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1995 Suzuki Intruder 800. Master Clutch Cylinder wont Pump Fluid. Fluid Bled out fine but wont pump back in. Teh Lil piston in teh cylinder is fine.

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SOURCE: battery location for a 2004 suzuki intruder 800

Hi ...... Find where the battery is, under the seat or behind a side panel. Disconnect the black (negative lead usually with a 10mm spanner then disconect the red (positive) lead. The battery will be held in place with a 'rubber' strap or a bracket and depending on type of battery there may be a vent hose from the battery to the lower half of the bike, this just pulls off and remains in place until you replace the battery. Installation is reverse except you connect red (positive) first.
Let us know how you get on.

Posted on Jan 20, 2009

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SOURCE: Exhaust Pipes on 1995 Suzuki Intruder VS

Hi Lcyr. 
Any changes you make to the exhaust system will alter the sound the bike produces. The more you cut baffles,and open up the exhaust, the louder it will get.  What you do alter to a greater extent,is the state of tune of the motorcycle. Any changes to exhaust or inlet plumbing will require a retune of the engine to suit the modifications. This can be subtle to dramatic. Opening up exhausts can often rob low end power where exhaust port scavaging is relient on some back pressure for maximum effect.
 Best to work directly with an engine tuner to do the mods that are known you can get away with, or buy aftermarket prebuilt pipes that have a known previously tested state of tune. Nothing worse than doing something, that then costs money to put back the way it was on finding out it didnt work as well as was hoped.. Hope this has helped you steer your custom mods a little.  I can say with certainty, that I have ventured to do what you are doing many times in the past, and it has always cost me more money in tuning and... and well more parts :)  Cheers
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Posted on Jan 20, 2009

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SOURCE: 94 suzuki 800 intruder. clutch splips in

No adjusting is possible.
Slip can be caused by several defaults:
- Wrong engine oil ( SAE 10w-40 API SE or SF only )
- Weak clutch springs ( free spring length : 34mm ( 1.34in ) MINIMUM
- Worn clutch disk 2(internal teeths ) ( wear limit 3.15mm ( 0.124in ) ) This is the last disk, against the clutch center
- Worn clutch disks 1 (internal teeths) ( wear limit 2.62mm ( 0.103in ) )
- Clutch plates ( thikcness between 1.55 and 1.65mm / 0.0610 and 0.0649 inches
- Damaged pressure plate ( cracks round the spring holes )

To check the clutch parts, the right engine cover must be removed.
Take attention while loosening the clutch spring bolts!
Drain engine oil, and set engine into first gear ( this locks the clutch for an easy loosening of the spring bolts )

Hope it helps

Posted on Apr 02, 2009

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SOURCE: battery removel for a 2004 suzuki 800 intruder

I know for the models till 2002 where the battery is located in front of the rear wheel.

Place the bike on her side stand
remove the negative battery lead at the left side, just below the transmission tube ( cone ) 10mm socket wrench
On the right side remove the security cap on the positive lead ( cross screwdriver ), then remove the positive lead.
The battery is hold in place with a 'floor plate'. remove both bolts of the floorplate ( on each side ) while holding the palte into place.
gently lower the plate and the battery.

I hope the 2004 model has the same assembly!

Posted on Apr 02, 2009

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SOURCE: correct tire pressure for suzuki intruder

front tire 29 psi back tire 36 psi

Posted on May 02, 2009

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The clutch needs to be bled. Add brake fluid to the clutch master cylinder on the handlebar by removing the top cap and diaphragm. Put the cap, etc back in place and tighten the mount screws a bit. Tighten the hose fittings at both ends. Where the hose ends at the transmission is a bleeder bolt. Pump the clutch handle three or four times and hold it in. Now loosen the bleeder bolt and fluid and air will squirt out of the bleeder. Close the bleeder bolt and then release the clutch handle. Repeat this process until only fluid comes from the bleeder. Please rate my answer. Thanks. tombones49_251.gif

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If your clutch will not engage when the piston is pushed in fully, you probably have air in the slave, the line , or the master cylinder. Place a piece of plastic and an old towel over the bike to catch any drips. Remove the top master cylinder cover and take an old, clean, lint free, cotton sock and gently soak up all the old brake fluid in the master reservoir. Place the sock into a used zip lock bag and discard. DO NOT touch the clutch/brake lever or you will draw air onto the system. Now fill the reservoir with DOT 3/4 brake fluid and bleed the slave cylinder. Warning: be careful not to spill DOT Brake fluid on your paint or plastic. Place a tube on the bleeder screw (slave cylinder) and loosen the bleeder screw. now pump the lever to push the air out of the system. Hint: if you do not have pressure in the master, loosen the brake hose banjo bolt enough to burp the air out of the master(2 or 3 pumps of the lever). Retighten the banjo bolt and bleed the rest of the system.
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Old dirty fluid may still be caught in the seals of the piston or may have damaged them.
This will stop the piston from returning all the way and engaging the do not start if not in neutral or stand not up, If clutch is pulled in it will bypass these safety stops until released.

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I have a 1996 suzuki Intruder 800. The clutch has to be bled frequently. It often sits for long periods of time, several weeks. Is this indicative of a leaking slave cylinder? How can I diagnose this?


Hello,

It sounds to me like you have air getting into the clutch system. Check to make sure all your fasteners are tight and that there is not a bad gasket in the reservoir or slave cylinder.

When bleeding the clutch system, make sure to put a loop in the drain tube above the bleeder valve to prevent air from getting back into the clutch system.

By the way, if your slave cylinder were leaking, you would notice the leak. Take a white paper towel and run along bottom of the slave cylinder area. If it's leaking bad enough to empty the hydraulic fluid (DOT 4) from the clutch reservoir, then it would get air into the clutch system.

Hope this helps. If you find this information useful, please vote on this post. Thank You.

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I have lost my clutch on my 82 magna . I replaced the seals in the slave cylinder and replaced the complete piston system in the master cylinder. still no pressure resistance in the handle. I've bled...


Loosen the bolt going into the master cylinder just enough to allow brake fluid to come out when you pump the lever. Retighten the master cylinder bolt. Once you have the master cylinder bled the rest of the system will be easy.

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Likely the clutch master cylinder on the handlebar needs rebuilding--a check valve or piston cup is bypassing fluid when pressure tries to build up. If it was the slave cylinder, it would probably be leaking fluid. Same with the coupling hose.

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You may have a blocked clutch hose or a restricted outlet/leaking piston valve in the master cylinder. Remove the hose entirely and blow through it with compressed air. Good air flow means good hose. Now try the master cylinder (clutch lever), you should get a good flow of fluid with one press. If it barely releases anything, tear the cylinder down and check the outlet area and piston valving. It may need a rebuild kit or just replace the cylinder. Once you get the cylinder working, put the hose back and new fluid in the cylinder. work the lever a number of times, then bleed the system.






























































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