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Will it shift if someone is pushing the ATV? Atv and motorcycle transmissions rarely shift more than one gear, in one direction, unless they are moving... the transmission gears have "dogs" that are slightly undercut, designed to keep them in gear, they are numerous on each gear and rarely "line up" to allow the transmission to shift without movement.
If it will not shift (up or down) when you are pushing it, have you possible bent the shift shaft (the shaft the shifter is bolted onto)?? If not. then its time to get a qualified professional to open the side case and take a look. It should be obvious, he may have to remove the clutch assy to see.
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This is a discussion on Grizzly 660 Shifting problem. within the Grizzly Engine ....2005 grizzly 660 gear position sensor problem.
Because there's no electricity? If the engine isn't running and you need to get it into neutral (or if the shift mechanism fails) there's a shift lever in the tool kit that will let you shift gears manually.
You can try to adjust the linkage below the shifter should be 2 rods there one is low gear other is forward and backwards if that's doesn't do it then you have to pull trans out and sleeve the shift heads hope you can just adjust it
sounds like one of your solenoid in the valve body is bad, if you.are able to shift it.by yourself, then it could be a.solenoid, but also.check your transmission fluid to make sure its full, check when transmission fluid is hot, either in park or neutral, your owners manual will tell you which.way to check it, sometimes on the.dipstick it will say how to.check it to.