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Recently purchased a 75' CB360T. Ran fine but when I took it for a spin I got back and went to release the clutch and the lever just stayed in, there was no tension on it. It seems like I can't disengage it now. Can't start the bike cause it won't start with the clutch engaged. If I follow the clutch cable into the left side of the engine, do I just need to take that outside piece off and adjust something in there? Any help would be appreciated, I am new to bikes. Thanks!

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It`s possible that your clutch cable broke.Yes follow the cable down to the motor and remove that cover.The cable will be attached to push rod lever.When you remove the cover you will see the front sprocket and clutch push rod make sure the rod stay in place.Hope this helps you out.
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  • m3600rr Jun 29, 2011

    i am having clutch problems with my cb360t motor in a bobber i just bought.. i put a new clutch cable in but when i had the cover off one of my friends pulled out the push rod... now im having all kinds of issues trying to get it back in place and working again... any help PLEASE!!!

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