Video Review: 2007 Honda Rancher 420 4×4

Honda Rancher 420 4x4

I thought I had lost this video clip. Ah…found it. I took this short video review of the new Honda Rancher 420 back in November 2006 when I was invited to take a test ride at Honda’s facility in South Carolina. I also was part of a tour through their manufacturing and assembly line plant. It was very impressive the way Honda was so efficient at their facility. At the plant they have the assembly line for the new Rancher and also the Rincon 700. I was happy to see some of the improvements that Honda made on the new Rancher. Below I have posted a short video clip which goes around the machine and showcases some of the features. I have also included a short review that was published in the June/July 2007 issue of Hunting Illustrated Magazine.

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Honda Fourtrax Rancher 420 ES

It’s hard to improve something that doesn’t need improvement. That was Honda’s basic struggle as they released the new and improved Rancher 420 ES for 2007. There is no question that Honda had a good thing going with the Rancher 350; it provided years of tremendous sales and popularity. With 500,000 units sold since 1996, one would question if messing with a good thing would be bad. However, Honda timed it just right with appropriate and needed upgrades to continue to make the Rancher ATV one of the best-selling ATVs on the market today.

Honda beefed up the motor department and increased it from a 329cc air-cooled engine to a 420cc, liquid-cooled, four-stroke engine. The increase in ponies also brought about an increase in suspension travel, going from 5.3 inches to 6.3 inches front and back. Honda also improved the braking and added dual hydraulic disc brakes in the front. Like most new ATVs that you find today, electronic fuel injection (EFI) was also added to the new Rancher providing better throttle response, improved cold weather starts, and eliminated jetting problems for high altitude riding. Honda, however, elected to stay with the solid rear axle and not provide a rear independent suspension. Their thinking on this was to keep the ATV mechanically sound with a trouble-free, solid rear axle, less weight, good stability, and to keep costs to a minimum. These considerations sum up the mission of Honda – keep things maintenance-free and for a good price. There is no question that Honda has the reputation of building the most reliable ATVs on the market. The Rancher is proof of this and also proof that many people just want an ATV that works and that they can afford. This is where the new Rancher 420 ES really shines. With an MSRP of $5,499 and the added features, the Rancher will continue to be a great seller for Honda.

The improvements on the Rancher 420 ES carry over to the overall ride and experience on the trail. The bigger motor gives a good increase in power that was much needed to stay competitive and the increased suspension is noticeable. It’s hard not to like the new Rancher 420. It has all of the basics plus a few nice additions like EFI and front disc brakes. This ATV will not blow your socks off and, when pushed hard, can easily go beyond its capabilities. However, the market for the Rancher is the everyday person who wants a good-performing ATV that comes with some nice features, isn’t going to break down, and has a fair price. The Rancher 420 has good low-end torque and Honda’s ES (electric shift) transmission allows you to control the powerband for hill climbing to trail riding or pulling a trailer around the farm. The ATV handles very predictably and the suspension soaks up the basic stuff allowing for an enjoyable ride.

Honda may have been worried about what response they would get by changing one of their most popular ATVs in history. But they don’t need to worry much as everything new on the Rancher 420 is an improvement on an already winning formula.

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199 Comments on "Video Review: 2007 Honda Rancher 420 4×4"

  1. MARCUS says:

    I own a 07 honda 420 rancher 4×4 manuel shift I have not had any problems until about a month ago when riding and the machine locked up in 4th gear going about 25 mpr causing bad facial injuries that has required 2 surgeries so far, have some friends who has experienced transmission problems. Has anyone had any of these problems please reply

  2. Tyler says:

    Bought a new winch for my 07 rancher any feed back on the Viper winches listed on E-bay? I got there classic 3000lb winch but I fought with it for three hours to get it mounted in there. And its still sitting in the box any recomendations on what type and size I should put in that little hole up front??
    What a good little bike I have not had any problems with it as of yet.

  3. James says:

    Got my 2008 trx420 FM 1 month ago. I have about 25 hours on it. It is definently a let down from previous hondas I have owned:

    1) Shifts hard when cold
    2) Gear changes are very clunky, especially 4 and 5
    3) Getting it into and out of reverse requires an abusive amount of force in my opinion
    4) Front end whines when cruising
    5) I have heard the rear end clunk a few times
    6) The turning radius is huge, front end pushes
    7) The paint came off my wheels like peeling sunburn
    8) It requires very skillful throttle blips to downshift smoothly.
    9) It gets hot and needs the fan when putting in 2nd
    10) It is sort of a gas guzzler

    I SHOULD NOT BE ABLE TO FIND 10 FAULTS WITH SOMETHING I JUST SPENT $5300 ON, AND IS SUPPOSED TO BE “THE BEST ON EARTH:”

  4. James says:

    the clunky and hard shifting gets better with some clutch adjustment.

  5. Graeme says:

    UPDATE

    New Dealer gave up in the end, tried his best but in the end these bikes are lemons, and advised “Blue wing Honda”- (new zealand) of his lack of findings.
    I had a desisgn engineer look at it and monitor bearing tempertures under normal low to moderate speed conditions on sand, the results were a shock! suggest you folks with troubles grab an infra red thermonitor and check temps within seconds! of stopping as hot spot heat bleeds into oil very quick.
    So i demanded money back yet again from original dealer, as unfit for purpose ……….. this time they paid up, in full !

    Funny how that turkey is no longer sold here, its been replaced with a independent rear end model.

    Bought a Polaris x2 700 efi, cost me Just $300nz extra over refund, still laughing, even seems to use less gas and tops out at over 70MPH, add in the hill desent control, unlocking back diff and the extra CC ther simply is no comparison.

    Ps vinson used 50per cent more gas than honda at same time with similar riding.

  6. Adam James says:

    I picked out a 2007 Rancher (420 ES) a few months ago for my father in law. It’s a good little machine overall. I ride a nicely equipped 06 TRX 450. So it’s hard to get on something like a Rancher and be impressed with the actual performance.

    Running it wide open is a joke. It is far from fast and IMO was not built to be run that way. What the machine does excel at is what my TRX 450 does not. It’s a great work machine. I’ll strap a chainsaw (in case) on the front and take it out for half the day in the woods. It takes me anywhere I need to go. The machine has never broken down, acted up or let me down. It goes through and over just about anything. I haven’t gotten it into a mud pit or anything sketchy that’s over 2′ deep and probably never will. But for bombing around the camp and going off trail it’s a lot of fun.

    As far as back firing it’ll give you a few gun shots out the exhaust if you’re running it hard and then coast down a hill with no throttle. IMO that’s quite normal. If you put an engine under load @ WOT it’ll be dishing out a 100% fuel spray from the injector. When you immediately let off and then coast down hill the machine is no longer under load, but the R’s are still up because of the downhill momentum. That creates excess fuel which ignites up in the header pipe, thus the backfire. An occasional blip or feather of the throttle and it’s fine.

    Believe me it’s far less obnoxious then my TRX 450.

    The only thing I plan on doing is trading in the 07 down the road for a newer model with the power steering. If you get into a rut you’ll know it. The bars will definitely give you a good arm wrestling match.

    Other then that it’s a good machine and for the money and reliability it won’t disappoint.

    If however you’re looking for something with a lot of torque, size and is able to take some heavy abuse then you need to look at the Foreman, Foreman Rubicon or something along those lines.

    For it’s size though it’s a good, hard working and fun machine to ride.

  7. jamison Whittington says:

    I had my 07 420 for about 2 years i like it but when you are in 4×4 it will crash you when you come out of the gas if you are going fast or on pavement . I have hade it under water and the air box filled with water and it was still runing there was about 4 inches of water in it. it go’s good but it does not go as good as the 350 rancher but it is fun to ride. me and my frinend both have 420 Ranchers mine is a 2007 and his is a 2008 and the 2007 is faster and you can do good wheeles on them. there like a tank i put a front and back push bar on mine and that helps them. you can do prety good hill climbs with them but mine does get hot and back fire some times and steams .

  8. Darcy says:

    Had hondas a few years ago, (last one was a 01 450 manual). Since, bought a 04 Cat 650 twin (lasted a month – couldn’t keep a belt on it), then a 05 Cat 500 manual (great mud and work machine), then a 06 Outlander 800, then a 07 renegade 800, just bought a 09 420 with independent. Haven’t picked it up yet, but was tired of problems with the big bore machines. Hopefully the problems listed here have been fixed, or will be minor in comparison to the thousands of dollars in repairs I spent on the cat 650 and 800 Can-ams. I know it won’t have the 60+ HP, but maybe I won’t have the anxiety attack every time I start this one. Will keep you updated. And yes – all my buddies are making fun of me for buying a girl’s quad.

  9. jamison whittington says:

    i can’t out run my budy now because he put a power commnder on his 420 rancher it real helps them out

  10. Chris Willis says:

    I purchased a 2007 Rancher last week, the bike has about 3 hours on it. I have noticed while cruising in 5th gear (mid-range RPM, constant throttle) I can hear a very noticible clanking noise coming from the engine/tranny area. Since this seems to be limited to 5th gear only, I suspect it is a tranny problem. At first I thought thought it might have been a detonation issue because it was about 89 degrees outside so I let the bike cool for a couple of hours and she it make the same noise. I will be taking to the dealer and let them check it out.

    I will post an update once I get it back from the dealer.

  11. Nicky Weaver says:

    I have an 08 420 and I too have experienced the backfire. It has happened about 5 times over the past year. I doesnt worry me though. Other than that I havent had any issues with it. I installed the HMF and optimizer about a week ago and I can feel the difference in power, plus it sounds great. 14″ ITPs on 27″ Swamplites. Is anyone else running the 14/27 on their 420s? Have they caused any problems? Just curious.

  12. Kris James says:

    i have a 2008 rancher 420 and have had no problems at all. i ride vary hard and take it most places you would’nt even take a horse. i also installed a winch. It was kinda complicated cause of not much room to put one but i have never had to use it to unstuck myself just others. i also purchased an automotive fog light kit from the local parts store for about $30.00 and installed them on the rear of my wheelr as reverse lights and they work great. its pretty handy to be able to see behind when backing since most wheelrs dont come from the factory with this option. they also work great as work lights and most light kits you can get are usually brighter than the stock head lights . Of course thank you to Honda for building a great, well rounded machine.

  13. Joe says:

    Sucks For you Guys But i bought an 08 Rancher THIS THING IS A BEAST 4×4 420cc Manuel Shift its Unbeatable At the Price And Its Beat my Friends 250 Cc Dirt Bike in the Half mile It Runnin Stock Rims/Tires But it Can lightem up on the Road

  14. troy says:

    I have a 420 honda 2008 it back fires so do most hondas 350 did it to but 420 is quiet bad Im from NZ and 95 unlead is the highest feul grade can get here which makes it worst i think?
    On steep country to ligth when towing a trailer breaks in to skid easy not stable on steep sidlings in NZ we use atvs mainly for farming we expect alot from these bikes the 420 to me is fro flat farm ligth work im going to buy a honda 500.indenpenant ssuspention is better too

  15. john conway says:

    i have a2007 500 with mud lites and its very hard to get stuck.I have a friend with a 2006 foot shift honda that runs great.he runs it very hard constantly droping it in gear at high rpms.Hondas will probably never be the most powerfull thats a can ams job but most are very hard to break.Mine has push button shifting and we sometimes have trouble with that in the winters.The 500 has plenty of power ive held a 700 yamaha back before he did have stock tire though.

  16. mike says:

    I bought 3 of the 420 es. 1 has 26 inch mud lites,1 with 27 inch Zillas and 1 stock> I have had no problems with any of them and we do alot of mudding in East Texas (River Run, Mud Creek). Great ATV’s. Plenty of power with the 27′s.

  17. tyler says:

    I have had my trx420tm for 8months it held up to every thing i can put it through and avery thing is still stock sunk it in 4ft mud an the only thing wrong with it is the transmission it bad ***.

  18. JUSTIN says:

    i am the service manager at the honda shop here and i have formed my opinion of hondas new 420. it is the biggest piece of junk they have ever made. every thing from installing skidplates that dont fit to transmissions that lock up with less than 1500 km on them. in my opinion they should take back most of them and melt them down for pop bottles and beer cans

  19. Wesley says:

    Me and my dad just got an 09 420 rancher with independent rear suspension and auto or ESP shifting so far ten stars love the independent suspension and loads of power.

    was vary grate full for all the advice on all the problems like shifting into 2nd or 3rd down hill to help stop the back firing also if its in auto it puts it in 2nd or 3rd down hill.

    all the gas in Oregon has ethanol in it so just going to have to deal with that. if it starts to back fire I’ll try changing out the spark plug with a more high end model.

    there were so many negative feed back wanted to give a more positive spin on it the Honda 420 rancher is a grate machine just so long as you stick with the more recent ones. ;) they worked out the kinks and it just runs grate.

  20. Wesley says:

    Me and my dad just got an 09 420 rancher with independent rear suspension and auto or ESP shifting so far ten stars love the independent suspension and loads of power.

    was vary grate full for all the advice on all the problems like shifting into 2nd or 3rd down hill to help stop the back firing also if its in auto it puts it in 2nd or 3rd down hill.

    all the gas in Oregon has ethanol in it so just going to have to deal with that. if it starts to back fire I’ll try changing out the spark plug with a more high end model.

    there were so many negative feed back wanted to give a more positive spin on it the Honda 420 rancher is a grate machine just so long as you stick with the more recent ones. ;) they worked out the kinks and it just runs grate thanks.

  21. Wade says:

    I bought an 08 Honda Rancher. There is no other atv that is as reliable as a Rancher. I can not tear this atv up. Mud, Rocks, Logs, Water, Towing, Pulling, Winching, and Wheelies. This ATV has the strong built suspension to take the beating from those rocky mountain trails. And the power to keep my 27 in. tires moving through those deep mud pits. Honda really went out and made the Rancher by far the best bang for the buck. A rock solid, minimal mantiance ATV for under 5000. You can’t beat it. I love my Rancher and wouldn’t trade it for any other atv.

  22. raymond green says:

    bought 2004 rancher 350 4×4 ran real good no problems to speak of. sold it and bought a 2007 420 es. fi. big mistake, back firesreal bad very unnerving. dealer ship didnt do anything. it would start missing so bad i could hardly get it back to camp.very scary when you are 10 to 50 miles away from camp, and by your shelf. im 68 years old i need something reliable. hope i never wasted my money.

  23. ray says:

    I bought an 07 420 camo, love the camo, I’ve had it two years now with no problems at all [none]. Before the 420 I had the 03 rancher 350, Beat the sh-t out of it with no problems [none] are you starting to see the patern here. You can’t beat a honda. My non-honda riding friends {Grizzly} 700 my go a little faster but they can’t leave me or go in tight wooded area’s, what a beast, howd you like that thing on top of you, No thanks Honda………

  24. Richard says:

    Love the 420 es, lots of power, never back fires(but I use premium gas) it is hard on gas but I am hard on throttle, still have the 24″ tires but will go bigger in the spring, so far the bike works great 700 miles would recommend one to anyone…..

  25. BENNY says:

    I BOUGHT MY 420 BRAND NEW IN FEB. OF 08 FROM MY LOCAL DEALER AFTER THE FIRST TANK OF GAS IT STARTED BACKFIRING MY DEALER ASKED ME WHAT GRAD OF FUEL I WAS RUNNING THE MANUAL SAYS 87 OR GRATER BUT THE DEALER SAD TO RUN 89 OR BETTER THAT FIXED THE PROBLEM TILL NOW I HAD TO CLEAN THE PLUG AND NOW IT’S FINE BUT THE AIR BOX LID LEAKS AROUND THE SIDE AND THE FRONT DIFF. SEAL STARTED LEAKING. THE BIKE HAS NEVER BEEN DROWNED OR RODE A LOT AND IT SMOKES A LITTLE NOW I’M STARTING TO THINK THAT THE 420 IS JUNK WE’LL SEE AS THE YEARS PASS

  26. Jared says:

    I’ve had my 420 since May of 2009. Camo 4 wheel drive haven’t had any major problems. When i first got it i could hear some popping of some sort from rear end but it quit. I have 26 inch Mud-Lites an it turns then great. I’ve had it over handle bars without snorkle in water an it didnt cut off. Over all great four wheeler just needs some little improvements.

  27. HONDA says:

    GOT A 05 350RANCHER ES RUNs GREAT DIDNT LIKE WHEN I SHIFT SOMETIMES THEW FIRST & SECOND THE SHIFT NUMBER WOULD BLINK LEAVING ME STRANDED,BUT GOT IT FIX RUNs LIKE A CHAMP!!!

  28. taylor says:

    i have an 08 hond RANCHER 420 WITH ABOUT 3000 MILES ON IT MUD RIDDING HARD MILE AND THE FRONT BEARINGS HAVE GONE OUT ABOUT FOUR TIMES ANY SUGGESTIONS AND I HAVE NEVER HEARD MINE BACKFIRE ONCE SINCE I HAD IT.

  29. Long Nguyen says:

    Honda ATVs generally are good and reliable. Howerver, Honda has a lot of improvements to do about their Hondamatic-ES units. These units have so much problems with the transmission that do not make Honda good and reliable.

  30. Brandon says:

    this fourwheeler to me has ben one of the best fourwheelers i have ever had. I got mine about a year ago from the honda dealer ship it only had one mile on it. ill admit i have put some miles and hours on it now but i have a problem that someone else on here had. The 3rd and 4th gear in mine are gone stripped out. first it started in 4th then just the other day 3rd went out now not just that it grinds in N 1and 2 then when you get to 5 everything is good it has plenty of top end and plenty of pulling power i agree but i just think they should make the gears be able to with stand the torce that they are putting to them.. i no it may have a few bugs in it here and there but over all i think that it is a great four wheeler and it bein fuel injection has ben no problem for me i like it but there is one more thing and im not sure what it could be but for some reason the other day after i had washed it i went inside to get some drying towels well when i had come out side i herd some noises so i walked over to it and it was the starter coming on and off but ever sence then it hasnt dont it but maybe once or twice well fill free to comment about it thanks

  31. Jared Smith says:

    I had just bought HMF unility pipe and Power commander about a week ago and i was outside changing oil before i took it to a local four wheeler shop to put everything on when i realized i had to oil. This is not a good sign when a four wheeler had done burn that much oil within a years time. It’s not buring the oil it’s just a leak but its not my oil plug. The local shop said it doesnt look bad just a screw or something might be loose.Which is a good thing.

  32. Wayne says:

    I bought my 07 420es used in December 08, it only had 30 hrs on it. I was really skeptical about buying a fuel injected es but the price I got it for was a steal. It was a lot faster than any rancher I have ever ridden. Since I bought it Ive built a snorkel, added 27″ outlaws an audio tube and a headlight flasher. After 500 hrs of serious mud, water and trail riding I finally broke something. Ive replaced the seals and bearings in my rear axle and replaced the cylinder rings. Yes I used to have a backfire too, didnt have a problem with it personally, I thought it was funny to watch people jump from the sound on the trail but since ive started running 93 octane to boost the power a little and keep the engine a little cleaner it doesnt do it. You cant kill a honda, You only wound them.

  33. Cody says:

    I have a 2008 honda 420 rancher with the electric shift. I have had several problems with it not wanting to shift or getting stuck in gear. I have replaced the angle sensor and the control motor on the front crankcase. I am still having problems with it if anyone knows anything about this or anything please let me know.

  34. KC says:

    I love my 2007 honda rancher 420 4×4 and of course the natural camo. best wheeler i have ridden. i would pay 10 grand for it over a yamaha any day. HONDA BABY!!!

  35. Jamie Cronkhite says:

    Presently I have two Honda atv’s. A 2003 450ES and a 2001 350ES. Both are stock. I live in the north central plains area of western Canada. I have quaded (atv) for 10 years in norther Alberta, Saskatchewan and the Eastern Slopes of the Rockies. If you would like to see some of the places I have been drop a line.
    I have a interisting issue with my 350 rancher though. It will not idle for very long. I can put several miles on and pull over to clear a trail and for instance And suddenly the 350 will stop. As if some one shut off the ignition. It has done this since day one. I have tried all the typical fixes but have not resolved the issue. I’m begining to think the carb is too large for the 330 engine and it looses vacumn on the idle circut of the carb. I welcome your thoughts. Also I have transfered the rims and tires from my 450 to my 350 and had very good results.

  36. Derek says:

    08-420
    I have a starter problem.
    It clicks at the rear of the machine and wont start.
    Battery load test fine> Any ideas

  37. Ivan says:

    I have a 07 420 got the manual shift (of course) less to go wrong if you play in the snow and water. I have heard alot about backfiring and such. Mine never has backfired, rattled, used oil, or had any noises. I couldn’t be any more pleased. But I change oil often and only burn high grade gas. got to take care of them.

  38. Piter says:

    My YFZ’s rear brake line got caught somewhere while trail riding yesterday and the line broke off right at the rear connector. So, please suggest me a proper solution for this.

  39. Matt says:

    Ive just picked up on 09 TRX 420 (Which is the Canadian equivalent). Have previously ridden Polaris Sportsman’s, and this thing blows them out of the water. What inspired me to get it was the purchase of a Honda Lawnmower. After leaving the mower in the cold all winter and not changing the gas or oil this spring the thing amazingly started up after about 3 pulls.

  40. Rick says:

    I HAD PURCHASED MY ’07 RANCHER 4X4 BRAND NEW. SINCE THEN I HAD BEAT ON IT AND ABUSED IT EVERYTIME I RIDE, ON AND OFF ROAD. I HAVE NEVER HAD A NY PROBLEM WITH IT, ACCEPT ONLY WHEN I TRIED TO CONVERT IT INTO A SUBMARINE (SUBMERGING IT UNDERWATER). OTHER THEN THAT, IT NEVER LEFT ME STRANDED. I RECOMMEND IT TO ANYONE WHO IS LOOKING TO PURCHASE A DEPENDABLE / TOUGH MACHINE.

  41. Mel Burbage says:

    This is my 3rd rancher ES I have the 2007 420 4×4 ES EFI and it has been fairly flawless until 7/3/2010 I have had a few problems with my other 2 ES units with the shift system but this one is gonna be costly. I was riding back from the mail box with my 8 yr old son on board and shifted fron 2nd to 3rd and after a few feet it lost power and there was a loud snap! and the back wheels locked up. i am glad I had it in 2 wheel drive. I will keep you all posted on the outcome of my future costly repairs.

  42. george says:

    2003 honda foreman s made a loud snap after try n to start it. had to pull start it and after wards i couldn’t get the four wheel drive to engage or the fan to come on to cool down the oil. got any suggestions.

  43. Frank says:

    I own a 07 honda 420 fourtrax manuel foot shift and i have about 9000 miles on it i dont really have any problems only problem is it overheats alot on hot days and when im going down hill fullout it kinda back fires but not to worried might be time to change the spark plug 420 is one of the best atv that honda made after rubicon 500 i like my 420 it has power and speed period

  44. darren says:

    my brother and i both have 08 420 ranchers. mine is 4×4 but his isnt. the other day while riding his backfired and shut down and now its not firing. i have been messing with it for about two days and cant figure it out. i have tried new plugs the coil and the computer all has fire to it just when you put a plug in it wont pulsate. just wandering if anyone has ever experienced this? other than this problem i have never had any problems with mine, i run 12″ ss wheels on mine with 27″ mudzillas and i promise it will go wherever u want it to. very satisfied for the money.

  45. Kevin says:

    I have a 2010 rancher 420 manual shift I bought new ‘still in the crate’ four months ago. I have since installed a 2 inch lift, snorkel, and 27 inch outlaws. I have put about 200 miles on it so far. Seems to have plenty of power on ‘flat’ ground, but not as much in a mud hole. My friend has an 06 foreman 500 with the same lift and 29.5 outlaws. I can smoke him on dirt, pavement, etc, yet in a hole, he eats my lunch. Seems to need a little more power when it comes down to the nitty gritty. But overall it seems to be pretty good. I have seen where people have complained about fuel and backfires, but this bike is doing really well. I can get two rides out of my bike where my foreman friend can get only one, and so far no back fire. Overall seems to be a great bike for the money, but could use a little more grunt in the mud holes. The biggest complaint I have is it seems to take a city block to turn it around. It feels like its pushing the front end. I have to do a ‘three point’ to turn it when my buddys run circles around me.

  46. Charlie says:

    07 420 bought it new. Don t know why folks are saying drinks fuel. I run all day on the trails on a tank of fuel , and never carry extra. Only trail ride it. No mudding, It has been a very good bike til this week. Just got back from a Co trip. Got back to lousiana. And won t start. Sounds like a knock in the engine. Bike ran great with no issues the entire trip. I use only Gas , I do not purchase anything that has ethinol in it. 1000 plus hours. Got my money s worth out of it. I’ve been wanting a CANAM anyway

  47. Morgan says:

    I have a 07 Honda Rancher 420es. I noticed when I’m in low RPM when shifting gears there seems like a noise coming from the rear end or transmisson. Loose type noise. Ive seen these comments about this topic a few times. What could this be? What other things should I check for on the rancher? I just replaced the angle sensor, motor

  48. Morgan says:

    One other prob I had last week was it just stalled one day while driving and it started back up no prob but missing like crazy when I try moving. I shut it off for a few mins and it was fine then started it again once it got warm again. It hardly moves when this happens. Seems like when it cools down its fine. What should I check? Hasnt done it everytime but would like to figure it out. Thanks

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