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It seems like I have to use the override button for the simplest things. On small inclines such as a small ditch in my yard or turn sharp from a dead stop. My screen will say low gear and make the whole rig start bucking until I hold the override. Is this normal or is there a way to bypass this button.
 

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Dealer can turn it off . It a program in the ecm to save the belt by making go to low range .
 

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Seems like I have to use the over ride button alot. Any small inclines at slow speed or even taking off from a complete stop with wheels turned I have to hold the button or it will just start hesitating like the clutches are grabbing then letting go.
 

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also if it is real jerky on take off that maybe triggering the belt saver. flat spotted belt will cause it to be jerky.
 

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SMH I never heard of such a thing. I always thought that the override switch was for reverse. Never had anything run across my dash.
 

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Over ride kills all. 16 and up have belt saver to stop you from taking off on a hill in high. It’s stupid for sure.
 
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