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Can-Am BRP UTV SxS Forum

This is for all of you BRP Can-Am UTV , SxS (Side by Side) owners. Discussions about BRP Can-Am specific topics including the Defender, Commander, and Maverick models.

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    • My vote would be either the speed sensor, or sending unit. Whatever it uses down in the wheel, or transmission. Or fouled wiring from sticks, or branches. I'd start by giving a good look at the wiring. Then figure out where the speed sensor is. I could see water, or mud causing the problem. If the readout is moving at all. Then it seems like that part is working.
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