Question about Yamaha WR 400 F Motorcycles
My 1998 yamaha wr400's clutch is dragging. The oil has been replaced, the basket has been replaced, the clutch cable has been replaced, and the friction plates, steels plates, and clutch springs have all been replaced.
The problem is still there. The pressure plate appears flat, and the pushrods seem straight. Any idea what it could be? It drags enough that when first started one must rev the engine when putting it in gear (with clutch lever pulled in) in order for the bike not to stall. When riding, if I come to a stop (again the clutch pulled all the way in) the bike will stall. The adjustments on the lever are adjusted so that there is the manual's recommended 2-4 mm of play before tension is felt. Maybe I am just adjusting it wrong?
I hope you guys can solve my problem so I don't have to pay a shop to!!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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