Question about 2007 Harley Davidson FXD Dyna Superglide
Hi David, if you installed a new clutch cable they will stretch initially, for more information about your question please visit the websites below. Good luck and have nice day.
How To Properly Adjust The Clutch Clutch Cable Harley Davidson
Posted on Jun 26, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
To replace the cable, you are going to have to remove the cover on the end of the right side of the transmission. Just follow the cable and see where it goes into transmission. You may have to remove exhaust pipes to do this. The threaded cable end screws into this cover. If the handlebars are the stock type bars, simply replace with a stock cable. If the bars have been changed, you'll have to match the overall cable length to get the right cable.
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
Clutch pull effort is usually alleviated by lubricating the entire cable, adjusting the clutch won't make make the clutch handle any easier to pull, usually. Adjusting the clutch is a semi-delicate procedure that I can not cover in this venue.
Posted on Jun 09, 2010
I'm not sure what you mean by "engage the clutch". When some people say this, it means the clutch won't disengage the engine from the transmission. Others say it and it means that the clutch will not engage the engine and transmission and make the bike move. It's the same way with the term "backfire". To some that's a pop from the exhaust, to others is a spit back out fo the carburetor.
Now, if you took the handlebars off, you should have only has to move the cable adjuster in the middle of the cable. If you did not change any adjustment at the primary, you should only have to the adjuster in the middle of the cable to worry about. Make sure that the cable housing is seated in the adjusters like it should be. It they are out of the adjusters, it would may your clutch stay in the "pulled in " position and the clutch will not engage the engine and transmission.
Now, when you pull the clutch lever in,you should feel the resistance of the clutch. If not, the there is the possibility that the cable came disconnected in the primary case. This is rare but I have seen it happen before. To fix it, remove the outside derby cover and you should be able to reconnect the cable with the clutch release mechanism in the primary. If you need a drawing of this area, contact me directly at email@example.com.
Posted on Apr 10, 2011
While having the manual helps us help you, I just want t oask a few things first.
1. Did you replace just the clutch?
2. If not, did you replace the throwout bearing?
3. Is the clutch hard, soft, or non responsive?
Let me know and I'll see what more i can provide you with. Cheers!
Posted on Jun 27, 2011
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