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Old 04-07-2012, 10:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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04 rancher won't shift

So here we go I got a rancher in trade for a blaster wouldn't shift so what I thought would be an easy fix was not so. Had to rebuild the tranny now it will shift with the manual over ride. But it will not shift with the electric shift I have no error codes and I've been chasing it for 2 days every thing has power but nothing any ideas on what it could be. It is a 350
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Old 04-08-2012, 10:13 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Ok wondering if any one has a picture of the ecu connector I think who ever I got it from had it apart and it's not hooked up correctly. Is there any one in Virginia beach area that has one of these that I could possible look at to diagnose my issue. Thanks.
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Old 04-08-2012, 10:47 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Hi Tecaterunner,

I can't help you directly in the area of the connector pin-out, but the service manuals usually have descriptions of which pins go where in the connector. Do you have a manual? If not, click the link in my signature and you can download one for your wheeler.

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Yea I have one but it just keeps running me in circles says do this then do this. But then I check a wire that should have power it don't then when I go through again it does it's getting frustrating to say the least
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Ok Im getting closer to a fix I think I have checked the book and I've checked every wire have good continuity shift motor will shift when I hook it straight to 12 volt and the book says temporary failure but yet I don't have any power to the shift motor when hooked up to the ecu but I have great continuity. This ecu came from a Honda shop that they used for testing wish I had another to test be cause my old one was doing the same thing any ideas guys
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Old 04-08-2012, 05:33 PM   #6 (permalink)
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give this a try it worked on my wifes 01 350. i had it at a local honda shop and they tested angle sensor and all that and all was good, i took the digital display" not sure what they call it" but i took that apart and it looked like some corrosion started so i took a brass wire brush and cleaned all the contacts and bam works like a charm for past 2 yrs. for the hr it would take its worth checking it out. good luck
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Old 04-08-2012, 05:38 PM   #7 (permalink)
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I will give this a try I have nothing to loose at this point I just really don't want to pay 80 an hour to trouble shoot it. Thinking I need to get my 85 250sx back from my dad
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Tried it every thing looks good to me it's so frustrating I could scream someone has had to have had this issue before
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Welcome to the forum.Helmut will be along shortly or you could pm him he is outstanding with honda atvs.
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Thanks for the welcome I'll wait if he don't come around by tomorrow I will pm him
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