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Place in gear and bike dies

Took the bike out for a ride (about two miles), came home, parked it in driveway. An hour later went to put in garage, pulled back on clutch placed in gear, keeps dying.

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  • shyco1 Jan 11, 2009

    My 2008 grsx - I was driving my bike with no problems then today I tried to put it in first while holding down the clutch lever and it just grinds a gear then dies like the clutch lever was never pressed.

    i put the bike in neutral and it moves fine. if i put it in first without touching the clutch lever it wont move like usual but if i press the clutch lever the bike moves but harder like clutch is half engaged.

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If your kickstand is down it will die on you.

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    Nate Stephens Jan 11, 2009

    So you hold in the clutch and its in 1st and you let the clutch out and it dies? Maybe your clutch lever needs to be adjusted? Its a 2008, i would say take it back to the dealer, its under warranty.

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