I found a bent rear CV Axel, not sure that will cause the surging issue or not. I will order and replace both rear CV Axels and see what happens. I should add, in park I can hold throttle down and with no surging of the engine.
Lots of 900 XP's came with crooked axles, mine included and it is still on there. I am not saying yours isn't newly bent but I have never heard of a misfire or surge because of a bent axle.
If you haven't checked your manifold adapters yet that is where I would start.
Just like in the thread linked in CCRay's post.
I have not had a chance to really look at it yet. It’s at my deer lease currently which is a few hours away. It is newly bent cv axel as I replaced them only a few months ago. My ranger is lifted with 32” tires so I usually run the heavy cv axels. I went cheap and installed the standard size cv axels. When in park I can hold down the throttle and it will maintain the rpms. When I put in gear and try to drive the throttle surges. I already ordered the heavy duty cv axels and will install. I will also look at the manifold adapters.
So I forgot the carb cleaner this past weekend but I did replace my rear cv axels. Ranger now just purrs when driving. I guess the bent axel was putting a load on and off the engine causing it to surge while driving. I will be checking the manifold adapters though.
I’m getting ready to connect power to the factory bus bar on my 2019 ranger xp. I also purchased the 6 port bus bar that can be installed on the 1000xp. I wanted to know if anyone has installed this on the 900? There’s and accessory port on the bus bar but the 900 doesn’t have the accessory wire...
I changed all my drive fluids and put in the specified 1.1L of Polaris tranny fluid and it was just starting to overflow from the oil level check hole facing towards the rear of the vehicle. It seemed normal. On my 1st ride which was under load it felt like I had 2 front flat tires. The road was...
Hello everyone and thank you for your help. I am looking at a 2015 Ranger 900 XP and the inner CV has what seems to be a decent amount of play when i grab it with my hand it seems to move 1/8 to 1/4 inch. I have read a good amount and some say thats just the way polaris is. I asked the guy at...
I unplugged the switch for the turf, 2 wheel lock, and 4x4 mode to add a switch for a light bar. When I plugged everything back in the modes were all messed up on the cluster display and it seem to be stuck in 2 wheel lock no matter what mode I put it in.
When put in turf mode the 2 wheel lock...
2015 900 ranger has a clicking noise in the back while parked. Sounds like the noise it make when you change the turf modes but does it hardly moving or siting still.
Here is a link to the video of the issue I am having with my 900 ranger.