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I have a 2001 honda foreman 350 es and it wont shift

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I have a 2003 Foreman ES and the engine and transmission share the same oil on mine.

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SOURCE: 2003 honda rancher es wont shift electricly.

i am not very technical but i did figure this problem out. there is an aluminum plate with fins behind the right rear tire. i can remove it and wipe off the back , unplug the quick disconnect, put it back together again and my shifting problem is taken care of. seems like once it gets wet i have to do it again.

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