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Re: Need to reinstall Clutch Clip
Hold the cluch up on shaft,,put clip into grove on buttom of shaft hold clutch up with clip pressure now your hands are free ,,but clutch clip is not on all the way yet ..now here is where the problem lies,,get a nut driver and a small hammer ..hit the back of the clip sharp and straight ..your not going to get it the first time but i know you will get it on..the trick is to push the clip on with your hand first to hold clutch and free your hands to knock the clip on..onthejob
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Step 1: Remove the magnetic drain plug with a wrench. (The drain plug is underneath the outer primary chain case on the left side of the motorcycle). Drain the fluid into a drain pan.
Step 2: Remove all of the screws on the clutch release cover with an Allen wrench. & also remove the clutch release cover. Discard the gasket that's located right on the inside of the clutch release cover.
Step 3: Loosen the clutch cable adjuster with a wrench to allow it to slack a bit in the clutch cable.
Step 4: Remove the retaining clip of the pushrod assembly with a pick tool. This should also release the two thrust washers located just behind the retaining clip.
Step 5: Remove the throw out bearing & Insert a new one into the same slot.
Step 6: Reinstall the two thrust washers and the retaining clip you previously removed.
Step 7: Tighten the clutch cable adjuster with a wrench.
Step 8: Replace the clutch release cover gasket and reinstall the cover by inserting and tightening the screws that you previously removed.
I had this same problem the cable is fine its a clip on outer cable to stop it mooving when you press clutch mine poped when I tightened the clutch cable still don't have solution though waiting to payday to take it to garage
Its more than you think. 1. Inspect for a broken retaining clip by removing the valve body and then the valve body separator plate. Inspect the forward clutch control valve, spring, retaining clip, and valve body casting for damage (Figure 1).
2. If the clip is broken and the forward clutch control valve and/or valve body casting is damaged, replace the main control. The retaining clip has just been revised to prevent the chance of breakage. The revised Retaining Clip (F8DZ-7F194-AA) has circular cutouts on the side of the clip in place of the square cutouts on the previous design level clip (Figure 2).
3. Inspect the new main control (if required) before installing it and replace this retaining clip for the forward clutch control valve and spring if it's not the new design (Figure 2).
4. Any time service is required on any AX4N transaxle main control, inspect the retaining clip for the forward clutch control valve to be sure it is the latest design level, and replace the retaining clip if it is not. The revised clip is larger and will remain centered in the valve body casting groove. too repair estimate..400-800 dollars...Hope this help..Big shops will hurt yo pockets
where is the clip at on the car? do you have a clutch cable or is it hydraulic? If it is a cable and the clip is on the outside the passenger compartment replace the clip and adjust the play in the cable there should be about a 1/4" play. If it is and self adjusting when you need to replace the cable.
Hi thanks for the question ,YEs i can tell you how to remove the clutch Remove front panel .Motor is held in place wiyh 4 3/8 nuts underneath the motor remove the motor .The clutch is held in place with a spring clip at the end of motor . Remove clip Now the clutch should come off thanks for the question