Did you find any solution to the shifting? I have the exact problem on our new PP
Shifting is a problem.I'm new to the forum and have recently purchased a 19 Prowler Pro. What sold me was the 3 cylinder super quiet engine. I am not familiar with Arctic Cat but I am coming from a Polaris EV to this machine. So far so good. Noticeable attributes of the Prowler Pro are its quietness, lack of rattles and noises, super roomy interior space(leg room, middle seat room, etc), comfortable seats, and did I mention quietness? I only have put about 20 miles on it so far but would love to hear from other owners of this machine. I know its new but seems to do some things really well. Anyone else own one or have opinions of the Prowler Pro?
Arctic Cat ignored me until the machine was out of warranty. The box is cracking apart with 31 miles and 18.3 hours. The machine won't shift while running. The main header is rusted, when delivered. It makes rattling noises. The doors don't shut without major effort. The clutch is super jerky, so when backing it just surges. Someone from this or another forum supplied an email address for a representative who hasn't responded in days. Both the dealer and Arctic Cat made sure not to respond while the machine was under warranty. Now I have owned this machine and been begging to get it fixed since week two of ownership. I called Arctic Cat 4 times to resolve these issues and not once did a dealer or Arctic Cat make an appointment for repairs. Now I have to file legal action against Arctic Cat and the Dealer. I should have went with the Kawasaki.I have the sand shifting problem. Did they fix your PP?