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OWNER'S
MANUAL
5AV-F8199-E0

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  • Page 1 OWNER'S MANUAL 5AV-F8199-E0...
  • Page 2 EAA20301 INTRODUCTION T105E Congratulations on your purchase of the OWNER’S MANUAL Yamaha T105E. This model is the result of © 2001 by Yamaha Motor Co, Ltd. Yamaha’s vast experience in the produc- Manufacturing tion of fine sporting, touring, and paceset- 1st edition, September 2001 ting racing machines.
  • Page 3 EAA10500 EUU13800* NOTE: Particularly important information is distin- 9 Yamaha continually seeks advancements guished in this manual by the following in product design and quality. Therefore, notations: while this manual contains the most cur- rent product information available at the...
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    EAA30001 CONTENTS GIVE SAFETY THE RIGHT OF WAY....5 Steering lock..........19 GENERAL NOTE..........6 Seat ............20 DESCRIPTION..........8 Helmet holder ...........21 MOTORCYCLE IDENTIFICATION....9 Side cover removal........21 Identification numbers record ....9 PRE-OPERATION CHECKS ......22 Key identification number .......10 Fuel.............24 Frame serial number ........10 Engine oil...........25 Engine serial number .......10 Tires............26 CONTROL FUNCTIONS........11...
  • Page 5 PERIODIC MAINTENANCE AND Front fork inspection ........58 MINOR REPAIR..........37 Battery............59 Tool kit............38 Replenishing the battery fluid ....61 Periodic maintenance/lubrication ...39 Fuse replacement ........62 Engine oil...........41 Troubleshooting........63 Air filter ............44 CLEANING AND STORAGE ......64 Throttle cable adjustment......46 Cleaning.............64 Carburetor adjustment......47 Storage ............64 Idle speed adjustment......47 SPECIFICAITIONS .........66 Spark plug inspection ......48...
  • Page 6: Give Safety The Right Of Way

    EUU75901 GIVE SAFETY THE RIGHT OF WAY Motorcycles are fascinating vehicles, which Protective clothing is as essential for the can give you an unsurpassed feeling of motorcycle rider as seat belts are for car power and freedom. However, they also drivers and passengers.
  • Page 7: General Note

    Much can be gained from the correct use and maintenance of a motorcycle. A MOTORCYCLE CAN KEEP ITS PERFORMANCE THE CUSTOMERS CAN USE THE FULLEST CAPABILITY FOR A LONGER TIME POTENTIAL OF YAMAHA MOTORCYCLES Comparison of wear on engine parts (piston, piston ring, cylinder, etc.) 100% With maintenance...
  • Page 8 FUEL COST AND REPAIR EXPENSES CAN BE A MOTORCYCLE CAN DEMAND A HIGH PRICE KEPT TO A MINIMUM WHEN IT IS TRADED IN AS A USED PRODUCT Fuel consumption With maintenance 100% Without maintenance Distance covered (km) Customer’s running cost (fuel cost plus maintenance and repair expenses) Without maintenance Big repairs at higher expenses...
  • Page 9: Description

    EAA50000 DESCRIPTION 1. Tail/Brake light 11. Shift pedal 2. Rear flasher light 12. Handlebar switch 3. Side cover 13. Speedometer 4. Fuel tank cap 14. Fuel gauge 5. Front flasher light 15. Main switch/steering lock 6. Kick starter 16. Throttle grip 7.
  • Page 10: Motorcycle Identification

    Record the key identification number, frame serial number and engine serial number in the spaces provided for assis- 2. FRAME SERIAL NUMBER: tance when ordering spare parts from a Yamaha dealer for reference in case the ve- hicle is stolen. 3. ENGINE SERIAL NUMBER:...
  • Page 11: Key Identification Number

    EAA61400 Key identification number The key identification number is stamped on the key. Record this number in the space provided and use it for reference when obtaining a new key. EAA60700 Frame serial number The frame serial number is stamped into the the frame.
  • Page 12: Control Functions

    EAB00000 CONTROL FUNCTIONS EAB00100 Main switch The main switch controls the ignition and lighting systems. Its operation is described below. Position Function Key removal Electrical circuits are switched on. Cannot be removed. The engine can be started. All electrical circuits are switched off. Can be removed.
  • Page 13: Indicator Lights

    EAB10000 Indicator lights Description Function Flashes when the Turn indicator light turn switch is “5”: “ON”. Lights when the Neutral indicator transmission is in light “N”: neutral. 1 Turn indicator light 2 Neutral indicator light 3 Top gear indicator light 4 High beam indicator light Light when the Top gear indicator...
  • Page 14: Instrument Panel

    Instrument panel Description Function Speedometer Shows riding speed. Shows accumlated Odometer mileage. 1 Speedometer 2 Odometer 3 Fuel gauge Shows the fuel level Fuel gauge in the fuel tank.
  • Page 15: Handlebar Switches

    Handlebar switches Lights switch Position Function Headlight, taillight and meter lights comes on when engine is running. Headlight, taillight and meter lights does not come on. 1 Lights switch Dimmer switch Position Function Turns on the headlight high & (HI) beam.
  • Page 16 Horn switch Position Function The horn sounds when push- (HORN) ing the switch. 4 Horn switch Start switch Position Function The starter motor cranks the START engine when pushing the switch. 5 Start switch...
  • Page 17: Shift Pedal

    EAB80001 Shift pedal This motorcycle is equipped with a con- stant-mesh 4-speed transmission. The shift pedal is located on the left side of the en- gine. 1 Shift pedal N. Neutral EAB90001 Front brake lever The front brake lever is located on the right handlebar.
  • Page 18: Rear Brake Pedal

    EAB90101 Rear brake pedal The rear brake pedal is on the right side of the motorcycle. Press down on the brake pedal to apply the rear brake. 1 Rear brake pedal EAC01300* Fuel tank cap To add fuel, open the seat. Then remove the fuel tank cap by turning it counterclock- wise.
  • Page 19: Starter Lever 1

    EAC20100 Starter lever 1 The starter lever is located on the left han- dlebar. Starting a cold engine requires a richer fuel mixture. In such a case, turn the starter lever to the left. After the engine is warm, turn the lever to its original position. 1 Starter lever EAC60700 Kick starter...
  • Page 20: Steering Lock

    EAC30401 Steering lock The steering is locked when the main switch is turned to “LOCK”. To lock the steering, turn the handlebars all the way to the left. With the key at “OFF”, push it into the main switch and release it, turn it coun- terclockwise to “LOCK”, and remove it.
  • Page 21: Seat

    EAC42301 Seat To open the seat: 1. Insert the key in the lock and turn it as shown. 2. Lift the end of the seat up to open. To lock the seat: 1. Replace the seat in the original posi- tion.
  • Page 22: Helmet Holder

    EAC50001 Helmet holder To open the helmet holder, insert the key in the lock and turn it as shown. To lock the helmet holder, replace the holder in its original position. EUU72900 Never ride with a helmet in the helmet 1 Helmet holder holder.
  • Page 23: Pre-operation Checks

    PRE-OPERATION CHECKS Before using this motorcycle, check the following points: Item Routine Page 9 Check fuel level/top up as required. Fuel 9 Check oil level/add oil as required. Engine oil 25, 41~43 9 Check operation, condition and free play. Adjust if necessary. Brake Make sure the brankes are working properly by checking at 50~52...
  • Page 24 NOTE: Pre-operation checks should be made each time the motorcycle is used. Such an inspection can be thoroughly accomplished in a very short time; and the added safety it assures is more than worth the time involved. If any item in the Pre-Operation Check is not working properly, have it inspected and re- paired before operating the motorcycle.
  • Page 25: Fuel

    EAE80000 Fuel Make sure there is sufficient fuel in the tank. EUU61000 Do not overfill the fuel tank. Avoid spilling fuel on the hot engine. Do not fill the fuel tank above the bottom of the filler tube as shown in the illustration or it may over- 1.
  • Page 26: Engine Oil

    EAE40104* Engine oil Make sure the engine oil is at the specified level. Fill with oil as necessary (see page 41 for details). Recommended oil: Yamalube 4 (20W40) or equivalent SAE 20W40 type SE motor oil Oil quantity: Total amount: 1 Oil level gauge 2 Upper level 3 Lower level...
  • Page 27: Tires

    EAE96700 Tires Cold tire pressure: Front Rear 175 kPa 200 kPa To ensure maximum performance, long Solo rider (1.75 kgf/cm (2.0 kgf/cm service, and safe operation, note the fol- 200 kPa 225 kPa With passenger (2.0 kgf/cm (2.25 kgf/cm lowing: 1.
  • Page 28 It is dangerous to ride with a worn-out tire. When a tire tread begins to show Size FRONT 2.25-17-4PR lines, have a Yamaha dealer replace the tire immediately. Brakes, tires, and related Size wheel parts replacement should be left to REAR 2.50-17-4PR...
  • Page 29: Operation And Important Riding Points

    1. Turn the main switch to ON”. 2. Shift transmission into neutral. EUU03000 NOTE: When the transmission is in neutral, the neutral indicator light (green) should be on. If the light does not come on, ask a Yamaha dealer to inspect it. N. Neutral...
  • Page 30 3. Fully open the starter lever “1”, and completely close the throttle grip. 4. Start the engine by pushing the starter switch or by kicking the kick starter. EUU03401 NOTE: If the engine fails to start, release the starter switch, wait a few seconds, then try again.
  • Page 31: Starting A Warm Engine

    EUU02600 NOTE: For maximum engine life, always warm up the engine before starting off. Never accel- erate hard with a cold engine! 6. After warming up the engine, turn off the starter completely. EUU02700 NOTE: The engine is warm when it responds nor- mally to the throttle with the starter turned off.
  • Page 32: Shifting

    Shifting The transmission lets you control the amount of power you have available at a given speed for starting, accelerating, climbing hills, etc. The use of the shift pedal is shown in the illustration. To start out and accelerate 1. Close the throttle completery. 1 Shift pedal N.
  • Page 33 4. Once the motorcycle has reached a high enough speed to change gears, close the throttle. 5. Shift into SECOND gear. 6. Open the throttle gradually. 7. Follow the same procedure when shifting to the next higher gear. 8. The speed can be adjusted by opening and closing the throttle grip.
  • Page 34: To Decelerate

    To decelerate 1. Close the throttle and apply both the front and the rear brakes at the same time to slow the motorcycle. 2. Downshift through the gears and when the motorcycle is almost com- pletely stopped, shift into nutral. Recommend shift point: Gear position Recommend speed...
  • Page 35: Engine Break-in

    EAF30000* Engine break-in 0~150Km There is never a more important period in the life of your motorcycle than the period between zero and 1,000 km. Because the engine is brand new, prolonged full throttle operation, or any condition which might result in excessive heating of the engine must be avoided during this period.
  • Page 36 After 1,000 km of operation, be sure to re- place the engine oil. 4. 1,000 km and beyond: Avoid prolonged full-throttle opera- tion. Vary speed occasionally. 1000Km~ EUU32200 If any engine trouble should occur during the break-in period, consult a Yamaha dealer immediately.
  • Page 37: Parking

    EAF40000 Parking When parking the motorcycle, stop the en- gine and remove the ignition key. EUU63000 The muffler and exhaust pipe are hot. Park the motorcycle in a place where pedestrians or children are not likely to touch the motorcycle. Do not park the mo- torcycle on a slope or soft ground;...
  • Page 38: Periodic Maintenance And Minor Repair

    The maintenance and lubrica- tion schedule chart should be considered strictly as a guide to general maintenance and lubrication intervals. EUU63200 If you are not familiar with motorcycle ser- vice, this work should be done by a Yamaha dealer.
  • Page 39: Tool Kit

    EUU67100 1 Tool kit Modifications to this motorcycle not ap- proved by Yamaha may cause loss of per- formance, and render it unsafe for use. Consult a Yamaha dealer before attempt- ing any changes.
  • Page 40: Periodic Maintenance/lubrication

    PERIODIC MAINTENANCE/LUBRICATION INITIAL EVERY ITEM REMARKS 500 km 2,000 km 4,000 km 8,000 km * Valve(s) Check valve clearance. Adjust if necessary. Spark plug Check condition. Clean or replace if necessary. Air filter Clean. Replace if necessary. Check idle speed/stater operation. * Carburetor Adjust if necessary.
  • Page 41 Check specific gravity. Check that the breather * Battery pipe is working properly. Correct if necessary It is recommended that these items be serviced by a Yamaha dealer. Medium weight wheel bearing grease. (bearing type) ***: Lithium soap base grease. (bush type)
  • Page 42: Engine Oil

    EAH48201* Engine oil 1. Oil level measurement a. Place the motorcycle on the center- stand. Warm up the engine for several minutes. EUU03901 NOTE: Be sure the motorcycle is positioned straight up when checking the oil level. A 1 Oil level gauge 2 Upper level 3 Lower level slight tilt toward the side can result in false...
  • Page 43 d. The oil level should be between the maximum and minimum marks. If the level is low, add sufficient oil to raise it to the proper level. 2. Engine oil replacement a. Warm up the engine for a few min- utes.
  • Page 44 9 Be sure no foreign material enters the crankcase. f. Start the engine and warm up for a few minutes. While warming up check for oil leakage. If oil leakage is found, stop the engine immediately, and ask a Yamaha dealer to check the cause.
  • Page 45: Air Filter

    Air filter 1. Remove the front panel and the legshield by removing the screws. 2. Remove the air filter case fitting screws and the filter case cover. 1 Air filter case cover 2 Screw (4 pcs) 3. Remove the air filter element from its case, and clean it with solvent.
  • Page 46 4. Apply recommended oil to the entire surface of the filter and squeeze out the excess oil. The element should be wet but not dripping. Recommended oil: Yamalube 2 (2 stroke engine oil) or Yamalube 4 (20W40) 5. Install the element in its case. 9 If oil is not applied to the element, the engine damage may occur.
  • Page 47: Throttle Cable Adjustment

    The throttle cable should have a specified free play in the turning direction at the grip A. Free play: 3~7 mm flange. If the free play is incorrect, ask a Yamaha dealer to make adjustment. Free play: 3~7 mm...
  • Page 48: Carburetor Adjustment

    Carburetor adjustment The carburetor is a vital part of the engine and requires very sophisticated adjust- ment. Most adjustments should be left to a Yamaha dealer who has the professional knowledge and experience to do so. Standard idle speed: 1,400~1,600 r/min...
  • Page 49: Spark Plug Inspection

    Do not attempt to diagnose any problems yourself. Instead, take the motorcycle to a Yamaha dealer. You should periodically re- move and inspect the spark plug because heat and deposits will cause the spark plug to slowly break down and erode.
  • Page 50 Before installing the spark plug, measure Spark plug gap: the electrode gap with a wire thickness 0.6 ~ 0.7 mm gauge; adjust the gap to specification as necessary. Spark plug torque: When installing the plug, always clean the 12.5 Nm (1.25 m•kg) gasket surface and use a new gasket.
  • Page 51: Front Brake Adjustment

    EAH85201 Front brake adjustment The front brake lever free play should be adjusted to 8~12 mm at the brake lever end. Adjustment is accomplished at the front brake hub. To adjust, turn the adjuster clockwise to reduce play or counterclock- wise to increase play.
  • Page 52: Rear Brake Adjustment

    Rear brake adjustment The rear brake pedal free play should be adjusted to 20~30 mm at the brake pedal end. Turn the adjuster on the brake rod clockwise to reduce play or counterclock- wise to increase play. EUU69800 1. The rear brake pedal adjustment must A.
  • Page 53: Brake Light Switch Adjustment

    This indicator allows checking of shoe wear without disassembling the brake. Apply the brake and check the position of the indicator. If the indicator reaches to the wear limit line, ask a Yamaha dealer to re- place the shoes. 1 Wear limit 2 Indicator...
  • Page 54: Drive Chain Slack Check

    EAI40001 Drive chain slack check EUU04801 NOTE: Spin the wheel several times and find the tightest position of the chain. Check and/or adjust the chain slack while it’s in this tight- est position. a. Drive chain slack: 20~30 mm Inspect the drive chain when the motorcy- cle is on the centerstand.
  • Page 55: Drive Chain Slack Adjustment

    Drive chain slack adjustment 1. Loosen the rear brake adjuster. 2. Loosen the axle nut. 3. Loosen the sprocket shaft nut and the axle nut. 4. To tighten the chain, turn the chain ad- juster clockwise. To loosen the chain, turn the adjuster counterclockwise and push the wheel forward.
  • Page 56 5. After adjusting, be sure to tighten the Tightening torque: loosened parts. Axle nut: Tighten the axle nut at specified 60 Nm (6.0 m•kg) torque. Sprocket shaft nut: 6. Adjust the free play in the brake pedal. 80 Nm (8.0 m•kg)
  • Page 57: Drive Chain Lubrication

    EAI40601 Drive chain lubrication The chain consists of many parts which work with each other. If the chain is not maintained properly, it will wear out quick- ly. Therefore, the chain must be serviced regularly. This service is especially neces- sary when riding in dusty areas.
  • Page 58: Brake Lever And Pedal

    EAI30601 Brake lever and pedal Lubricate the pivoting parts. Recommended lubricant: Yamalube 4 or SAE 20W40 motor oil EAI30801 Center and sidestand Lubricate the pivoting parts. Check to see that the center and sidestand move up and down smoothly. Recommended lubricant: Yamalube 4 or SAE 20W40 motor oil...
  • Page 59: Front Fork Inspection

    Hold the motorcycle in an upright po- sition and apply the front brake. b. Stroke the front forks up and down several times. EUU42500 If any damage or unsmooth movement is found with the front fork, consult a Yamaha dealer.
  • Page 60: Battery

    EAI70001* Battery Check the level of the battery electrolyte and make sure that the terminals are tight. Add distilled water if the electrolyte level is low. NOTE: The battery fluid should be checked at least once a month. 1 Upper level 2 Lower level EUU33601 When inspecting the battery, be sure the...
  • Page 61 EUU65800 Battery electrolyte is poisonous and dan- gerous, causing severe burns, etc. It con- tains sulfuric acid. Avoid contact with skin, eyes or clothing. Antidote: EXTERNAL: Flush with water. INTERNAL: Drink large quantities of water or milk. Follow with milk of magnesia, beaten egg, or vegetable oil.
  • Page 62: Replenishing The Battery Fluid

    Replenishing the battery fluid A poorly maintained battery will corrode and discharge quickly. The battery fluid should be checked at least once a month. The level should be between the minimum and maximum marks. Use only distilled water if refilling is necessary. EUU33800 1.
  • Page 63: Fuse Replacement

    Turn on the switches and see if the electrical device operates. If the fuse immediately blows again, 1 Fuse case consult a Yamaha dealer. EUU34400 Specified fuse: 7A Do not use fuses of higher amperage rating than those recommended. Substitution of a...
  • Page 64: Troubleshooting

    If your motorcycle requires any repair, bring it to a Yamaha dealer. The skilled technicians at a Yamaha dealership have the tools, experience, and know-how to properly service your motorcycle. Use only genuine Yamaha parts on your motorcycle.
  • Page 65: Cleaning And Storage

    EAK00000 CLEANING AND 3. Dry the chain and lubricate it to pre- STORAGE vent rust. 4. Automotive-type wax may be applied EAK01302* A. CLEANING to all painted and chrome-plated sur- Frequent, thorough cleaning of your mo- faces. When finished, start the engine torcycle will not only enhance its appear- and let it idle for several minutes.
  • Page 66 EUU05800 3. Remove the drive chain. Thoroughly NOTE: clean the chain with solvent and lubri- Make any necessary repairs before storing cate it. Reinstall the chain or store it in the motorcycle. a plastic bag (tied to frame for safe- keeping).
  • Page 67: Specifications

    SPECIFICATIONS Model Dimensions: Overall length 1,870 mm Overall width 655 mm Overall height 1,050 mm Seat height 755 mm Wheelbase 1,190 mm Minimum ground clearance 130 mm Basic weight: With oil and full fuel tank 96 kg Minimum turning radius: 1,800 mm Engine: Type...
  • Page 68 Model Engine oil (4-cycle): Type Yamalibe 4 (20W40) or equivalent SAE 20W40 type SE motor oil Capacity Periodic oil change 0.8 L Total amount 1.0 L Air filter: Wet type element Fuel: Type Regular gasoline Tank capacity 4.3 L Reserve amount Carburetor: Type/manufacturer VM16SH/MIKUNI...
  • Page 69 Model Spark plug: Type/manufacturer CR7HSA/NGK 0.6~0.7 mm Clutch type: Wet, centrifugal, automatic Transmission: Primary reduction system Spur gear Primary reduction ratio 67/18 (3.722) Secondary reduction system Chain drive Secondary reduction ratio 37/15 (2.467) Transmission type Constant mesh 4 speed Operation Left foot operation Gear ratio: 38/12 (3.167)
  • Page 70 Model Chassis: Frmae type Steel Tube underbone Caster angle 27° Trail 78 mm Tire: Type With tube Size – Front 2.25-17-4PR Rear 2.50-17-4PR Brake: Front brake type Drum brake Operation Right hand operation Rear brake type Drum brake Operation Right foot operation Suspension: Front Telescopic fork...
  • Page 71 Model Wheel travel: Front 80 mm Rear 65 mm Electrical: Ignition system C.D.I Generator system Flywheel magneto Battery type/capacity 12V5AH Headlight type: Krypton bulb Bulb wattage/quantity: Headlight 12V30W/30W Tail/brake light 12V/5W/21W Flasher light 12V10W Meter light 12V1.7W Indicator light wattage/quantity: “NEUTRAL”...
  • Page 72 YAMAHA MOTOR CO., LTD.

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