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Question Angle sensor different bikes.

i gotta 2003 honda foreman rubicon and i seen an angle sensor on their for a 05 to an 11 and then an 02 to an 04 but that 02 to 04 is for honda foreman 450 and the other one is for a trx 500 which i have but only an 03

what should i do trying to save the time of returning
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Since you have the Rubicon, make sure you get one for a TRX500FA, not the one for the TRX500, because the angle sensors for the automatic trannies are different than the angle sensors for the standard 5-speed trannies.

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true ok u know any place i can find them because honda says their 150 dolllars and i seen few other people saying on here that their cheaper..
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Looks like ServiceHonda has them for $67.84.

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Most 4-wheeler problems are caused by a loose nut connecting the handlebars and the seat!!

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