Question about Yamaha Xv 250 Virago S Motorcycles
If all cables look intact remove the clutch cover and inspect the cable to the lever inside this area. The shaft maybe seized up & by a little force by hand it should move for you. They do hang up when sitting outside in the cold. If a UV lamp is available apply the light towards the clutch cover area about 18 inches away for 6 hours. That will warm it up enough to loosen up. If it does not come loose then you have an internal problem in the clutch pack
Posted on Feb 04, 2010
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