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HM,
I was trying to adjust the clutch on my 2004 450 S and my clutch adjustment screw was seized. I loosened the locking nut and let some penetrating oil soak on the screw threads for about an hour. I finally got it to turn but it has resistance through the whole turn. This means I can't follow the manuals directions for turning it CCW until resistance is felt.
I marked it before turning and locked it back down where it was fron the factory.
My question is, can the screw be taken all the way out and the threads be cleaned or will something fall behind the cover if I do this?
Thanks for the help.
 

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HM,
We can always count on you.
I will keep turning and see if I can work it loose. It will turn, but not free.
Thanks as always!!!!
 
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