Clutch Problem

Discussion in 'Motorized Bicycle General Discussion' started by psifos, Jan 17, 2010.

  1. psifos

    psifos New Member

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    The clutch on my motor is not engaging the way it should. when I let out the clutch it doesn't start the motor but it still turns it doesn't lock the clutch in place. Can anybody help me?
     
  2. Homer

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  3. psifos

    psifos New Member

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    Thanks but I have read that and found the problem to be either the clutch plate wasn't tight enough or the clutch pads were worn. Appreciate the comment though!
     
  4. corgi1

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    is this that dis-engage the clutch and finger tighten the star nut thinggy
     
  5. GearNut

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    That is what is sounds like. He also said he fixed it, but was not clear on exactly what he did. I guess he did the "star nut thinggy".
     
  6. corgi1

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    Idon kno....the plate not tight or worn pads ...i think turn the star
     
  7. heidimaria

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    Hello, directions please for a clutch that is not working properly - the plate pin does not push out. Not sure if the problem has anything to do with the cable or not. Thanks..:-||:-||
     
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    Welcome to the forum!
    It would be nice if you could introduce yourself in the introduction section.
    In the mean time, I hope this can help you out.
    http://motorbicycling.com/f4/clutch-cable-clutch-adjusting-procedures-22726.html
     

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