- The hydraulics of the car could be faulty or have air in the lines (bleed clutch). Check clutch master cylinder, slave cylinder for any signs of leaking or failure. Hydraulics could have internal leaks as well which can cause improper operation. Check hydraulic lines for cracks or over expansion.
- Bearing has come disconnected from the fork or pull from the clip (Pull style clutch)
Modified on: Fri, 24 May, 2019 at 3:43 PM
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