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Old clutch cable snapped, tried replacing with new one, no pressure on the cable?

As I said, My clutch cable snapped out of the blue the other day, finally got a new cable from a local online parts store, and just fitted the new cable on, tightened all necessary bits, pulled my clutch lever in and it just stayed there, there's no resistance or pull-back? Any clues? Cheers Rhys

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The first thing that comes to mind is that the new clutch cable is not the correct length (too long). Did you compare the old one with the new one? When you pull in the clutch lever you should be able to see the clutch release lever at the transmission move. If the lever is not moving then the cable is too long or needs adjustment.

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