Hmm, so the odometer will eventually start working I'm guessing because mine did, BUT I don't think its correct. At this point though its 22 years old so the odometer probably really doesn't matter. I've read about the clock complaint, but mine works fine, unless I disconnect the battery of course. So thats strange considering we have the exact same year and model...I just did the same work around for a 1998 Foreman TRX450ES Shows 0 miles. Gear selection works, Speedo works. Clock won't hold time after you shut the key off. Anyone know what the extra two wires are for on the 37200-HNO-771. Maybe those would keep power to the clock?
Have you had any issues using 37200-HN0-771? My display is out. AKATV is going to be looking at it but I also can't find the cover for under 200$. May by the 771 part. Let me know thanks!I have a 1998 Honda Foreman TRX450ES that had a burnout display. I had the same issue finding the 37200-HN0-A12, so I ordered the 37200-HN0-771 after reading this forum. Its plug and play with the 14 pin connector. Gear selection works; speedo works but I haven’t clocked it to know if its accurate; reverse, neutral, and oil lights work; 4WD light is always on, but mine is all time 4WD anyway; clock holds time; odometer does not appear to be counting up, but I’ve barely driven it a mile to know for sure. I can post more findings, but either way its the closest thing to the original you’re going to find. You can find them on Amazon and ebay.