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My honda VT1100C has been stored for 14 months, I pumps the cluch lever and now I can't depress the lever it won't move. Can you help me out?

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Your clutch master cylinder has dirt plugging the fluid return hole to the reservoir. If you go to the slave cylinder and open the bleeder screw, a squirt of brake fluid should come out and free up the lever. Once you pull the lever it will bind up again. If you take the reservoir off you will find a large opening that fluid goes down through to the piston. next to that opening is a tiny pin hole (fluid return hole). This is plugged. you may be able to clear it with a piece of wire cut from a wire brush. You may want to disassemble the master cylinder and clean it or buy a rebuild kit depending on condition.

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