I asked about a lever up there in a different thread, on a different snow Bird model and never got an answer. It was in another spot by the shifter lever, it was along side of it not in the front like yours. That is what it must be for, I see it now on Scott's site.One of the manuals you sent me tells how to adjust the cable among other things. Look at the 225 on Scots site and you will see the white thing in front of the shift lever. Come on, pay attention!!
I don't have any on mine?
Now.........what does a chute release lever do?
I guess it unlocks the chute, but you need to explain the working principals of the lever, hows it work? Does it somehow connect to the chutes crank rod to keep it from turning?
I guess I don't have one as they figured that you didn't need a chute lock anyway? Why would you need one, my chute doesn't move around by itself while operating it? Though I have not blown any snow yet it seems like a lock lever would just be more of an annoyance, instead of a benefit.
So.....that is how you adjust the cable?
Look at the manual?
Sounds easy enough, I guess I will have to go and look.