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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-13-2019, 10:57 PM Thread Starter
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Unhappy Oil leak at elec pole clutch switch

Hi there,

I have a oil leak at the electronic pole clutch switch, I tempted to use steel glue, but can not stop oil leak. Anyone know how to fix it? Please. Thank you so much.


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Hi there,

I have a oil leak at the electronic pole clutch switch, I tempted to use steel glue, but can not stop oil leak. Anyone know how to fix it? Please. Thank you so much.

I suggest you change the clutch switch, its complete failure is getting close. It generally starts by leaking, and later on doesn't work anymore at all.

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I suggest you change the clutch switch, its complete failure is getting close. It generally starts by leaking, and later on doesn't work anymore at all.
Well played Sir!


'Xcept when it starts leaking it's too late.
The clutch fluid will rapidly drain then no more fluid and no more clutch!

Order a new switch.
'Case cluth switch not in stock at a dealer some waiting might occur.

Plug the dead clutch switch with anything handy.
JB weld and others won't hold the pressure for long.

Stuffing a short length cut from a 3.5mm thick O-ring in the clutch switch hole stops the leak.
Screw the old dead switch back in the clutch receiver.
Forget the wires..
Refill the bowl to replace leaked fluid.
If the clutch lever spongy bleed the clutch line.

And go on your merry way until the new part arrives.
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Check this thread: https://www.mvagusta.net/forum/74-tu...d-1-8-bsp.html

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