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Hi just rebuilt my gear box on my 2004 yz85 and i cant get the cluch to engage the rod push dont seem to do anything and the actuator arm just spins round what do u think it is

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May be running lean, less fuel demand at lower rpms, needs more fuel at higher rpms.

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if it's hydralic? it may need replacing. Some (push rod) clutches can be adjusted..on (Z-Bar) cluch type..check the Z-Bar to see if it is cracked or bent

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Dead clutch lever


http://www.cmsnl.com/yamaha-yzf-r6mmc-2000_model10891/partslist/

The clutch cable actuates an axle with a gear at the other end. This gear bears against step gears on the thrust rod, which pushes against clutch. Make sure there is a circlip at BOTH ends of this axle. When replacing cover, ensure axle is returned fully with handlever out, and spring is in place on actuating fulcrum of the axle. Thrust rod must bear against roller bearing of the clutch pressure plate. Make sure step gears engage at first tooth when operating handlever. The above link provides an exploded view of the entire bike in appropriate sections as an aid.
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I have a 92 f-150 custom ford with a 4.9 straight six. It seems when I go to put it in reverse it acts like the cluch is not fully engaging. this has a manual trans. is there an adjustment for the cluch....


The clutch is not releasing fully when changing gears. Does the pedal go down quite a way before it seems to be contacting anything? The reason the forward speeds don't make noise is that they have synchromesh gears, which is a pre-engagement mechanism that allow smooth noiseless shifts (up to a point anyway!). I think this a hydraulic clutch mechanism and the lower slave cylinder at the clutch bell housing is the adjusting point for correcting the clutch free play. It should be set so that the internal release arm is nearly touching the throwout bearing inside the bell housing. The problem may also be that the slave cylinder is loose on it's mounting. The clutch pedal should move about 1/2 to 3/4 inch before it starts to push on the shaft from the master cylinder. Hope some of this helps!

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the "cluch push rod" should be pushed back by the cluch springs, if there was a bearing on the end it would have broken up and be laying inside the cluch case in bits! if you have taken the cluch to bits there is a thrust washer behind the cluch body and gear box shaft if you left this washer out you wont have a cluch? best bet is get a hayns service book for your bike maybe off e-bay and you will have all the info you need to fix it plus all the photos as well of all the parts

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4 wheel drive wont engage to front end drive shaft is turning and actuator is moving


acuator at transfer case or at frt diff if acuator is moving then axles to wheels should be turning and you may have a hub locking problem. if axles to wheels dont turn then the acuator tofront diff is no good not strong enough or bent shaft on acuator, some of these use a small shaft in front of actuator also make sure if this truck use this shaft check it for wear, lift truck remove actuator push inside arm in see if wheels spin turn frt shaft while holding arm in wheel should turn is they do, replace actuator, if they dont turn then diff problem,

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Clutch will not engage when depressed


there could be one of a few issues here.
1 the thrust bearing may have gone which sites on the clutch plate prongs and the actuator arm.
if you have somebody who can depress the pedal while you go under and have a look at whats going on.
2 as this is a hydrolic assisted clutch there may be air got into the system which may show resistance but there is not enough pressure to push the clutch plates so the stay engaged.
when was the clutch fluid last replaced? as same as break fluid is will absorb moisture over time and reduce is effectiveness.
3. the clutch plates may have overheated last time round and welded together so they will not come apart and will have to be replaced.
do you drive with your foot covering the clutch pedal? this style of driving can cause the clutch to overheat as their is never full pressure during driving always leave your feet away from the clutch pedal once you have changed gear.

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Theres a rod in the bottom of my yz250f enegine 2004 wtf is it?


You are probably refering to the clutch push rod. When the clutch lever is pulled in it moves the clutch arm on the outside of the caseing. This actuates the clutch push lever to push the rod into the center case. The internal end of the rod actually pushes the clutch apart to disengage the gears from the crankshaft. Without the rod there would be no clutch action.
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There should be a small bracket that sits over the actuator arm and is screwed into the cases. This is what holds it in place and keeps it from popping up

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