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VaderGriz

2009 Arctic Cat 90 not going into gear

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The bike will go into gear after monkeying with the shift lever but then it's slow to engage. Feels like the clutch is weak. I've pulled the belt cover off and belt looks fine. Should i pull the sheave and regrease roller weights? change Trans fluid? Anyone had this issue?

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Ive never worked on the 90cc bikes, usually there is no separate transmission fluid. The oil does both jobs. The service manual is posted in a thread above so check that first.

If there is no transmission fluid, what it sounds like happened is the oil is not wet clutch compatible and will cause those symptoms. 

Mike

 

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any luck?

I know I had a friend that has a recon that wouldnt go into reverse-  this was because the idle was too high and the clutch was not disengaging at idle.

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