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1988 Yamaha Big Bear 350 4x4 Problem Putting In Reverse

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I have a 1988 Big Bear 350 4X4 and I'm having problems putting in reverse IDK if it's shift linkage adjustment needed or what please help 

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I have a 1988 Big Bear 350 4X4 and I'm having problems putting in reverse IDK if it's shift linkage adjustment needed or what please help 

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Both your topics have been merged since they were duplicates 😁 I also changed your topic title to 1988 Yamaha Big Bear 350 4x4 Problem Putting In Reverse

Check out these topics and see if they help:

 

Otherwise, try to describe a little better what's happening when you try to shift into reverse. 😉

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Sorry for the duplicate I'm new to this site my big bear has no brakes everything worked grate for 2 days then I started having problems putting in reverse first thing I thought was shift linkage adjustment just wanted a second opinion thanks again guys or girls 

 

 

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I had to lower the idle on my Big Bear as I couldn't shift back and forth from neutral and reverse. 

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1 minute ago, Darrinster said:

I had to lower the idle on my Big Bear as I couldn't shift back and forth from neutral and reverse. 

That'll do it, high idle will make for tougher shifts.

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