Polaris Ranger 800 Crew Air Filter Change
Air filters are responsible for filtering out all the dirt and debris that would otherwise enter your side-by-side’s engine.
Not cleaning or replacing the air filter in your Polaris UTV regularly enough leads to poor performance, a worn engine and hefty repair bills. If you run your UTV in dusty or muddy environments often, you should check your air filter at least once after every 25 hours of use.
As far as simple maintenance goes, this one is as simple as it gets! Watch the video above and follow the steps below to change the air filter on a Polaris Ranger 800 Crew.
How to Change the Air Filter in a Polaris Ranger 800 Crew
Step 1. Release and tilt back the cargo bed.
Step 2. Release the four clips on the airbox cover and remove the cover.
Step 3. Remove the old air filter from the airbox.
Step 6. Install the new air filter.
PRO TIP: If you run your UTV in normal conditions, you can put in a standard Polaris air filter. The standard air filter is a paper filter that can be installed immediately. However, if you run your UTV in dusty or muddy environmental conditions often, consider installing a high-flow air filter. The high-flow air filter is a fabric filter that must be cleaned and oiled before it’s installed.
Step 7. Reinstall the airbox cover and reconnect the four clips, then lower and lock the cargo bed back into place and you’re done.
Ready to do an oil change on your Polaris side-by-side next? Watch the video above to see how to change the oil in a Polaris Ranger Crew 800.