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2001 BRP DS650 starter clutch problems

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has any one had any problems with there ds650 starter clutch i have to replace mine again after just replacing it back in march. any help would be great those thinks are very expensive. thanks

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That's odd. Was it making abnormal noise when starting?

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sorry havent had time to get back ,but it made like a klunking sound then just stopped working .same thing it did first time

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