What is the clutch switch for?


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  • woodsk

Posted September 05, 2005 - 08:29 AM

#1

I just swaped out my clutch perch on my '04 450 for a MSR Raptor with hotstart
(the best perch out there).

On the MSR perch there is no place for the clutch switch. The thing is I cannot see how the clutch switch would effect the operation of the bike. I have ridden it around with the plunger on the switch out and can see no diffrence in performance, starting or anything else. unless i am reading the wiring diagram wrong the clutch switch is just worthless.

anyone know what this is supposed to do

woods

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  • simon@vic

Posted September 05, 2005 - 10:31 AM

#2

well it is there to fill up with dirt and fail. most people just take them out and connect the wires together. i suppose it is to stop you from starting the bike in gear with the clutch out.




 
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