Question about 1993 Suzuki VS 800 Intruder
The solenoid is easy to replace. The one-way clutch is underneath the generator cover on the right side of the motor. Take off the right engine cover, be careful the stator is inside it. To get to the one-way clutch you will need to pull the flywheel you may need and air wrench and a flywheel puller specific to your bike. The one way clutch is bolted to the back side of the flywheel. The clutch locks in one direction to a large sprocket. When you replace the clutch you will also have to replace the sprocket. The clutch runs up against a smooth round surface on the gear, If the smooth surface becomes chattered the one-way clutch will not grab it and turn over the motor.You will need a right cover gasket , a puller, a one way clutch, and the large starter gear that plugs into the one-way clutch.
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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