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My 2010 Cross Roads seems to have lost the throttle return spring. It operates smoothly but does not close on it's own. I have searched parts diagrams for the part but to date have been unsuccessful. Any advice would be appreciated.
 

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Is it the return spring on the throttle body, or has the cable snapped? Don't think you can buy just the return spring from Polaris. Not shown on their parts diagram.
 

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I've heard the same thing Lou said. Also, check your service manual. I had a similar issue that was fixed by lubing the cable. I don't think with the newer bikes you're supposed to lube your cables though.
 

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For the older steel frames, internal lube was recommend by the service manual. I knew the newer steel frames and aluminum frames were different but I haven't ever looked at those manuals.
Just going by what the manual says. (XC) One can do what they wish.
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Mines done that since I went with the 1/4 turn.
Very smooth, but stays put where you leave it.
After you get over the fear and set some rules for yourself it's the best thing ever.
No more cruise control throttling on in a wet curve!
 

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Mines done that since I went with the 1/4 turn.
Very smooth, but stays put where you leave it.
After you get over the fear and set some rules for yourself it's the best thing ever.
No more cruise control throttling on in a wet curve!
Mine did the same thing after the 1/4 install. Freaked me out the first time I noticed it, now I use it to my advantage, makes for a nice throttle hold if I need to stretch my hand/arm.
 
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