Be sure NO clutch fluid gets on rear tire, wheel or brakes when draining clutch fluid. Traction will be adversely affected which could result in loss of control of the motorcycle and death or serious injury.

2. Place a suitable container under secondary clutch actuator. Loosen flare nut and allow clutch fluid to drain from clutch line.


Dispose of clutch fluid in accordance with local regulations.

3. Remove banjo bolt and two steel/rubber washers to disconnect fitting of hydraulic clutch fluid line from clutch reservoir and master cylinder. Discard washers.

4. See Figure 2-35. Remove clutch fluid line from clips on frame.

5. Carefully thread banjo fitting end of clutch line out through upper triple clamp. Thread flare nut end of clutch line out through bottom of motorcycle and remove clutch line through front down tubes.

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