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Section 6: Maintenance
carefully to prevent damaging it. Inspect and replace the element if it is dirty, bent or damaged with a genuine Land Pride element. Do not use an element if its sealing surfaces are bent or damaged.
Check air cleaner base. Make sure it is not bent or damaged and is secured.
Check element cover. Make sure it is not bent or damage and that it fits properly. Replace all damaged air cleaner components.
Inspect the air cleaner base for loose dirt or debris that may have fallen on it when the element was removed. Be careful that none of the dirt drops into the intake throat, remove base and wipe it clean.
Check the condition of the rubber seal on the air cleaner stud, replace it if its condition is questionable in any way. A new rubber seal is provided with the replacement paper element in a sealed packaged.
Reinstall paper element, precleaner, element cover, element cover nut, and air cleaner cover. Secure cover with cover retaining knob.
Order genuine Land Pride parts when replacing the paper element.
Spark Arrester Maintenance Schedule
Inspect every 100 hours for carbon build-up and screen damage.
Clean whenever carbon build-up is visible or whenever lost of engine power is detected.
Replace when damaged.
Spark Arrester Maintenance Procedure Refer to Figure 6-10
Remove spark arrester mounting screws, exhaust deflector and spark arrester from the muffler.
Remove carbon deposits from spark arrester screen with a wire bristle brush. Be careful not to damage the spark arrester screen.
Inspect the spark arrester for holes or breaks in the screen and replace if damaged.
Reattach spark arrester and exhaust deflector to muffler with mounting screws.
Description Paper Element (65 mm deep)
Part No. . . . . . . . . 47-083-03-S
The spark arrester does not stop all ire emitting sparks from escaping the muf ler. Use extreme caution when driving through dry grass, brush and other ire hazard materials. Never stop or park the vehicle over combustible materials.
The muffler is very hot and will burn upon contact. Allow time to cool before servicing the spark arrester.
To maintain efficiency, the spark arrester must be serviced every 100 hours.
Be careful not to damage the spark arrester screen when cleaning.
Refer to Figure 6-10
The spark arrester is mounted inside the muffler behind the muffler exhaust deflector. It is designed to suppress sparks from escaping the muffler while they are still glowing.
Spark Arrester . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 840-174C
4400EX Heavy Duty Off Road Utility Vehicle 720-051M