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Oil on clutch want to know best way to fix - 2002 BMW R 1150 R

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Ur clutch wire contain air prssure that,s why ur clutch leaks oil on pressing it plz tune it from specialized of this bike !!1

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My 1991 ford f250 5 litre 5-speed 4x4 has a problem with the clutch slipping all of a sudden ,after lending to a driver with heavy clutch use habits,can i adjust clutch to get more grip back?


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I just changed the oil in my Honda 750 Shadow and switched to Synthetic Oil. As you mentioned this could cause the clutch to slip. Wel it 's slipping. What's the fix?


I'm assuming that you have a "wet" clutch, unlike most cars that have a "dry" clutch. "Wet" means that the clutch sits in the engine oil, "dry" ... that it doesn't!
It's very important that you use only oil specifically made for motorcycles if you have a wet clutch, synthetic or not. The formulation of the oil-additives is different if it is to be used with clutches.

Using "normal" "car" oil, whether it is synthetic or not, is highly likely to result in clutch slip.

If this is what has happened then I can only suggest this course of action:
> Drop that oil out and replace the oil filter
> Refill with cheap motorcycle oil
> Drive for 10 or so miles, get the engine nice and warm
> Drop that oil out
> Refill with cheap motorcycle oil again and drive 10 miles
>> Hopefully at this point the clutch slip will be gone
> Drop that oil out and change the oil filter.
> Now fill with "nice" motorcycle oil

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What weight of oil does the my 1995 Honda Accord with five speed manual transmission required to havein it?


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However incorrect oil in the transmission will not make it leak or slip as that section is a clutch problem and if you have oil from the bell housing and a slipping clutch it indicates an over full transmission blowing out the input shaft seal and destroying the clutch
the original occasional slipping clutch indicates a problem in the clutch master cylinder or clutch cable and would have been a cheap fix but by allowing a person who is not trained in procedures , the fix will be in excess of $1000.00 as you now require a new clutch kit and front seal in the transmission

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Clutch fixed after oil change?


Hello.
I think maybe it was a freak thing that happened. The clutch has nothing to do with the motor oil. What I would say was wrong with the clutch was that the clutch fluid was leaking or you has a bad clutch adjustment that just kept getting worse and worse. In your case, i guess your car just wanted an oil change. Good luck!

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How do I know what oil is best?


All oils must meet the standards of the US government Department of Weights and Measures . Just use the better known brands like Shell, Mobil, Pennzoil, Quaker State, etc.. Do not get the ones with"Special" additives. NEVER use synthetics. Some of the additives and most of the synthetics will swell the cork on the clutch friction plates. Then the clutch will not disengage and now it is time for new friction plates. Use 10w40 motor oil and you are doing good.
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After only 4,000 miles it feels like the clutch is slipping ive backed the cable off and almost ok but im thinking of fitting a race or upgraded clutch but id like to know whats best


your clutch might not be bad, did you recently chance your oil. if you used a synthetic oil that could be bad. bikes with wet clutches(non harley) cant usually use sythetic oils there to slippery and can burn up your clutch. adjust your cable so theres a 1/4" of play in your lever and leave it. if you change out the clutch dont use anything but the oem replacement plates just upgrade the springs to a heavy duty, this is a better and cheaper way to go. ebc is great stuff and ive never had a problem using there products. dont waste your money with kevlar clutches or anything other than oem, just an example my gsxr 1000 had 163 hp at the wheel using a stock clutch and never had a problem after putting 10,000 miles on it. also just a tip if your sitting at a light or at a stop get in the habbit of putting it in neutral and letting out the clutch this cuts down on spring wear and could ad some life to your clutch. hope this helps, ride safe and always wear your gear even in the no helmet states.

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I need to know the best oil for honda innova 125


Use 10w40 motor oil in the gear box. Don't use any synthetic oils, oil marked "EC", or oil with "special" additives. Stick with the major brands; Pennzoil, Quaker State, Mobil or Shell.

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The problem did not start untill the 10w30 Honda transmission oil went in. It isn't the 10w30 thats the problem. It's the TRANSMISSION oil as opposed to MOTOR oil. There is a difference. As I said before, the swelling may or may not go away.

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Oil pro


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