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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-17-2019, 09:53 AM Thread Starter
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Trans slipping

Son on law has 680 2007 model year trans slips when cold seem ok when warmed up any easy fixís or does have to be rebuilt 5234 Kimís on it but hard ones
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-17-2019, 11:25 AM
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Have you checked the oil? Is it the correct type? Start the Rincon and let it run for 5 minutes and turn it off. Wait for 2 minutes and check the oil level on the dip stick without screwing it in. It should read just above the full mark.

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Just changed oil and filter put in the recommended amount as per manual 2.7 litres i believe no change since oil change
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Have you checked the oil level as I stated above?

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You can't just start it cold and expect it to go. Engine oil is trans oil too. Oil works in the trans by creating pressure. If the oil is cold the pressure is much less because the oil is thick, allowing the clutches to slip. Ensure oil level is at the correct mark on your dip stick 1st as HD says above. If oil level is correct, and it slips when warm, then you have other issues, which are fairly rare.

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I have same machine only its a 2012 model year and i am not have this problem and yes i did check oil after i did change and it was on full mark this happens even what temps are in the 65 75 degrees f* range
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post #7 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-18-2019, 07:44 AM
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1st is to ensure you are using the correct oil and it was warm when you checked it. next step then is a pressure test. You will need a service manual for that. The gauge you can make. Good video here...

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The correct oil needs the specification JASO MA for wet clutches, if it doesn't the clutches will slip,
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