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This is a discussion on Hesitation from take off within the X2/X4 Engine forums, part of the Yamaha Wolverine X2 & X4 847cc SxS category; Originally Posted by Carnuba I have also encountered a problem when the driver seat belt is attached, I still sometimes get a seatbelt warning and ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carnuba View Post
    I have also encountered a problem when the driver seat belt is attached, I still sometimes get a seatbelt warning and speed limitation condition. I have to disengage the seatbelt and clip it together again. seems the switch mechanism is a bit flakey.
    You can fix that pretty easily: https://www.wolverineforums.com/forum...%20#post195697
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    Just bumping this since winter is approaching. I forgot about it until my X4 decided to remind me 'it's too cold out!'. This still happens on 2019 models.
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    STI HD beadlocks wearing Tusk Terrabite 27x9x12 tires
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    I'll have to see if my 18 does it.

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    My 18 does it. It seems like it will continue to do it until it warms up, I need to turn it off and back on again to make it stop.

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    Guys, it says in the manual that it will only rev to a certain point when it is below a certain engine temp. It’s to protect the motor. Completely normal from what I’m reading

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    It appears that I have openned a Pandora's box with this post. Thank you for the replies - but nothing really seems to make sense! Please keep the responses coming... We should be able to figure this out. I ill keep experiencing with engine temp, connected or disconnected and post what happens. I am leaning towards a type of connect / disconnect situation that is unique to the 2019 X2. The designers are trying to make the unit 'lawyer proof' and trying to keep ahead of consumer 'work arounds' which can lead to law suits. I have no doubt that the ingenuity of the consumer will get this figured out pretty soon!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Footlong View Post
    Guys, it says in the manual that it will only rev to a certain point when it is below a certain engine temp. It’s to protect the motor. Completely normal from what I’m reading
    Yep - I re-read the manual and discovered that you are supposed to drive slowly until the cold engine lite goes out, then come to an idle.... at that point you can accelerate as normal. I have tried it and it does in fact work - even if the engine temp only reads 75*
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    My X2 appears to be working fine. The blue light is on when I start her up. The light is going out at 68* and operates normally then. On mine, it seems 68 is the magic number.

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