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My clutch cable isnt engaging the clutch - 1994 Yamaha FZR 600

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SOURCE: i have a 92 fzr 600 when i engage my clutch amd

With the engine not running can you select 1st gear pull in the clutch lever and push the bike with no difficulty, if you cant, it may be the clutch plates have become stuck together, this can occure from standing for long periods, if you can push the bike it may be the neutrol safety switch, or the side stand safety switch have become faulty, and cutting the bike out as a precaution

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