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Old 07-15-2010, 11:55 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Electronic Shift Problems

I have a 2004 Rancher 4x4 TRX350ES. after riding for a while the shift indicator will begin to blink and not shift anymore. teh bike must be manually shifted to nuetral and then started again. this will sometimes fix the problem and sometimes it will not. i had originally had thought this was because a weak battery. i purchased a new battery and the problem was corrected for about two different atv trips. but teh problem has returned. please help.
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Old 07-15-2010, 12:04 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Welcome to the forums. I would check the battery to make sure it is still fully charged to make sure something isn't draining it.

You need to retrieve the trouble codes. Here is the procedure and the codes.

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I'm having the same exact problem,I also thought it was the battery.It must be a common problem.I'm going to follow the diagnostic precedure above and see what I can find.Any more info would be greatly appreciated.(2005 Foreman ES)
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I'm having the same exact problem,I also thought it was the battery.It must be a common problem.I'm going to follow the diagnostic precedure above and see what I can find.Any more info would be greatly appreciated.(2005 Foreman ES)
The procedures above are for the 350 Rancher. Here is the procedures and codes for the 500 Foreman ES.

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anyone know what to look for when the electric shift do not work on a 2005 honda trx 350 es?
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anyone know what to look for when the electric shift do not work on a 2005 honda trx 350 es?
Does the gear position indicator blink when you turn the key on? If so, follow the procedures in post #2 above to retrieve the stored trouble codes.
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problem with electric shift

i have a mechanic lookin at this problem and i will let you know what he finds
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problem with electric shift

yes it do, you have the same problem?
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yes it do, you have the same problem?
No, I don't have that problem, but if the gear position indicator blinks when you turn the key on, that means it has trouble codes stored. You need to follow the procedures in post #2 above and retrieve the trouble codes.
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problem with electric shift

have you got a copy of the codes to this bike, if you do can you send them?
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