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    HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL CONTENTS This manual describes effective maintenance procedure for the S-Five manufactured by DAELIM Motor Co., Ltd. To ensure safety and optimal operating conditions of the vehicle, carry out regular inspections according to the SERVICE INFORMATION maintenance schedule (Section 2).

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    8. Flammable nitrogen gas is generated during charging the battery so charging must be performed in well-ventilated area and free of the open fire and spark. SERVICE RULES 1. Parts and lubrication oil must be DAELIM genuine or 2. Before maintenance, remove deposit or dust from the recommended parts.

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    SERVICE INFORMATION 3. Store the parts of each system discriminatively to install 4. After removing gasket, O-ring, piston pin clip and cotter each part in the right place. pin, always replace them with the new one. When removing the snap ring, it can be easily missed after transformation or installation.

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    SERVICE INFORMATION 11. Maintenance needed to use the specialized tools must 12. Never reuse the ball bearing removed with the ball performed with the right tool. applied pressure when removing press-fitted the bearing. 13. Check the smooth rotation of inner or outer race of the 14.

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    SERVICE INFORMATION 19. Install the oil seal so that the manufacturer marked 20. Connect the tube until the tube fully inserted in the surface directs outer surface.(direction not covered joint. Install the clip if it is supplied. Replace the tube with oil) having slacked end.

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    SERVICE INFORMATION CAUTION WHEN WIRING •Each cord must be connected depending on its color. •When measuring voltage or resistance of the cord When connecting different cord, attach color tube terminal using tester, contact the tester plug behind of around the connector. Connect the coupler to the the coupler.

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    SERVICE INFORMATION •Turn off the main switch before connecting/dis- •When disconnecting the coupler, disconnect it while connecting. holding the coupler body. Pull while holding the wire •Release the lock to disconnect the lock of the coupler. harness cord and do not remove the coupler connection. •The lock of the coupler has two types according to releasing method(press type and pull type) so release it properly according to the shape.

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    SERVICE INFORMATION •Insert the connector until the vinyl cover is fully •When removing T-start, broaden the groove of T-start inserted into the terminal. using the wiring driver and release the torque. •The opening of the vinyl cover must face at the ground •Connect the harness and the hose to T-start and then direction but in case of the plain connector, the draining insert until the groove is locked.

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    SERVICE INFORMATION •In case that the wire harness is contacted with the end or •The wire must not hang down or be pulled excessively. the sharp edge, protect both parts with tube or tape. NOT TO PULL! •If necessary, lock the wire harness properly. •When mounting parts, make sure that the wire harness is not pressed by the parts.

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    SERVICE INFORMATION SERIAL NUMBER LOCATION ENGINE SERIAL NUMBER LOCATION FRAME SERIAL NUMBER LOCATION...

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    SERVICE INFORMATION MAINTENANCE INFORMATION SPECIFICATIONS TYPE OF VEHICLE S-Five FRAME TYPE UNDER BONE 1,795mm 8.0m(30km/h VELOCITY) OVERALL LENGTH BRAKING DISTANCE OVERALL WIDTH 698mm MIN. REVOLUTION RADIUS 1,800mm 1,114mm AIR-COOLED OVERALL HEIGHT COOLING TYPE WHEEL BASE 1,260mm STARTING STARTER MOTOR, KICK SJ50E 2-CYCLE MOTOR TYPE...

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    SERVICE INFORMATION ITEM STANDARD USE LIMITS FUEL SYSTEM FUEL TANK CAPACITY FULL CAPACITY 6ℓ AIR CLEANER TYPE Urethane Foam CARBURETOR SETTING MARK P B1 1P VENTURI DIAMETER 16.0mm AIR SCREW OPENING 1 1/4 Rotation FLOAT LEVEL 8.0mm IDLING RPMS 1,800±100rpm NO.

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    SERVICE INFORMATION ITEM STANDARD USE LIMITS CLUTCH Automatic Centrifugal CLUTCH AUTOMATIC TYPE Continuously Variable Transmission CLUTCH OUTER DIAMETER 107.0-107.2mm 107.5mm 3.0mm 2.0mm CLUTCH LINING THICKNESS 17.5mm 16.5mm DRIVE BELT WIDTH MOVABLE DRIVE FACE BUSH INSIDE DIAMETER 20.035-20.085mm 20.60mm BOSS OUTSIDE DIAMETER 20.011-20.025mm 19.97mm 15.920-16.080mm...

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    SERVICE INFORMATION ITEM STANDARD USE LIMITS IGNITION SYSTEM B8HSA SPARK PLUG STANDARD 0.6~0.7mm PLUG GAP BTDC 17。 ±2。 /1,800rpm IGNITION TIMING F MARK over 120V PEAK VOLTAGE IGNITION COIL(PRIMARY VOLTAGE) over 120V EXCITE COIL PULSE GENERATOR over 1.5V IGNITION COIL RESISTANCE VALUES(20℃) PRIMARY COIL 0.1-0.5Ω...

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    SERVICE INFORMATION TWIST TORQUE STANDARD TWIST TORQUE TYPE TWIST TORQUE TYPE TWIST TORQUE 0.4㎏f · m 5mm BOLT, NUT 0.5㎏f·m 5mm SCREW 0.9㎏f · m 6mm BOLT, NUT 1.0㎏f·m 6mm SCREW 1.2㎏f · m 8mm BOLT, NUT 2.2㎏f·m 6mm SCREW FLANGE BOLT, NUT 2.7㎏f ·...

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    SERVICE INFORMATION FRAME PARTS REFERENCE NUMBER SCREW DIAMETER TWIST TORQUE TWIST PART STEERING STEM LOCK NUT 7.0㎏f·m HANDLE POST TWIST NUT 5.0㎏f·m 1.0㎏f·m FRONT BRAKE LEVER PIVOT BOLT 1.0㎏f·m FRONT BRAKE LEVER PIVOT NUT 0.3㎏f·m REAR BRAKE LEVER PIVOT SCREW 0.4㎏f·m REAR BRAKE LEVER PIVOT NUT 1.2㎏f·m...

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    SERVICE INFORMATION SPECIALIZED TOOLS CHAPTER TOOL NAME TOOL NO. USAGE FLOAT LEVEL GAUGE 07401-001000 Carburetor Oil Level Measurement BEARING DIRVER 07945-GC80000 Change of Driven Face Outer Bearing 07936-3710300 Disassembly of Driven Face Needle Bearing BEARING REMOVER 07936-3710100 REMOVER HANDLE REMOVER WEIGHT 07741-0010201 DRIVER HANDLE A 07749-0010000...

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    SERVICE INFORMATION LUBRICATION OIL ENGINE PARTS APPLICATION AREAS OIL TYPE CAUTIONARY SUGGESTIONS CRANK CASE JOINING FACE Gasket Fluid(TB 1215) CRANK CASE REVOLUTION PART Ultra-2 Super, 2-Cycle Oil CYLINDER BIG REVOLUTION PART, FRICTION PART (Separation Lubrication Use) TRANSMISSION(FINAL REDUCTION) SAE 80W/90 Capacity : 0.09ℓ...

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    SERVICE INFORMATION SYMBOLS The following symbols appear in this manual and offer cautionary suggestions which need to be heeded when performing maintenance work on the vehicle. SYMBOL CAUTION SYMBOL CAUTION Indicates an important step or operation. Indicates special caution needed. CAUTION Possibility of resulting in minor WARNING...

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    SERVICE INFORMATION WIRING DIAGRAM PRESS TO ATTACH THE SEL. SECTION TO THE PIPE. WINKER REALY DIMMER S/W UNIT SPEEDOMETER ASS'Y LIGHTING S/W UNIT WINKER S/W UNIT STARTER S/W UNIT HORN S/W UNIT THROTTLE CABLE FR. BRAKE HOSE RR. BRAKE CABLE SPEEDOMETER CORD SPEEDOMETER CABLE THROTTLE CABLE...

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    SERVICE INFORMATION FRAME EARTH TERMINAL RESISTER CONNECTING CONNECTOR ROLL THE HES. CLAMP WITH THE CORD SECURELY. AUTO BY STARTER S/W CORD 5W 6.7Ω REGULATE RECTIFIER HEADLIGHT TIE-DOWN COUPLER CONNECTING COUPLER COMBI LOCK S/W TIE-DOWN COUPLER WIRE HARNESS LIGHT COMP. CONNECTING CONNECTOR SPEEDOMETER CORD FUEL VENT TUBE SEAT LOCK CABLE...

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    SERVICE INFORMATION RR. BRAKE CABLE THROTTLE CABLE SEAT LOCK CABLE WIRE HARNESS BATTERY ASS'Y HIGH TENSION CORD ROLL THE HES. CLAMP WITH THE CORD SECURELY. PRESS TO ATTACH THE SEL. SECTION TO THE PIPE. I/G COIL STARTER MOTOR ENGINE EARTH TIGHT AT THE SAME TIME ACG.

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    2. INSPECTIONS/ADJUSTMENTS SERVICE INFORMATION BRAKE FLUID REGULAR INSPECTION SCHEDULE BRAKE PAD/SHOE FUEL LINE (FUEL TUBE) BRAKE SYSTEM FUEL LINE FOR CLOGGING HEADLIGHT ADJUSTMENT THROTTLE GRIP OPERATION SIDE STAND AIR CLEANER SUSPENSION SPARK PLUG BOLTS, NUTS, FASTENERS CYLINDER COMPRESSION PRESSURE WHEELS/TIRES CARBURETOR IDLING STEERING HEAD BEARING 2-10...

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    INSPECTIONS/ADJUSTMENTS REGULAR INSPECTION SCHEDULE Carry out pre-operation check at each scheduled maintenance period based on the information described in the owner’s manual. I : INSPECT AND CLEAN, ADJUST, LUBRICATE OR REPLACE IF NECESSARY. R : REPLACE L : LUBRICATE C : CLEAN ODOMETER READING(NOTE 1) FREQUENCY REMARK...

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    INSPECTIONS/ADJUSTMENTS FUEL LINE(FUEL TUBE) ● Remove the luggage box.( 3-3) ● Check the fuel tube of the fuel auto cock connected to the fuel tank and carburetor. If the fuel tube is cranked, damaged or leaks, replace it. FUEL TUBE FUEL AUTO COCK FUEL LINE FOR CLOGGING FUEL TANK...

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    INSPECTIONS/ADJUSTMENTS ● For adjustment, loosen the lock nut and turn adjuster. ● After adjusting, tighten lock nut. After adjustment is completed, recheck the throttle grip free play. LOCK NUT ADJUSTER AIR CLEANER AIR CLEANER COVER ● Loosen the 5 setting screw assembled to the air cleaner case cover, and then remove the air cleaner case cover.

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    INSPECTIONS/ADJUSTMENTS SPARK PLUG ● Remove the plug maintenance cover. ● Remove the spark plug cap and disassemble the plug. PLUG MAINTENANCE COVER SPARK PLUG CAP ● Check the plug for damage, contamination or deposits. ● If the spark plugs are severely contaminated or damaged, raplace with new ones.

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    INSPECTIONS/ADJUSTMENTS CARBURETOR IDLING ● Stand the vehicle on the main stand. ● Heat the engine to make accurate idling inspection and adjustment. ● Verify all engine adjustments satisfy specifications. Make adjustments, if necessary. ● Turn the throttle stop screw and make adjustments to prescribed idling speed.

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    INSPECTIONS/ADJUSTMENTS BRAKE PAD/SHOE BRAKE PAD REPLACEMENT ● Check the brake pads for wear. ● If the red mark on the pad reaches the brake disc, replace the pads. NOTE RED MARK •Replace the brake pads in sets. BRAKE SHOE REPLACEMENT ●...

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    INSPECTIONS/ADJUSTMENTS REAR BRAKE FREE PLAY ADJUSTMENT ● Turn the adjuster nut to adjust the free play. ● After initial adjustment, check the operation of the rear brake light switch. Make additional adjustments, if necessary. ADJUSTER NUT HEADLIGHT ADJUSTMENT ● Adjust the headlight beam level by operating the adjusting screw located on the upper side of the front fender.

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    INSPECTIONS/ADJUSTMENTS SUSPENSION NOTE •Do not ride motor cycle with an unsatisfactory suspension. Loose or worn suspension parts will lead to deterioration in the vehicle’s safety and operation efficiency. FRONT WHEEL ● Hold the brake lever, and compress the front cushion up and down several times to check the operating conditions.

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    INSPECTIONS/ADJUSTMENTS ● Check the tread depth at the tire center. ● If the tread depth has reached the service limit, replace the tire. SERVICE LIMIT : 4.0mm 7.5mm STEERING HEAD BEARING NOTE •Check the cable if it interferes with the handle operation.

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    3. EXTERNAL PARTS SERVICE INFORMATION FRONT COVER MAINTENANCE PRECEDURE FRONT FENDER LUGGAGE BOX INNER BOX PLUG MAINTENANCE FRONT UNDER COVER COVER/CENTER COVER FRONT HANDLE COVER REAR CARRIER REAR HANDLE COVER BODY COVER MUFFLER TAILLIGHT BASE REAR FENDER FLOOR SIDE COVER REAR WHEEL MUD GUARD FLOOR PANEL UNDER COVER...

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    EXTERNAL PARTS MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE NAMES OF FRAME COVERS ● This chart shows arrows connected in the order of disassembling covers. ① LUGGAGE BOX ⑦ FLOOR SIDE COVER ⑩ FRONT COVER ⑭ FRONT HANDLE COVER ② PLUG MAINTENANCE ⑮ REAR HANDLE ⑧...

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    EXTERNAL PARTS LUGGAGE BOX WASHER BOLT FLANGE BOLT ● Release the seat lock using the main key to open the seat. ● Loosen 4 washer bolts and 2 flange bolts. ● Remove the oil tank cap and the fuel tank cap. NOTE •Luggage box can be removed with the seat.

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    EXTERNAL PARTS TAILLIGHT BASE WASHER BOLT TAILLIGHT WIRING ● Remove the luggage box. ( 3-3) ● Remove the center cover. ( 3-3) ● Remove the rear carrier. ( 3-3) ● Remove the body cover. ( 3-3) ● Loosen 2 washer bolt securing the frame. ●...

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    EXTERNAL PARTS ENGINE HANGER SIDE COVER ● Loosen the 2 washer screw securing the engine hanger side cover. ● Install in the reverse order of removal. WASHER SCREW FRONT COVER ● Loosen the upper cover set screws (R/L) securing the SPECIAL BOLT inner box.

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    EXTERNAL PARTS FRONT UNDER COVER ● Remove the front cover. ( 3-5) ● Remove the inner box. ( 3-5) ● Remove the front fender. ( 3-5) ● Remove the front wheel. ( 10-5 ) FLANGE FLANGE ● Loosen the flange bolts securing the lower end of the BOLT BOLT inner box.

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    EXTERNAL PARTS MUFFLER FLANGE BOLT ● Loosen the 3 flange nuts securing the EX pipe comp. ● Loosen the 2 flange bolts securing the R. crankcase. ● Loosen the 2 flange bolts securing the rear wheel mud FLANGE BOLT guard. ●...

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    EXTERNAL PARTS REAR WHEEL MED GUARD FLANGE BOLT ● Loosen the 2 flange bolts securing the EX muffler. ● Loosen the flange bolt securing the air cleaner. ● Loosen the flange bolt securing the inlet pipe. ● Remove the rear wheel mud guard. ●...

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    4. LUBRICATION SYSTEM SERVICE INFORMATION OIL PUMP BLEEDING TROUBLESHOOTING ENGINE OIL LEVEL INSPECTION OIL SYSTEM DRAWING TRANSMISSION OIL INSPECTION OIL PUMP DISASSEMBLY/ OIL TANK DISASSEMBLY ASSEMBLY LUBRICATION POINTS OIL PUMP INSPECTION/ ADJUSTMENT SERVICE INFORMATION CAUTION ·Remove air from oil tube and oil pump if the oil tube is taken off or if air enters the oil tube. ●...

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    LUBRICATION SYSTEM OIL SYSTEM DRAWING OIL TANK OIL TUBE OIL PUMP CONTROL CABLE CARBURETOR OIL PUMP ANCHOR PLATE OIL PASS TUBE OIL PUMP...

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    LUBRICATION SYSTEM OIL PUMP DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY OIL PUMP CONTROL CABLE ● Remove the luggage box. ( 3-3) ● Remove the rear wheel mud guard. ( 3-8 ) ● Remove the air cleaner. ( 5-4 ) INLET PIPE ● Remove the carburetor. ( 5-4 ) ●...

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    LUBRICATION SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT CAUTION •Perform after inspection and adjustment of throttle CONTROL cable. LEVER ● Check to see if the matching mark of the oil pump body and control lever are aligned in a state where the throttle grip is completely rotated. ●...

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    LUBRICATION SYSTEM OIL PUMP/OIL TUBE ● Fill the oil tank with engine oil. ● Cap around the oil pump and the carburetor with dry cloth. ● Locate the end of the oil tube in the level lower than the oil tank and drain the oil to bleed the air. OIL TUBE ●...

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    LUBRICATION SYSTEM ● Connect the oil pump and then the carburetor quickly with the both ends of the tube pressed to avoid the air from entering. NOTE •Make sure that the tubes are arranged correctly. ● Start the engine. NOTE •Do not start the engine in the poorly-ventilated area.

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    LUBRICATION SYSTEM ● Remove the oil tank cap and fill the oil tank with oil to the level of the projected portion RECOMMENDED OIL : ULTRA 2 SUPER OIL ● Reinstall the oil tank cap and check to see if the pilot lamp turns off when the main swich is turned on.

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    LUBRICATION SYSTEM OIL TANK DISASSEMBLY FLANGE BOLT ● Remove the luggage box. ● Remove the oil level switch connector. ● Remove the tube in the oil pump. ● Install the tube clip or the valve in the oil tube to avoid the oil from leaking.

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    LUBRICATIAON SYSTEM LUBRICATION POINTS GREASE THROTTLE SPEEDOMETER THROTTLE GRIP BRAKE HOSE GREASE STEERING BEARING WHEEL BEARING WHEEL BEARING GREASE SIDE STAND PIVOT SPEEDOMETER GEAR BOX GREASE GREASE GREASE...

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    FUEL SYSTEM FUEL TANK FUEL STRAINER AUTO COCK FUEL TUBE CARBURETOR...

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    5. FUEL SYSTEM SERVICE INFORMATION CARBURETOR REMOVAL/ INSTALLATION TROUBLESHOOTING CARBURETOR INSPECTION FUEL TANK THROTTLE VALVE AIR CLEANER REMOVAL FUEL AUTO COCK AIR CLEANER ELEMENT DISASSEMBLY INLET PIPE REED VALVE SERVICE INFORMATION GENERAL SAFETY WARNING ● Gasoline is extremely flammable. Avoid fire in the work place, also paying particular attention to sparks. Furthermore, the evaporated (gasified) gasoline is highly explosive.

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    FUEL SYSTEM TROUBLESHOOTING Back firing The vehicle does not start. ● Ignition system is damaged. ● No gasoline in fuel tank. ● Mixture is too lean. ● Fuel is not coming out of carburetor. ● Too much fuel is flowing into cylinder. ●...

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    FUEL SYSTEM FUEL TANK REMOVAL WARNING •Gasoline is extremely flammable. Avoid fire during work, and pay particular attention to electric sparks. Furthemore, the evaporated (gasified) gasoline is highly explosive. Work in a well-ventilated areas. ● Remove the following parts. FUEL TUBE B - Luggage box.

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    FUEL SYSTEM AIR CLEANER REMOVAL FLANGE BOLT WASHER ● Loosen the air cleaner connecting bend screw pin. SCREW ● Loosen the 2 bottom air cleaner washer bolts. ● Loosen the top rear fender flange bolt. ● Remove the air cleaner from the carburetor. ●...

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    FUEL SYSTEM CARBURETOR DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY ● Remove the auto by starter cover. ● Loosen the 2 washer screws ● Remove the auto by starter set plate. WASHER SCREW ● Remove the auto by starter. AUTO BY ● Remove the auto by starter O-ring. STARTER COVER AUTO BY STARTER ●...

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    FUEL SYSTEM CARBURETOR CLEANING ● After removing all parts, blow open air and fuel passages in the carburetor body with compressed air. CAUTION •Cleaning the air and fuel passages with a piece of wire will damage the carburetor body or fuel pump. ●...

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    FUEL SYSTEM ● Connect the battery to the auto bystarter terminals and wait for 5 minutes. ● Insert a vinyl tube into the fuel enrichening circuit and blow into the tube. ● Air should not flow into the circuit. If air flows into the circuit, replace the auto bystarter.

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    FUEL SYSTEM FUEL AUTO COCK REMOVAL/INSTALLATION ● Remove the luggage box. (⇨3-3) ● Remove the plug maintenance cover. (⇨3-3) ● Remove the center cover. (⇨3-3) ● Remove the rear carrier. (⇨3-3) ● Remove the body cover. (⇨3-3) ● Remove the fuel tube A, B connected to the carburetor. ●...

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    FUEL SYSTEM INLET PIPE•REED VALVE REMOVAL/INSTALLATION ● Remove the luggage box. (⇨3-3) FLANGE ● Remove the air cleaner. (⇨5-4) FLANGE BOLT ● Remove the carburetor. (⇨5-4) BOLT ● Remove the negative pressure tube connected to the inlet pipe. ● Remove the oil pump cable. (⇨4-3) ●...

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    ENGINE REMOVAL/INSTALLATION...

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    6. ENGINE REMOVAL/INSTALLATION SERVICE INFORMATION ENGINE REMOVAL/INSTALLATION ENGINE HANGER LINK REMOVAL SERVICE INFORMATION GENERAL SAFETY NOTE •Use a jack to remove or install the engine. Support the motorcycle with a jack firmly, taking precautions not to damage the frame, engine, cable or harness. •Attach tape to the frame to protect it during the engine removal or installation.

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    ENGINE REMOVAL/INSTALLATION ENGINE REMOVAL/INSTALLATION OIL TUBE CAP TOP ● Remove the luggage box. (⇨3-3 ) ● Remove the plug maintenance cover. (⇨3-3 ) ● Remove the center cover. (⇨3-3 ) ● Disconnect the AC generater coupler. (⇨13-7 ) ●Disconnect the carburetor auto bystarter coupler. ●...

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    ENGINE REMOVAL/INSTALLATION ● Check the following after the engine is assembled. -Electric systems. -Adjust of the rear brake free play. -Inspection of the throttle cable operation. -Inspection of the oil pump cable operation. ENGINE HANGER LINK REMOVAL U NUT ● Remove the luggage box. (⇨3-3 ) ●...

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    KICK STARTER/CONTINUOUSLY VARIABLE TRANSMISSION SHOE SPRING GUIDE PIN CLUTCH SHOE CLUTCH OUTER MOVABLE DRIVEN MOVABLE DRIVEN FACE DRIVE PLATE FACE SPRING DRIVEN FACE DRIVE BELT DRIVE FACE KICK DRIVEN GEAR DRIVE FACE BOSS RAMP PLATE WEIGHT ROLLER MOVABLE DRIVE FACE KICK STARTER SPINDLE KICK STARTER RETURN SPRING KICK SPINDLE BUSH...

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    7. KICK STARTER/CONTINUOUSLY VARIABLE TRANSMISSION SERVICE INFORMATION DRIVE BELT TROUBLESHOOTING DRIVE PULLEY L. SIDE COVER REMOVAL CLUTCH/DRIVEN PULLEY KICK STARTER SERVICE INFORMATION GENERAL SAFETY ● Do not allow oil to contact the drive belt or the pulley face. The transmission rate of driving force is reduced with oil contact.

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    KICK STARTER/CONTINUOUSLY VARIABLE TRANSMISSION L. SIDE COVER REMOVAL ● Remove the 13 flange bolts securing L. side cover. ● Remove the rear brake cable clamp. ● Remove the L. side cover gasket. ● Remove the dowel pin. ● Install in the reverse order of removal. L.

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    KICK STARTER/CONTINUOUSLY VARIABLE TRANSMISSION KICK STARTER INSTALLATION ● Install the kick spindle bush, spring in the L. side cover. ● Install the kick starter spindle in the L. side cover. ● Install the kick starter spindle washer. ● Install the 14mm external circlip in the L. side cover. ●...

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    KICK STARTER/CONTINUOUSLY VARIABLE TRANSMISSION DRIVE BELT REMOVAL ● Remove the L. side cover. ( 7-2 ) ● Hold the clutch outer using the universal holder and remove the nut. ● Remove the clutch outer. TOOL: UNIVERSAL HOLDER CAUTION ·Use the special tool when loosening the lock nut. L.

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    ● Replace the belt if the service limit is exceeded. SERVICE LIMIT : 16.5mm NOTE ·Use only a genuine DAELIM replacement drive belt. ·Do not get oil or grease on the drive belt or pulley faces. Clean off any grease or oil before reinstalling.

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    KICK STARTER/CONTINUOUSLY VARIABLE TRANSMISSION DRIVE PULLEY REMOVAL ● Remove the L. side cover. ( 7-2 ) ) X h @ ) X ? g @ V / X g @ ? V / X ? f @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? ? V / X f @ ? h f V / X ? e @ ? h f ? V / X e N 1 e...

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    KICK STARTER/CONTINUOUSLY VARIABLE TRANSMISSION MOVABLE DRIVE FACE INSPECTION ● The weight rollers push on the movable drive pulley face (by centrifugal force); worn or damaged weight rollers will interfere with this force. ● Check the rollers for wear or damage and replace as necessary.

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    KICK STARTER/CONTINUOUSLY VARIABLE TRANSMISSION DRIVE FACE INSTALLATION ● Squeeze the drive belt into the pulley groove and pull the drive belt over the drive face shaft. ● Hold the drive pulley face using the clutch center holder and tighten the nut to the specified torque. TORQUE VALUE : 5.5kgf·m TOOL : CLUTCH CENTER HOLDER ●...

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    KICK STARTER/CONTINUOUSLY VARIABLE TRANSMISSION 28mm SPECIAL NUT DISASSEMBLY ● The clutch/driven face are assembled toward the clutch spring compressor. CAUTION ·Make sure that the boss portions of the clutch/driven face are matched with the clutch spring compressor hole. TOOL : CLUTCH SPRING COMPRESSOR ●...

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    KICK STARTER/CONTINUOUSLY VARIABLE TRANSMISSION Clutch Shoe Inspection ● Measure the thickness of each shoe ; replace if the service limit is exceeded. SERVICE LIMIT : 2.0mm Movable Driven Face Spring Inspection ● Measure the free length of the driven pulley spring and replace if the service limit is exceeded.

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    KICK STARTER/CONTINUOUSLY VARIABLE TRANSMISSION CLUTCH SHOE REPLACEMENT ● Remove the E-clip and washers, then remove the clutch shoes and shoe springs from the drive plate. NOTE ·Some models use one retainer plate instead of three washers. ● Check the shoe springs for damage or loss of tension. ●...

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    KICK STARTER/CONTINUOUSLY VARIABLE TRANSMISSION ● Install the E-clip and washers or retainer plate into the pivot pins. NOTE ·Apply only to the belt type gearless transmission. ·Wipe the grease came out from the pivot pin thoroughly. DRIVEN FACE BEARING REPLACEMENT ●...

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    KICK STARTER/CONTINUOUSLY VARIABLE TRANSMISSION CLUTCH/DRIVEN PULLEY ASSEMBLY ● Install new oil seals and O-rings on the movable driven pulley face. ●Lubricate the inside of the movable face with the specified amount of grease. GREASE APPLICATION : 5.0~5.5g ● Install the movable face on the driven pulley face. ●...

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    CYLINDER HEAD/CYLINDER/PISTON CYLINDER HEAD BOLT CYLINDER HEAD CYLINDER HEAD GASKET CYLINDER TOP RING SECOND RING EXPANDER CYLINDER GASKET STOPPER PIN PISTON CLIP PISTON PIN NEEDLE BEARING...

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    8. CYLINDER HEAD/CYLINDER/PISTON SERVICES INFORMATION TROUBLESHOOTING FAN COVER, SHROUD REMOVAL CYLINDER HEAD/ CYLINDER/ PISTON SERVICE INFORMATION GENERAL SAFETY ● Take precautions not to damage the joint part with a driver when removing the cylinder, or not to damage the cooling pin by striking the cylinder too hard.

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    CYLINDER HEAD/CYLINDER/PISTON FAN COVER, SHROUD REMOVAL ● Remove the luggage box. ( 3-3 ) ● Remove the plug maintenance cover. ( 3-3 ) ● Remove the center cover. ( 3-3 ) ● Remove the floor side cover. ( 3-4 ) ●...

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    CYLINDER HEAD/CYLINDER/PISTON CYLINDER HEAD/ CYLINDER/ PISTON REMOVAL ● Remove the luggage box. ( 3-3 ) ● Remove the plug maintenance cover. ( 3-3 ) ● Remove the center cover. ( 3-3 ) ● Remove the floor side cover. ( 3-4 ) ●...

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    CYLINDER HEAD/CYLINDER/PISTON ● Remove the piston. ● Remove the piston ring. ● Remove the expander. ● Remove the needle bearing from the small end of the connecting rod. BEARING NOTE ·Do not damage or scratch the piston. ·Do not apply side force to the connecting rod. ·Do not let the clip fall into the crankcase.

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    CYLINDER HEAD/CYLINDER/PISTON Cylinder Wear Inspection ● Inspect the cylinder wall for scratches and wear. NOTE ·Inspect the area near T.D.C (Top Dend Center) carefully. This area is especially subject to wear due to the possibility of borderline lubrication fro heat and top ring compression.

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    CYLINDER HEAD/CYLINDER/PISTON Piston Pin Inspection ● Measure the piston pin O.D. at three points. ● Replace the piston pin if the service limit is exceeded. SERVICE LIMIT : 11.98mm Piston Pin Bore Inspection ● Measure the piston pin bore I.D. in an X and Y axis. Take the maximum reading to determine the I.D.

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    CYLINDER HEAD/CYLINDER/PISTON ● Coat the needle bearing (2-stroke engine only) and piston pin with the recommended oil. Lubricate the piston pin 2-Stroke engine : Recommended engine oil. NOTE ·Place a clean shop towel over the crankcase to prevent the clip from falling into the crankcase. ●...

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    TRANSMISSION/CRANKSHAFT/CRANKCASE...

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    9. TRANSMISSION/CRANKSHAFT/CRANKCASE SERVICE INFORMATION CRANKSHAFT REMOVAL TROUBLESHOOTING CRANKCASE BEARING REMOVAL 9-6 TRANSMISSION CRANKSHAFT INSTALLATION SERVICE INFORMATION GENERAL SAFETY ● This section describes how to remove the crank case and to maintain the transmission and the crankshaft. ● Always use special tools to change the drive shaft. Fix the bearing inner race, andn install the shaft. ●...

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    TRANSMISSION/CRANKSHAFT/CRANKCASE TRANSMISSION DISASSEMBLY ● Remove the L. side cover. ( 7-2 ) ● Remove the continuously variable transmission. ( SECTION 7 ) ● Remove the exhaust muffler. ( 3-7 ) ● Remove the rear wheel. ( 11-3) ● Install the oil sump under the cover of transmission. ●...

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    TRANSMISSION/CRANKSHAFT/CRANKCASE ● Inspect the final shaft for wear or damage. ● Inspect the countershaft for wear or damage. Bearing Inspection ● Manually turn the bearing inner race installed inside the transmission cover, and check if the race is turning smoothly. ●...

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    TRANSMISSION/CRANKSHAFT/CRANKCASE TRANSMISSION ASSEMBLY ● Install the drive shaft on the transmission cover. ● Install a new drive shaft oil seal. TOOL : CRANK ASSEMBLY ● Install the thrust washer, final gear and counter gear, side washer on the L. crankcase. ●...

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    TRANSMISSION/CRANKSHAFT/CRANKCASE CRANKSHAFT REMOVAL ● Loosen the 6 R. crankcase flange bolts. ● Secure a crankcase puller on the R. crankcase and remove the R. crankcase from the L. crankcase. TOOL : CRANKCASE PULLER(0751-00003) ● Secure a crankcase puller on the L. crankcase and remove the crankshaft from the L.

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    TRANSMISSION/CRANKSHAFT/CRANKCASE ● Measure the side gap between the connecting rod big end and the crank weight. SERVICE LIMIT : 0.6mm ● Check the vertical shaft play of the connecting rod big end from the X and Y direction. SERVICE LIMIT : 0.05mm CRANKCASE BEARING REMOVAL ●...

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    TRANSMISSION/CRANKSHAFT/CRANKCASE ● Apply clean engine oil to a new bearing, and assemble it to the crank case. ● Install a new final gear oil seal. CRANKSHAFT INSTALLATION ● Apply clean engine oil to the new R. crankshaft bearing, and press in the bearing into the R. crank case. TOOLS : DRIVER HANDLE A OUTER DRIVER 52x55mm DRIVER PILOT 20mm...

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    TRANSMISSION/CRANKSHAFT/CRANKCASE ● Apply a liquid gasket to the L. crankcase joining face, install the dowel pins. ● Install the R. crankcase. ● Install the 6 flange bolts. NOTE ·Make sure that there is no adhesion of gasoline to the R., L. crankcase liquid gasket face. ·Do not apply excessive liquid gasket fluid excessively.

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    FRONT WHEEL/FRONT FORK/STEERING 10-0...

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    10. FRONT WHEEL/FRONT FORK/STEERING SERVICE INFORMATION 10-1 TUBELESS TIRE 10-9 TROUBLESHOOTING 10-2 FRONT FORK 10-14 STEERING HANDLE 10-3 STEERING STEM 10-20 FRONT WHEEL 10-5 SERVICE INFORMATION GENERAL SAFETY CAUTION ● Keep oil or brake fluid off the brake disk and pad because the contaminated brake disk and pad reduces the braking performance.

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    FRONT WHEEL/FRONT FORK/STEERING TROUBLESHOOTING Hard steering ● Steering bearing adjustment nut too tight. ● Faulty steering stem bearings. ● Damaged steering stem bearings. ● Insufficient tire pressure. Steers to one side or does not track straight ● Unevenly adjusted right and left shock absorbers. ●...

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    FRONT WHEEL/FRONT FORK/STEERING STEERING HANDLE REMOVAL ● Remove the front cover. ( 3-5 ) ● Remove the front handle cover. ( 3-6 ) ● Remove the rear handle cover. ( 3-6 ) ● Removal must be performed with the rear handle cover and the speedometer installed.

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    ● Install the rear brake cable, front brake hose, speedometer cable to the handle cable guide. ● Apply DAELIM Bond A to the inside surface of the grip and to the clean surface of the left handle bar. Wait 3~6 minutes and install the grip.

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    FRONT WHEEL/FRONT FORK/STEERING FRONT WHEEL REMOVAL ● Remove screws from the speedometer gear box, and separate the speedometer cable. NOTE ·Loosen axle nuts. Support bottom of engine with a jack until the front wheel is lifted. ● Loosen the axle nut. ●...

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    FRONT WHEEL/FRONT FORK/STEERING Bearing Inspection ● Manually turn the bearing inner race, and replace if it makes noise or is worn. Check if the bearing outer race is accurately fitted into the wheel hub, and replace worn ones. NOTE ·Replace bearings in pairs (left and right set). FRONT WHEEL DISASSEMBLY ●...

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    FRONT WHEEL/FRONT FORK/STEERING WHEEL BEARING REPLACEMENT ● Install the bearing remover head and the remover shaft on the wheel, and remove the bearing and distance collar. NOTE ·Always replace bearings in pairs, and never use old bearings. TOOLS : BEARING REMOVER HEAD BEARING REMOVER ●...

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    FRONT WHEEL/FRONT FORK/STEERING FRONT WHEEL ASSEMBLY ● Apply grease to the right side dust seal rim. ● Install the right side dust seal. ● Install the brake disk. ● Install disk bolts. TORUE VALUE : 3.9kgf·m ● Install the front brake collar A. ●...

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    FRONT WHEEL/FRONT FORK/STEERING ● Apply grease to the dust seal rim. ● Install the dust seal, and align the tangs of the speedometer gear retainer with the gear groove to assemble the speedometer gear box. TUBELESS TIRE REMOVAL ● Remove the wheel. NOTE ·Single brake disk type : To prevent damage to the disk, place the wheel on the level surface with the...

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    FRONT WHEEL/FRONT FORK/STEERING ● Be sure that the bead is completely collapsed. ● In case of the tube type tire, insert the tire lever from the opposite side of the valve and raise the bead over the rim. ● On tubeless tires, insert the tire lever from the valve side and raise the bead over the rim.

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    FRONT WHEEL/FRONT FORK/STEERING RIM VALVE REPLACEMENT ● Cut off the rim valve at its base. ● Apply mild detergent solution to a replacement rim valve and insert it from inside of the rim. NOTE ·Be sure to use the recommended rim valve. ·Do not damage the valve hole.

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    FRONT WHEEL/FRONT FORK/STEERING ● If the tire has an light mark (yellow paint mark), install the tire with this mark aligned with the valve. ● If the tire has an arrow mark, install the tire with the mark pointing in the direction of rotation. ●...

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    FRONT WHEEL/FRONT FORK/STEERING ● After 3/4 of the bead has been installed, check the bead on the opposite side. Be sure it is still in the center of the rim. NOTE ·The last portion of the bead is more difficult to install.

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    FRONT WHEEL/FRONT FORK/STEERING NOTE ·For tubeless tires, you may hear a loud sound as the bead seats onto the rim. This is normal. ·For tubeless tires, if air leaks out from between the rim and bead, let the wheel stand with the valve at the bottom and put air in while pushing down on the tire.

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    FRONT WHEEL/FRONT FORK/STEERING ● Loosen the 2 steering stem front fork R., L. stay bolts. ● Remove the front fork. FRONT FORK DISASSEMBLY ● Remove the fork tube cap bolt. NOTE ·If the screw is completely loosened, the fork tube cap SPRING bolt may spring out by the force fo the spring.

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    FRONT WHEEL/FRONT FORK/STEERING NOTE ·If the socket bolt turns idle but cannot be removed, temporarily assemble the spring and the fork tube cap bolt first. ·Hold the bottom case firmly with a vise, taking precautions not to distort or damage it. ●...

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    FRONT WHEEL/FRONT FORK/STEERING ● Remove the fork tube from the bottom case. ● Remove the piston and rebound spring from the fork tube. FRONT FORK INSPECTION ● Place the fork spring on a level place, and measure the free length. ●...

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    FRONT WHEEL/FRONT FORK/STEERING ● Wrap the bottom case with a piece of cloth, and fix it to the vise. ● Apply screw locking agent to the socket bolt thread, and assemble the socket bolt to the fork piston. TORQUE VALUE : 2.0kgf·m NOTE ·When a vise is used to hold the bottom case, do not insert the case itself but insert the bracket.

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    FRONT WHEEL/FRONT FORK/STEERING ● Assemble the spring to the fork pipe. NOTE ·Install the spring with the smaller pitch side facing downward. ● Assemble the fork bolt to the fork tube. FRONT FORK INSTALLATION ● Install the front fork to the steering stem. ●...

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    FRONT WHEEL/FRONT FORK/STEERING STEERING STEM REMOVAL ● Front cover ( 3-5 ) ● Front fender ( 3-5 ) ● Front handle cover/rear handle cover ( 3-6 ) ● Steering handle ( 10-3 ) ● Front wheel ( 10-5 ) ● Front brake caliper ( 12-7 ) ●...

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    FRONT WHEEL/FRONT FORK/STEERING ● Remove the upper ball race/ steering bottom cone race. TOOL : BALL RACE DRIVER NOTE ·Check all of the races and balls for damage or abnormal wear and replace as necessary. ·If the vehicle has been involved in a collision, the steering stem may be damaged.

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    FRONT WHEEL/FRONT FORK/STEERING ● Install the top cone race and the steering head top thread nut on the steering head. ● Tighten the top thread nut completely, and loosen by 1/8 turn. TORQUE VALUE : 1.0㎏f·m ● Check the top and bottom free play, and check for smooth left and right movement.

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    11. REAR WHEEL/BRAKE/SUSPENSION SERVICE INFORMATION 11-1 REAR BRAKE 11-4 TROUBLESHOOTING 11-2 REAR CUSHION 11-6 REAR WHEEL 11-3 SERVICE INFORMATION GENERAL SAFETY ● If the brake drum or lining is contaminated with oil, braking power will be lost. If contaminated with oil, clean the brake drum, and replace the brake shoe.

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    REAR WHEEL/BRAKE/SUSPENSION TROUBLESHOOTING Wobble or vibration in motorcycle ● Tire pressure incorrect ● Faulty tire ● Bent rim ● Loose wheel bearing ● Swing arm bushing worn ● Wheel out of balance Soft suspension ● Weak springs ● Rear damper improperly adjusted, oil leakage Hard suspension ●...

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    REAR WHEEL/BRAKE/SUSPENSION REAR WHEEL REMOVAL ● Support the motor cycle on the main stand. ● Loosen the rear brake adjuster, and remove the brake cable. ● Remove the brake arm joint B. BRAKE ARM JOINT B ADJUST NUT ● Remove the muffler. ( 3-7 ) U NUT ●...

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    REAR WHEEL/BRAKE/SUSPENSION ● Insert the washer, and tighten with the U nut. U NUT TORQUE VALUE : 6.0~8.0kgf·m ● Install the brake arm joint B. ● Install the rear brake cable. ● Install the rear brake rod adjusting nut. ● Install the rear wheel mud guard. ●...

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    REAR WHEEL/BRAKE/SUSPENSION REAR BRAKE DISASSEMBLY ● Manually open the brake shoe and remove it. BRAKE SHOE ● Remove the shoe spring from the brake shoe. SHOE SPRING SHOE SPRING BRAKE CAM BRAKE SHOE ● Loosen the rear brake arm fixing bolt. ●...

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    REAR WHEEL/BRAKE/SUSPENSION REAR CUSHION REMOVAL ● Remove the plug maintenance cover/ center cover. REAR CUSHION ( 3-3 ) SETTING ● Remove the luggage box. ( 3-3 ) BOLT ● Remove the body cover. ( 3-3 ) ● Loosen the top and bottom rear cushion setting bolts. NOTE ·Support the frame firmly prior to working.

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    REAR WHEEL/BRAKE/SUSPENSION REAR CUSHION ASSEMBLY/INSTALLATION ● Assemble the spring, spring guide, and stopper rubber. NOTE ·Install the spring with its narrow pitch side facing upward ● Apply thread locking agent to the lock nut, and install the rear cushion compressor attachment on the damper rod.

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    12. BRAKE SYSTEM SERVICE INFORMATION 12-1 BRAKE DISK INSPECTION 12-6 TROUBLESHOOTING 12-1 BRAKE CALIPER 12-7 BRAKE FLUID/BLEEDING 12-3 MASTER CYLINDER 12-9 BRAKE PAD REPLACEMENT 12-4 SERVICE INFORMATION GENERAL SAFETY ● Do not allow foreign material to enter the system when replenishing brake fluid. ●...

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    BRAKE SYSTEM MECHANICAL DRUM BRAKE Poor brake performance ● Improperly adjusted brake ● Worn brake linings ● Worn brake drum ● Worn brake cam ● Improperly installed brake linings ● Brake cable sticking/needs lubrication ● Contaminated brake linings ● Contaminated brake drum ●...

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    BRAKE SYSTEM BRAKE FLUID/BLEEDING MASTER CYLINDER BRAKE FLUID CHANGE CAUTION ·A contaminate disk or pad reduces braking power. Do not allow the disk or pad to be contaminated by oil. ·Replace contaminated pads, and remove pollutants from the disk completely. NOTE ·Check the brake fluid level often, and replenish new fluid as required.

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    BRAKE SYSTEM ● If the brake bleeder is not used, do the following, ● First, fill the brake fluid up to the upper limit line. MASTER CYLINDER ● Connect the hose to the bleeder valve to receive brake fluid. ① Squeeze the brake lever completely loosen the bleeder valve 1/2 turn, and tighten it again.

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    BRAKE SYSTEM ● Loosen the 2 front brake caliper fixing bolts from the front fork. ● Remove the front caliper. ● To install a new brake pad into the brake, press the HANGER PIN piston to return to the original position. ●...

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    BRAKE SYSTEM ● Install the brake caliper into the left front fork. NOTE ·Be careful not to damage the brake pad. ● Tighten the caliper braket bolt. TORQUE : 2.7kgf·m ● Tighten the hanger pin. HANGER BRAKE DISK INSPECTION ● Measure the thickness of the disk. BRAKE DISK SERVICE LIMIT : 3.0mm NOTE...

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    BRAKE SYSTEM BRAKE CALIPER REMOVAL ● Remove the brake oil bolts and the brake hose from the brake caliper. ● Remove the caliper from the L. front fork and remove the pad spring, hanger pin and brake pad. OIL BOLT FRONT BRAKE CALIPER CAUTION...

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    BRAKE SYSTEM BRAKE CALIPER INSPECTION Caliper Cylinder ● Check the caliper cylinder bore for scoring, scratches or other damage. ● Measure the caliper cylinder I.D. in X and Y axis at serveral points. ● Replace the caliper cylinder if the largest measurement is beyond the specified service limit.

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    BRAKE SYSTEM ● Connect the brake hose to the caliper, and install 2 sealing washers and the brake hose bolt. TORQUE : 3.5kgf·m ● Install the slide pin cap. ● Fill the brake fluid, and bleed air. MASTER CYLINDER MASTER CYLINDER REMOVAL ●...

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    BRAKE SYSTEM ● Remove the washer, piston, spring from the master MASTER cylinder. CYLINDER SET ● Clean the master cylinder, reserve, master piston with the recommended brake fluid. MASTER CYLINDER HOLDER PISTON BOOT CIR CLIP MASTER CYLINDER INSPECTION ● Check the piston periphery for kink or scratch. ●...

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    BRAKE SYSTEM ● Install the primary cup with its concaved side toward the inner side of the master cylinder. ● Install the snap ring. TOOL : SNAP RING PLIERS CAUTION ·When installing the cups, do not allow the lips to turn inside out.

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    13. BATTERY/CHARGING SYSTEM SERVICE INFORMATION 13-1 CHARGING SYSTEM INSPECTION 13-4 CHARGING DEVICES LOCATION 13-2 HEADLIGHT VOLTAGE INSPECTION 13-6 TROUBLESHOOTING 13-3 REGULATOR/RECTIFIER INSPECTION 13-6 BATTERY REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 13-4 A.C. GENERATOR 13-7 BATTERY INSPECTION 13-4 RESISTER INSPECTION 13-9 SERVICE INFORMATION WARNING ·Do not place flammable materials near battery when charging. This can be a fire hazard as hydrogen gas is created during charging battery.

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    BATTERY/CHARGING SYSTEM CHARGING DEVICE LOCATION RESISTER REGULATOR/ RECTIFIER FUSE BATTERY A.C.GENERATOR WHITE GREEN YELLOW 7A FUSE GREEN REGULATOR/ A.C.GENERATOR RECTIFIER BATTERY LIGHTING SWITCH DIMMER SWITCH BLUE WHITE BROWN BROWN AUTO- GREEN / BYSTARTER PINK BLACK RESISTER RESISTER 5W 6.7 30W 5.9 HEADLIGHT METERLIGHT (12V 35/35W)

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    BATTERY/CHARGING SYSTEM TROUBLESHOOTING Battery is Overcharged ● Headlight bulb is out. ● No headlignt beam wire. ● Headlight register is damaged (disconnected). ● Lighting switch is connected incorrectly. ● Regulator/rectifier is not grounded or connected incorrectly. Problems with the Charging System Measure battery voltage leakage.

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    - FULLY CHARGED : 13.0-13.2V - INSUFFICIENTLY CHARGED : Under 12.3V NOTE ·Use a digital voltmeter when measuring charge level. : DAELIM PVA multi-tester ·Take special care not to deform the battery terminals. TOOL : DIGITAL CIRCUIT TESTER CHARGING SYSTEM INSPECTION LEAK TEST ●...

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    BATTERY/CHARGING SYSTEM NOTE ·Check with fully charge the battery which has the voltage between terminal of 13.0~13.2V. ·In case that the engine is started by the starter motor, measurement must be performed after accelating (charging) for 10 seconds. CHARGING CURRENT CHECK ●...

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    BATTERY/CHARGING SYSTEM HEADLIGHT VOLTAGE INSPECTION ● Remove the front cover. ( 3-5) CAUTION ·Check voltage with the headlight coupler connected. ● After starting the engine, place the dimmer switch to HI and check the voltage between the blue (+) and green (-) wires of the headlight coupler.

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    BATTERY/CHARGING SYSTEM A.C. GENERATOR REMOVAL ● Remove the luggage box. ( 3-3 ) ● Remove the plug maintenance cover. ( 3-3 ) ● Remove the center cover. ( 3-3 ) ● Remove the floor side cover. ( 3-4 ) ● Remove the floor panel. ( 3-4 ) ●...

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    BATTERY/CHARGING SYSTEM STATOR INSTALLATION ● Note the direction of stator, and install the stator on the crankcase. ● Install the grommet to R. crankcase cover. ● Install AC generator wire coupler to wire harness. ● Install the connector to starter motor, then install the ground wire.

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    BATTERY/CHARGING SYSTEM A.C. GENERATOR(CHARGING COIL) INSPECTION NOTE ·This test is done with the starter mounted to the engine. ● Remove the luggage box. ( 3-3 ) ● Disconnect the AC generator coupler. ( 3-3 ) ● Measure the resistance of the charging coil (between COUPLER the white wire and ground) and the lighting coil (between the yellow wire and ground).

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    14. IGNITION SYSTEM SERVICE INFORMATION 14-1 EXCITE COIL INSPECTION 14-6 IGNITION DEVICES LOCATION 14-2 PULSE GENERATOR INSPECTION 14-6 TROUBLESHOOTING 14-3 IGNITION TIMING INSPECTION 14-7 IGNITION SYSTEM INSPECTION CDI UNIT 14-7 (PEAK VOLTAGE MEASUREMENT) 14-4 SIDE STAND IGNITION IGNITION COIL 14-5 CUT-OFF SWITCH 14-8 SERVICE INFORMATION...

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    IGNITION SYSTEM IGNITION DEVICES LOCATION MAIN SWITCH IGNITION SPARK PLUG SIDE STAND SWITCH GREEN BLUE / YELLOW BLACK / RED BLACK / YELLOW BLACK / WHITE CDI UNIT PULSE GENERATOR MAIN SWITCH IGNITION COIL SIDE STAND AC GENERATOR SWITCH SPARK PLUG 14-2...

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    IGNITION SYSTEM TROUBLESHOOTING Spark plug does not emit sparks. ABNORMAL STATE POSSIBLE CAUSES (START FROM 1 AND GO THROUGH LIST IN ORDER) 1. Using a tester with a low internal resistance. 2. Cranking speed is low. - Battery is low or kick power is weak. 3.

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    ● Connect the peak voltage adaptor to the digital tester. DAELIM PVA MULTI TESTER IGNITION COIL PRIMARY VOLTAGE NOTE ·Make sure each wire is correctly connected to ensure correct measurement.

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    IGNITION SYSTEM PULSE GENERATOR NOTE ·Inspect with the spark plug assembled and while there is compression pressure. ● Remove the CDI unit. ( 14-7 ) ● Remove the coupler from the CDI unit and connect the peak voltage adaptor to the pulse generator wire (blue/ yellow and green) of harness coupler.

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    IGNITION SYSTEM INSPECTION (RESISTANCE MEASUREMENT) ● Remove the luggage box. ( 3-3 ) ● Measure primary coil resistance between the green and black/yellow terminals. STANDARD VALUE : 0.1~0.5Ω(20℃) ● Measure the secondary coil resistance between the plug cap and green wire terminals. RESISTANCE VALUE (SPARK PLUG CAP CONNECTION) : 6.5~9.5 ㏀...

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    IGNITION SYSTEM IGNITION TIMING INSPECTION TIMING LIGHT NOTE ·As a CDI device is used in this vehicle, there is no need for adjusting ignition timing. If ignition timing problems occur, inspect the CDI unit and the AC generator and replace if any malfunctions are found in the devices.

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    IGNITION SYSTEM SIDE STAND IGNITION SIDE STAND CUT-OFF SWITCH SWITCH COUPLER INSPECTION ● Remove the plug maintenance cover/ center cover. ( 3-3 ) ● Remove the coupler of the side stand switch. ● Check for continuity between the terminal as shown below: ITEM TERMINAL...

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    15. STARTING SYSTEM SERVICE INFORMATION 15-1 STARTER MOTOR 15-4 STARTING DEVICES LOCATION 15-2 STARTER RELAY INSPECTION 15-7 TROUBLESHOOTING 15-3 STARTER PINION GEAR INSPECTION 15-7 SERVICE INFORMATION GENERAL SAFETY WARNING ·When performing maintenance on the starter motor and related parts, turn the main switch to OFF. There is the danger of the starter motor unexpectedly operating if the main switch is not turned to OFF.

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    STARTING SYSTEM STARTING DEVICES LOCATION STARTER SWITCH STARTER RELAY MAIN SWITCH FUSE 7A BATTERY STARTER MOTOR MAIN SWITCH RED/WHITE FUSE REAR STOP SWITCH STARTER STARTER MOTOR SWITCH GREEN BLACK GREEN BATTERY STARTER GREEN/YELLOW RELAY FRONT STOP SWITCH GREEN/YELLOW YELLOW/RED 15-2...

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    STARTING SYSTEM TROUBLESHOOTING Starter motor does not rotate (No response from starter motor). ● Check to see if the fuse is burned out. With the main switch turned to ON, squeeze Remove the starter motor “⊕” wire, connect the brake lever. In this state push the starter it to the battery “⊕”...

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    STARTING SYSTEM STARTER MOTOR REMOVAL/INSTALLATION ● Remove the luggage box. ( 3-3 ) ● Remove the center cover. ( 3-3 ) STARTER MOTOR ● Remove the floor side RH. cover. ( 3-4 ) ● Remove the engine hanger side cover RH. ( 3-5 ) ●...

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    STARTING SYSTEM ● Check the commutator for : -Damage or abnormal wear. → Replace with a new one. -Discoloration of the commutator bar. → Replace with a new one. -Metallic debris between commutator bars.→ Clean it off. COMMUTATOR ● Check for continuity between pairs of commutator bars.

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    STARTING SYSTEM ● Insert the brush spring into the brush holder and install the front bracket. NOTE ·Insert the brush spring with care so that it does not lean in the holder. BRUSH HOLDER ● Apply grease to both ends of the armature shaft. GREASE ●...

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    STARTING SYSTEM STARTER RELAY INSPECTION ● Remove the luggage box. ( 3-3 ) ● When battery voltage is applied between the starter relay green/yellow wire and yellow/red terminals, there should be continuity between the red and red/white terminals. The terminals are distinguished by the corresponding wire color of the wire harness connector.

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    16. LIGHTS/METER/SWITCHES SERVICE INFORMATION 16-1 HANDLE SWITCH INSPECTION 16-4 TROUBLESHOOTING 16-1 FRONT STOP SWITCH INSPECTION 16-4 FUEL UNIT 16-2 BULBS REPLACEMENT 16-5 OIL LEVEL SWITCH 16-3 METER REPLACEMENT 16-7 MAIN SWITCH 16-3 HORN INSPECTION 16-7 SERVICE INFORMATION GENERAL SAFETY ● Refer to tester owner’s manuals when performing continuity inspections. ●...

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    LIGHTS/METER/SWITCHES FUEL UNIT FUEL UNIT SET CAP REMOVAL ● Remove the luggage box. ( 3-3 ) ● Remove the fuel unit wire from the wire harness. ● Turn the fuel unit fixing unit set cap comp to the left, FUEL UNIT and remove it.

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    LIGHTS/METER/SWITCHES OIL LEVEL SWITCH REMOVAL/INSTALLATION ● Remove the luggage box. ( 3-3 ) ● Remove the oil level switch wire. ● Remove the oil level switch from the oil tank. ● Install in the reverse order of remeval. NOTE ·Disassemble after adjusting the oil level. OIL LEVEL SWITCH INSPECTION...

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    LIGHTS/METER/SWITCHES HANDLE SWITCH INSPECTION ● Remove the front handle cover. ( 3-6 ) ● Remove the handle switch coupler, connector, and inspect continuity of each terminal. ● If abnormal, inspect the switch. DIMMER SWITCH HAZARD SWITCH LIGHTING FREE SWITCH PUSH COLOR ORANGE GRAY BLUE...

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    LIGHTS/METER/SWITCHES BULBS REPLACEMENT HEADLIGHT BULB ● Remove the front cover. ( 3-5 ) ● Remove the headlight rubber cover. ● Push down on the socket and turn to the left. ● Replace with new bulb. HEADLIGHT COVER NOTE ·Before replacing the bulb, be sure to check the swtiches for loose connection of the connectors.

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    LIGHTS/METER/SWITCHES REAR WINKER BULB REPLACEMENT ● Press the winker lens groove and open the winker lens using plain screwdriver. ● Remove the bulb from the socket, replace with new bulb. ● Install in the reverse order of removal. NOTE ·Pay attention not to damage the lens. ·Do not apply excessive force when removing the lens.

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    LIGHTS/METER/SWITCHES ● Roose the 3 tapping screws securing the speedometer and the rear handle cover. ● Disconnect the R/L wiring. ● Remove the speedometer assembly. ● Install in the reverse order of removal. NOTE ·Check the each switch for proper operation. ·The wire and cable must be connected accurately.

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    18. TROUBLESHOOTING ENGINE DOES NOT START OR IS HARD TO START 18-1 ENGINE OUTPUT INSUFFICIENT 18-2 POOR PERFORMANCE AT LOW SPEED AND IDLING 18-3 POOR PERFORMANCE AT HIGH SPEED 18-3 UNSATISFACTORY OPERATION 18-4 FUEL GAUGE 18-6 STARTER MOTOR 18-7 ENGINE DOES NOT START OR IS HARD TO START CAUSE OF TROUBLE 1.

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    TROUBLESHOOTING ENGINE OUTPUT INSUFFICIENT CAUSE OF TROUBLE 1. Gently accelerate engine. Engine speed does not (1) Air cleaner clogged. increase sufficiently. (2) Insufficient fuel supply. Engine speed increases. (3) Fuel tank cap air hole clogged. (4) Muffler clogged. 2. Check ignition timing. Abnormal (1) Faulty CDI unit.

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    TROUBLESHOOTING POOR PERFORMANCE AT LOW SPEED AND IDLING CAUSE OF TROUBLE 1. Check ignition timing. Abnormal (1) Faulty CDI unit. Normal 2. Check the carburetor air screw. Incorrect (1) Excessive fuel mixture. (Loosen screw to correct Correct adjustment level.) (2) Lean fuel mixture. (Tighten screw to correct adjustment level.) 3.

  • Page 179

    TROUBLESHOOTING UNSATISFACTORY OPERATION CLUTCH DRIVE/DRIVEN PULLEY CAUSE OF TROUBLE (1) Drive belt worn or slips. 1. Engine starts but motorcycle does not move. (2) Ramp plate damaged. (3) Drive face spring damaged. (4) Clutch lining came off. (5) Driven pulley shaft spline damaged. (6) Faulty transmission.

  • Page 180

    TROUBLESHOOTING Check tire pressure. POOR FRONT/REAR SUSPENSION PERFORMANCE CAUSE OF TROUBLE (1) Cushion spring weak. 1. Suspension excessively soft. (2) Overloaded. (3) Damper oil leaks. 2. Suspension excessively hard. (1) Fork pipe or cushion rod bent. (1) Sliders stuck. 3. Noise from the suspension. (2) Cushion stopper rubber damaged.

  • Page 181

    TROUBLESHOOTING FUEL GAUGE GAUGE READING INACCURATE (IGNITION SWTICH ON) CAUSE OF TROUBLE (1) Fuse cut. 1. Operate the turn signal to check the Signal continuously battery circuit. operates dim or does not (2) Battery weak or totally discharged. (3) Faulty ignition swtich. operate at all.

  • Page 182

    TROUBLESHOOTING STARTER MOTOR STARTING MOTOR WILL NOT TURN CAUSE OF TROUBLE (1) Fuse cut. 1. Apply the brake and check the brake Light not activated. stop light for operation. (2) Battery weak or totally discharged. (3) Faulty stop switch. Light is activated. (4) Faulty terminal connection.

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    SERVICE MANUAL 2001. 3. PRINTED NO COPY 2001. 3. PUBLICATION...

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