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David Terzian

2018 Textron Stampede 4WD Not Working

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Hi, Name is Dave, I am new to the site. I have UTV 2018 Textron Stampede... cant get the 4 wheel drive to work.

I recently had blown out the fuse for the acc... while hooking up my turn signals,,, and ever since then

4 wheel drive doesn't work, I can lock in the rear,,, while having the key on motor off,, I can hear the clicking

sound,, which sounds like a relay in the rear... but when I switch to 4 wheel drive, I hear nothing. shows up on

the dash that its working, anyone can help would be greatly appreciated. All Fuses and relays under hood are

good, and under rear seat. Thanks  Dave 

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