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Sunk my 600 grizzly in a creek got a lot of water in the engine so i flushed out the motor , got it cleaned out. Its running great but the tranny is slippng now any ideas

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Hi,if this is automatic then you may have got water in the system,so will have to drain fluid, replace filter and fluid and hopefully it should be ok.
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