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Have a lot of problems shifting gears on a hill, anyone have this problem 

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My 900 Stampede has been the same way since day 1. It doesn’t like up or downhill parking. You have to jerk it out of park and it makes me sick to do it. It gets bound up parking on an angle and I wish they’d find a fix for it. The best thing to do is leave it in gear. If you park uphill, leave it in Drive. Downhill, reverse. That’s what I do anyway. 

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I haven’t encountered this. 1800 miles and the shifting has got smoother 

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My  2017 Challenger and all of my previous rangers, rzrs, and rhinos did the same.   Just watch where you put it in park.

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