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If your transmission is PTO ready, there will be a plate on the side of the tans where the PTO bolts to it. The PTO will have a gear that goes into the transmission that is driven off of a gear on the input shaft. You will be able to engage and disengage the PTO by a slip gear in the PTO itself.
wires to the pto solenoid incorrect and not wired properly through the switch
did you put the correct shims under the flange of the pto mount as it it is incorrect distance , the pto teeth will say jammed in the transmission gear teeth
suggest that you take it to a shop that fits pto and have the installation checked before you damage the transmission
This sounds like a slightly bent shift fork. The slider gear dogs are clicking on the face edge of the gear you are shifting into. If the fork were not bent, the slider would push the slider gear further and engage more fully. The repair is major surgery on the engine. I would take the bike to a dealer to confirm my diagnosis and at the same time get a cost estimate. If you get out for under $1000 dollars you will have lucked out. Please rate my answer. Thanks.
If this is a Manual transmission and if you push hard and a shifter it still pops out your shifter may be out of adjustment. The other possibility is the synchro teeth on the gear are in a slider rings are worn in the transmission needs to be rebuilt. Good luck.
Normally the problem would be a bent shift fork and that may indeed be the problem. The shift fork is a part of the gearbox and works by sliding a gear with "dogs", (pins), left and right on a shaft so that it engages with another gear. If a fork gets bent it will travel left & right as normal but since the slider gear is out of position due to the bend the gears don't mesh properly, i.e. the slider gear doesnt quite reach far enough into 2nd gear for the two gears to mesh fully. This is not a repair for the novice.