Motorcycle Forum banner
1 - 1 of 1 Posts

1,825 Posts
Hello Shawn,

Well, for one thing, the neutral switch works off the transmission, when in neutral part of tranny presses a switch that
completes circuit to GROUND. Pulling in the clutch does NOT work neutral indicator, it simply separates engine power
from the transmission.

I have heard of stuck clutch plates. It might be a good idea to change primary fluid, who knows how many k miles are
on it, doing that might un-stick plates, if not, good idea to change all bikes fluids anyways and keep a maintenance log of
such changes, then bring to a shop that works on Yamaha's, They are real good bikes, after clutch is cleaned and /or
serviced I'm sure you'll be riding.

Yes keep a maint. log, that will help keep bike in great running cond., writing in when air cleaner is serviced and any other
work as well as sales slips for work done in the shop. In a few years, if you decide to sell for a larger bike, the person who
looks at the bike will see it has been taken care of when you show the maint. records.
1 - 1 of 1 Posts
This is an older thread, you may not receive a response, and could be reviving an old thread. Please consider creating a new thread.