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Bike moved forward even when cluch handle was pulled in

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Check and adjust the clutch cable as they do stretch
check that the correct oil is used in the gear box/clutch section as the incorrect oil will cause the clutch plates to stick on the pressure plate sections.

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SOURCE: bike moves forward in first gear w/ clutch pulled

when things get hot the expand, so you need to adjust the clutch about a turn more so the clutch releases a little more, to do this there is an adjustment in the clutch cable.

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SOURCE: 76 flh cluch dont move

Check to see if the clutch cable is broken. Watch the long clutch release lever under the oil tank as you squeeze the clutch lever. If it doesn't move when you squeeze the lever, your cable is broken. If it does, you've got problems with the release mechanism inside the right side of your transmission most likely.

Steve

Posted on Sep 05, 2011

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