HVAC Ranger

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Re: HVAC Ranger

Post by Traveler » Tue Sep 10, 2019 6:19 pm

Faster horses, there's a free update for the centrifugal clutch if you have problems on the 1000s.....so make sure you come up with a complaint, like creeping ahead at idle or sticking in gear, and have it done. You don't want to miss this.



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Re: HVAC Ranger

Post by Faster horses » Tue Sep 10, 2019 10:02 pm

Traveler wrote:
Tue Sep 10, 2019 6:19 pm
Faster horses, there's a free update for the centrifugal clutch if you have problems on the 1000s.....so make sure you come up with a complaint, like creeping ahead at idle or sticking in gear, and have it done. You don't want to miss this.Thn
Thank you for the information. It might stick in gear a little. Good enough for the free update... :D
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Re: HVAC Ranger

Post by Faster horses » Wed Sep 18, 2019 4:40 pm

UPDATE! We have been to the mountains with our Polaris Ranger and Mr. FH is very pleased with how it handles down hill going.Whatever the problem was with hold-back going down hill must be fixed in the new Rangers. The dealer told us they were much improved and he was right.

He loves the cab and how tight it is. It was very windy and cold up there one morning and he sat in the cab drinking his coffee and it was very enjoyable. The Honda was never, ever enjoyable because of the poor fit of cab and Honda
doesn't care.

He's used the A/C in the Polaris all summer and it has worked very well. So today, he would give the Polaris Ranger 5 Stars. :D
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Re: HVAC Ranger

Post by Traveler » Sat Sep 21, 2019 5:58 pm

That's awesome! Money well spent. Here is the work order for the clutch update. Make sure you do it....big bucks if you have to pay for it yourself. The RSA-19-01A is what's pertinent, and we know someone who's dealer kept him in the dark about it.


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Re: HVAC Ranger

Post by Faster horses » Sun Sep 22, 2019 7:54 pm

Thank you so much. I will certainly not let it go. In fact, I will call tomorrow.
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Re: HVAC Ranger

Post by Faster horses » Sun Sep 29, 2019 12:21 am

Got it in, they knew about the clutch. Fixed it and it's home again.
Mr. FH said it was jumping out of gear, so they took care of that too (I hope.)
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