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Old 08-10-2011, 12:56 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Stuck in 2nd gear

Hey guys I got a problem that Ive been stumped on . The other day I went for a ride on my 2007 honda rancher 420 fe. It was doing great till I stopped and put it in reverse and backed up. I put it in 1st gear and went forward and when I shifted to 2nd gear the four wheeler would not move . I was unable to shift up or down unsure whats going on I think it might be the shift angle sensor. The gear position indicator gave me 2 long blinks and 2 short blinks
Any ideas would help the battery is fully charged the fourwheeler has 1200 miles on it. Thanks in advance ride safe.
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Old 08-10-2011, 01:09 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I'd guess it's a shift position sensor,or maybe the angle sensor...Did you go download the free downloadable manual for your machine in the Schematics/Manuals section???...
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To deeperinthabush, thanks for the reply I agree I think its the angle sensor. This web site is very helpfull,with good intel thanks again. Besafe.
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Code 22 is shift angle sensor response. Could be a bad angle sensor or a bad shift motor. More than likely, a bad angle sensor.
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Helmut , thanks for the advise. I havent priced them yet but what does an anle sensor run these days, thanks for for the a.dvise . Ride safe
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Helmut , thanks for the advise. I havent priced them yet but what does an anle sensor run these days, thanks for for the a.dvise . Ride safe
You can usually find them for around $60. I would test the angle sensor before buying one. If you don't have a manual, you can download one from the manuals/schematics section of the forum and it will show you how to test the angle sensor.
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Helmut , thanks for the advise. I havent priced them yet but what does an anle sensor run these days, thanks for for the a.dvise . Ride safe
No idea personally,but I bet it falls under the too much price range...
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Hey guys thanks for the advise the problem was the shift angle sensor I checked the net the cheapest I found was at Discount OEM Polaris Parts, Polaris ATV Parts, Yamaha ATV Parts. 1-866-601-3827 for $42.00 it was part# 38800-hpo-a11. They said this fits all the ranchers. Besafe
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Glad you got it fixed!!!
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Just curious the gear position indicator stopped blinking . I havent erased the trouble code yet .But when I shift to 2nd gear I almost have to come to a slow speed but when I start moving again it shifts normal into 3,4,5 gear. Would the stored trouble code have a hand with this. I havent got the scs connector yet to erase the code 22 yet. Any thoughts would help
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