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Old 08-29-2011, 09:05 AM
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Default help 2001 kawasaki prairie 400 fluid types and capacities

Hi everyone, my buddy just bought a 2001 kawasaki prairie 400 4x4.

It did not come with a manual, some of the fluids in it are milky. Can anybody tell me what's the owners manual says the engine oil type and capacity, front and rear differential oil type and capacity, and coolant type and capacity are?

Thanks for all your help!
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Hi everyone, my buddy just bought a 2001 kawasaki prairie 400 4x4.

It did not come with a manual, some of the fluids in it are milky. Can anybody tell me what's the owners manual says the engine oil type and capacity, front and rear differential oil type and capacity, and coolant type and capacity are?

Thanks for all your help!
Oil - 10W40 auto oil is find since there is no clutch plates.
Diff oil - 80W-95 or something that rance gear oil is fine.
Coolant - Auto type like Preston for aluminum cooling sytem is fine.
For exact volume, get a manual from dealer or find out by slow filling.
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