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    Oil change and need info.

    I purchased a new to my wife lol 2014 ace 325. It has 90 miles on it and not one scratch. I am going to change the oil and filter. I called Polaris and they have the oil filter,O ring and the copper washer for the drain plug in stock. I will go get it tomorrow. I do not want to use Polaris oil so what brand and weight are recommended? I also did not get the owners manuel but I did get the title. How much oil will the 325 hold? and what spark plug do they use I would like to get an extra one. Thanks in advance W. Jones

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    Do a search on the forum "Online Ace Owners Manual" . There is a link for the entire Sportsman Ace Owners Manual.
    Rotella T6 5w40 very good oil.
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    What they said^^^^^^^^^^^^^! Rotella t-6 all the way!
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    Rotella T6 or any other 5w40 brand such as Mobil 1. Mobil 1's 5w40 is a little bit thinner than T6 and is a better choice in colder climates. T6 is more affordable and a good all around choice especially if you change your oil every 50 hours or so which is what I follow and recommend to others.

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    The 325 uses 1.75 L of oil. Check out: https://www.aceforums.net/forum/13-ac...l-330-ace.html if you haven't already.

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    Is a 0W40 oil maybe better in really cold conditions?

    That`s what my car needs, so I have plenty of 0W40 at home. Not cheap, but should help when the block and oil are really cold.

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    hello guys wrench light is on just hit 20 hours ,changed oil , does any one know how to reset the light ,thanks in advance ,sorry its a 2014 ace 325

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    Quote Originally Posted by ford man View Post
    hello guys wrench light is on just hit 20 hours ,changed oil , does any one know how to reset the light ,thanks in advance ,sorry its a 2014 ace 325
    Just hold the button in. The hours will zero out then let you assign a new hour number in 5 hr increments by pushing the button and not holding it in
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    0W40 does flow better when cold but I've run 5w40 in my diesel vehicles down to -22 deg F without any issues. Mobil 1 0w40 has a propensity to shear quickly to a 20 weight and I personally wouldn't use it or recommend it in a high revving UTV engine unless you were riding in Alaska weather/temperatures.

    Shell Rotella T6 is now a CK-4 oil and the CK-4 spec has less ZDDP anti-wear additives than the CJ-4 spec oil. If I were using the CK-4 spec oil, I would get a ZDDP oil additive to bolster it.

    FYI to those who own a Ford Superduty 6.7L diesel: Most of the popular oils now spec'd to CK-4 do not meet Ford's specs for the engine....not enough protection against wear according to Ford.
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