Arctic Cat Prowler XTZ 1000 H2 EFI
Just wondering if anyone has or had this issue with high idle. When I start my UTV, it idles at 3 RPMs making it hard to shift without it grinding gears. This just happened and I haven't had very many miles on it at all. I called customer service and they told me it could be the idle control sensor. I bought a new one and replaced it but it didn't solve my problem. Is there any other adjustments or something else I need to replace? I don't see any adjustments to lower my idle on throttle body unless I am missing something?
The cables are sort of seized up on the emergency brake, they still work but i have to wiggle and pull on em to get them to release, i pulled the drum off but cant see a way to remove the cable. It is kind of dirty inside the drum where it was leaking so i need to run to the parts store and buy some parts cleaner so i can see everything better.
The shop manual i have does not cover parking brake cable removal, well.... it does kind of. it says "Remove parking brake cable at both ends" 🙄
EDIT: ARRR! Looks like my rear axle seal is leaking, there is a small puddle on a machined step below the seal and it smells like Trans oil. felt around the wheel cylinder and it isn't coming from their..... I guess my weekend is planned for me LOL
New to the side x side experience. I bought a Coleman 550 Outfitter and I've seen conflicting comments about whether to use high or low range for running around under 15 mph. Comments?
Went to pull the front axle on a buddy's prowler today,after finding a ripped boot.but the axle had other things in mind,and the shaft came out of the coupler that goes into the diff,I've beat the hell out of it and pryed at it and she won't come out,not even the slide hammer will do it.what should I do?
I will get some pictures later
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