Question about Honda Motorcycles
2001 Honda rebel
Try adjusting the clutch. Sounds like it won't fully disengage when the clutch is pulled in. Adjust the cable first. Make sure there is about the thickness of a quarter between the clutch cable and the perch. If it doesn't work then try adjusting it the same down at the bottom. Make sure you fully collapse the clutch cable if doing the adjustment down below first. Then once the bottom is adjusted, re adjust the cable by the perch. If that doesn't cure your problem then you need to go into the clutch itself.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The bike thinks your kickstand is down. There is a switch that is activated when the kickstand is up, that switch may be broken or bent out of position. Either fix it or bypass it by twisting the two wires together or unplugging it and jumpering the connection and you should be going in a few minutes.
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
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