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Can someone please tell me where the connecters are to unplug for
the belt reset. I can't find them anywhere.
 

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PhreeBSD said there isnt one... he's checking it out... he should post here in a second.
 

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they dont have a belt switch on the cover. where you would expect one, there is an inspection plate.
(at least on the 2008 model)
 

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What's it doing? or not doing?
 

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Just repalced the belt for a friend, and he has 98 hours on it. I thought i would reset
for him before it came on.
 

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ah.. there wont be any indicators.
 

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The belt light will only come on when it's slipping, and will reset itself when you let off the throttle for a couple seconds.
thanks for the info :)
 

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The belt light will only come on when it's slipping, and will reset itself when you let off the throttle for a couple seconds.
What type of sensor picks up belt slippage? Maybe some math figure the computer picks up with speed/rpm's/gear selector calculations?
 

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It has something to do with the speed sensor compared to engine rpm, if the wheels are spinning no light but as soon as they get bogged down it starts flashing and cuts power. I've burnt 2 belts even with the system but since I put a clutch kit in I've only had the light flash once when I couldn't see the tires in muskeg.
 

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thanks for this information. this is what i hear of people bypassing somehow.
 
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