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My 08 crf250r has a clutch problem the clutch wont disengage the transmission if you pull in the clutch

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the clutch disks are stuck together

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Wet clutches need the proper oil. Is there any possibility it has the wrong oil?

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hi,this may help,it sounds like your clutch plates are stuck together,this is quite common on bikes that have been parked up for a while,mine does it ocasionally,i fix it by getting the bike moving and crash starting it,once you have got it running and moving with the bike in the highest gear you can get it into(you can change up and down the gearbox without the clutch and not do any damage)simply pull the clutch lever in and roll on and off the throttle a couple of times and the clutch should disengage...hope this helps

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SOURCE: THE CLUTCH WONT DISENGAGE WHEN I PULL THE CLUTCH

Got motor oil in it instead of motorcycle oil which is more compatible with a wet clutch? Yup, that will do it.

Posted on Nov 12, 2009

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1) Can you push the bike while it's in gear with the clutch pulled in? [If so, clutch is disengaging OK]

2) If not, check when you pull in the clutch lever that it pulls all the way through to the actual clutch [If not, replace broken clutch cable]

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Brute-force clutch plate separation: First make sure you have enough oil in the engine (wet clutch), then basically you're looking at either riding it with the clutch lever pulled in until the plates come apart or with the rear wheel in the air CAREFULLY running it in first gear against the rear brake while the clutch is pulled in.

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