Question about Suzuki VS 1400 Intruder Motorcycles
First , there is no cable to adjust or check. Suzuki uses a hydraulic cluth release on this model. There is a tiny hole in the resevoir on the handlebar,check the condition of the brake fluid in your resevoir.If it has not been changed in a long time,2 YEARS or more,Change it and clean the muck from the bottom .Make sure the holes are clear.Flush the system with clean brake fluid down to the slave cylinder located at the lower left side of engine. What is most likely happening is every time you pull the clutch lever the slave is moving out,with the hole in the master clogged the slave cannot return, this is leaving the clutch disengaged at all times.I would suggest checking this out before pulling clutches out ,or the engine out to check shift forks. Best of luck to ya, Gixrfixr.
Posted on Aug 05, 2009
Worn out friction plates & or warped steel ones mabe the springs or the pressure plate has come loose
check thae adjustment on the cable & the clutch at the housing to see if its pulling the actuator
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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