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Hi. It's either your coil or CDI thats at fault. Download yourself a copy of the service manual from the internet and measure the coil resistance values that are quoted in the manual.(how and where to measure is usually shown in all good manuals) If these are correct then its most likely your CDI. Your Honda dealership should be able to test this for you, but this may cost as much as a second hand CDI. The CDI on the XR200 is the same as a lot of models eg. cb125, cd125 . You will find quite a few on ebay , both new and second hand , make sure you get the same model as already in use (number should be on the CDI) good luck
The chassis number(s) will not give the year of the bikes. The engine number(s) will give the year and location made of the engine only. This information would have to be obtained from the manufacturer.
The only way to determine the year of the bike(s) is to use the VIN number. The VIN number is 17 characters long and is usually located on the front of the frame.
This site, VIN Look-up, will give you all the information you need on your bikes.
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I have the same problem with my 2001 rancher. I havent quite figured out how to fix the problem, but temporarily you can use a 12mm wrench to manually downshift to neutral. Then turn the key off and back on again will usually reset the system. Some believe that having good strong battery will help keep the electrical system from malfunctioning. Also some people suggest replacing the angle sensor if you already have a strong battery. those are common failures. beyond that its trial and error with the other electrical sensors and shifter parts. If you know how to use a multimeter you could download the honda repair and troubleshooting manual from the honda atv forums. several members have posted the link. Until your shift issues are resolved i would suggest investing in the $15 emergency shifter
I had the same problem. I bypass the neutral switch, the green light always stay on, and my atv never shut off again. Be carefull, that way your atv can start even if your transmission is engage in speed