Introduction: Changing Oil in a Four Wheeler
2004 Honda oil change
The first thing is to get the front of the four-wheeler off of the ground with the floor jack.
This is the flat safe spot under the front axle where the jack needs to be centered.
This is what the it looks like when it is off of the ground and ready to drain the oil.
The oil pan is to catch all of the oil when it is drained.
The creeper is to roll around on the floor and to go under the four-wheeler.
Roll under and find the drain plug to see what size wrench is needed to take the plug out.
This is the correct size to take the drain plug out on this four-wheeler 17mm
Take out the plug and let the oil drain into the pan below.
Lower the four-wheeler back down so the oil all runs out of the engine.
Its going to take a little bit for all of the oil to drain out so by taking off the cap while it is draining it reduce time for the oil change.
This is the correct size socket to take the bolts out of the oil filter cap. 5/16
This is what it looks like when the cover is off of the oil filter and the filter is out, and in the center of it is the little spring that can't get lost.
old used filter on the right vs the new filter on the left.
what the new filter looks like when it is installed make sure the little rubber side is facing out.
Time to put the cover back on the filter.
Lift the four-wheeler back up so the plug is easy to get at again.
When the plug for the four-wheeler is back in.
Let the four-wheeler back down so it is level so new oil can be added.
Look in the book for how much oil this four-wheeler takes. Under specifications and it will say engine oil and 2.6 U.S. quarts.
This gray cap is where the oil gets added find the right funnel that fits in the hole and add the proper amount of oil.
This black jug is the oil that is used in this four-wheeler 1 gallon or quarts
This black cap is the dig stick, this is how to check the if the oil level is correct.