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My 2005 kawasaki eliminator bna will start but when I let go of the clutch and in gear it dies immediately. II've been able to disconnect the switch that leads in and jiggle and it will run but t

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Clutch switch isn't the problem...it's more likely to be a sticking or faulty sidestand switch that's causing this.

Posted on Feb 11, 2012

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