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Suzuki atv we would like to see the inside of the motor to determine why bike is stuck in 3rd gear

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This sounds likea transmition problem which is only meant to be looked at or fixed by a professional. Take the ATV to a dealer and have them take apart the transmition or do a diagnostic on the machine.

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