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Yamaha tdr125 clutch lever return spring

The clutch lever/cable return spring on the left crankcase has snapped and needs replacing. Is it just a case of releasing the cable from the arm and raising the acuator rod out and fitting new spring, tension it and refit cable. Thanks for any help

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  • Strech
    Strech Jan 04, 2014

    Hi Terry , I want to help you with your problem, but I need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box?

    What model year is it?

  • Terry
    Terry Jan 04, 2014

    Hi Strech,

  • Terry
    Terry Jan 04, 2014

    It's a 1991 with a 3XE engine

  • Terry
    Terry Jan 04, 2014

    It's full name is TDR125 Lightburner as it's the Italian Belgarda model, I believe the same engine is used in the TZR and DTR with different carbs, barrels etc..

  • Terry
    Terry Jan 04, 2014

    I have only just imported it from Switzerland and am giving it a tidy up and once over before venturing out on it.

  • Terry
    Terry Jan 04, 2014

    The clutch seemed to operate fine when I did have a run on it but I just noticed that the lever return spring is loose as one end has snapped and lost it's curled piece.

  • Terry
    Terry Jan 04, 2014

    Going to get some shut eye now as it's just after 3 am .... Any help appreciated.

  • Strech
    Strech Jan 04, 2014

    You STILL didn't give what YEAR it is, as parts change depending on year of the same models!

  • Terry
    Terry Jan 04, 2014

    I did say on my 2 comment to you,

  • Terry
    Terry Jan 04, 2014

    Add a Comment It's a 1991

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If the lever cant be removed from the external clutch shaft then i doubt you will replace the spring unless you remove the sidecasing !

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SOURCE: hi i have a yamaha

It sits in the cutout
unhook the clutch cable and turn the arm back to hook up the spring, then refit the cable

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Here is the service manual for the 2006 Suzuki DRZ400S:
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Do you have to drop the motor for this issue? I am kind of having the same issue with my 05 R6. Mine isnt limp but in order to up shift i have to press the lever down about an inch in order to shift up again or it wont shift at all. While down shifting it feels like i have to press a lil bit harder like its all tight down there. Any help on that would be much appreciated.

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