Where is the drain plug on a Kawasaki mule?

Where is the drain plug on a Kawasaki mule?

Mule Abuser This plug is next to the passenger’s side rear wheel.

Where the drain plug is located?

oil pan
The drain plug is a large nut or plug located under the oil pan at the bottom of the engine. If you can’t reach your oil drain plug easily, you’ll have to either crawl under your car to reach it or jack up the car.

Where is the oil drain plug on a Kawasaki Mule 550?

It looks like the drain plug is in the end of the block between the bottom two mounting bolts. Like a horizontal crankshaft lawnmower engine the drain isn’t in the actual bottom (under the engine) but out the side down at the bottom.

Where is the oil filter and drain plug?

Look at the bottom of the engine oil pan. Around the bottom of the pan, you should see a single bolt. That’s your oil drain plug. (Some vehicle models use a similar round plug, which you can pull to drain the oil.)

How often should you change the oil in a Kawasaki Mule?

Usually every 200 to 250 miles.

What kind of oil does a Kawasaki Mule use?

Kawasaki Performance 4-Stroke ATV/Utility Vehicle Engine Oil, Gallon, 10W-40.

How much does an oil drain plug cost?

The general range is between $100 and $350, but there are some vehicles that cost more. You can get an oil pan gasket replacement for between $40 and $150. The part is not the most expensive part of the repair, but the labor can be very intensive.

What kind of oil goes in a Kawasaki Mule?

What happens if you change the oil but not the filter?

If the oil filter is not changed periodically, the filter can become severely clogged, reducing the volume of oil passing through the filter and into your engine. Without this oil, your engine can suffer severe damage. However, the oil would be dirty, unfiltered oil that has bypassed the oil filter.

How often do you change oil filter with synthetic oil?

5,000 to 10,000 miles
Industry consensus is that synthetic oils perform better and last longer — anywhere from 5,000 to 10,000 miles — before needing replacement but the premium oil also is much pricier than conventional oil or synthetic blends.

How often should I service my side by side?

The answer to that is going to depend on a lot of factors such as how often you are riding it, what model of UTV you have etc. However, there is a rule of thumb for 99% of models. So the short answer is that you should be replacing the engine oil every 40 hours or once a month, whichever comes first.