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I am having shifter problems.  The gears are grinding and now it will not go into neutral.  Is it easier to adjust the cables from under the hood or under the bed?  Both are difficult to reach for an old woman.  

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Welcome to the forum!

Here is the page that shows Service Manuals for the landmasters, https://americanlandmaster.com/manuals/

On most UTV's you adjust the cables where they go to the part they move, so more than likely under the bed.

Have you checked your trans fluid level?

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Yes fluids are fine.  I think it is dirty so will try and adjust and oil cables under the bed where they connect to transmission   thanks   JS

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