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I recently removed the engine and reinstalled and when installing the clutch cable I noticed there isn't any resistance to pull tension on the clutch cable. I didn't remove any clutch components. I can rotate the lever and release the clutch. Any suggestions?
 

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I recently removed the engine and reinstalled and when installing the clutch cable I noticed there isn't any resistance to pull tension on the clutch cable. I didn't remove any clutch components. I can rotate the lever and release the clutch. Any suggestions?
Check the release lever over next to the bevel gear side and make sure it is in the right position and then reattach the cable.more than likely that will fix it.:smiley_th
 

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I has the same happen to me just recently after a tear down of the engine... the fix is easy.
- Remove the cable and the lever on the clucht actuator
- Remove the cover on the external case (the one that looks that you could turn with a quarter)
- Push the clutch pin until stops inside
- Replace the cover
- Replace the lever with the open end aligned with the notch on the case (sorry no photo)
- Attach cluch cable and adjust to correct freeplay

You should be able to operate the clutch normally now.

Hope this helps
 
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