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VIDEO: RZR XP Turbo S and XP 4 Turbo S Air Filter Replacement

Always clean all dirt and debris away from the airbox area before servicing the air filter on your Polaris RZR. Always wear safety glasses and nitrile gloves while servicing your air filter. 

To clean or replace the air filter on your RZR XP Turbo S or XP 4 Turbo S, follow these steps:

1. Place the transmission in PARK.

2. Pull up on the latch and remove the cargo box access panel.

3. Clean any dirt or debris from the airbox area.

4. Locate and unclip the airbox cover clips and carefully remove the airbox cover.

5. Inspect the airbox cover seal and replace if necessary. The cover seal is part number 5813929.

6. Remove the air filter by pulling toward the passenger’s side of the vehicle.

7. Inspect the air filter and replace if necessary. The air filter for a RZR XP 1000 Turbo S is part number 1241084. Notice: In dusty conditions, air filter replacement will be required more often. Do not attempt to clean the air filter with compressed air. If the filter has been soaked with fuel or oil, it must be replaced. Do not attempt to clean the air filter.

8. Clean the airbox thoroughly. Wipe well with a clean, dry cloth. Notice: Dirt or debris in the intake tube could result in severe engine damage. Always clean all dirt and debris from the intake tube before installing the filter.

9. Install the air filter and ensure it is fully seated. Notice: Use of a non-Polaris-approved air filter may cause engine damage. Always use a Polaris-approved replacement filter. Replacement filters are available at your Polaris Dealer. 

10. Reinstall the airbox cover. Ensure the alignment tabs are properly positioned.

11. Secure the cover clips.

12. Reinstall the cargo box access panel.

For more information, see your authorized Polaris Dealer. Find a dealer near you with the Dealer Locator.
Maintenance tips, procedures and specifications can be found in your Owner's Manual.
To find diagrams and replacement part numbers, use the online parts catalog.