HONDA Tech Tips

2014-2016 Rancher 420 SERVICE LIGHT RESET

This video demonstrates how to reset the service light on a 2014 and later Rancher 420. The service indicator appears on the gauge cluster as a wrench.

2014-2016 RANCHER 420 DCT OIL CHANGE

This video demonstrates how to change oil on the Rancher 420 DCT (Dual Clutch Transmission). You'll need 3.8 quarts of synthetic oil, oil filter, 17mm socket/ratchet, 10mm socket/ratchet and 20-30 minutes.

2014-2016 RANCHER 420 VALVE ADJUSTMENT

This video demonstrates how the adjust the valves on a Honda Rancher 420 without removing the fuel tank. The intake valve lash is set at .006 and the exhaust valve lash at .009.

2000-2006 RANCHER 350 VALVE ADJUSTMENT

When the valves on a Rancher 350 get out of adjustment several symptoms surface. These problems include becoming hard to start, back firing, ticking or pinging noise and an overall lose of power. This tech tip video will demonstrate how you can fix the problem and breath life back into your 350 Rancher.

2000-2006 RANCHER 350 OIL CHANGE

This video demonstrates how to change oil on the 350 Honda Rancher. This process is quick and easy to do on the Rancher. Make sure to have the following ready to make the oil change trouble free as possible: 17mm socket, 8mm socket, oil filter, 2.1 quarts of oil.

2000-2006 RANCHER 350-HOW TO DRAIN FLOAT BOWL

This video shows how to drain the gas from the carburetor float bowl on a Rancher 350. Over time water and other debris collect in the carburetor float bowl and will cause poor performance. This easy process could save an expensive repair bill. Most all makes of carburated ATV's with have a drain similar to this.

2000-2006 Rancher 350 CARBURETOR REMOVAL-CLEANING

This video explains how to remove the Carburetor on the Rancher 350.
Clogged jets and passages in the carburetor cause the Rancher to run poorly. Symptoms include a rough idle, sputtering on acceleration, hard to start, dies and having to keep the choke on to run.

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