Polaris Scrambler Fluid Specs

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The Polaris Scrambler is a four-wheel-drive sport ATV introduced in 1995 and still in production. Powered by a 498cc four-stroke motor, the Scrambler remains one of the most powerful ATVs on the market. Its constant velocity automatic transmission has a single forward gear with a range wide enough for flats or hill-climbing, plus neutral and reverse. Polaris All Wheel Drive offers user-selectable two-wheel or four-wheel drive operation. Rear wheels are chain-driven and the front wheels are driven by a shaft. The Scrambler has a tubular steel chassis, MacPherson strut front suspension and a mono-shock swing-arm in the rear.

Engine Oil Specifications

  • Polaris recommends using synthetic 2W-50 engine oil. Polaris PS-4 Plus Performance oil (or any other recognized brand) may be used. Do not substitute another viscosity, however. After an initial break-in oil change at 20 hours, Polaris recommends regular oil and filter changes every 100 hours or 1000 miles, whichever comes first. Engine oil capacity is 2 qt.

Transmission Oil Specifications

  • Polaris specifies the use of Polaris Pure AGL Plus synthetic gearcase lubricant. The transmission oil level should be checked every 25 hours of operation. Once a year, drain the transmission and refill with fresh lubricant. Capacity of the transmission is 32 oz.

Front Gearcase Oil Specifications

  • The front gearcase should be filled with Polaris Demand Drive Plus fluid. The capacity is 9 oz. Check the gearcase oil level every 25 hours of operation and change the oil annually.

Coolant System

  • The Scrambler maintenance schedule calls for a complete coolant system drain and refill every two years. Polaris recommends Polaris Premium 60/40 antifreeze/coolant or a 50/50 mixture of other commercially available, aluminum compatible antifreeze/coolant and distilled water.

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