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Old 02-07-2011, 03:22 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default help!!!! 05 honda rancher AT shifting problems

hey guyz I have a 05 honda rancher AT and I'm having problems can any body help plz!!!!!!

heres the problem the bike runs good but at times when I go from hard terrain to wet terrain the bike seams to feel like the brake is on the your just revving up but it bearly wants to go so I'Il let of the gas and after the shift motor winds down to first then the bike runs perfect, as if the shifting gets confused. I just changed the angle sensor thinking that was the problem but its still the same the shift motor was replaced as well and the bike was also reprogramed as the service manual directed can any body help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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any suggestions guys ? Im going crazy trying to figure out what wrong with this bike
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By terrain, do you mean from dry land to mud or water? I don't know anything about the rancher at, but I'm sure someone here might have some experience.
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yeah like dirt road to muddy water
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any more suggestion guys I cant seam to find any help any where. Ive seen other treads about this problem but they all just die off with no final fix posted thanks
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I had that problem on my Rancher but a new angle sensor fixed it.

You might be best served if you can find a dealer you can trust.
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Flawless, that sentence/paragraph was worthy of Alan Greenspan!

A buddy had a similar problem with his Rancher. I'll ask him about it at the Barley House this evening and will PM you.
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She had a squeak in the left rear one time.. rode it for hours like that, I come to find the left rear bearing ... disintegrated, gonzo, and because of it the brake was partially applied, best power was in 1 and 2, and gutless after that, but she didnt tell me, I had to hear if from behind.... I now test ride it more often to ensure that wont happen again. From the sounds of it your higher gear clutches may have taken a crap... check the rear end real close. Wheel off and look at the tube real good with a light. That seal if moved will allow water and crap to build up inside the tube... a mess.
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i like oilcan's idea
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I would check battery connections or try putting the battery on a battery tender and see if the battery is fully charged. My two cents.
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