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Aztek2017
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« on: July 31, 2017, 11:34:00 AM »

Hello All,

I am taking my Aztek on a Gambler 500 at the end of this month. This is a project my father (who is a mechanic and has his own shop) and myself are working on. This is a low budget build, so if a fix is over $200 it will be hard to justify. I have completed a few repairs so far which includes repairing a front sway bar link, replacing a wheel bearing and getting the AC working again.

I never had the AWD Disable light come on, but when tried to get it to kick it on soft gravel it would not engage. I took it on a hoist and find that it can barely move the back wheels which can be stopped by hand. When replacing the Versatrak fluid, we have found clutch fiber pieces floating around. I am wondering of anyone has any knowledge to if the Versatrak can be rebuilt. Is there any rebuild kits available.
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« Reply #1 on: September 01, 2017, 01:03:23 PM »

I took the Aztek on the Iowa Gambler 500 and the Tek showed me what it had out on the trail. I have decided I am going to run this thing into the ground. Literally.

I am going to move forward on the Rear differential re-build. I will try to update this post on the how to's. The clutch fibers found in the differential are probably from the wet clutch packs.
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