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I'm having problems with my 2002 Grizzly 660 not selecting park properly. From what I can tell it looks like the linkage/selector cable ...
I'm having problems with my 2002 Grizzly 660 not selecting park properly. From what I can tell it looks like the linkage/selector cable may need adjusting. is there a really good web site that shows how to do this?
Well I don't know if there's another good website for it, but GC is a great place to come for that answer.
1. Put your bike in Neutral and take your left side black plastic cover off.
2. using a vice-grip and a 10mm (I think) wrench, loosen the nut at the end of the linkage shaft (the long silver rod) on the right side, and the nut that is tucked wayyy up by your shifter.
3. Use a pencil or a marker to make a horizontal line that you can see clearly along that rod.
4. There is a flat spot on that rod. Use your wrench to turn the rod 1/4 turn either way. Then try and "find" each gear, including P and R. You'll know if it got worse or better. If it got better, continue turning the rod 1/4 turn in that same direction until it is perfect. If it got worse, turn it back 1/4 turn at a time to get back to where you started (keep an eye on that mark you made). Then go 1/4 turn in the other direction until it gets better.
5. If it still doesn't find park and ALL the other shift positions, you may need to replace the ball joints on the end of that rod.
6. After you get it where you want, hold the rod steady and re-tighten BOTH of the nuts on the end of the rods.
Good luck. And remember, this is THE website for all things Grizzly!!!!
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i have a prob on mine where i could not get it to go into low and park, only one of them the linkage was good and tryed to adj but did not work, i took the shifter apart and the rod that goes through to where the shifter handle hooks to [its a square tube] had play i took it apart and put 3 or 4 layers of pop can in there and used a hammer and hit it lightly and it took all play out and the kinkage was adj right. now i have park.
if u need more info let me know, if your ball ends are good and cant get it adj try that. there is a nut on both ends of the rod u need to loosen
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Mines the same it's not a Bice noise when it grinds trying to select a gear. Think I'm guna replace the ball joints as it doesn't select either way properly if I remember rightly. I was going to adjust it but it will get better one way and worse the
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