Bolt inserts from inside of brackets C and D. Starter relay Open coil winding. Remove the right-hand side cover. Figure 61 and Figure 62 The crankcase must be disassembled to gain ac- shows the installed assembly. If not, use a carburetor A vacuum gauge must be used to synchronize adjusting wrench with a screwdriver tip to turn the the carburetors. Periodically check bolts for tightness. Push in on the center of it to release.
Remove the front wheel as described in this chapter. Additional tools and some duplica- tions may be added as you become more familiar with the bike. Replace if necessary gasket provided. For R6 owners, please disconnect the stock S-bend from the rear of the collector and set aside. Install valve springs with the narrow pitch end The rocker arms are identical same Yamaha end with coils closest together facing the cylinder part No.
Remove the frame left-hand side cover. Install a new axle nut cotter pin f. Wash any spilled brake fluid off of any painted or plated surface immediately, as it will destroy the finish. Wedge each oil line rubber damper between two cylinder fins. Remove the oil pump drive sprocket as 10.
This approach can be used on lighting circuits, ignition circuits, etc. Next, connect the ohmmeter between the relay and 1 black wire. The meter will read the voltage dropped or the difference in potential between the source and destination. If the oil control ring rails show wear, all 3 parts of the oil control ring should be replaced as a set. Use a colder plug for The valves must be properly adjusted high speeds, high engine loads and high before performing a compression test. Check the shaft Figure 112 for wear or scoring.
Do not lift motorcycle with screw jacks. At the hand lever, remove or slide back the clutch lever shield s. Place the bike on the centerstand and contact with of the brake disconnect the negative battery lead. The pressure difference between the two forks should be 1. Now push the hitch mount into the receiver hitch.
When it's necessary to refer to another Chapter, the reference will be given as Chapter and Section number. The bottommost bolt on the beauty cover will likely leak some oil when you remove it — it holds on the inner oil filter cover. This to improve rear cylinder cooling and set at a 75° will be helpful when troubleshooting or repairing angle;. Disconnect the negative battery cable. Handlebar start switch Poor switch contacts or open switch.
Remove the screws and lockwashers A, Figure 23 securing the pickup coil assembly. They must be free of gouges, burrs or any damage that could cause an oil leak. Install the plate and screw Figure 125 securing the oil relief valve in place Tighten the screw se- curely. Check the gear teeth A, Figure 115 for wear; replace if necessary. More importantly, a lot of money can be saved by avoiding the expense the shop must pass on to you to cover its labor and overhead costs. Instead, Yamaha recommends that the drive chain be replaced every 30,000 miles 50,000 km or whenever abnormal noise or vibration occurs after adjusting the drive chain.
Check the fuel sender electrical connections. If the battery is in b. Installation Diagrams Leveling stand screw jack installation 1 Thread right side screw jack into threaded area on bracket B sand adjust leveling jack bolt out. Remove the bolt securing the final drive unit to the swing arm B, Figure 25. Both types work on the Yamaha; use according to the Remedying Stripped Threads manufacturer's instructions. Make sure the cylinder studs are not bent and the threads are m good condition.
As the rotor revolves, alternating current is induced in the stator. Note: Do not remove the rear head pipe, it has been incorporated in the design of the new exhaust system. Connect the other end to the solenoid relay terminal 5. Place a strap wrench on the rotor and tighten the nut to 112 ft. Drive axle 2nd gear 16. If reading is higher, disassemble starter for inspection.