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Transmission locked up 94 polaris atv

While adjusting linkage of transmission while running it locked into
reverse and I can't get it out. What do I do?

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  • u812 Mar 21, 2009

    98 polaris 400 sport rolled over on gear stick and now it will not go in gear

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Sounds like you somehow jammed the shift drum, it'll prolly have to come apart to look and see.

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