Alright guys, lets see if you can help

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  1. trez157

    trez157 You can't trust freedom when it's not in your hand

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    I did the clutch cable on my zx600d, but, the part it attaches to is giving me issues

    http://www.ronayers.com/fiche/400_0185/clutch/clutch.cfm?man=ka&groupid=13150&parent=12990

    If you look there, part 13102 is where the cable attaches to, but its not giving my cable any tension. I tried removing it and reinstalling it, but I get no tension out of it whatsoever. If that makes any sense, basically, the cable attaches to that part and is in the out position, then, when i pull the lever, that part will enable me to shift gears. I hope that makes sense. Anyway, I tried putting it in a few different ways but it seems like it only goes in one way, any ideas?
     
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    Did you change the routing of the clutch cable?
     
  3. trez157

    trez157 You can't trust freedom when it's not in your hand

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    No, as far as I and my friend can tell, the cable is routed perfectly. The problem is that the clutch rod is not holding back any tension, in other words, if I press on the clutch, it wont release back out. So we are stuck at this juncture.
     
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    trez157 You can't trust freedom when it's not in your hand

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    I fixed it!!! I changed out that part, retorqued the clutch springs, and she seems set so far. We'll see what other issued the bitch has though.
     

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