Question about 2004 Suzuki GSF 1200 Bandit S
If the bazzz7071's solution doesn't work, here you go:
Check if the slave cylinder's cover (part No.35 on this schematic: Clutch schematic Suzuki Gsf1200 Bandit 2001 2005 usa) is deformed and worn dye to contact with the drive chain.
If yes, then buy a new (and longer) push rod from DL100 Vstrom (part No.21 here: Clutch schematic Suzuki Dl1000 usa) and cut it so as to be 8mm longer than your original one. I had the same problem and my mechanic did that for me, after having inspected everything else. There's still a little mystery about the cause, but everything's working fine now.
Posted on Jan 27, 2014
Check your master cylinder fluid level you have air in the line, you need to bleed out the air bubbles.
remove the master cylinder cap make sure yo uhave enough brake fluid pump the lever watch for fine bubbles keep doing it until you feel the resistance build up and the air bubbles are gone ad fluid to proper level replace the cap.
Posted on May 11, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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