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2000 trx350fe rancher es question

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New member, recently swapped for this rancher, electric shift does not work but emergency manual shift does with no problems. Following troubleshooting in service manual. First step says, turn ign. off, disconnect large ecu connector and check voltage from black/green wire to ground. should be 11 volts minimum. I did and had no voltage. I can read wiring diagrams and do everyday at work in the hvac industry. According to diagram I should not have voltage unless the ign. switch is on. I did ohm my wires and they have continuity where they should. I went through step 2 with no problems and at step 3 found my angle sensor bad, open circuit in either position. Am I missing something here. Sorry so long but did not want to leave anything out, any help is greatly appreciated.
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I'd take the battery ,and have it load tested first,then I'd run a code check(see the manual for yer model,there's a free e manual in the schematics/manuals help section on the main page, is the password if prompted for one),and let the code tell me what was wrong with a known good battery before I did anything else...:icon_ devil:
A good battery has to have minimum of 12.5 volts in order for everything to work properly...Only charge an AGM using an AGM type charger at the lowest setting under 2amps for the recommended time period,then check it before fully charging it to peak before using it to get optimum trouble free life from the battery...Also,check the ground,and positive cables for bad connections,corrosion,etc.,and clean them using a Scotch Brite pad til shiny before reinstalling them tightly...:icon_gd:
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