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Oddly enough, a simple WD40 everywhere once I removed the covers seems to have solved it. The clutch must have been sticking.


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I suspect a “kink” in the chain. That is to say a portion of the chain with poor lubrication that is wearing unevenly. Another possibility here is "chain stretch" (actually excessive wear), such that the chain causes wear on the sprockets to the point where the tooth doesn't enter the gap in the chain at the correct spacing. This is caused by ...


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If that is all there is, there is definitely nothing to worry about. It is just a very mild surface rust and is also on none structural components. The top one looks like an engine mount which will be made of fairly thick steel, so it would take a very long time to become weakened. The middle one is just a bracket for the brake ABS solenoids. The bottom one ...


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