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1989 yamaha srv snowmobile-pull start wont pull it gats stuck

Was running great!! stopped for a minute then went to pull start it and it pulled once then went to pull again and it goes half way and gets stuck!! if you mess with the clutch wheel it will let go and you can pull one full then on the second it does the same it gets stuck till you mess with that clutch wheel again!! took top end off and the cylenders are perfectly fine along with the pistons!! one person told me could be the piston arm but didnt sound right another said could be clutch!! so now im throwing it towards you hopefuly you could help or give your pro opinion?? please and thankyou!!

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You might have solved this problem already but I'll throw this at you anyway. I had a similar problem with a 1991 SRV. The problem I had was that the engine was would kill on me when I was ridding, but only after about 30 min to an hour of running. After working on it I found out that the adjustment at the carb for the oil injection was off and what was happening was that the engine wasn't getting enough oil, so it was over heating to the point where it didn't destroy the engine, just enough to seize it up until it cooled down then was free again. I hope it helps you out.

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