Sounds like this may be a wrong belt. I'm not saying got the wrong one, but you may want to see if the Belt and the package it came in match, and that the belt is actually the correct one. Other than that, it may be a worn shift drum, or shift fork, or sync problem with the shift forks. Also, be sure that the choke is not on, that could cause the engine to want to run high enough to engage.
I've offered this up to others, but if you think a service manual may help I can send it to you if you are comfortible providing your email address. Just send me a private message and I would be happy to help.
2003 Bombardier Quest 650
- All stock and ready to rock.....
Any and All modification suggestions are welcome, handy with tools and a flame wrench......
**Keep your hands on the grips and let her rip....**
Upcoming Projects: Cover in Mossy Oak Camo from Mossy Oak.
Modify a snow plow purchased from a friend. Update: Project complete.... Works great... I will post some pictures in the next few weeks.
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