Question about Motorcycles
Still runs great never sliped never smelt burnt just stopped engaging hopping to find out what im getting into before i open it up please help thanks
Posted by Anonymous on
No idea what type of bike you have however, is the clutch lever pulling the cable against any tension, if no, it may just be the cable. Follow cable to engine and see if it actuates the clutch actuating arm or spindle. If lever operates okay and actuates clutch actuating arm, returning when released, your problem lies within. Warm engine and drain oil, remove clutch cover (careful of gasket and dowels) and inspect function of actuating arm against clutch thrust rod. If this is okay, your clutch basket may be undone on the spline, or the idler cog that drives the clutch basket is faulty.
More info on model required for any further diagnosis.
Posted on May 15, 2010
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