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post #1 of 63 (permalink) Old 01-28-2013, 08:39 PM Thread Starter
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i'm new and wanted to say hello to everyone

i'm Greg and live in Southwest Louisiana. I have a 2008 prowler 650 utv, and after using it to keep a strain on a ditch witch it starting making noise like maybe I messed clutch up? not sure how to tell if its the belt or clutch, thought maybe I could get some advice. I started next day and had to start in neutral because wanted to move like clutch was ingaged. once warming new neutral, shut off and started in forward and it took off so I could get home. just seems like clutch or belt is problem, lets see what you all have to say. I appreciate any help you all can give me.
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I would say ur belt is toast. The rollers in your primary are probable all sideways too. Scared the crap out of me when my belt blew. It stopped the machine dead. almost went end over end. Thank god for the seat belt.

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well thinking belt myself but why would it run good when I drove home from down the road once I started it in gear and was moving. but couldn't stop like clutch wasn't working? maybe the belt being bad could be causing all this problem? Oh and I never wear seat belt, you have me thinking.
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well thinking belt myself but why would it run good when I drove home from down the road once I started it in gear and was moving. but couldn't stop like clutch wasn't working? maybe the belt being bad could be causing all this problem? Oh and I never wear seat belt, you have me thinking.
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I'm trying to remember if I read somewhere the the one-way bearing could cause this. If the idle is set too high it will also try to engage the clutch, but that wouldn't explain the noise.

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I think this is what I remembered reading:
http://www.prowlertalk.net/forums/ar...tch-stuck.html

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