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12-28-2003 09:37:35

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We have a 190xt that the power director isn't working right. Low range is engaged about half of the lever movement into high, and high slips in the top couple gears. Is there some adjustment on it?

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12-29-2003 11:04:42

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 Re: 190xt in reply to scotc, 12-28-2003 09:37:35  
There is an adjustment on the rod coming from the power director lever. Adjust the linkage untill the valve is centered with the lever in neutral. Check the bushings in the bellcrank, I they are loose, it will not allow the valve to shift correctly.

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12-31-2003 15:38:30

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 Re: Re: 190xt in reply to Joe(TX), 12-29-2003 11:04:42  
thanks guys- sounds like maybe we should replace the roll pin and adjust the lever till the rollpin holes line up.

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Bryan Smith

12-30-2003 09:02:51

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 Re: Re: 190xt in reply to Joe(TX), 12-29-2003 11:04:42  
There's a roll pin that holds the power director lever to the shaft (under the platform) - make sure it's not worn. Ours actually broke and I had to use a nail in it to get home.

(If you remove the roll pin the hydraulic valve for the power director under the platfrom will move to neutral all on it's own - it seems to be spring or pressure loaded that way.)

Also, check the pivot point for the cross shaft under the platform where it connects to the tranny. Sometimes this wears and causes problems.

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