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Parking Brake Lever
The parking brake helps hold the
vehicle from rolling while parked.
Make sure the parking brake lever
is functioning properly before each
D Pull the parking brake lever
up and to the rear.
D After 8 to 12 clicks of lever
travel, the vehicle should not
roll while parked.
D If the vehicle moves, adjust-
ment is necessary
D Loosen the locknut (1) (lower nut) on the lower end of the parking brake
lever cable and turn the nut next to the locknut (2) until the brake lever will
only move 8 - 12 clicks upward.
D Tighten the locknut securely
NOTE: Be sure to hold the cable end with a wrench to prevent the cable from twist-
Check the steering wheel for specified free play and smooth operation in accor-
dance with the periodic maintenance Chart.
D Park the vehicle on level ground.
D Lightly turn the steering wheel left and right.
D There should be 0.8 - 1.0 in (20 - 25 mm) of free play.
D If there is excessive free play or strange noises, or the steering feels rough
or “catchy,” have the steering system checked by an authorized Polaris deal-