Question about Suzuki GSX 600 F (Katana Motorcycles
If it shuts down when putting in gear I think the clutch cable itself may be broken or the activating pin inside the engine. First off. Test the cable. Locate the clutch on the bike. Right hand side of the engine.On the top of the engine casing but to the right hand side is a lever connected to the clutch cable. Pulling the clutch lever on the handle bar should cause this lever to move. If it does not the cable is broken or needs adjustment.
Replacement is pretty straightforward. Unscrew it at the engine casing. Then unclip it from the lever by pulling the cable away from the lever then forward so it comes out of the groove and then down. Take note of the cable routing so that when you replace it goes back the same way. You may need to remove the fairing and tank.
If the cable tests fine you will need to open the clutch casing.Let me know if you need more help
Posted on Jul 17, 2010
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