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    03 gtx reverse problem

    My 03 gtx limited has something wrong with the d-n-r lever. I've pulled and pulled and I can't get the lever up to go into neutral or reverse. Could the cable be caught on something? The handle doesn't move at all.


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    any advice would be great!

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    try disconnecting it from the reverse bucket in back,if you can't move it from back there,my guess is you're cable needs replacing

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    ok. is that something i can do without taking anything apart, just pop the wire off. im guessing it kind of looks like a bike brake cable

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    looking at back of ski,its a 10mm nut & bolt(with spacer) on left side of pump,connected to the reverse gate.

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    ok thanks alot. ill try that when i get home.

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