Insert the new bulb, blocking it in position as shown in the figure. To assemble the tool, it is necessary to remove the screw 1 and extract the wheel spindle 2. Open the cap of the expansion tank. Remove the lower oil radiator support bracket. Check that the two small overflow tubes 2 remain out- side of the fuel tank. Tighten the three fixing screws 1 to the prescribed torque pressure.
Disconnect the upper injector cable connector. When assembling, apply force on the crown of the peg not on the point. Lubricate the outer ring of both bearings with special grease. Imperfect cleaning of these parts could cause the discharge of small quantities of brake fluid during riding. Remove the two screws of the front brake fluid cham- ber cover.
Position the gasket on the edge of the lower Airbox. The use of worn O-Rings can lead to a leaka- ge of petrol from the tank with a consequent risk of fire for the vehicle. Lift up the fuel tank. When reassembling, proceed in the reverse order of removal ensuring the correct positioning of the front reference peg. Let the key go free, bring it into a longitudinal position and pull it out.
Proceed with emptying oil present in the engine. Compensator assembly overhaul Remove the anti-dust seal 1. Rotate the key clockwise while removing the pillion. Extract the ignition block connector 2 from the faste- ning plate and disconnect it. Lift up the flange 1 and disconnect the tubes 2 on both sides of the flange. Check the condition of the air filter. Loosen the lock nuts 2 of the valve opening and clo- sing adjusters.
Proceed with the removal of the timing wheel cover by unscrewing the five fixing screws. Lift the air box from its rear part, removing the rubber tube. The resistance of the Thermistor increases when the air temperature is low and diminishes when the tem- perature is high. Unscrew the two nuts 4 relative to the manifold tube couple. Remove the wiring from the frame. Pin 2 of the connector to the — pole of the battery.
Preliminary wiring positioning operations on the engine To facilitate reassembly, before repositioning the frame on the vehicle, perform the following cable and tubing positioning checks. Brake disc Brake pads Check the condition of the rear braking system and its components. Disconnect the air temperature sensor connector. Release the closing cap clic clamp and remove everything. Loosen the engine fixing screw from the right side of the frame without removing it.
Carry out this assembly correctly. If the indicator lights up even though the level is correct, do not con- tinue to run and contact an authorised ser- vice centre. Remove the phase sensor fixing screw 3. Remove the fairing side panel, sliding it off from the front side. Repeat the above operations until the fluid reaches the minimum level in the reservoir.
Measure ovalisation in different points as shown in the diagram. Lift up the rear part of the motorcycle with the specific lifter high enough to take the load off the shock absorber. Steering base removal Preliminary operations: - Disconnect the connectors 1 of the acoustic war- ning signal;. At the same time, the instrument starts recording the time taken to cover the second lap. Such value may range between 0 and 8. Carry out the said operations with care. Insert the spacer with neck illustrated in the figure onto the wheel pin.
Insert the two small rubber tubes 2 onto the appropriate spigot on the die-cast flange. Remove the valve 2 , pulling it from the support out- ward from the right side with the aid of a screwdriver. Remove the central water tube from the supports on the oil radiator. To check this component it is necessary to identify the relative connector positioned as shown in the figure, inside the frame on the left side of the motor- cycle. Continue with the measuring of the play of the follow- ing valves: Cylinders 3 and 4 — intake valves n° 5, 6, 7, 8.
Apply 12 volts to the terminals 1 and 2 of the relay and check the continuity between terminals B-M. Remove the 6 fan rack fixing screws 3 per side and remove racks. Lower dust cap 1 , taking care not to damage the seat on the sheath. Allow the lubrication system to drain completely. Remove the gear control pedal. Move the tube support plate outward to facilitate the following operations. Remove the coil fixing bracket screws.