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Old 09-09-2007, 08:52 PM
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Default Grizzly 660 Gear Shift Selector/Indicator Light/LED Problem!

Hello All,

I have been searching but have been unable to find anyone that has had this problem. I have a 2003 Yamaha Grizzly 660 and the problem is that the gear selector/indicator lights on the dash intermittently fail to light. It is most annoying when in Neutral or Park when the light does not illuminate because it will not allow me to start the engine until the gear selector for N or P illuminate. Has anyone had this problem and know of a fix? Rocking the ATV and jiggling the shifter stick works sometimes but not too often...I usually just keep moving the gear stick up and down until I am able to get the light to come on. Sometime this is a short exercise, but not always. Please help...I would hate to have to pay the dealer a ton of $$$ to fix this annoyance.
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