How to Change Arctic Cat Mud Pro 700 Oil

Arctic Cat recommends changing the oil in your ATV every 3 months.

If you don't ride very often, you could get away with putting off oil changes a bit, but you'll still need to change your Mud Pro 700's oil on a regular basis. Here's what you need to do to change your Arctic Cat ATV's oil.

Tools and Parts Needed - Arctic Cat Mud Pro Oil Change 

Tools 

  • Ratchet and extension
  • 19mm socket
  • Oil filter wrench
  • Drain pan
  • Funnel

Arctic Cat Mud Pro 700

Changing the Oil on an Arctic Cat Mud Pro 700  

PRO TIP: Before changing your Mud Pro 700's oil, run the engine for a minute. This warms the oil and makes it drain better.

Step 1. Remove the seat, the left side panel and the oil dipstick.

Arctic Cat Mod Pro oil change

Step 2. Remove the oil drain plug located beneath the motor, which is accessed through the hole in the belly panel. Let the oil drain out completely.

Arctic Cat Mud Pro replace oil

Step 3. Inspect the old drain plug gasket. If it has become flattened from overuse, replace it with a new drain plug gasket. Some Arctic Cat ATV owners replace the drain plug gasket with every oil change, but it should be changed at least once a year.

Arctic Cat Mud Pro oil change drain plug

Step 4. Reinstall the oil drain plug and drain plug gasket.

Arctic Cat Mud Pro oil filter removal

Step 5. Remove the old oil filter, which is located on the lower right side of the motor and accessed from beneath the right front fender. Have a rag ready to clean up any oil that spills out of the old filter.

PRO TIP: If you change your oil filter regularly, you will probably be able to remove the old filter by hand. However, if the filter has been there for a while and is stuck, you'll need an oil filter wrench to remove it.

Arctic Cat Mud Pro oil filter installation

Step 6. Take a new oil filter, lube its O-ring with engine oil and install the filter.

Arctic Cat Mud Pro oil

Step 7. Add 2 quarts of quality engine oil and reinstall the oil dipstick.

Arctic Cat Mud Pro oil check

Step 8. Run the engine for a minute, then switch it off and check the oil level on the dipstick. Top off the oil level if necessary and you're good to go. Enjoy your ride!

 

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