ECONDARY AIR DEVICE ANOMALIES
Cutoff valve of the secondary air device not
Vacuum inlet pipe from the secondary air
device disconnected or cracked
Reed valve of the secondary air device does
not close properly and deteriorates the rub-
ber sleeve between device and head pipe.
TRANSMISSION AND BRAKES
LUTCH GRABBING OR PERFORMING INADEQUATELY
Fluid leaks from the hydraulic braking sys-
Coolant leaking from the hydraulic brake
Replace the secondary air device
Replace the pipe
Replace device and sleeve.
Check that the masses are free from grease. Check
that the contact surface of the clutch masses with the
bell is mainly in the centre and with the same features
on the three masses.
Check that the clutch bell exhibits no abnormal wear
Check the pad wear (1.5 mm MrN).
Make sure the brake disc is not worn, scratched or de-
Make sure the fluid level in the pump is correct and
change the brake fluid if necessary.
Make sure there is no air in the circuit and bleed if
Make sure the front brake caliper moves in line with
Flexible connections, piston or brake pump gaskets