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post #1 of 29 (permalink) Old 04-30-2016, 11:59 AM Thread Starter
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Clutch Switch TVL 800

Does anyone knows where are the clutch switch is located on a tourimo veloce lusso 800
My switch is faulty I cannot get the part because of the financial situation from MV Agusta. So I would like to try to fix the switch by myself.

I have looked at evolution bike OEM Parts but I couldn't find the switch

Can anybody help me...

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It's on your bike, near the swivel point of the clutch lever.

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well that was what I was thinking, it has to be there somewhere , but unfortunately there is no cable and no switch at all. This switch must be somewhere else.

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Sorry Gero, can't help you at this stage. Got any pictures from around the clutch lever swivel point ? Or maybe near the slave cylinder ? I'm just curious, pretty sure one of the other owners will pop in to let us know.

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well that was what I was thinking, it has to be there somewhere , but unfortunately there is no cable and no switch at all. This switch must be somewhere else.
Isn't that it right there next to the actual clutch cable, you can see it below the adjuster.


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I was told it's a hydraulic switch, and I thought it was in the clutch housing

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Yeah I think that picture is wrong, does the TV have a hydraulic clutch rather than a cable ? if so it'll be hydraulic pressure sensor which is attached to the clutch actuator it looks like.

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Hi Jogort,
you're absolutely right, it is an hydraulic clutch!! And yes, there is an hydraulic pressure sensor!! So this means the pressure sensor is the clutch switch?
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Item 12 on the fiche looks suspiciously like a pressure switch to me.

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Yup, that's the one, no doubt.

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