Hi, I been off the forum for almost a year, (busy). But I'm having a problem with my Rancher. Here it goes. A few days ago I moved my quad out of the garage, literally just backed it up and a few hours later pulled it back in, everything worked fine. The following day I went to move it again, started right up. Pushed the down button (it's ES) and nothing. Pushed the UP button and nothing. It would not shift out of neutral. I have no codes stored on the pod. All gauges, lights and indicators work as they should. Put the emergency shifter on and it shifts in all gears and displays the correct gear postion on the dash. I'm not even getting a click from the shift motor. Battery fully charged and connections are clean and tight. Now, here is where it gets weird. With the key on when I push either the up or down button I hear a faint beeping noise that I thought was coming from the angle sensor. So I brought out the manual and started the trouble shooting guide. So far, the angle sensor, gear shift switch (on handle bars) all checked out good. I applied 12 volts to the shift motor and it spins, in fact if I put 12 volts to it, it will change gears and the display will show the postion also. I took the shift motor out of the front case and with it still connected with the key on when I push either UP/DOWN I hear that faint noise coming from the motor. It seems like the motor is trying to spin each time I push the button. But I checked the motor using a power probe II applying 12 volts to it and it spins. The last thing I checked was the gear position switch (the one inside the rear case) and when I checked it for continuty the first time it was good, checked it again and no continuty???? Now, this switch , if it is bad, requires removing the engine, which I don't really want to do right now. But If that switch was bad wouldn't it affect the gear position indicator in the dash? I mean if I manually shift it , or put 12 volts to the motor the shifting works and so does the gear postions on the dash. I don't know what else to check. Any ideas?