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All Honda Foreman 500 Codes (DTCs) & How-To Retrieve Them

If you own a Honda Foreman 500, then you know that it is a powerful and reliable workhorse. But even the most well-made machines sometimes need a little help to get back on track.

In this article, we will share all of the trouble codes (DTCs) for the Honda Foreman 500, so that you can easily diagnose the problem and get your ATV back on the trails. Let’s get started!

Retrieving Trouble Codes on the Foreman 500

Usually, we use an OBD2 port to connect to the vehicle in order to retrieve fault codes and troubleshoot a problem, however, that is not the case with the Foreman 500 as there is no OBD2 port.

Instead, the Foreman 500 provides trouble codes by blinking the corresponding indicator light on the dash when the ignition is on. Normally, all of the lights on the dash stay on for a second or two to give you a chance to see if any of the bulbs in the dash are out. However, if there is a fault code stored in the EEPROM, then after the dash lights go out, one or a few of them will start blinking.

For example, if the EPS indicator light is blinking, then it means that your Foreman 500 has a malfunction with the Electric Power Steering system and a DTC (Diagnostic Trouble Code) is stored.

It’s pretty easy to read stored fault codes, as the blinking system is easy to understand.

The indicator lights can either blink for 1 second (long) or 1/4th of a second (short). A single long blink stands for 10, while a single short blink stands for 1.

Let’s say that the EPS light blinks long two times and then follows with four short blinks. The two long blinks stand for 20, while the four short blinks stand for 4. Now you have to add them together and get 24, which can be found in the DTC list below. It stands for an Engine Speed Signal malfunction.

Now, there is no gear indicator light on the dash, but the LCD screen on the dash shows which gear is currently selected. When a fault code is stored in the ESP (Electric Shift Program) or the DTC, then the number of the currently selected gear will be replaced by a dash (-) and then the dash will be used to blink out a DTC.

Note: All of the troubleshooting processes for each of the fault codes can be found in the owner’s manual of your specific Honda Foreman 500.

Honda Foreman 500 Codes (DTCs) List


2005-2011 Models

ESP System Fault Codes:

Gear Position Indicator BlinksCheck Part and/or System
1ECM (writing & recording circuit
2ES shift switch system (up & down)
3Angle sensor system
4Gear position switch system
5ECM motor driver circuit
6ECM fail-safe relay circuit
7ECM voltage convert circuit
8Angle sensor system
9Angle sensor system
10CKP sensor system
11Rear VS sensor system
12Gear position switch system
13Throttle position (TP) sensor system

4WD System Fault Codes:

4WD indicator blinksCheck part & system
2Front VS sensor
3Rear VS sensor
4System voltage
5Front final clutch system

EPS System Fault Codes:

DTCFunction FailureSystem/Fail-safe functionLatch/Reset/Revest
11-01Excessive change of the vehicle speed signal (Regular diagnosis)Indicator ON/Subsistution control of the engine RPMRevest
11-02Comparison between the vehicle speed and the engine speed signal (Regular diagnosis)Indicator ON/Subsistution control of the engine RPMRevest
13-01EPS ECU internal circuit (Lower FET stuck ON) (Initial diagnosis)Indicator ON/Halt steering assist immediatelyReset
13-02EPS ECU internal circuit (Upper FET stuck ON) (Initial diagnosis)Indicator ON/Halt steering assist immediatelyReset
13-03EPS ECU internal circuit (FET stuck ON <over current>) (Regular diagnosis)Indicator ON/Halt steering assist immediatelyReset
13-04EPS ECU internal circuit (FET stuck ON (VM<Voltage Motor>)) (Regular diagnosis)Indicator ON/Halt steering assist immediatelyReset
13-05EPS ECU internal circuit (FET stuck ON (over current<accumulated>)) (Regular diagnosis)Indicator ON/Halt steering assist immediatelyReset
14-01EPS ECU internal circuit (Power relay stuck ON) (Initial diagnosis)Indicator ON/Halt steering assist immediatelyReset
14-02EPS ECU internal circuit (Fail-safe relay 1 stuck ON) (Initial diagnosis)Indicator ON/Halt steering assist immediatelyReset
14-03EPS ECU internal circuit (Fail-safe relay 2 stuck ON) (Initial diagnosis)Indicator ON/Halt steering assist immediatelyReset
14-04EPS ECU internal circuit (Power relay stuck open) (Regular diagnosis)Indicator ON/Halt steering assist immediatelyReset
15-014WD selectable system blinking communication line (Regular diagnosis)4WD indicator blink (EPS indicator will not come ON)/2WD assist power stabilizedRevest
15-024WD selectable system communication line voltage (Regular diagnosis)Indicator ON/2WD assist power stabilized or EPS operating is normallyRevest
16-01EPS ECU internal circuit (Direction determine logic circuit) (Regular diagnosis)Indicator ON/Halt steering assist immediatelyReset
16-02EPS ECU internal circuit (INH output circuit) (Initial diagnosis)Indicator ON/Halt steering assist immediatelyReset
17-01EPS ECU internal circuit (Voltage raise transformation circuit) (Initial diagnosis)Indicator ON/Halt steering assist immediatelyReset
17-02EPS ECU internal circuit (Voltage raise transformation circuit) (Regular diagnosis)Indicator ON/Halt steering assist under the Specified conditionRevest
18-01EPS ECU internal circuit (Current sensor) (Initial diagnosis)Indicator ON/Halt steering assist immediatelyReset
18-02EPS ECU internal circuit (Current sensor off set) (Regular diagnosis)Indicator ON/Halt steering assist immediatelyReset
18-03EPS ECU internal circuit (Current sensor stuck low) (Initial diagnosis)Indicator ON/Halt steering assist immediatelyReset
18-04EPS ECU internal circuit (Current sensor stuck low) (Regular diagnosis)Indicator ON/Halt steering assist immediatelyReset
18-05EPS ECU internal circuit (Motor current deflection) (Regular diagnosis)Indicator ON/Halt steering assist immediatelyReset
18-06EPS ECU internal circuit (IM2) (Regular diagnosis)Indicator ON/Halt steering assist immediatelyReset
21-01Abnormal motor terminal voltage (Initial diagnosis)Indicator ON/Halt steering assist immediatelyReset
21-02Abnormal motor terminal voltage (Regular diagnosis)Indicator ON/Halt steering assist immediatelyReset
21-03Open in the motor harness (Regular diagnosis)Indicator ON/Halt steering assist immediatelyReset
22-01Failure to initialize the torque sensor (Initial diagnosis)Indicator blink (DTC will not store in the EPS ECU)/Halt steering assist until the torque sensor is initializedLatch
23-01Low/high voltage for the torque sensor (VT1 and [email protected]) (Regular diagnosis)Indicator ON/Halt steering assist until the DTC is erasedLatch
23-02Torque sensor (VT3 Differential-amplification Function) (Regular diagnosis)Indicator ON/Halt steering assist until the DTC is erasedLatch
23-03Torque sensor (VT1, VT2 rapid change) (Regular diagnosis)Indicator ON/Halt steering assist until the DTC is erasedLatch
23-04Torque sensor (Temperature sensor) (Regular diagnosis)Indicator ON/Halt steering assist immediatelyReset
23-05Torque sensor (Sensor Coil) (Regular diagnosis)Indicator ON/Halt steering assist until the DTC is erasedLatch
24-01Engine speed signal (Regular diagnosis)Indicator ON/Halt steering assist under the Specified conditionRevest
31-01Low/high IG1-terminal voltage (Initial diagnosis)Indicator ON/Halt steering assist under the Specified conditionRevest
31-02Low/high IG1-terminal voltage (Regular diagnosis)Indicator ON/Halt steering assist under the Specified conditionRevest
32-01Low/high VBU voltage (Regular diagnosis)Indicator ON/Halt steering assist under the Specified conditionRevest
33-02EPS ECU internal circuit (EEPROM) (Regular diagnosis)Indicator ON/Halt steering assist immediatelyReset
35-01EPS ECU internal circuit (CPU) (Initial diagnosis)Indicator ON/Halt steering assist immediatelyReset
35-02EPS ECU internal circuit (CPU communication) (Initial diagnosis)Indicator ON/Halt steering assist immediatelyReset
35-03EPS ECU internal circuit (CPU communication) (Regular diagnosisIndicator ON/Halt steering assist under the Specified conditionRevest

2012 & Newer Models

EPS System Fault Codes:

DTCFunction Failure Symptom/Fail-safe functionDetection timingType
11-01Excessive change of vehicle speed signalIndicator ON/Substitution control of the engine RPMRegularRevest
11-02Comparison between vehicle speed and engine speed signalIndicator ON/Substitution control of the engine RPMRegularRevest
13-01EPS ECU internal circuit (Lower FET stuck ON)Indicator ON/Disables steering assist immediatelyInitialReset
13-02EPS ECU internal circuit (Upper FET stuck ON)Indicator ON/Disables steering assist immediatelyInitialReset
13-03EPS ECU internal circuit (FET stuck ON <over current>)Indicator ON/Disables steering assist immediatelyRegularReset
13-04EPS ECU internal circuit (FET stuck ON (VM<Voltage Motor>))Indicator ON/Disables steering assist immediatelyRegularReset
13-05EPS ECU internal circuit (FET stuck ON (over current >accumulated>))Indicator ON/Disables steering assist immediatelyRegularReset
14-01EPS ECU internal circuit (Power relay stuck ON)Indicator ON/Disables steering assist immediatelyInitialReset
14-02EPS ECU internal circuit
(Fail-safe relay 1 stuck ON)
Indicator ON/Disables steering assist immediatelyInitialReset
14-03EPS ECU internal circuit
(Fail-safe relay 2 stuck ON)
Indicator ON/Disables steering assist immediatelyInitialReset
14-04EPS ECU internal circuit (Power relay stuck open)
Indicator ON/Disables steering assist immediatelyRegularReset
15-012WD/4WD select signal blinkingDifferential lock and 4WD indicators blink (EPS indicator will not come ON)/2WD assist power stabilizedRegularRevest
15-022WD/4WD select signal input lineIndicator ON/2WD assist power stabilized or EPS operating normallyRegularRevest
16-01EPS ECU internal circuit (Direction determine logic circuit)Indicator On/Disables steering assist immediatelyRegularReset
16-02EPS ECU internal circuit (INH output circuit)Indicator On/Disables steering assist immediatelyInitialReset
17-01EPS ECU internal circuit (Voltage raise transformation circuit)Indicator On/Disables steering assist immediatelyInitialReset
17-02EPS ECU internal circuit (Voltage raise transformation circuit)Indicator On/Disables steering assist under the Specified conditionRegularReset
18-01EPS ECU internal circuit (Current sensor)Indicator On/Disables steering assist immediatelyInitialReset
18-02EPS ECU internal circuit (Current sensor off set)Indicator On/Disables steering assist immediatelyRegularReset
18-03EPS ECU internal circuit (Current sensor stuck low)Indicator On/Disables steering assist immediatelyInitialReset
18-04EPS ECU internal circuit (Current sensor stuck low)Indicator On/Disables steering assist immediatelyRegularReset
18-05EPS ECU internal circuit (Motor current deflection)Indicator On/Disables steering assist immediatelyRegularReset
18-06EPS ECU internal circuit (IM2)Indicator On/Disables steering assist immediatelyRegularReset
21-01Abnormal motor terminal voltageIndicator On/Disables steering assist immediatelyInitialReset
21-02Abnormal motor terminal voltageIndicator On/Disables steering assist immediatelyRegularReset
21-03Open in the motor harnessIndicator On/Disables steering assist immediatelyRegularReset
22-01Failure to initialize the torque sensorIndicator ON/Disables steering assist until the torque sensor is initializedRegularLatch
23-01Low/high voltage for the torque sensor (VT1 and VT2)Indicator ON/Disables steering assist until the DTC is erasedRegularLatch
23-02Torque sensor (VT3 Differential-amplification Function)Indicator ON/Disables steering assist until the DTC is erasedRegularLatch
23-03Torque sensor (VT1, VT2 rapid change)Indicator ON/Disables steering assist until the DTC is erasedRegularLatch
23-04Torque sensor (Temperature sensor)Indicator On/Disables steering assist immediatelyRegularReset
23-05Torque sensor (Sensor Coil)Indicator ON/Disables steering assist until the DTC is erasedRegularLatch
24-01Engine speed signalIndicator On/Disables steering assist under the Specified conditionRegularRevest
31-01Low/high IG-1 terminal voltageIndicator On/Disables steering assist under the Specified conditionInitialRevest
31-02Low/high IG-1 terminal voltageIndicator On/Disables steering assist under the Specified conditionRegularRevest
32-01Low/high VBU voltageIndicator On/Disables steering assist under the Specified conditionRegularReset
33-02EPS ECU internal circuit (EEPROM)Indicator On/Disables steering assist immediatelyInitialReset
35-01EPS ECU internal circuit (CPU)Indicator On/Disables steering assist immediatelyInitial and RegularReset
35-03EPS ECU internal circuit (CPU communication)Indicator On/Disables steering assist immediatelyInitialReset
35-04EPS ECU internal circuit (CPU communication)Indicator On/Disables steering assist under the Specified conditionRegularReset

ESP System Fault Codes:

DTC (“-” blinks)Function Failure Symptom/Fail-safe function
8-1 (8)TP sensor circuit low voltage (less than 0.22 V)
• TP sensor or its circuit malfunction
• Poor engine acceleration
• Fail-safe value: O°
• ESP does not work
8-2 (8)TP sensor circuit High voltage (more than 4.93 V)
• Loose or poor contact of the TP sensor connector
• TP sensor or its circuit malfunction
• Poor engine acceleration
• Fail-safe value: O°
• ESP does not work
11-1 (11)VS sensor no signal
• Loose or poor contact of the Rear VS sensor connector
• Rear VS sensor or its circuit malfunction
• Engine operates normally
• ESP does not work
21-1 (21)Shift angle sensor circuit low voltage (less than 0.37 V)
• Shift angle sensor or its circuit malfunction
• ESP does not work
21-2 (21)Shift angle sensor circuit High voltage (more than 4.62 V)
• Loose or poor contact of the Sub-gearshift spindle angle sensor connector
• Shift angle sensor or its circuit malfunction
• ESP does not work
22-1 (22)Shift angle sensor response (Control motor lock)
• PCM activates the motor but the angle sensor voltage does not change in middle position
• Control motor or its circuit malfunction
• Shift angle sensor or its circuit malfunction
• ESP does not work
22-2 (22)Shift angle sensor response (Control motor stuck)
• PCM does not activate the motor but angle sensor
voltage stays out of middle position (195 – 3.05 V)
• Control motor or its circuit malfunction
• Shift angle sensor or its circuit malfunction
• ESP does not work
23-1 (23)Shift angle sensor response (Voltage variation)
• PCM does not activate the motor but angle sensor voltage varies constantly
• Shift angle sensor installation problem
• Shift angle sensor or its circuit malfunction
• Control motor or its circuit malfunction
• ESP does not work
24-1 (24)Shift control motor drive circuit
• Control motor or its circuit malfunction
• Control motor drive circuit malfunction
• ESP does not work
32-1 (32)Fail-safe relay circuit
• Fail-safe relay circuit malfunction
• ESP does not work
33-2 (33)EEPROM malfunction• Engine operates normally
41-1 (41)Gear position switch circuit
• Gear position switch circuit malfunction (Short)
• Engine does not start
• ESP does not work
• Gear position indicator blinks “-“
41-2 (41)Gear position switch circuit
• Gear position switch circuit malfunction (Open)
• ESP does not work
• Gear position indicator blinks “-“
42-1 (42)Gearshift (UP/DOWN) switch circuit
• Gearshift (UP/DOWN) switch circuit malfunction (Short)
• ESP does not work

PGM-FI System Fault Codes:

DTCFunction FailureSymptom/Fail-safe function
1-1MAP sensor circuit low voltage (less than 0.195 V)
• MAP sensor or its circuit malfunction
• Engine operates normally
• Pre-program value: 64 kPa
1-2MAP sensor circuit high voltage (more than 3.804 V)
• Loose or poor contact of the MAP sensor connector
• MAP sensor or its circuit malfunction
• Engine operates normally
• Pre-program value: 64 kPa
7-1ECT sensor circuit low voltage (less than 0.015 V)
• ECT sensor or its circuit malfunction
• Hard to start at low temperature
• Pre-program value: 78.6°C/173.5°F
• Cooling fan turns on
7-2ECT sensor circuit high voltage (more than 4.981 V)
• Loose or poor contact of the ECT sensor connect
• ECT sensor or its circuit malfunction
• Hard to start at low temperature
• Pre-program value: 78.6°C/173.5°F
• Cooling fan turns on
8-1TP sensor circuit low voltage (less than 0.107 V)
• Loose or poor contact of the TP sensor connector
• TP sensor or its circuit malfunction
• Poor engine acceleration
• Pre-program value: 0°
• ESP does not work
8-2TP sensor circuit high voltage (more than 4.981 V)
• TP sensor or its circuit malfunction
• Poor engine acceleration
• Pre-program value: 0°
• ESP does not work
9-1IAT sensor circuit low voltage (less than 0.015 V)
• IAT sensor or its circuit malfunction
• Engine operates normally
• Pre-program value: 34.8°C/94.6°F
9-2IAT sensor circuit high voltage (more than 4.981 V)
• Loose or poor contact of the IAT sensor connector
• IAT sensor or its circuit malfunction
• Engine operates normally
• Pre-program value: 34.8°C/94.6°F
11-1VS sensor no signal
• Loose or poor contact of the IAT sensor connector
• IAT sensor or its circuit malfunction
• Engine operates normally
• ESP does not work
12-1Fuel Injector circuit malfunction
• Loose or poor contact of the fuel injector connector
• Fuel injector or its circuit malfunction
• Engine does not start
• Fuel injector, fuel pump and ignition shut down
21-1O2 sensor malfunction
• Loose or poor contact of the O2 sensor connector
• O2 sensor or its circuit malfunction
• Engine operates normally
23-1O2 sensor heater circuit malfunction
• Loose or poor contact of the O2 sensor heater connector
• O2 sensor or its circuit malfunction
• Engine operates normally
29-1IACV circuit malfunction
• Loose or poor contact of the IACV connector
• IACV or its circuit malfunction
• Engine stalls, hard to start, rough idling
41-1Except FA: Gear position switch/FA: Shift drum position switch malfunction
• Loose or poor contact of the gear/shift drum position switch connector
• Gear/shift position switch or its circuit malfunction
• Engine operates normally
• ESP does not work
• Gear position indicator blinks “-“
54-1Bank angle sensor circuit low voltage
• Bank angle sensor or its circuit malfunction
• Engine operates normally
• Bank angle sensor stops the control
54-2Bank angle sensor circuit high voltage
• Loose or poor contact of the bank angle sensor connector
• Bank angle sensor or its circuit malfunction
• Engine operates normally
• Bank angle sensor stops the control
66-1
(FA
models
only)
Rear VS sensor no signal
• Loose or poor contact of the rear VS sensor connector
• Rear VS sensor or its circuit malfunction
• Engine operates normally
• Gearshift function does not work (2nd, 4th or reverse gear only)
67-1
(FA
models
only)
Front VS sensor no signal
• Loose or poor contact of the front VS sensor connector
• Front VS sensor or its circuit malfunction
• Engine operates normally
• Gearshift function does not work (2nd, 4th or reverse gear only)

Differential Lock Fault Codes:

DTCFunction FailureSymptom/Fall-safe function
91-1Differential lock motor continuous operation (more than 3.2 seconds) in positive rotation
• Differential lock system parts or its circuit malfunction
• Faulty PCM/ECM
• Differential lock/4WD indicators blink/Disables differential lock system
91-2Differential lock motor continuous operation (more than 3.2 seconds) in negative rotation
• Differential lock system parts or its circuit malfunction
• Faulty PCM/ECM
• Differential lock/4WD indicators blink/Disables differential lock system
92-1Differential lock motor both terminals high voltage (more than 2.99 V)
• Differential lock system parts or its circuit malfunction
• Faulty PCM/ECM
• Differential lock/4WD indicators blink/Disables differential lock system
94-1Unusual voltage input pattern on differential lock motor terminal
• Differential lock system parts or its circuit malfunction
• Differential lock/4WD indicators blink/Disables differential lock system
95-1Differential lock motor operation in negative rotation without operating the pull back relay in changing to differential lock
• Differential lock system parts or its circuit malfunction
• Faulty PCM/ECM
• Differential lock/4WD indicators blink/Disables differential lock system
97-1Fail-safe relay stuck ON
• Fail-safe relay or its circuit malfunction
• Faulty PCM/ECM
• Differential lock/4WD indicators blink/Disables differential lock system

Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT) Fault Codes:

DTC (“-” blinks)Function FailureSymptom/Fail-safe functionMIL blinks
4-1 (4)Dual clutch PC solenoid valve Low input
• Loose or poor contact of the dual clutch PC solenoid valve connector
• Dual clutch PC solenoid valve or its
circuit malfunction
• Gearshift function does not
work (2nd, 4th or reverse
gear only)
4-2 (4)Dual clutch PC solenoid valve High input
• Dual clutch PC solenoid valve or its circuit malfunction
• Gearshift function does not
work (2nd, 4th or reverse
gear only)
4-3 (4)Dual clutch PC solenoid valve drive circuit
• Dual clutch PC solenoid valve or its circuit malfunction
• Gearshift function does not
work (2nd, 4th or reverse
gear only)
8-1 (8)TP sensor circuit Low voltage
• TP sensor or its circuit malfunction
• Loose or poor contact of the TP sensor connector
• Poor engine acceleration
• Fail-safe value: 0°
• Gearshift function does not
work (2nd, 4th or reverse
gear only)
8
8-2 (8)TP sensor circuit High voltage
• TP sensor or its circuit malfunction
• Poor engine acceleration
• Fail-safe value: 0°
• Gearshift function does not
work (2nd, 4th or reverse
gear only)
8
15-1 (15)Shift solenoid valve circuit
• Loose or poor contact of the shift solenoid valve connector
• Shift solenoid valve or its circuit malfunction
• Gearshift function does not
work (2nd, 4th or reverse
gear only)
21-1 (21)Shift spindle angle sensor circuit Low voltage
• Loose or poor contact of the shift spindle angle sensor connector
• Shift spindle angle sensor or its circuit malfunction
• Gearshift function does not
work (2nd, 4th or reverse
gear only)
21-2 (21)Shift spindle angle sensor circuit High voltage
• Shift spindle angle sensor or its circuit malfunction
• Gearshift function does not
work (2nd, 4th or reverse
gear only)
22-1 (22)Shift spindle operation malfunction (while operating gearshift mechanism)
• Control motor or its circuit malfunction
• Shift spindle angle sensor or its circuit malfunction
• Gearshift function does not
work (2nd, 4th or reverse
gear only)
23-1 (23)Shift spindle operation malfunction (after operating gearshift mechanism)
• Shift spindle angle sensor installation problem
• Shift spindle angle sensor or its circuit malfunction
• Gearshift function does not
work (2nd, 4th or reverse
gear only)
24-1 (24)Shift control motor drive circuit
• Loose or poor contact of the shift control motor connector
• Control motor or its circuit malfunction
• Control motor drive circuit malfunction
• Gearshift function does not
work (2nd, 4th or reverse
gear only)
32-1 (32)Fail-safe relay circuit
• Fail-safe relay circuit malfunction
• Gearshift function does not
work (2nd, 4th or reverse
gear only)
41-1 (41)Shift drum position switch circuit
• Shift drum position switch or its circuit malfunction (Short)
• Gearshift function does not
work (2nd, 4th or reverse
gear only)
41
42-1 (42)Gearshift switch circuit
• Gearshift switch or its circuit malfunction
• Gearshift function does not
work (2nd, 4th or reverse
gear only)
44-1 (44)EOT sensor circuit low voltage (less than 0.08 V)
• EOT sensor or its circuit malfunction
• Gearshift function does not
work (2nd, 4th or reverse
gear only)
• Cooling fan turns on
44
44-2 (44)EOT sensor circuit high voltage (more than 4.92 V)
• Loose or poor contact of the EOT sensor connector
• EOT sensor or its circuit malfunction
• Gearshift function does not
work (2nd, 4th or reverse
gear only)
44
66-1 (66)Rear VS sensor no signal
• Loose or poor contact of the rear VS sensor connector
• Rear VS sensor or its circuit malfunction
• Gearshift function does not
work (2nd, 4th or reverse
gear only)
66
67-1 (67)Front VS sensor no signal
• Loose or poor contact of the front VS sensor connector
• Front VS sensor or its circuit malfunction
• Gearshift function does not
work (2nd, 4th or reverse
gear only)
67
81-1 (81)Sub-transmission switches malfunction (Low and drive switches remain ON simultaneously for more than 1.5 seconds)
• Sub-transmission switch or its circuit malfunction
• Gearshift function does not
work (2nd, 4th or reverse
gear only)

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