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2006 Can-Am Outlander Max 400 Hard to Shift Gears

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My brothers 06 outlander max 400 shifter lever is very hard to get into the correct gear any ideas what the problem could be?

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Sometimes the shift lever will not move or come out of gear to put in forward or reverse any ideas what the problem could be?

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