Possible clutch kit? Mine has a dalton and does the same thing u r saying in low I only have about 3/4 of the throttle usable but it is okay in highNo. I have not got it figured out yet. I pulled the primary and secondary and cleaned both. Still doing same thing. If you get it figured out please let me know.
Dang, ok. ThanksNo. I have not got it figured out yet. I pulled the primary and secondary and cleaned both. Still doing same thing. If you get it figured out please let me know.
No clutch kit on mine. Dealer said he'd bet money that it's the reverse override switch thinking it's in reverse. I'll try it later today.Possible clutch kit? Mine has a dalton and does the same thing u r saying in low I only have about 3/4 of the throttle usable but it is okay in high
The display never faulted and showed a wrong gear but I did go ahead and change the gear position sensor anyways as a process of elimination.It won't be the override switch itself. That circuit doesn't command the ECM to use the lower rpm limit, it tells the ECM to ignore it. A faulty switch or circuit cannot cause the ECM to be in the low rpm mode when you are in L or H.
If it is the low rpm mode that is creating the problem, the gear indicator in the gauge should be displaying the wrong gear. If that is the problem, pressing the reverse override switch should let you run full revs. The gear position sensor is somewhat failure prone, so that is definitely worth checking, but I would have thought you would have noticed the gauge displaying the wrong gear.
I pulled the secondary, haven't pulled the primary yet. That was the next step. I understand what you're saying, I'll get that a shot next.That is the real rev limit, not the lower rpm reverse limit.
Most likely something is not right in your clutches. With the spring out, the outer sheave in the primary should move easily. If it is sticking, the clutch cannot get into the taller ratio. Same on the secondary - if it can't spread, you'll never get into the faster (mph) part of the CVT.
One last thought - any chance both of you have portals installed? I think most portal setups lower the top speed significantly. Tracks do that as well.