Question about 2008 Yamaha Yamaha G5
Is there oil in the gearbox? Is it really dirty? Lack of oil and dirty oil could account for the clutch problem. If you have put synthetic lubricant in the gearbox that could also account for the clutch. Synthetics can swell the cork on the clutch plates. New fiber plates would be needed.
The shifting problem could be tied to the lack of oil or dirty oil but usually the problem is bent shift forks. If fresh oil doesn't fix the clutch the clutch will need to be inspected/repaired. If that doesn't also fix the shifting, ( and I don't think it will ), the engine will need to be torn down and the shift mechanism inspected. Forks will likely need to be replaced.
Posted on Jul 15, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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