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Clutch dose not disengage when trying to put it in gear 98 goldwing

Clutch dose not disengage when trying to put it in grar

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Is there air in the clutch line does it feel real spongy or is the clutch plates stuck together and won't release??

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SOURCE: my 1982 Honda goldwing clutch will not disengage

Try adjusting the cable slack at the back of the motor. If there is still not enough tension in the system you may have a worn cable housing and you will have to replace the cable assembly. Sometimes the lever hole (where the cables attach) and the hole where the mounting bolt for the lever wear out of round. You may find replacing the lever and the mounting bolt will also help the clutch work more smoothly.

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