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I have a 2011 Ranger 400 and I replaced the belt about three months ago due to not being able to get it to move on even the slightest incline. Well, it's happened again just three months later and I'm thinking it must be something else. Anyone else have this problem?
 

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The primary and secondary clutches and the belt work together in unison as a system.
If one of the clutches has a defect it can wear out the belt.
Replacing the belt might make it work again for a while but you need to have the whole cvt checked for wear or damage.
 

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Time to take it apart.Go go on YouTube you can see how the clutches are supposed to work then how to fix it. Or if you should take it in. Watch several and make your decision I bought the puller and built the rest of the tools.
 
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