If your Polaris ATV Suction Cleaner wheels are locked up or rotate freely without moving your Cleaner, you may have one or more damaged gears in the Power Module of your Polaris ATV Suction Cleaner. This guide shows you how to replace the gear set in your Cleaner. Note: This guide assumes that you have removed the Power Module out of the Cleaner. See our guide on How To Replace the Power Module on a Polaris ATV Suction Cleaner before starting this guide.
ORDER PARTS - The first step is to order the parts you will need. The only part you will require for this procedure is the Polaris ATV Suction Cleaner POWER MODULE GEAR SET. It contains a set of 10 gears. This guide only covers the replacement of 8 of these gears excluding the two circled. These two gears are embedded in another section of the Power Module and generally do not fail.
REPLACE TRANSMISSION COVER - Replace the Transmission Cover back onto the front end of the Power Module. The two slots on the outside of the Transmission Cover have to engage with the tabs coming off of the two blue Engagement Cogs. See picture. Also, If you find that the Cover does not close completely, check the placement of the Gears. I had two gears riding too high because I'd placed them upside down with their numbers down. Don't force this cover. If it doesn't close snugly, recheck everything before you screw it down.