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2016 Joyner Clutch will not engage

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I have a 2016 1100 Trooper that will not engage the clutch.  Long story short... I stuck it in the mud.  The mud hole was about 1.5 - 2 feet deep with the bottom skid plate on top of the rut.  It took about 2 hours to get her out.  After we pulled her out, the clutch will not engage and the gear will not come out of neutral.  

Any suggestions?  Thanks

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Silverbullet

I have run into this problem.The bell housing is full of mud get the hose and flush it out.You may have to pull the starter.it should have no problem.      

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Thanks silver bullet.  What is the best way to flush the bell housing.  The reason I ask is I have not done this before.  Thank you for any suggestions or advice you may have. 

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Just get a garden hose and find a hole where you can get in.If no place to shoot water into the bellhousing.If no place pull the starter out first disconnect battery.Once starter is out just use hose and flush the bellhousing till there is no more mud.There is a little plate on the transmission take the 10mm bolts off.You do not have to take it completely off.Just pry it out a little.And flush till no more mud.If anybody need help call me it's easier for me to help!I Have 16 years of experience on Joyner.We have built hundreds of  Stock and Hi Performance engines we have shop manuals to help you out.928 344 2117

Thanks Rich

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Thank you silver bullet.  I will let you know how it goes. 

Update: It isn't mud in the bell housing.  I am  taking it back to dealer as it is still under warranty.  I will keep you posted.

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Make sure you tell them you are a UTV Board member.That will help get them moving.I would tell them the clutch just stopped working that's the truth.Good Luck Rich

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