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Bike creeps foward with the clutch held in - FLHTCUI Electra Glide Ultra Classic Harley Davidson Motorcycles

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Hi Anonymous, please be aware that this question has already been asked and answered. Thank you

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I would suggest that if you have a hydraulic clutch, the master or slave cylinder is leaking back into the system. If mechanical, check the clutch play adjustment.

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Hello and welcome to FixYa!

Looks like that the clutch itself is worn out that's why you're having a hard time. I strongly suggest that you check the clutch and have it replaced.

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SOURCE: clutch gl1000 honda creeps when put in gear hard to find nuatral sat 10yrs

Get car oil out - friction reducing properties ruin wet clutches - put bike oil in
Make sure cable is adjusted properly
Plates may get stuck together after time unused - see my tip for quickly releasing seized clutches
Ride Safe
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Posted on Jan 07, 2012

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SOURCE: CLutch gl1000 creeps

HiChange to bike oil
Unlikely to have to change the clutch
Clutch not disengaging
Make sure cable has only a couple of mm play. If unable to adjust at handlebars then adjust at clutch end
A quick & dramatic way to unseize clutches is to put front wheel up against a wall or similar, bike at 90 degrees to it, front brake on, with full riders weight on seat, in neutral hold clutch in & handlebars straight, rev her up to 3 - 4000rpm, brace your arms & dump her into 1st gear
The shock will generally free-up even a completely seized clutch
The other option is to strip & clean the clutch plates
Ride Safe
Bike-Doc

Posted on Jan 08, 2012

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Might be time for a Clutch Slave Rebuild.

Has the Bike sat for many months? Sometimes the Clutches stick together because the oil , like, suctioned them together.
You can start the bike, hold in the clutch and kick it into first gear. It may stall out a few times but usually that will free up the clutches. Careful , the bike will lunge foward as yo kick it into gear

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Clutch gl1000 honda creeps when put in gear hard to find nuatral sat 10yrs


Get car oil out - friction reducing properties ruin wet clutches - put bike oil in
Make sure cable is adjusted properly
Plates may get stuck together after time unused - see my tip for quickly releasing seized clutches
Ride Safe
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CLutch gl1000 creeps


HiChange to bike oil
Unlikely to have to change the clutch
Clutch not disengaging
Make sure cable has only a couple of mm play. If unable to adjust at handlebars then adjust at clutch end
A quick & dramatic way to unseize clutches is to put front wheel up against a wall or similar, bike at 90 degrees to it, front brake on, with full riders weight on seat, in neutral hold clutch in & handlebars straight, rev her up to 3 - 4000rpm, brace your arms & dump her into 1st gear
The shock will generally free-up even a completely seized clutch
The other option is to strip & clean the clutch plates
Ride Safe
Bike-Doc

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My 2007 s4rs is having trouble finding neutral and also first and second gear seem to send a slight bit of vibration through the bike.its not really noticable but i know the bike very well.im thinking the...


I would fix the clutch first and see if this improves things.
If it creeps this is why it wont select neutral.
The clutch basket can wear out as well as the clutch plates

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I put the bike in gear and hold the clutch in and within a couple of seconds the bike creeps forward and i have to hold the brake on to stall it.


I would suggest that if you have a hydraulic clutch, the master or slave cylinder is leaking back into the system. If mechanical, check the clutch play adjustment.

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when a bike has been sitting for a while it can caus a lot ov littel problems the ring gear in ya starter can jam up just from sitting and it wont be abel to turn your bike over if yout put your bike in gear and hold ya clutch in rock ya bike back and foward and let the clutch go when your rocking it back and foward thats all i can think ov going by the info you gave me.

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