Date: Wed, 22 Jan 2003 20:42:05 -0700
From: Inky <yada_yada_etcnopsamail.com>
Subject: Time for a clutch job


As soon as I can afford it in time and money, I need to do a clutch job on my 900. When I bought it, I'm thinking the clutch cylinder was already weak. Grinds a bit going into second, esp. in cold weather. I've read this is indicative of a failing clutch cylinder. The throw-out bearing is also noisy (esp. when cold). Now, the clutch pedal is getting sticky. Stops for a split second on release, causing the engine to rev as I depress the gas. Again, this is worse when cold. If I'm going to tear it apart, I'm just going to replace the clutch plate while I'm at it. Any tips would be appreciated. -- Chrisitan '85 900 8V (60K miles)

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