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My issue...they were broke. I don't see why I can't screw new ones in. If I can find the right ones...
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I used screws that had the correct taper and length, but had a flat top Allen. Will that cause issues? It's all together now and not running right. Idling rough. Runs good. But pops in the air box. I disconnected battery and then will connect and turn it in 3 times and then let it idle for 10 minutes. Dealer said I may have to do that. I'm sure it won't work.
 

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May be a good idea to have the TPS reset since the throttle plate was removed


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After doing the battery disconnect and on/off three times and then starting it......It idled perfect. Revved up and down fine. Seems to run as it should. I haven't ridden it yet but in the garage it seems fine. I did not think the battery disconnect thing would work but it runs night and day different now so that obviously does something.
 

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Show your dealer some appreciation for the battery disconnect tip & give him a box of beer. It may pay off down the road with future problems.
 

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Show your dealer some appreciation for the battery disconnect tip & give him a box of beer. It may pay off down the road with future problems.
Yeah it was a good tip but this same dealer wanted to charge me $800 for a new throttle body. When I asked them what was wrong with old they replied, "don't know, but we put a new one on and it works fine."
 

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Show your dealer some appreciation for the battery disconnect tip & give him a box of beer. It may pay off down the road with future problems.
Yeah it was a good tip but this same dealer wanted to charge me $800 for a new throttle body. When I asked them what was wrong with old they replied, "don't know, but we put a new one on and it works fine."

I'm not a fan of dealers at all and don't trust a single one, but I'd say they weren't really off base here. From a safety standpoint I can see why they're not allowed to repair something like that. And the replacement is $650, so $800 isn't really off base unfortunately. If anything, be mad at BRP for charging $650 for a throttle body. Dealers hands are somewhat tied as far as what they're allowed to do as far as repairing something like that.


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