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December 13, 2007, 07:18 AM

First thing to try- Turn in the adjuster on the clutch perch to put some slack in the cable.

Next or if there is already plently of slack, remove plastic cover on the left side. Loosen the 10mm nut on the clutch mechanism and use a screwdriver to loosen the thing in the middle of it. Then turn it to tighten it again but stop as soon as you feel the least bit of resistance. Re-tighten the nut without turning the thing in the middle.

If that doesn't fix it, then your clutch is glazed or burned up. De-glaze or replace.


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