2017 argo stuck at 3200 rpms

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    2017 argo stuck at 3200 rpms

    Hey, so i have a 2017 Argo frontier with the 19HP Kohler. Went out for a ride last night and all of a sudden the engine was stuck at 3200rpms. Of course i was in gear so it wouldn’t stop until i turned the key off. I put it in neutral, started it up again and still was sitting at 3200 rpms just screaming. The throttle cable was not stuck or anything. Removed the battery cable for 5 mins(reset the ecu maybe) and it fixed it... just wondering if anyone else has had this happen to them?

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    Update, now the oil light and engine light are coming on/off as you ride. Oil level is fine and seems like there’s lots of oil pressure.

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    Check all the sensor plugs. You have want to put dielectric in the sensor plugs. Also check your grounds and make sure both battery terminals are tight.

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    Dow Corning makes a great dielectric grease called DC4 we use it in aviation..FYI

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