What kind of oil does a Kawasaki Mule pro Fxt take?

What kind of oil does a Kawasaki Mule pro Fxt take?

Kawasaki ATV/UTV Engine Oil 10W40 1 Gallon K61021-304.

How many quarts of oil does a Kawasaki Mule pro Fxt hold?

3 Quarts
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Package Information Bottle
Brand Kawasaki
Liquid Volume 3 Quarts

Is Kawasaki ATV oil synthetic?

Kawasaki ATV/Utility oil is formulated to provide maximum engine lubrication over the wide range of temperatures and operating conditions found in ATV’s and utility vehicles. Special Semi-Synthetic formulation for 4-stroke ATV’s and utility vehicles. Turbo and diesel rated.

How often should you change the oil in a UTV?

In general, you’re supposed to perform an ATV oil change about every 100 hours of use, or at least once per year. But be sure to check your owner’s manual to find out what it says about your specific ATV.

What kind of oil does a 2015 Kawasaki MULE use?

In this video I show you how to change the oil on a 2015 Kawasaki Mule Pro FXT. I use AMSOIl ATV/UTV 10W-40 full synthetic motor oil and an OEM oil filter. Check out my website for more products and info.

How much does it cost to service a Kawasaki pro FX?

Attached is the mod: Just bought my Pro FX yesterday. My dealer quoted $100 for basic service (20 hour oil change and front diff) and $200 for full (everything). Now the other dealer (that I didn’t buy from) was $300 for the $20 hour.

When does the Kawasaki performance oil change kit come out?

•Genuine Kawasaki Parts and Accessories •Easy to buy, easy to stock, easy to sell •Projected ship date: March 2020 • Kits are not eligible for return or exchange •10W-40 ATV/UTV Oil •Genuine Kawasaki Oil Filter •Drain Bolt Sealing Washer •One Pair Lime Green Disposable Gloves •One Disposable Funnel

Is the warranty on a Kawasaki MULE voided?

Im guessing not. Same with fluids, if you can’t prove you changed or had them changed and a gears burns out, trans slips, etc. Im betting your warranty is voided, right? I didn’t plan to take my mule in every 20 hours to have the valves adjusted.