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Where would the angle sensors be located and approx. how much would they retail for???
 

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Hey, thank you very much Honda Mechanic.
 

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The angle sensor is mounted on the sub-gearshift spindle. It converts the direction of rotation, rotational angle and rotating speed of the sub-gearshift spindle into a voltage & speed signal. This signal is used by the ECM to control the shift control motor function..
 

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You nailed that question Honda Mechanic
 

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What sensor did you install .. The TRX450FE calls for 38800-HN0-A11
But we try to use 38800-HP0-A11 which is the new angle sensor for the TRX500FE whenever we can ..

In fact the TRX350 sensor #38800-HM8-A50 superseads to the new TRX500 sensor ..

I wouldn't get a spare but if it goes again I'd put a 500 sensor on it ..
 

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# 38800-HN5-A11 is listed under "very fast moving parts" so it must be the new replacement sensor .. The different number could just be a Canadian uses 1 number US uses another number ..

I don't think you should have any trouble with your shifting now..
 

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# 38800-HN5-A11 is listed under "very fast moving parts" so it must be the new replacement sensor .. The different number could just be a Canadian uses 1 number US uses another number ..

I don't think you should have any trouble with your shifting now..
Thanks for looking for me. It's on there now and works, so I'm leaving it alone, works fine now. I still can't see how a small part like that would screw up the shifting. I understand how it works, just why would Honda use something that undependable.
 
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