yeah i found the problem, i contacted a service department at polaris, first they said to check, and or flush the fluid in the hubs, there is a little screw on the hub where you can drain or add fluid, now polaris has a type of gear oil they recommend, this worked for me, after that then possibly check the wiring going to the magnetic coil in the hub bearing, make sure it is getting current. on mine it was wrapped in a wiring harness along with the brake line, after that try replacing the coil, and or strut. btw they told me worse case, if i brought it in and had them fix it, would cost around $350 assuming they replace the strut and coil. again that was worse case. so in the end simply adding fluid fixed it for me.