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2 of the holes that the bolts screw into that hold the servo on are stripped. How can that be fixed without taking it all apart or dropping the transmission? ....or can it be fixed? Please help

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I have a 2008 grizzly 700 and it won't drive (move) in 2wd. I only can drive in 4 wheel drive. Any thoughts on how to diagnose what the problem could be? Please help

This is the electric motor inside your servo that actuates your 4wd/2wd/diff locker. When the servo goes out on these bikes, it's more than likely the small electric motor. Simply pull the servo off the front differential, open it up and you will see the small motor inside. I pulled the complete diff out in the instructions due to having to change a seal but you can do this with it still in the bike.

If you have a skid plate on you will have to remove it to access the bottom bolt on the servo. I also recommend having the bike in 2wd to ease in installing the servo back on the diff.

Remove the 3 bolts that hold the servo on the diff. Gear oil is going to pour out unless you drain it first.
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26147106-wuoh52pvdxpwqpeytk4hf153-3-0.jpg Once removed installation is the opposite. Just be sure not to turn anything inside the casing once you open it. The small worm gear on the motor doesn't matter just don't turn anything else.

Install back on the bike fill with gear oil and enjoy your 4wd and the money you saved.
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26147106-wuoh52pvdxpwqpeytk4hf153-3-5.jpg Once the servo is removed from the diff. Remove the six T-25 tamper resistant tq screws that hold the servo together.

Once you get the screws out, carefully pry the servo apart taking extra care not to turn the gears inside.

Once apart it will look like this.
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26147106-wuoh52pvdxpwqpeytk4hf153-3-9.jpg You can see the two screws that hold the little motor in.
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Remove those two screws and carefully pry up on the motor and remove it and the small gear attached to the end of it.

Picture of the motor removed.

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How to quick fix Stripped Sheet Metal Holes Without a Sweat!!!

Have you ever been there??? Been where you ask??? Well been at the end of a job with just one screw left to be installed as a last and final touch to a door skin or some other type of trim molding and found the hole was stripped out and the screw you have to put into the hole is "swimming" in the hole due to it being oversized? you try using a self tapper screw and same results too loose not dependable to secure anything appreciable.
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Go into your tool box or small parts/screw cabinet and pull out a cotter pin and that same self tapping screw that is a bit smaller then the stripped out hole, bend the cotter pin out straight and form an "L" shape with it...insert the small L angle shape into the hole... then with a little finess work the self tapping screw into the hole at the same time allowing the screw to be buffered off the cotter pin on the side of the hole, thread the screw into the hole holding the cotter pin steady and "Walla" screw goes down tighter then it ever fit before, if need be get your dykes and clip off the excess cotter pin material left outside the hole.
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