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I just got my Bajaj CT 100 completely serviced including changing of clutch plate, chain and sprockets, engine oil(total, don't know which one the mechanic put). Now I have having a "ghat" like clunk sound when shifting from 1st gear to second and from 3rd to 2nd. I always let go the throttle depress the clutch fully and upshift or downshift. Please tell me what is wrong and how do I eliminate the noise.
Every time I start the car, put it in gear and move, I hear a knocking sound. It stops almost immediately, in 20 seconds. This happens mostly in reverse and especially after the car hasn't been used for more than 6-7 hours. Any idea what this could be? Thanks in advance.
Engine mostly idles b/w 800-900 rpm. While releasing the clutch in 1'st gear, the car seems to pull a lot of load, engine judders as well. If i do not give decent acceleration on the pedal then the car won't pull ahead and the rpm's would drop considerably, stalling the car. Problem worsens if the ac is on. I think, releasing the clutch gently in first gear without giving acceleration to the car, should have enough rpms built up to pull it ahead at gradual speed and the vehicle should not stall. Where could the problem lie? I have seen that even when i have accelerated till 2k rpms and then released the clutch, the car still judders a little bit and the rpms drop considerably till 1k rpm after which the car pulls ahead.