Originally Posted by herler
I tell you one thing I have learned is to test the clutch with 12v leads while it's still on the mower, because if you can hear it click then the clutch is still good and from my experience probably a good half of all clutches that are replaced need not have been.
So rule out everything else first, such as a bad connection.
My clutch worked fine, the issue is that the bearing seized. From what I am reading the bearings on a Warner are not serviceable. I could be wrong however, I would love to replace the bearings and put it back on.