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Can-Am Maintenance

Can-Am UTVs were designed to outperform every other UTV on the market. That said, when you don't do proper Can-Am maintenance, you may end up stuck on the trail. Bring in your Can-Am for experienced workmanship to keep your Can-Am outperforming everything else on the trails!

Quality Can-Am Maintenance done right!

Let's face it, most people don't love Can-Am maintenance... You buy it for FUN! For adrenaline inducing good times, not to be turning wrenches and getting covered in oil. If that sounds like you, Phoenix Jet Ski & UTV is the place to go for all of your Can-Am maintenance needs! We personally own a Can-Am, and love working on others, too.

Our team of expert UTV mechanics will keep your Can-Am maintenance in up to date so that you can continue leading the pack!

Please note: There are several models of Can-Ams. Although the guides below are accurate across most, we recommend calling us for proper servicing and/or reviewing the Can-Am maintenance schedule included towards the back of your owner's manual.

 Printable Can-Am Maintenance Schedule: 

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CAN-AM MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE

MAINTENANCE SOON MESSAGE

The following message will appear in the cluster after the first 10 hours of operation and then at every 50 hours that follow as a reminder of when an inspection is due:  MAINTENANCE SOON. The message can be cancelled by alternatively pressing the override button and the brake pedal 3 times or by using B.U.D.S. software

 

SEVERE DUSTY CONDITIONS

ENGINE AIR FILTER MAINTENANCE GUIDELINE

Air filter maintenance should be adjusted according to riding conditions.

Air filter maintenance must be increased in frequency in the following dusty conditions.

  • Riding on dry sand

  • Riding on dry dirt covered surfaces

  • Riding on dry gravel roads or similar conditions.

 

NOTE: Riding in a group in these conditions would increase even more the air filter maintenance.

 

CAN-AM MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE

Follow the appropriate intervals according to the environment where te vehicle is used: normal environment (mud, water, dust).

EVERY 750 KM (500 MI) or 25 HOURS OF OPERATION IN A NORMAL ENVIRONMENT (whichever comes first)
EVERY 375 KM (250 MI) OR 12.5 HOURS OF OPERATION IN AN EXTREME ENVIRONMENT (whichever comes first)

  • Inspect and clean (or replace if necessary) engine air filter and foam filter. For dusty conditions, we recommend oiling the foam filter

  • Inspect and clean CVT air filter

  • Inspect and clean hose and reservoir of the air filter housing

  • Grease rear propeller shaft joint

  • Inspect tie rod ends and ball joints

  • Inspect and lubricate front suspension arms

  • Inspect and clean muffler spark arrester

  • Check brake fluid level

  • Inspect brake pads

  • Tighten wheel lugs nuts

  • Inspect the drive shaft boots and protectors

 

EVERY 1,500 KM (1,000 MI) or 50 HOURS OF OPERATION IN A NORMAL ENVIRONMENT (whichever comes first)
EVERY 750 KM (500 MI) OR 25 HOURS OF OPERATION IN AN EXTREME ENVIRONMENT (whichever comes first)

  • Replace engine air filter and oil foam filter

  • Inspect, adjust, and lubricate throttle cable

  • Check battery condition

  • Inspect front differential/rear final drive oil level

  • Inspect drive shaft joint condition

  • Inspect front/rear propeller shaft joint condition

  • Inspect shock absorbers

  • Lubricate spherical bearings

  • Inspect wheel nuts and studs

  • Inspect steering system (check for abnormal play)

 

EVERY 3,000 KM (2,000 MI) OR 100 HOURS OR OPERATION OR 1 YEAR IN A NORMAL ENVIRONMENT (whichever comes first)
EVERY 1,500 KM (1,000 MI) OR 50 HOURS OF OPERATION IN AN EXTREME ENVIRONMENT OR 6 MONTHS (whichever comes first)

  • Replace engine oil and filter

  • Replace rear final drive oil

  • Inspect and adjust valve clearance

  • Inspect engine mounting fasteners

  • Inspect exhaust system

  • Inspect engine coolant

  • Check engine coolant strength

  • Inspect and clean throttle body

  • Carry out a fuel pump pressure test

  • Replace fuel vent breather filter

  • Inspect CVT drive belt

  • Inspect, clean and lubricate CVT drive and driven pulleys (including one-way bearing)

  • Check gearbox oil level and condition

  • Inspect 4 x 4 coupling unit

  • Inspect wheel bearings

  • Inspect handlebar fasteners

  • Inspect front wheel alignment and adjust as required

  • Inspect and clean brake system

  • Inspect hitch condition

  • Inspect seat latch operation

  • Inspect ACS shock absorber hoses fittings

 

EVERY 6,000 KM (4,000 MI) OR 200 HOURS OF OPERATION OR 2 YEARS IN A NORMAL ENVIRONMENT (whichever comes first)EVERY 3,000 KM (2,000 MI) OR 100 HOURS OF OPERATION IN AN EXTREME ENVIRONMENT OR 1 YEAR (whichever comes first)

  • Replace engine coolant

  • Check cooling system and perform a pressure test on pressure cap and cooling system

  • Check fuel system condition and perform a fuel system leak test

  • Inspect the fuel pump pre-filter

  • Replace spark plugs

  • Replace front differential oil

  • Replace gearbox oil

  • Clean vehicle speed sensor

  • Replace the brake fluid

  • Inspect or replace gearbox and differential seals

To learn more about your Can-Am and it's maintenance schedule, gives us a call or visit:

 

https://can-am.brp.com/off-road/us/en/owner-zone/maintenance.html

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