Table of Contents
Section 6: Maintenance
Engine Torques For engine torque values, see engine owner’s manual.
All Other Torques
For all other torques refer to “Torque Values Chart” page 45.
Work may now be performed on the vehicle. Be sure to properly torque all bolts that were loosened. Wheel bolts should be torqued after the vehicle is lowered to the ground.
Lower the vehicle by first jacking the vehicle up high enough to remove the jack stands. Then carefully lower the jack until the vehicle is on the ground.
Remove wheel chocks.
Use only tires recommended by Land Pride.
It is important for your safety and the safety of others that the tires have correct air pressure. Check air pressure in all four tires before each use. Visually inspect tires for loss of air throughout each day of operation. See Tire Inflation Chart below for correct tire pressure.
Tire Inflation Chart
*Maximum tire pressure is noted on tire side wall.
Jacking the Vehicle
For your safety and safety of others, a jacked vehicle must be supported properly with jack stands before working under and around it. Also the wheels on the ground must be chocked on both sides to prevent the vehicle from rolling forward or backward.
IMPORTANT: Use a hydraulic jack, floor jack, or scissor type jack to lift vehicle. Do not use a handyman jack or bumper jack and don’t jack against the bumper, body, differential case, axles or hydraulic lines.
Prepare vehicle for maintenance as outlined in steps 1-6 on page 22.
Loosen the lug nuts on a wheel being removed approximately 1/2 turn counterclockwise while it is still on the ground.
See important note above. Place proper jack under vehicle as follows:
Front tires: Refer to Figure 6-1. Place jack under the main frame just behind the axle.
Rear tires: Refer to Figure 6-2. Place jack under the main frame just in front of the axle.
Jack vehicle only high enough to do the work intended.
Support vehicle securely with jack stands before working under and around the vehicle.
Shock absorbers are located under the seat to make the ride more comfortable. Traveling fast may cause the shock absorbers to bottom-out making the ride rough.
A 12 volt, 25 amp, negative ground electrical system is provided. The electrical system is protected by a fuse located behind the dash near the key switch and a moisture proof self-resetting circuit breaker in the wiring harness near the starter at the engine. The amp ratings are as follows:
Fuse behind the dash - 30 Amps
Self-resetting circuit breaker - 30 Amps
4400EX Heavy Duty Off Road Utility Vehicle 720-051M