Oil Change Service
Why E.T.’S LAWN & LEISURE?
When you own and love a Polaris vehicle, you want to keep your vehicle in the best shape possible, and an oil change is the best way to guarantee that your vehicle will keep running like new for years to come. You can easily schedule your next oil change at our Service Center, where our expert technicians will make sure your vehicle continues to work perfectly. We use only quality filters in our oil changes, and we include a complimentary full inspection with your oil change service. We service all brands from Polaris to Honda, Kawasaki, Can-Am and Yamaha.
Oil Change Importance
Perform a break-in oil and filter change at 25 engine hours or one month of use — whichever comes first. Following break-in, change your oil and filter every 100 hours, six months or 1,000 miles — whichever comes first. Always change the filter whenever changing the oil.
For youth models, perform a break-in oil and filter change at 5 hours or one month of use. Then change the oil and filter at: 10 hours or 100 miles (160 km); 25 hours or 250 miles (400 km); 50 hours or 500 miles (800 km); and every 25 hours or 250 miles (400 km) after that. For peak performance you’ll want your vehicle to have regular oil changes. E.T.’S LAWN & LEISURE provides this essential service to all of our clients, and no one knows your vehicle better.
When determining when to schedule your next oil change we suggest taking this into consideration: Frequent starts/stops, extended storage periods, extreme changes in temperature, and severe use of the vehicle can lead to premature oil degradation, decreasing your engine’s performance and life cycle. Changing your oil at the recommended intervals will ensure consistent and reliable performance for the life of your vehicle. If you are unsure feel free to ask a technician at our facility or our technicians will recommend when to bring your vehicle in for its next service.
Vehicles subjected to heavy or severe use patterns must be inspected and serviced more frequently.
Severe use includes:
- Frequent immersion in mud, water or sand
- Frequent or prolonged operation in dusty environments
- Racing or race-style high RPM use
- Prolonged low speed, heavy load operation
- Extended idle
- Short trip cold weather operation
What is known is that regularly changing your oil is crucial for vehicle health. A rise in oil level during cold weather can indicate contaminants collecting in the oil sump or crankcase. Change the oil immediately if the oil level begins to rise. Monitor the oil level. If it continues to rise, discontinue use and determine the cause.