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2012 Yamaha Grizzly 700 - Will Not Shift


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I saw in past threads or possibly from another ATV site when I Googled my shifter problem. I am in the NE Mountains and it gets cold. I have my 2012 Grizzly 700 in the garage and it is NOT heated. The cold weather here was about -5 to -15 F. When it got that cold my Grizzly 700 would not shift into any gear. Once it warmed up it did shift into gear(s) no problem. I saw this happen about 3 times already since I just got it about 3 weeks ago. I saw a thread in from the past saying to drain the shifter, that there is a hose with a plug? Where is this hose and plug exactly? How do I get to it? Again, like I said I am new all around (wet behind the ears) but I am a hands on guy. I really do not want to take things apart I don't have to. I really need specifics and/or a drawing. I don't think it is the adjustment as when it is not so cold say around 40 degrees F. It does not happen. Plus like I said once it warms up it is fine.

THANKS!

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