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I recently purchased a 1990 GL1500. Fluids had all been changed last summer. This bike had spent its' entire life, until recently in the drier climes of eastern Washington and Oregon. I rode the bike from the east side to the coast with no problems. The other day, I experienced an apparent choke sticking problem. I disassembled the cowling around the handlebars and gas tank to also check the air filter. After reassembling the cowling, the choke problem is now gone but I have virtually no clutch. As this bike is new to me, I have no manuals to consult, other than the Owner's Manual the previous owner included in the sale. Is it possible I pinched a vacuum line or something during the cowling replacement? I would appreciate any help one could offer.
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One shouldn't have anything to do with the other, try bleeding the clutch, maybe there is air in the line, look in the sight glass on the left handlebar and see what color the fluid is.
 
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