Re: IT DROPS BACK A CYLINDER AND THE TACK GOES TO 0
I have a 94 magna that had the very same problem. I thought it was a problem with a stopped up carb or gas line but determined the battery connections had worked loose. Tighten the battery connections. Since you are there also check the fluid level in the battery. Only use distilled water to refill the cells NEVER tap water. You can buy distilled water at most grocery stores or WalMart for about a buck a gallon. Hope this helps.
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HI there unfortunately that is the correct solution the reverser gear fork or reve gear syncros are both inside trans housing You should sand trans out and all the gear checked and replaced not just reverse gear ok
CLUTCH AND MASTER CYLINDER SHARE THE SAME RESERVOIR YOU CHECK LEVEL IN THE MASTER CYLINDER.ADD BRAKE FLUID TO THE MAX LINE DONT OVER FILL.IF MASTER CYLINDER RESERVOIR IS EMPTY.CHECK FOR FLUID LEAKS AT CLUTCH LINES AND CONNECTIONS AT CLUTCH RELEASE CYLINDER AND CHECK BRAKE LINES - CALIPERS - WHEEL CYLINDERS AND BRAKE BOOSTER.FIX LEAKS AND BLEED BRAKE AND CLUTCH SYSTEM.
that often happens when the throwout bearing goes bad .. that will usually make a lot of noise before it damages the pressure plate.. another problem is when "free pedal" range drops to 0 .. thats when you push in the clutch there should be some movement before you feel resistance .. that assures the clutch is not being held in a state of partial engagement . when free pedal drops then the clutch starts to slip. that can cause it to get verry hot and damage the pressure plate .. thats a simple adjustment on most cars .. so its something to watch out for in standard shift cars .. repairs are expensive because the transmission has to be removed for most clutch repairs .
start by making sure the wires at the battery are snug. if they are, make sure all your connectors are clean and secure. do you have a speed heeler or speed doctor wired on your bike? they've been know to throw off the speedometer, teach, and temp on your gauges. especially if it's the one with the 8 awg power cable.