Remove the washer Figure 18 and clutch housing Figure 19. Make clicking noise detected indicates that the shaft is sure the shaft bottoms out in the crankcase. Unhook the battery strap A, Figure 50. Work in sequence, starting with the highest number first. Check the shaft Figure 112 for wear or scoring. Install an insert A, Figure 70 below the fifth gear and install the main shaft assembly in the hydraulic press. Place the motorcycle on its centerstand.
Disconnect the positive battery cable. Loosen the rear inner manifold bolt located be- tween the intake of the front cylinder carburetor and the rear intake manifold. 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. Install the long pushrod Figure 20. Remove the clutch boss Figure 17. Place the bike on its centerstand.
Increase the engine to be burned. To adjust the float level on these carburetors, in. Assembly is the reverse of disassembly, noting 5. Special tools are required to remove and install these bearing and should be entrusted to a Yamaha dealer 5. Remove the main jet and washer Figure 14. Clean the bearing races in the steering head and 4. Wrench or socket to remove drain plug.
Place a drop of oil onto the threaded end of each dangerous handling characteristics. Remove the timing cover Figure 83. Tighten the bolts to the torque specifi- cations in Table 2. Tie a piece of wire to the camshaft chain and tie it to an external portion of the engine to prevent the camshaft chain from falling down into the crank- case. Loosen the axle pinch bolt Figure 7 on procedures for the rear wheel, chain-drive and shaft-drive models.
Check the hand lever pivot lug on the master cylinder body for cracks. Make sure the rear axle pinch bolt B, Figure 81 is tight. Install a new gasket into each exhaust port in the cylinder head. If a no spark condition exists, perform Test 3. Make sure the crankcase studs are not bent and case with a plastic mallet do not use a metal ham- the threads are in good condition. Pry back the lockwasher tab on the right-hand 1.
Set the idle speed Table 6 by turning the front 1. Remove the rocker arm bolts Figure 58. Further disassem- bly requires special tools as well as access to a torch to head the slider for complete removal of all parts. Because special tools and procedures are 9. Remove the spark plug with a spark plug cold plug for hard summer riding and a wrench.
Place the motorcycle on its centerstand, then a. Remove the gasket Figure 28 and O-ring A, Figure 29. Switch assembly with O-ring 4. The book includes all you will need to know to keep your Yamaha running right. Withdraw the shift fork shafts and shift forks from both transmission shafts as described in this chapter. Inspect the teeth on the starter driven gear and on the idler gear.
Tighten the spark plugs to a torque of 14 ft. Remove the solenoid from its rubber holder Fig- the following. Mark all parts as they are disassembled so that they will be installed in their same locations. Separate the stator wiring harness from the 4. Front Fork Oil Change To gain access to the fork caps, it is necessary to partially remove the handlebar assembly. Look for chipped or missing teeth.