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125cc Kawasaki dirt bike, cranks on first kick, idles but won't run in any gear, doesn't die out but doesn't seem to engage gear, possible problems?


Does it jerk forward when you put it into gear and die? Or you put it into gear and the bike doesn't move when you let the clutch out? Badly adjusted clutch in both cases. Worst case, you need new clutch plates and springs.

Mar 25, 2017 | kawasaki Motorcycles

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Is the clutch the problem? My 1993 gmc pickup with the engine running I can shift to any gear without engaging the clutch ?it does not grind or try to move.


Sounds as if the clutch is no good or is engaged constantly. Possible clutch worn out or throwout bearing is seized on input shaft

Mar 25, 2016 | 1993 GMC Sierra K1500

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Clutch pedal wont move why?


Hi Joseph:
For the clutch pedal to move, the clutch has to dis-engage. I don't know what vehicle you're playing with, but if it's been sitting a long time it's possible that the clutch plate is stuck (rusted?) to the flywheel. Check out the linkage from the pedal through to the clutch. There may be grease fittings in hidden places, and the linkage may be seized with rust.
Last resort is to remove the cover from the bottom of the bell housing to get access to the clutch plate. You can either remove the clutch plate, or try (GENTLY) to pry the clutch plate away from the flywheel. Once unstuck, it should function.
WORK SAFE!

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What causes the air conditioner unit to screech


the compressor is seized.
key off.
a/c belt off.
apply power 12vdc to the clutch, the clutch is not enabled.
then buy hand, again engine off. turn the a/c pulley buy
hand, i bet you cant, and is called Seized.
this method works for all parts, on all belts that might seize.
(only a/c needs the clutch active to feel it)
it is possible the clutch bearing is siezed.
that can be fell with not applying 12vdc it s coil.

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Ac clutch won't engage on a 1999 dodge grand caravan automatic


Tap the clutch with a hammer lightly while a/c is on full blast. If it still doesnt engage its time for a new one. Future reference in the winter keep your heat on defrost some of the time, it activates your clutch in the A/C compressor so the bearings wont seize when you go to turn it on, on a hot day.

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Clutch won't disengage on my Riding Mower


WITH THE ENGINE TURNED OFF, open the hood and watch the engagement cable. engage mower lever and then disengage the switch sounds happy, possibly the cable is starting to seize up

Apr 19, 2014 | Husqvarna Garden

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Dt175 clutch not engaging 2005


clutch is worn , or seized

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2001 yamaha yz 125 motor seized


If the clutch drags you need to check the plates and the worse thing to do when a bike wont crank is to pop start it you just do more damage and defiantly only use the right oil

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1997 pyzar 1.5 ac full of gas but ac wont work


CHECK AC COMPRESSOR CLUTCH SHOULD BE ENGAGED OR RUNNING WITH AC SWITCH ON POSITION.IF NOT CHECK AC COMPRESSOR CLUTCH FUSE AND RELAY.IF BOTH GOOD AND POWER IS GOING TO AC CLUTCH.YOUR CLUTCH IS OPEN.IF ALL LOOKS GOOD YOUR AC LOW PRESSURE SWITCH IS BAD.COMPRESSOR SEIZED OR YOU HAVE TOO MUCH MOISTURE IN AC SYSTEM.

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