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Honda Click 125i 2019 Owner's Manual

Honda Click 125i 2019 Owner's Manual



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  • Page 2 This publication includes the latest production information available before printing. Honda Motor Co., Ltd. reserves the right to make changes at any time without notice and without incurring any obligation. No part of this publication may be reproduced without written permission.
  • Page 3 Congratulations on your purchase of a new The following codes in this manual indicate ● Honda scooter. Your selection of a Honda each country. makes you part of a worldwide family of The illustrations here in are based on the ●...
  • Page 4 A Few Words About Safety Your safety, and the safety of others, is very DANGER important. Operating this scooter safely is an You WILL be KILLED or SERIOUSLY HURT important responsibility. if you don’t follow instructions. To help you make informed decisions about safety, we have provided operating WARNING procedures and other information on safety...
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Contents Scooter Safety P. 2 Operation Guide P. 12 Maintenance P. 55 Troubleshooting P. 92 Information P. 105 Specifications P. 118 Index P. 121...
  • Page 6: Scooter Safety

    Scooter Safety This section contains important information for safe riding of your scooter. Please read this section carefully. Safety Guidelines .......... P. 3 Safety Precautions ........P. 6 Riding Precautions........P. 7 Accessories & Modifications...... P. 10 Loading ............P. 11...
  • Page 7: Safety Guidelines

    Safety Guidelines Safety Guidelines that you and your passenger are both wearing an approved motorcycle helmet and protective Follow these guidelines to enhance your safety: apparel. Instruct your passenger on holding onto Perform all routine and regular inspections the grab rail or your waist, leaning with you in ●...
  • Page 8 Safety Guidelines Make Yourself Easy to See Keep Your Honda in Safe Condition Make yourself more visible, especially at night, by It’s important to keep your scooter properly wearing bright reflective clothing, positioning maintained and in safe riding condition. Inspect your scooter before every ride and...
  • Page 9 Safety Guidelines Inspect for fluid leaks, check the tightness of WARNING critical nuts and bolts, and check the handlebar, control levers, brakes, and wheels. Ride slowly Running the engine of your scooter and cautiously. Your scooter may have suffered while in an enclosed or even partially damage that is not immediately apparent.
  • Page 10: Safety Precautions

    Safety Precautions Safety Precautions Face shield with unobstructed field of vision or ● other approved eye protection Ride cautiously and keep your hands on the WARNING ● handlebar and feet on the floor. Keep passenger’s hands onto the grab rail or Not wearing a helmet increases the ●...
  • Page 11: Riding Precautions

    Riding Precautions Riding Precautions Avoid continuous braking. ● Repeated braking, such as when descending long, steep slopes can seriously Running-in Period overheat the brakes, reducing their During the first 500 km (300 miles) of running, effectiveness. follow these guidelines to ensure your scooter’s For full brake effectiveness, operate both the ●...
  • Page 12 Riding Precautions Wet or Rainy Conditions To reduce the likelihood of theft, always lock ● Road surfaces are slippery when wet, and wet the handlebar and remove the key and close brakes further reduce braking efficiency. the shutter when leaving the scooter Exercise extra caution when braking in wet unattended.
  • Page 13 Riding Precautions Refuelling and Fuel Guidelines Left handle grip Follow these guidelines to protect the engine, fuel system and catalytic converter: Use only unleaded petrol. ● Use recommended octane number. Using ● lower octane petrol will result in decreased engine performance. Do not use fuels containing a high Centre stand ●...
  • Page 14: Accessories & Modifications

    We strongly advise that you do not add any accessories that were not specifically designed seriously hurt or killed. for your scooter by Honda or make modifications to your scooter from its original Follow all instructions in this owner’s design. Doing so can make it unsafe.
  • Page 15: Loading

    Loading Loading WARNING Carrying extra weight affects your scooter’s Overloading or improper loading can ● handling, braking and stability. Always ride at a cause a crash and you can be seriously safe speed for the load you are carrying. hurt or killed. Avoid carrying an excessive load and keep ●...
  • Page 16: Operation Guide

    Basic Operation Flow Pre-ride Inspection (P60) Acceleration (P47) Carefully inspect your scooter to make sure that it is safe to ride. Apply throttle gradually. Obey the speed limit. How to use basic features. Starting the Engine (P43) • Instruments (P16) •...
  • Page 17 Parking Braking (P8) (P48) Close the throttle and apply the Park on a firm level surface. Use front and rear brakes together. the stand, lock the steering. The brakelight will indicate that you have applied the brakes. Stopping If pulling off the road, signal early enough to show traffic that you are pulling over, and pull over smoothly.
  • Page 18 Parts Location Document bag (P53) Tool (P53) Luggage box (P53) Throttle grip (P87) Front brake fluid reservoir (P81) Glove box (P54) Hook (P54) Helmet holder (P52) Coolant reserve tank (P79) Battery (P71) Fuse box (P103) Engine oil fill cap/dipstick (P75)
  • Page 19 Brake lock lever (P39) Rear brake lever (P82) Helmet holder (P52) Seat (P51) Fuel fill cap (P49) Glove box (P54) Spark plug (P73) Crankcase breather (P88) Engine oil drain bolt (P77) Centre stand (P8) Side stand (P86)
  • Page 20 Instruments Speedometer This shows your speed in kilometer per hour (km/h). button button SELECT Display Check When the ignition switch is turned to the (On) position, the display will temporarily show all the modes and digital segments so you can make sure the liquid crystal display is functioning properly.
  • Page 21 Fuel gauge Remaining fuel when only 1st (E) segment starts flashing approximately: 1.2 litres (0.32 US gal, 0.26 Imp gal) If the fuel gauge indicator flashes in a repeat pattern or turns off: (P96) Clock (12-hour display) To set the clock: (P21) Current fuel mileage Odometer [TOTAL]/Tripmeter...
  • Page 22 Instruments (Continued) Odometer [TOTAL]/Tripmeter [TRIP A/B]/Average fuel mileage meter [AVG]/ Battery voltage meter [V] button selects the odometer, tripmeter A, tripmeter B, average mileage and battery voltage. SELECT Odometer Tripmeter A Tripmeter B Average fuel Battery mileage voltage • Odometer: Total distance ridden.
  • Page 23 OIL CHANGE indicator The indicator is turned on whenever the running distance reaches the programed oil change interval. When the running distance reaches about 1,000 km: Reset the indicator for the 1st time. When the running distance reaches about every 6,000 km after the 1st time resetting: Reset the indicator whenever it is turned on.
  • Page 24 Instruments (Continued) Display Setting Following items can be changed sequentially. Ordinary display • Clock setting • OIL CHANGE indicator setting Setting Mode Clock setting mode Clock setting Press and hold button and SELECT button Press button OIL CHANGE OIL CHANGE indicator setting indicator setting Press...
  • Page 25 1 Clock setting: Press button until the desired SELECT minute is displayed. Turn the ignition switch to the (On) position. Press and hold to advance the minute fast. Press and hold button and SELECT button, the all clock digits start flashing. Press button, the hour digits start flashing.
  • Page 26 Instruments (Continued) 2 OIL CHANGE indicator setting: Press button. The OIL CHANGE indicator is set. The distance until the OIL CHANGE indicator comes on is displayed. The established setting can also be set by You can adjust the interval value of OIL turning the ignition switch to the (Off) CHANGE indicator.
  • Page 28 Indicators If one of these indicators does not come on when it should, have your dealer check for problems. High beam indicator High coolant temperature indicator If it comes on while riding: (P94) Right turn signal indicator PGM-FI (Programmed Fuel Injection) malfunction indicator lamp (MIL) Left turn signal indicator...
  • Page 29 Idling Stop indicator ACB125CBT Comes on briefly when the Idling Stop switch in the IDLING STOP with the ignition switch turned to the (On) position. Flashes when the Idling Stop system is activated. Alarm indicator ACB125CBT Anti-theft Alarm system: (P30) Battery Charging Condition indicator When the Battery Charging...
  • Page 30 Switches Idling Stop switch ACB125CBT • IDLING STOP : The Idling Stop system is on. • IDLING : The Idling Stop system is off. Idling Stop system: (P40) Start button Turn signal switch Seat opener switch Pressing the switch turns Pressing the switch opens the seat.
  • Page 31 Ignition switch (On) Switches the electrical system on/off, Turns electrical system locks the steering, and operates the on for starting/riding. seat opener switch. SEAT Key can be removed when in the Operates the seat (Off) or (Lock) position. opener switch. (Off) Turns engine off.
  • Page 32 Switches (Continued) Steering Lock Locking Lock the steering when parking to help Turn the handlebar all the way to the left or prevent theft. right. A U-shaped wheel lock or similar device is also Push the key down, and turn the ignition recommended.
  • Page 33 Shutter The shutter will automatically close when you The ignition switch for this scooter is equipped remove the ignition key at the (Lock) with an automatic shutter. After parking the position. scooter, close the shutter for theft prevention. Also you can close the shutter manually. Close (Lock) Remove the ignition key from the ignition...
  • Page 34 Anti-theft Alarm System ACB125CBT The anti-theft alarm system is a device to reduce the likelihood of theft. When the sensor detects vibration or movement with the ignition switch in the (Off) or (Lock) position and the system is set, the alarm is activated.
  • Page 35 If the ignition switch is left in the (Off) sounds 1 time. The anti-theft alarm system is position for more than 10 days, the anti-theft activated. alarm system will no longer operate. During The buzzer sound can be cancelled using the system is activating, when the scooter temporary silence mode.
  • Page 36 Anti-theft Alarm System (Continued) Cancelling the Anti-theft Alarm System After stopping the anti-theft alarm activation, Press the UNSET button or turn the ignition the anti-theft alarm system will be cancelled. switch to the (On) position. UNSET button (On) When UNSET button is pressed, the turn signal light blinks, the alarm indicator blinks, and the alarm sounds for 2 times.
  • Page 37 You need to operate this process from the To complete your setting, you need to go (Off) position to the (On) position through step 3 within 60 seconds. within 5 seconds. Make sure that LED on the remote SET button (Off) (On) transmitter is green before setting the...
  • Page 38 Answer Back System ACB125CBT The answer back system is a device to find the ANSWER position of your scooter. When you press the BACK button ANSWER BACK button on the remote transmitter with the ignition switch in the (Off) or (Lock) position, your scooter informs you the position by blinking the turn signal light and sounding the buzzer.
  • Page 39 Operation Changing the Answer Back Buzzer Press the ANSWER BACK button on the Sound Pattern (P37) remote transmitter. Temporary Silence Mode Answer back system will not function when (P38) the ignition switch is in the (On) position. Replacing the Remote Transmitter If the ignition switch is left in the (Off) Battery...
  • Page 40 Answer Back System (Continued) Adjusting the Answer Back Buzzer Turn and keep the ignition switch to the (On) Sound Volume Level position. Press the ANSWER BACK button to You can select 3 buzzer sound volume levels select among 3 levels of sound volume or or mute.
  • Page 41 Changing the Answer Back Buzzer Turn and keep the ignition switch to the (On) Sound Pattern position. Press the ANSWER BACK button to You can select 3 buzzer sound patterns. select among 3 buzzer sound patterns. Turn the ignition switch to the (Off) position.
  • Page 42 Answer Back System (Continued) Temporary Silence Mode Temporary silence mode is the immediate way to turn off the answer back system buzzer sound. Enable: Press and hold ANSWER BACK button about 2 seconds, the LED on remote transmitter is changed to be red. Disable: Re-press and hold ANSWER BACK button about 2 seconds, the LED on remote...
  • Page 43 Rear Brake Lock Be sure the rear brake lock is applied while Unlocking starting and warming up the engine. Squeeze the rear brake lever. Before riding, make sure that the rear brake Locking lock is fully released so there is no drag on the rear wheel.
  • Page 44 Idling Stop System Activation of the Idling Stop System ACB125CBT Idling Stop system is designed to help reduce The Idling Stop system becomes ready to stop the fuel consumption and noise, by idling stop the engine and Idling Stop indicator comes on while making a stop such as waiting at an when the following requirements are satisfied intersection.
  • Page 45 Stopping the engine by the Idling Stop System Safety Precaution for the Idling Stop System The engine stops and Idling Stop indicator Do not go away from the scooter while the changes to flash after you close the throttle Idling Stop indicator is flashing. When you go completely and stop the scooter while the away from the scooter, always turn the Idling Stop indicator is on.
  • Page 46 Idling Stop System (Continued) Restarting the Engine NOTICE Check that the Idling Stop indicator is flashing, Headlight stays on after the engine is stopped by the and then open the throttle. Idling Stop system. The battery may discharge and you may not be able to restart engine.
  • Page 47 Starting the Engine Start your engine using the following NOTICE procedure, regardless of whether the engine • If the engine does not start within 5 seconds, turn the is cold or warm. ignition to the (Off) position and wait 10 seconds before trying to start the engine again to recover battery voltage.
  • Page 48 Starting the Engine (Continued) Place the scooter on its centre stand. Lock the rear wheel by squeezing the rear brake lever and setting the brake lock lever. Turn the ignition switch to the (On) position. The starter motor will only work when the Confirm the following: brake lever is squeezed and the side stand •...
  • Page 49 With the throttle completely closed, press the start button. Release the start button as soon as the engine starts. continued...
  • Page 50 Starting the Engine (Continued) If you cannot start the engine: If the engine does not start: Open the throttle slightly (about 3 mm, Open the throttle fully and press the start without freeplay). button for 5 seconds. Follow the normal starting procedure. About 3 mm, without freeplay If the engine starts with unstable idle, open the throttle slightly.
  • Page 51 Riding Starting the Scooter Acceleration and deceleration To accelerate: Open the throttle slowly. Push the scooter forward off the centre To decelerate: Close the throttle. stand. Lock the rear brake lock. Keep throttle closed. Close (Decelerate) Make sure the side stand and centre stand are Open (Accelerate) Get on the scooter.
  • Page 52 Riding (Continued) Braking NOTICE Close the throttle and apply the front and rear To prevent clutch damage, do not use the throttle to keep brake levers together. the scooter stopped at up hill. Do not apply the brake lock while riding. It may cause the wheel to lock, reducing control of the scooter.
  • Page 53 Refuelling Fuel type: Unleaded petrol only Arrow marks Fuel octane number: Your scooter is Lower edge designed to use Research Octane Number of filler neck (RON) 88 or higher. Tank capacity: 5.5 litres (1.45 US gal, 1.21 Imp gal) Refuelling and Fuel Guidelines (P9) Opening the Fuel Fill Cap Fuel fill cap...
  • Page 54 Refuelling (Continued) Closing the Fuel Fill Cap Install and tighten the fuel fill cap firmly by turning it clockwise. Make sure that the arrow marks on the cap and fuel tank are aligned. Close the seat. WARNING Petrol is highly flammable and explosive. You can be burned or seriously injured when handling fuel.
  • Page 55 Storage Equipment Seat Open Turn the handlebar pointed straight ahead. Seat Insert the ignition key and turn it to the position of SEAT. Push the SEAT side of the seat opener switch. Open the seat. Seat Close SEAT Close and push down on the rear of the seat until locks.
  • Page 56 Storage Equipment (Continued) Helmet Holder WARNING The helmet holders are located under the seat. Riding with a helmet attached to the holder can interfere with your ability to Use the helmet holders only when parked. safely operate the scooter and could lead to a crash in which you can be seriously hurt or killed.
  • Page 57 Luggage Box Tool Never exceed the maximum weight limit. The tools are on the reverse side of the seat. Maximum Weight: 10 kg (22 lb) Document Bag Do not store any items that are flammable or susceptible to heat damage. The document bag is in the document Do not store valuables or fragile articles.
  • Page 58 Storage Equipment (Continued) Hook Glove Box The hook is provided below the handlebar. The glove box is provided below the handlebar. Do not attach large luggage to the hook that would hang out from the scooter and/or interfere with the movement of your feet. Glove box The maximum allowable load on the hook and Hook...
  • Page 59: Maintenance

    Maintenance Please read “Importance of Maintenance” and “Maintenance Fundamentals” carefully before attempting any maintenance. Refer to “Specifications” for service data. Importance of Maintenance.......P. 56 Coolant............P. 79 Maintenance Schedule........P. 57 Brakes............P. 81 Maintenance Fundamentals .......P. 60 Side Stand............ P. 86 Tool ...............P.
  • Page 60: Importance Of Maintenance

    Importance of Maintenance Importance of Maintenance Maintenance Safety Keeping your scooter well-maintained is Always read the maintenance instructions before absolutely essential to your safety and to protect you begin each task, and make sure that you your investment, obtain maximum performance, have the tools, parts, and skills required.
  • Page 61: Maintenance Schedule

    Maintenance work should be performed in new owner. accordance with Honda’s standards and specifications by properly trained and Honda recommends that your dealer should equipped technicians. Your dealer meets all of road test your scooter after each periodic these requirements. Keep an accurate record maintenance is carried out.
  • Page 62 : Inspect (clean, adjust, lubricate, or replace, if necessary) you have the necessary tools and are mechanically skilled. : Replace Procedures are provided in an official Honda Shop Manual. : Clean : Technical. In the interest of safety, have your scooter serviced...
  • Page 63 Maintenance Schedule Frequency Pre-ride Annual Regular Refer to Items Check × 1,000 km Check Replace page P. 60 × 1,000 mi Final Drive Oil 2 Years – Battery (ACB125CBT) Brake Fluid 2 Years Brake Shoes/Pads Wear 82, 85 Brake System Brake Lock Operation –...
  • Page 64: Maintenance Fundamentals

    Maintenance Fundamentals Brakes-Check operation; Pre-ride Inspection ● Front: check brake fluid level and pads wear. To ensure safety, it is your responsibility to P. 81, 82 perform a pre-ride inspection and make sure Rear: check shoes wear and freeplay, adjust that any problem you find is corrected.
  • Page 65 Maintenance Fundamentals Replacing Parts Battery Always use Honda Genuine Parts or their Your scooter has a maintenance-free type equivalents to ensure reliability and safety. battery. You do not have to check the battery electrolyte level or add distilled water. Clean the...
  • Page 66 Maintenance Fundamentals What to do in an emergency WARNING If any of the following occur, immediately see your doctor. The battery gives off explosive hydrogen Electrolyte splashes into your eyes: ● gas during normal operation. Wash your eyes repeatedly with cool water for at least 15 minutes.
  • Page 67 NOTICE NOTICE Installing non-Honda electrical accessories can overload Replacing a fuse with one that has a higher rating greatly the electrical system, discharging the battery and possibly increases the chance of damage to the electrical system.
  • Page 68 Conserving” or “Resource Conserving” on the For recommended engine oil, see circular API service symbol. “Specifications.” P. 119 If you use non-Honda engine oil, check the label to make sure that the oil satisfies all of the following standards: JASO T 903 standard : MB ●...
  • Page 69 NOTICE Using coolant not specified for aluminium engines or tap/ Recommended brake fluid: mineral water can cause corrosion. Honda DOT 3 or DOT 4 Brake Fluid or equivalent Crankcase Breather Service more frequently when riding in rain, at full throttle, or after the scooter is washed or overturned.
  • Page 70 Maintenance Fundamentals Inspecting for Abnormal Wear Tyres (Inspecting/Replacing) Inspect the tyres for Checking the Air Pressure signs of abnormal Visually inspect your tyres and use an air wear on the contact pressure gauge to measure the air pressure at surface. least once a month or any time you think the tyres look low.
  • Page 71 Maintenance Fundamentals Inspecting Tread Depth WARNING Inspect the tread wear indicators. If they become visible, replace the tyres immediately. Riding on tyres that are excessively worn or improperly inflated can cause a crash in which you can be seriously hurt or killed.
  • Page 72 Maintenance Fundamentals Have your tyres replaced by your dealer. WARNING For recommended tyres and air pressure, see “Specifications.” P. 119 Installing improper tyres on your scooter Follow these guidelines whenever you replace can adversely affect handling and tyres. stability, and can cause a crash in which Use the recommended tyres or equivalents of ●...
  • Page 73 Maintenance Fundamentals Air Cleaner This scooter is equipped with a viscous type air cleaner element. Air blow cleaning or any other cleaning can degrade the viscous element performance and cause the intake of dust. Do not perform the maintenance. Should be serviced by your dealer.
  • Page 74: Tool

    Tool The tools are in reverse side of the seat. P. 53 You can perform some roadside repairs, minor adjustments and parts replacement with the provided tools. Spark plug wrench ● Standard/Phillips screwdriver ● Screwdriver handle ●...
  • Page 75: Removing & Installing Body Components

    Removing & Installing Body Components Battery Positive terminal Negative terminal Battery lid Screw Battery Service coupler Battery Battery box cover guide Battery cover Removal Make sure the ignition switch is in the (Off) position. 1. Remove the battery lid from step floor by removing the screw.
  • Page 76 Removing & Installing Body Components Battery Installation 3. Remove the battery cover from step floor. 4. Disconnect the negative terminal from Install the parts in the reverse order of the battery. removal. Always connect the positive 5. Disconnect the positive terminal from terminal first.
  • Page 77: Spark Plug

    Spark Plug Checking the Spark Plug For the recommended spark plug, see “Specifications.” P. 119 Use only the recommended type of spark plug in the recommended heat range. Spark plug cap NOTICE Using a spark plug with an improper heat range can cause engine damage.
  • Page 78 Spark Plug Checking the Spark Plug 6. Check the spark plug gap using a wire 9. Tighten the spark plug: type feeler gauge. If the old plug is good: 1/8 turn after it ● If adjustment is necessary, bend the seats.
  • Page 79: Engine Oil

    Engine Oil Checking the Engine Oil Oil fill cap/dipstick ACB125CBT Check the engine oil with the Idling Stop Upper level switch at IDLING. 1. If the engine is cold, idle the engine for 3 to Lower 5 minutes. level 2. Turn the ignition switch to the (Off) position and wait for 2 to 3 minutes.
  • Page 80 Engine Oil Adding Engine Oil Adding Engine Oil For the recommended oil and oil selection guidelines, see “Maintenance Fundamentals.” If the engine oil is below or near the lower P. 64 level mark, add the recommended engine oil. P. 64, 119 Changing Engine Oil, Cleaning 1.
  • Page 81 Engine Oil Changing Engine Oil, Cleaning Strainer Screen 3. Place your scooter on its centre stand on Sealing washer a firm, level surface. 4. Place a drain pan under the drain bolt and oil plug. 5. Remove the oil fill cap/dipstick, drain bolt and sealing washer to drain the oil.
  • Page 82 Engine Oil Changing Engine Oil, Cleaning Strainer Screen 11. Install a new sealing washer onto the drain bolt. Tighten the drain bolt. Torque: 24 N·m (2.4 kgf·m, 18 lbf·ft) 12. Fill the crankcase with the recommended oil ( P. 64, 119) and install the oil fill cap/ dipstick.
  • Page 83: Coolant

    Coolant Checking the Coolant If the coolant level is dropping noticeably or the reserve tank is empty, you likely have a Check that the coolant level in the reserve serious leak. Have your scooter inspected by tank while the engine is cold. your dealer.
  • Page 84 Coolant Changing Coolant 3. Securely reinstall the reserve tank cap. Reserve tank 4. Install the removed parts in the reverse cover order of removal. WARNING Removing the radiator cap while the engine is hot can cause the coolant to spray out, potentially scalding you. Screw Reserve tank cap Always let the engine and radiator cool...
  • Page 85: Brakes

    Brakes Checking the Front Brake Fluid Front brake fluid reservoir 1. Place your scooter in an upright position on a firm, level surface. 2. Check that the brake fluid reservoir is horizontal and that the fluid level is above the LWR mark. If the brake fluid level in the reservoir is below the LWR mark or the brake lever freeplay becomes excessive, inspect the brake pads for...
  • Page 86 Brakes Inspecting the Front Brake Pads Inspecting the Front Brake Pads Always replace both left and right brake pads at the same time. Check the condition of the brake pad wear indicators. Inspecting the Rear Brake Lever The pads need to be replaced if a brake pad is Freeplay worn to the indicator.
  • Page 87 Brakes Adjusting the Rear Brake Lever Freeplay Adjusting the Rear Brake Lever Check the brake cable for kinks or signs of wear. If necessary have it replaced by your Freeplay dealer. Lubricate the brake cable with a commercially Adjust the freeplay of the brake lever with the available cable lubricant to prevent premature front wheel pointed straight ahead.
  • Page 88 Brakes Adjusting the Rear Brake Lever Freeplay 1. Adjust by turning the rear brake adjusting 3. Push the brake arm to confirm that there is nut a half-turn at a time. a gap between the rear brake adjusting nut and brake arm pin. Brake arm pin Brake arm Push...
  • Page 89 The rear brake is equipped with a brake wear the brake, the brake shoes must be replaced. indicator. See your dealer for this service. Arrow When the brake service is necessary, see your dealer. Use only Honda Genuine Parts or its equivalent. Reference Brake arm Brake panel mark...
  • Page 90: Side Stand

    Side Stand Checking the Side Stand 4. Sit on the scooter and raise the side stand. 5. Start the engine. 6. Lower the side stand all the way. The engine should stop as you lower the side stand. If the engine doesn’t stop, have your scooter inspected by your dealer.
  • Page 91: Throttle

    Throttle Checking the Throttle With the engine off, check that the throttle rotates smoothly from fully closed to fully open in all steering positions and throttle freeplay is correct. If the throttle does not move smoothly, close automatically, or if the cable is damaged, have the scooter inspected by your dealer.
  • Page 92: Crankcase Breather

    Crankcase Breather Cleaning the Crankcase Breather 1. Place a suitable container under the crankcase breather tube. 2. Remove the crankcase breather tube and drain deposits. Crankcase 3. Reinstall the crankcase breather tube. breather tube...
  • Page 93: Other Adjustments

    Other Adjustments Adjusting the Headlight Aim The right and left headlight aim can be adjusted in the same way. You can adjust vertical aim of the headlights for proper alignment. Turn the pinion in or out as necessary using provided Phillips screwdriver ( P.
  • Page 94: Other Replacement

    Other Replacement Replacing the Remote 1. Remove the upper case by carefully prying on the edge with a coin or a screw driver. Transmitter Battery Wrap a coin or a screwdriver with a protective cloth to prevent scratching When the remote transmitter battery begins the remote transmitter.
  • Page 95 Other Replacement Replacing the Remote Transmitter Battery 2. Replace the old battery with a new battery WARNING with the negative side facing up. 3. Snap the two halves of the remote Chemical Burn Hazard: do not swallow transmitter back together. battery.
  • Page 96: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Engine Will Not Start........P. 93 Engine is Not Stopped by the Idling Stop System Overheating (High coolant temperature While the Idling Stop Indicator is On ... P. 98 indicator is on) .......... P. 94 Engine Does Not Start Even If the Throttle is Warning Indicators On or Flashing ...
  • Page 97: Engine Will Not Start

    Engine Will Not Start Starter Motor Operates But Starter Motor Does Not Engine Does Not Start Operate Check the following items: Check the following items: Check the correct engine starting sequence. Check the correct engine starting sequence. ● ● P. 43 P.
  • Page 98: Overheating (High Coolant Temperature Indicator Is On)

    Overheating (High coolant temperature indicator is on) The engine is overheating when the following 1. Stop the engine using the ignition switch. occurs: 2. Allow the engine to cool with the ignition High coolant temperature indicator comes switch in the (Off) position.
  • Page 99: Warning Indicators On Or Flashing

    Warning Indicators On or Flashing PGM-FI (Programmed Fuel Battery Charging Condition Injection) Malfunction Indicator Indicator Lamp (MIL) If the indicator comes on while riding, you may have a condition of low battery voltage If the indicator comes on while riding, you or battery performance degradation.
  • Page 100: Other Warning Indications

    Other Warning Indications Fuel Gauge Failure Indication If the fuel system has an error, the fuel gauge indicators will be displayed as shown in the illustration. If these occur, see your dealer as soon as possible.
  • Page 101: When The Idling Stop System Does Not Operate Properly

    When the Idling Stop System Does Not Operate Properly Idling Stop Indicator Does Not If PGM-FI malfunction indicator lamp (MIL) lights: Come On ACB125CBT When the PGM-FI malfunction indicator lamp (MIL) lights, the Idling Stop system does not When the Idling Stop indicator does not come operate for protection of the engine.
  • Page 102: Engine Is Not Stopped By The Idling Stop System While The Idling Stop Indicator Is On

    When the Idling Stop System Does Not Operate Properly Engine is Not Stopped by the Idling Stop System While the Idling Stop Indicator is On Engine is Not Stopped by the Idling Stop System While the Idling Stop Indicator is On ACB125CBT When the engine is not stopped by Idling Stop system while the Idling Stop indicator is on,...
  • Page 103: Engine Does Not Start Even If The Throttle Is Opened

    When the Idling Stop System Does Not Operate Properly Engine Does Not Start Even If the Throttle is Opened Engine Does Not Start Even If If the Idling Stop switch is at IDLING: While the engine is stopping by the Idling the Throttle is Opened ACB125CBT Stop system, if you press the Idling Stop switch...
  • Page 104: Tyre Puncture

    Tyre Puncture Repairing a puncture or removing a wheel WARNING requires special tools and technical expertise. We recommend you have this type of service Riding your scooter with a temporary performed by your dealer. tyre repair can be risky. If the temporary After an emergency repair, always have the repair fails, you can crash and be tyre inspected/replaced by your dealer.
  • Page 105: Electrical Trouble

    Electrical Trouble Battery Goes Dead Burned-out Light Bulb Charge the battery using a motorcycle battery All light bulbs on the scooter's are LEDs. If charger. there is an LED which is not turned on, see Remove the battery from the scooter before your dealer for servicing.
  • Page 106 Electrical Trouble Burned-out Light Bulb Headlight/Front Turn Signal Light/ Brakelight/Taillight/Rear Turn Position Light Signal Light/License Plate Light Turn signal Brakelight/Taillight lights Rear turn Position lights signal lights License plate light Headlights The headlight/front turn signal light/position The brakelight/taillight/rear turn signal light/ light use several LEDs.
  • Page 107: Blown Fuse

    Electrical Trouble Blown Fuse Blown Fuse 1. Remove the battery lid and the battery cover from the step floor. P. 71 Before handling fuses, see “Inspecting and 2. Pull out the fuses one by one to check for a Replacing Fuses.” P.
  • Page 108: Unstable Engine Operation Occurs Intermittently

    Unstable Engine Operation Occurs Intermittently If the fuel pump filter is clogged, unstable engine operation will occur intermittently while riding. Even if this symptom occurs, you can continue to ride your scooter. If unstable engine operation occurs even if sufficient fuel is available, have your scooter inspected by your dealer as soon as possible.
  • Page 109: Information

    Information Keys ............P. 106 Instruments, Controls, & Other Features ... P. 109 Caring for Your Scooter ......P. 110 Storing Your Scooter........ P. 113 Transporting Your Scooter ...... P. 113 You & the Environment ......P. 114 Serial Numbers.......... P. 115 Fuels Containing Alcohol ......
  • Page 110: Keys

    Keys Keys Remote Transmitter The remote transmitter contains electronic Ignition Key circuits that are activated by the anti-theft alarm Be sure to record the key number provided with system and answer back system. If the circuits the original keys and record it in this manual. are damaged, the remote transmitter will not Store the spare key in a safe location.
  • Page 111 Keys Always keep the remote transmitter away from The anti-theft alarm system and answer back ● electric appliances such as a TV, radio, PC or system may not work properly in the following low-frequency massage device. environments: Keep the remote transmitter away from There is strong electrical current nearby.
  • Page 112 Keys To add an additional remote transmitter, take the remote transmitter and the scooter to your dealer. The remote transmitter uses low-intensity radio waves, so the operating range can be wider or narrower according to the circumstances.
  • Page 113: Instruments, Controls, & Other Features

    Instruments, Controls, & Other Features Instruments, Controls, & Document Bag Other Features The owner’s manual, registration, and insurance information can be stored in the plastic Ignition Switch document bag reverse side of the seat. Leaving the ignition switch in the (On) position with the engine stopped will drain the battery.
  • Page 114: Caring For Your Scooter

    Frequent cleaning and polishing is important to 4. After the scooter dries, lubricate any moving ensure the life of your Honda. A clean scooter parts. makes it easier to spot potential problems.
  • Page 115 Caring for Your Scooter Washing Precautions Do not direct water near the headlight: ● Follow these guidelines when washing: The headlight's inside lens may fog Do not use high-pressure washers: temporarily after washing or while riding in ● High-pressure water cleaners can damage the rain.
  • Page 116 Caring for Your Scooter Panels Follow these guidelines to prevent scratches and blemishes: Wash gently using a soft sponge and plenty of ● water. To remove stubborn stains, use diluted ● detergent and rinse thoroughly with plenty of water. Avoid getting petrol, brake fluid, or detergents ●...
  • Page 117: Storing Your Scooter

    Storing Your Scooter Storing Your Scooter After removing your scooter from storage, inspect all maintenance items required by the If you store your scooter outdoors, you should Maintenance Schedule. consider using a full-body scooter cover. If you won’t be riding for an extended period, Transporting Your Scooter follow these guidelines: Wash your scooter and wax all painted...
  • Page 118: You & The Environment

    You & the Environment You & the Environment drain or on the ground. Used oil, petrol, coolant, and cleaning solvents contain poisons that can Owning and riding a scooter can be enjoyable, hurt refuse workers and contaminate drinking but you must do your part to protect the water, lakes, rivers, and oceans.
  • Page 119: Serial Numbers

    Serial Numbers Serial Numbers Frame number The frame and engine serial numbers uniquely identify your scooter and are required in order to register your scooter. They may also be required when ordering replacement parts. You should record these numbers and keep them in a safe place.
  • Page 120: Fuels Containing Alcohol

    Fuels Containing Alcohol Fuels Containing Alcohol The use of petrol containing more than 10% ethanol may: Some conventional fuels blended with alcohol Damage the painting of the fuel tank. ● are available in some locales to help reduce Damage the rubber tubes of the fuel line. ●...
  • Page 121: Catalytic Converter

    (CO), and oxides of nitrogen (NOx) in the running properly, stop riding and turn off the exhaust gasses into safe compounds. engine. A defective catalytic converter contributes to air pollution and can impair your engine’s performance. A replacement unit must be an original Honda part or equivalent.
  • Page 122: Specifications

    Specifications Specifications Main Components ■ IN type Overall length 1,919 mm (75.6 in) 124.88 cm (7.618 cu-in) Displacement PH type Overall width 679 mm (26.7 in) 124 cm (7.6 cu-in) Overall height 1,062 mm (41.8 in) Bore × stroke 52.400 × 57.907 mm (2.0630 × 2.2798 cu-in) Wheelbase 1,280 mm (50.4 in) Compression ratio...
  • Page 123 After disassembly Front 0.12 Imp qt) [Driver and passenger] Recommended 200 kPa (2.00 kgf/cm , 29 psi) Honda DOT 3 or DOT 4 Brake Fluid Tyre air pressure brake fluid [Driver only] Cooling system 225 kPa (2.25 kgf/cm , 33 psi) 0.51 litres (0.54 US qt, 0.45 Imp qt)
  • Page 124 Specifications Bulbs Torque Specifications ■ ■ Headlight Engine oil drain bolt 24 N·m (2.4 kgf·m, 18 lbf·ft) Brakelight/Taillight Oil plug 20 N·m (2.0 kgf·m, 15 lbf·ft) Front turn signal light Rear turn signal light License plate light Position light Fuses ■...
  • Page 125: Index

    Index Index Coolant ............. 65, 79 Accessories .............10 Crankcase Breather ..........88 Answer Back System ..........34 Anti-theft Alarm System ........30 Digital Clock Adjustment ........21 Document Bag ..........53, 109 Basic Operation Flow ...........12 Battery ...............61, 71 Brakes Electrical Trouble ..........101 Fluid ..............65, 81 Engine Front Pad Wear ..........82...
  • Page 126 Remaining ............17 Instruments ............16 Tank Capacity ............49 Fuels Containing Alcohol ........ 116 Fuses ..............63, 103 Key ................106 Gasohol ..............116 Load Limits ............. 11 Loading Guidelines ..........11 Luggage Box ............53 Headlight Aim ............89 Headlight Dimmer Switch ........26 Helmet Holder ............52 Maintenance High Coolant Temperature Indicator ..24, 94...
  • Page 127 Engine ............64, 75 Safety Precautions ..........6 Overheating ............94 Seat ................51 Serial Numbers ............115 Shutter ..............29 Parking ............... 8 Side Stand ............... 86 Parts Location ............14 Side Stand Ignition Cut-off System ..43, 86 Petrol ............9, 49, 118 Spark Plug ............
  • Page 128 Throttle ..............87 Tool ..............53, 70 Transmitter Unit Battery ........90 Transporting Your Scooter ......113 Tripmeter .............. 109 Troubleshooting ...........92 Turn Signal Indicators .........24 Tyres Air Pressure ..........66, 119 Puncture ............100 Replacing .............66, 100 Warning Indicator On .........95 Washing Your Scooter ........110 Weight Limit ............11...

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