap on your spark plug and make sure your main jet is adjusted right. but it sounds like your sled is running to rich. look at the end of your spark plug, if it is black you are running to rick but if it is kind of a white color it is to lean. it should be pretty close to tan.
HELLO; Get a manual on line there about $6.00-$10.00 and it will show you how to remove the side cover over your belt and check the weights on the clutch, and the wear on the belt and sheaves. GOOD LUCK....GREASY
it may be flooding out that is why it wont start try to shut the fuel off and try to see if it will try to start if not try taking the spark plug out and putting a little bit a very little bit of gas in the plug hole and then put the plug back in it and try to start it
The issue I had with my 94 was due to an oil adjustment, wich you can find below the carbs. It ran great at full throttle but once it sat at idle, the plugs would get wet and the same type of bog would accure. Get new plungs and make sure all three are firing first, if they are then the oil adjustment is off. If not sorry to say but you may have a bad coil.
pull agitator roller out of groove opposite end of drive belt area
install new belt by putting loop around silver drive shaft then putting over belt roller put roller in appropriate grooves( belt will feel stiff make sure belt stays on roller and under drive shaft put cover back on