Question about 2006 Yamaha V Star 1100 Silverado
You have to unhook both ends of the clutch cable. If there is any drag at all replace it. If it hangs up the slightest bit when you let it out , The clutch will slip for a moment and then grab. If the clutch plates have become stuck together, when you let out the lever it will creep or judder. You probably have plates that are stuck together. You will have to take the clutch cover off ( if you do it carefully you can save and reuse the gasket), the springs, and the pressure plate. Then you can lift out the clutch pack (group of plates). Carefully separate all the plates one at a time, coat them with oil and reassemble them the same way. Put the bike back together and the problem should be fixed.
Posted on Sep 09, 2010
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