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Cb 400 f shifting problem , it shift but have to put leaver back to neutral posision , after every shift up and down , what can that be ? besides that shift good . thanks, for reading my problem

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It sounds like a broken return spring. It should be inside the clutch cover on the right side of the engine. You will need to drain the engine oil and remove the screws from the cover to remove it. Work the shift lever up and down and try to see what had happened. Good luck with it

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