Seatpost won’t Lock in ANY position (Turbo)

  1. Check to see if your switch arm (item #82) is returning properly. It is possible that your cable housing has pulled out of the switch body or the unit on the post. Check to see if cable housing is in correctly.
  2. If you recently installed or lubed your inside tube, make sure you didn’t put the inside tube back in 180 degrees off (backward)
  3. If you just changed your cable and housing, you may have tightened the cable too much. Remove the switch lid and let a little more cable out. See “installing new cable”
  4. Your cable may have become sticky from mud and dust or could have been kinked causing the cable to be sticky or hard to pull. Install a new cable see” installing new cable” in the maintenance section.
  5. Your cable may have become sticky from mud and dust r could have been kinked causing gthe cable to be sticky or hard to pull. Install a new cable see “installing new cable” in the maintenance section.

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