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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 04-04-2010, 02:31 AM Thread Starter
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07 tranny problems

OK i have a major problem here, just took my 07 prowler 650 h1 for a little ride at my friends farm, on the dirt field. I had nothing but problems with this machine!! I gave it off the line and snap! didnt move anymore. figured it was a axle shaft (broke many of them before already alone with splitting the rear diff in half) check all the shafts, none are broke. goes in gear but nothing moves including drive shaft that come out of transmission. So i figure something broke inside the tranny.. I put it in 4wheel & that works, machine will move. Only have front wheel drive. no power is getting to the rear diff. ANy ideas of what broke??????? I never had any problems with my yamaha's ive owned, this thing breaks everytime i take it out & i wasnt even beating on it. Just want to fix it and sell the damn thing and go back to a yamaha..
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OK i have a major problem here, just took my 07 prowler 650 h1 for a little ride at my friends farm, on the dirt field. I had nothing but problems with this machine!! I gave it off the line and snap! didnt move anymore. figured it was a axle shaft (broke many of them before already alone with splitting the rear diff in half) check all the shafts, none are broke. goes in gear but nothing moves including drive shaft that come out of transmission. So i figure something broke inside the tranny.. I put it in 4wheel & that works, machine will move. Only have front wheel drive. no power is getting to the rear diff. ANy ideas of what broke??????? I never had any problems with my yamaha's ive owned, this thing breaks everytime i take it out & i wasnt even beating on it. Just want to fix it and sell the damn thing and go back to a yamaha..
go trade it in on another yamaha and let him fix it. problem solved.
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that what im going to do cuz thing prowler is a piece of shit!! never had any problems with the yamahas i owned before!
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that what im going to do cuz thing prowler is a piece of shit!! never had any problems with the yamahas i owned before!
I'll help you out...I'll give you $1000 for your junk, sight unseen, then you can go back to your much better built Yamaha.
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put another 3500.00 on that & you have yourself a deal
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post #6 of 16 (permalink) Old 04-04-2010, 08:12 PM
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Looks like if its that big of piece of s---- he would take the offer and move on. Is that offer delivered?lol
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post #7 of 16 (permalink) Old 04-05-2010, 02:27 PM
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Always the car never the driver. How many axles and diffs did you go thru? I know for a fact Yam has axle problems.
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where are you located pal? if you are close to me i may end up with a prowler soon. i dont need one but if you are giving it away i may as well take it off your hands.

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The only thing i can say is if you play with your toys their are going to break,and it is usually caused by the nut behind the wheel. I have a 700 xtx with 1400 miles on it and i have run the dog s____ out of it and it still runs just fine. That's not to say i haven't had to turn a wrench on it now and then but that's part of the game.

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Sounds like the trans output shaft to me. As I recall they are prone to breaking on the atv which leaves them with just rear drive. Motor is backwards in the prowler of course.
BTW, i'm no rocket surgeon but even I would know better than to come to a Prowler enthusiast site and proclaim what a piece of junk it is then ask for help. Just sayin....
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