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    • I have a 2005 Honda trx350fe. I started having shifting issues a couple of years ago, at that time there was not any gear indicator on the dash.  That made it difficult to see any trouble codes. I replaced the ecu, wire harness and angle sensor, no improvement in shifting or gear indicator. I gave up and purchased a shift bypass kit which let it shift. i put it back together and rode it, but you had to control your engine speed. I decided to use it this fall and it shifts between n and 1st and sometimes reverse, but nothing above 1st. I have checked the shift motor which tries to shift when installed and spins freely when removed. The reduction gears look good, but need grease.  I have the machine on stands and it shifts with the tool through all gears. The machine starts and runs good. Would like some insight please, thanks
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