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2004 gsx reverse

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Old 01-16-2013
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Default 2004 gsx reverse

need help my sled sometimes goes in reverse tried to adjust idle no help.
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Old 01-16-2013
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So it jumps into reverse on its own? I'm not familiar with your machine so some more info would be needed. Mechanical reverse? Lever to pull to engage or electrical button to push?
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That sled has RER so I assume the engine is stalling when the button is pushed?
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yes push button electric start and reverse same button. i thought the idle was to high. adjusted no help.
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