Failure to do so will reduce the life of the battery. The last item installed should be friction disc. Installation is the reverse of removal. The vac- uum pump should pull fluid from the system. Release the lines from the clamps and suspend the rear brake caliper safely out of the way. Do not scratch the inside of the rim or damage the tire bead. This is truly the future of service manuals.
Do not drive out the piston pin. Rear frame member bolt 4. Watch for the collar on each stud. Do not use chain lube to lubricate the cables. If the fuel flow is acceptable, seats. Improper installation of the seal can dam- Main lip age the seal.
If a lower voltage is produced a proper battery load test should be performed with a load tester to validate battery integrity or battery replacement. Install a new dust seal and the lower bearing onto the steering stem. Each test presumes the components tested in the earlier steps are working properly. Front cam chain guide 10. Severely discharged or a damaged battery, should have 12. Remove the two dowels A Figure 77 from the crankcase mating surface.
Rinse and rewash the cases as required to remove all traces of oil and other chemical deposits. The front fork makes a clicking or clunking noise when the front brake is applied. Check for cracks or other damage. The caliper halves have been separated for photo graphic clarity. The ammeter should read less than 0.
Though this is cylinder head Chapter Four. Replace any part that is dam- Refer to Figure 1. Snap ring pliers are available with a fixed action either internal or external or convertible one tool works on both internal and external snap rings. Replace the starter if the commuta- tor diameter is less than the service limit specified in Undercut Table 1. Idle adjusting screw needs to be backed off. These bolts must be reinstalled in their original locations during as sembly. Release the cable tie C, Figure 109 and re- move the switch D from its mount.
Check the reservoir diaphragm A, Figure 51 and cover B for damage and deterioration. On laced wheels, check the spoke tension as described in this chapter. Make sure the bolt engages the receiver B, Figure 3 on the frame. Remove the carburetor heater A, Figure 48 and its washer from the bottom of the carburetor body. Roll each ring around its piston groove as shown in Figure 131 to check for binding. Insufficient fork oil level or fluid capacity.
Remove the countershaft third gear. Use a screwdriver or similar tool to pry the drive teeth on the gear until one set of teeth aligns with the other. The This includes the camshafts, valves, cylinder heads, wet-plate clutch is located on the right side of the pistons, piston rings and the cylinder blocks. The sharp jaws will damage the objects they hold. Heat the housing to approximately 100° C 212°.
If a bearing is damaged, replace it im- mediately. Compression ring 4 Oil ring 5. Re-install the chrome Turn Signal Bar cover. If the bat- tery polarity is incorrect, the voltage regulator, al- ternator and ignitor unit will be damaged. Remove the battery cover as described in Chap- ter Fourteen. If removed, install the stepped collar Figure 31 into the right side of the hub.
Remove the clamp from the duct— it will be reused. Remove the insulator A, Figure 33 from the brush holder assembly. Remove the driven yoke C, Figure 46 from the drive yoke B. Good luck and have a wonderful day. Carefully slide the steering stem up through the Torque wrench frame steering head Figure 52. Installation is the reverse of removal.
If any one plate has excessive roughness or wear, re- place all the clutch plates as a set. The Yamaha sheave holder part No. Exhaust pipe-to-manifold bolts rear cylinder — Flywheel nut — Intake manifold bolts — Oil delivery pipe banjo bolt — Primary drive nut — Rear chain guide bolt —. Refer to the Service Manual and follow the instructions given to remove the Maxi® Fuse. Push the springs as far apart as possible. Install the battery into the motorcycle as de- scribed in this chapter.