Install by reversing these removal steps while noting the following: a. Go down the basic principles in mind. After new bearings have been installed, recheck clearance with Plastigage. Measure the outside diameter of the piston at 13. Resistance should be ing and testing the starter cutout relay.
Too much air will make installation difficult. The engine number is stamped into the right upper side of the crankcase. It can help you decide what work must be done, even if you choose to have it done by a dealer service department or a repair shop; it provides information and procedures for routine maintenance and servicing; and it offers diagnostic and repair procedures to follow when trouble occurs. Installation of the bearings is made easier by first placing the bearings in a freezer for approximately 30 minutes. Make clicking noise detected indicates that the shaft is sure the shaft bottoms out in the crankcase.
Separate the crankcase as described in Chapter Four in this section of this manual. Remove the sub-fuel tank attaching bolt Figure Remove the left- and right-hand side covers. Adjust the clutch as described in Chapter Three in this section of the manual. Harder than normal use and exposure to mud, water, sand, high humidity, etc. Otherwise the valve guide will be damaged. Remove the exhaust system as described in Chapter Six. Disconnect the air line at one fork tube air joint bracket Figure 67.
Install the long pushrod Figure 20. Installation is the reverse of these steps. Do not replace only 1 or 2 plates. Once again, take your worn part to the wrecking yard breaker for direct comparison. Insert the rod's shorter end into the shaft first. Install the front sprocket cover B, Figure 22.
On tube-type tires, inflate the tube just enough to round it out. Starting circuit cut-off relay 5. Reinstall the adjustment nut and spring on the rod Figure 39 to avoid losing them. Insert the rear long shift fork shaft through the shaft and rolling the shaft on a piece of glass. If any part requires replacement the entire oil pressure relief valve must be replaced.
A bent or dented wheel creates very 7. Specifications Table 1 and tightening torques Table 2 are at the end of the chapter. Disconnect the battery vent tube B, Figure 50. Loosen the axle pinch bolt Figure 7 on procedures for the rear wheel, chain-drive and shaft-drive models. Remove the gasket Figure 28 and O-ring A, Figure 29. Remove the front turn indicators and the headlight shell Figure 55. Each cylinder is equipped with a single camshaft and 2 valves.
Notes, cautions and warnings throughout each chapter pinpoint critical information. As the throttle is opened further, mixture during the partial throttle openings. Not heeding a Caution can result in damage to the assembly being worked on. The crankshaft is marked on the left-hand required, refer all service to a qualified Yamaha counterbalancer with a set of 2 numbers Figure specialist. Carefully pull the string back through the frame, throttle cable.
Inspect the mating surfaces of both halves. Make sure that all circlips are seated correctly in the main shaft grooves. Replace the sidestand relay if the test results are 8. See Chapter Two and Chapter Three for details. When han- dling the fork cap, make sure not to bend or damage the rod in any way as this will cause improper fork operation. If the battery is in b. The two crankshaft bearings interchangeable.