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As a somewhat paranoid motorcyclist, I'm a huge fan of remaining in first, with the clutch disengaged until at least one vehicle has fully stopped behind me, after that if the remaining stop time is long (frequently it isn't) I may switch to neutral. Until that vehicle has completely stopped, you're at risk of being rear ended by someone failing to stop in ...


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Vacuum leak and sounds like you need to bleed your clutch. Bleeding the clutch is not that hard. For the vacuum leak, the main place you want to check is the actuator that should be under the battery tray. Look around for cracked lines, or lines that look older. Now to bleed the clutch, you want to follow the lines that go under the vehicle and there will ...


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It is a well known problem caused by the softly mounted IRS sub-frame and the differential.



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