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   Summary of Contents for Honda Wave 110i

  • Page 1 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.
  • Page 2 Honda motorcycle. Your selection of a ● The illustrations here in are based on the Honda makes you part of a worldwide family ED type. of satisfied customers who appreciate Country Codes Honda’s reputation for building quality into...
  • Page 3 A Few Words About Safety Your safety, and the safety of others, is very DANGER important. Operating this motorcycle safely is You WILL be KILLED or SERIOUSLY an important responsibility. HURT 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 4: Table Of Contents

    Contents Motorcycle Safety P. 2 Operation Guide P. 18 Maintenance P. 35 Troubleshooting P. 78 Information P. 92 Specifications P. 103 Index P. 106
  • Page 5: Motorcycle Safety

    Motorcycle Safety This section contains important information for safe riding of your motorcycle. Please read this section carefully. Safety Guidelines .........P. 3 Image Labels..........P. 6 Safety Precautions ........P. 11 Riding Precautions ........P. 12 Accessories & Modifications......P. 15 Loading ............P. 16
  • Page 6: 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 ● Perform all routine and regular inspections onto the grab rail or your waist, leaning with specified in this manual.
  • Page 7 Safety Guidelines Make Yourself Easy to See Keep Your Honda in Safe Condition Make yourself more visible, especially at night, It’s important to keep your motorcycle properly by wearing bright reflective clothing, maintained and in safe riding condition. positioning yourself so other drivers can see...
  • Page 8 Safety Guidelines check the tightness of critical nuts and bolts, WARNING and check the handlebar, control levers, brakes, and wheels. Ride slowly and cautiously. Carbon monoxide gas is toxic. Your motorcycle may have suffered damage Breathing it can cause that is not immediately apparent. Have your unconsciousness and even kill you.
  • Page 9: Image Labels

    Image Labels Image Labels Read instructions contained in Owner’s Manual carefully. The following pages describe the label meanings. Some labels warn you of Read instructions contained in Shop Manual potential hazards that could cause serious carefully. In the interest of safety, take the injury.
  • Page 10 Image Labels BATTERY LABEL DANGER • Keep flame and spark away from the battery. Battery produce explosive gas that can cause explosion. • Wear the eye protection and rubber gloves when handling the battery, or you can get burned or lose your eyesight by the battery electrolyte.
  • Page 11 Image Labels ACCESSORIES AND LOADING WARNING LABEL WARNING ACCESSORIES AND LOADING • The safety stability and handling of this motorcycle may be affected by the addition of accessories and luggage. • Read carefully the instructions contained in user’s manual and installation guide before installing any accessory.
  • Page 12 Image Labels TYRE INFORMATION & DRIVE CHAIN LABEL Cold tyre pressure: [Driver only] Front 200 kPa (2.00 kgf/cm , 29 psi) Rear 225 kPa (2.25 kgf/cm , 33 psi) [Driver and passenger] Front 200 kPa (2.00 kgf/cm , 29 psi) Rear 280 kPa (2.80 kgf/cm , 41 psi)
  • Page 13 Image Labels SAFETY REMINDER LABEL For your protection, always wear helmet, protective apparel. FUEL LABEL Unleaded petrol only CARGO LIMIT LABEL Do not exceed 5.0 kg (11.0 lb). 5.0kg (11.0lb)
  • Page 14: 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 handlebars and feet on the footpegs. ● Keep passenger’s hands onto the grab rail or Not wearing a helmet increases the your waist, passenger’s feet on the footpegs chance of serious injury or death in a...
  • Page 15: Riding Precautions

    Riding Precautions Riding Precautions The tyres slip more easily on such surfaces and braking distances are longer. ● Avoid continuous braking. Running-in Period Repeated braking, such as when During the first 500 km (300 miles) of running, descending long, steep slopes can follow these guidelines to ensure your seriously overheat the brakes, reducing motorcycle’s future reliability and performance.
  • Page 16 Riding Precautions ❙ Engine Braking Parking Engine braking helps slow your motorcycle ● Park on a firm, level surface. down when you release the throttle. For further ● If you must park on an incline or loose slowing action, downshift to a lower gear. Use surface, park so that the motorcycle cannot engine braking with intermittent use of the move or fall over.
  • Page 17 Riding Precautions Use the centre stand 3. Turn the handlebars fully to the left. Let down the centre stand, stand on the left Turning the handlebars to the right side of the motorcycle. Hold the left handle reduces stability and may cause the grip and the left grab rail.
  • Page 18: Accessories & Modifications

    Honda or make modifications to your motorcycle from its Follow all instructions in this owner’s original design. Doing so can make it unsafe.
  • Page 19: Loading

    Loading Loading WARNING ● Carrying extra weight affects your Overloading or improper loading can motorcycle’s handling, braking and stability. cause a crash and you can be seriously Always ride at a safe speed for the load you hurt or killed. are carrying.
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  • Page 21: Operation Guide

    Basic Operation Flow ❙ Pre-ride Inspection (P40) ❙ Acceleration Carefully inspect your motorcycle to make sure that it is safe to ride. Apply throttle gradually. Obey the speed limit. ❙ Starting the Engine (P26) Start and warm the engine. ❙ Avoid revving the engine.
  • Page 22 ❙ ❙ Parking (P13) Braking Close the throttle and apply the Park on a firm level surface. front and rear brake together. Use the stand, and lock the The brake lights will indicate that steering. you have applied the brakes. ❙...
  • Page 23: Parts Location

    Parts Location Battery (P57) (P91) Fuse box Helmet holder (P33) Throttle grip (P58) Front brake fluid reservoir (P70) Front top cover (P52) (P60) Spark plug Kickstarter (P27) Engine oil drain bolt (P63) Engine oil fill cap/dipstick (P62)
  • Page 24 Helmet holder (P33) (P53) Headlight case Document bag (P34) (P34) Centre compartment (P34) Tool kit (P33) Seat Fuel fill cap (P31) Seat lock (P33) (P65) Drive chain Side stand (P76) Crankcase breather (P13) Centre stand (P59) Shift lever (P29)
  • Page 25 Instruments Speedometer • This is shows your speed in kilometer per hour (km/h) and/or miles per hour (mph) depend on type. Gear range Shows proper speed range for each gear. Odometer • Total distance ridden. Fuel gauge Needle in the red mark, remaining fuel approximately 0.98 litres (0.259 US gal, 0.216 Imp gal)
  • Page 26 Indicators PGM-FI (Programmed Fuel Injection) malfunction indicator lamp (MIL) Comes on briefly when the ignition switch is turned on. If it comes on while engine is running: Gear position indicators (P80) Indicate 1st to 4th gear position. Left turn signal Right turn signal indicator indicator...
  • Page 27 Switches Start button Headlight turns off when operating the starter motor. Turn signal switch Pressing the switch turns the turn signal off. Horn button Headlight dimmer switch • : High beam • : Low beam
  • Page 28 Ignition Switch Turns electrical system on for starting/riding. Switches the electrical system on/off, locks the steering. Key can be removed when in the OFF or LOCK Turns engine off. position. LOCK Locks steering. ❙ Steering Lock Locking Lock the steering when parking to help Turn the handlebars all the way to the left or prevent theft.
  • Page 29: Starting The Engine

    Starting the Engine Start your engine using the following Do not operate the kickstarter while the procedure, regardless of whether the engine engine is running as engine damage could is cold or warm. result. Do not apply excessive force on the kickstarter.
  • Page 30 Turn the ignition switch to the ON position. Make sure the transmission to Neutral ( indicator comes on). (Using the start button) Press the start button with the throttle completely closed. Release the start button as soon as the engine starts. (Using the Kickstarter) Lightly depress the kickstarter until resistance is felt.
  • Page 31 Starting the Engine (Continued) If you cannot start the engine: (Using the kickstater) With the throttle slightly open (about 3 Turn the ignition switch to OFF position. mm), press the start button or operate the Open the throttle fully and crank the engine kickstarter.
  • Page 32 Shifting Gears Your motorcycle transmission has four forward gears. The gearshift operation differs when stopping and when moving. When stopping, change can be made from Stopping 4th to neutral directly with the 4-step rotary system. When moving, the forward 4-step return system is used.
  • Page 33 Shifting Gears (Continued) If you put the motorcycle in gear with the Downshifting side stand down, the engine will shut off. Downshifting at speeds higher than those in the table below may over rev the engine and Proper shifting can prevent damaging the can cause damage to the engine and engine and transmission.
  • Page 34 Refuelling Fuel type: Unleaded petrol only Fuel fill cap Filler neck Fuel octane number: Your motorcycle is Fuel level (max) designed to use Research Octane Number Fuel filler opening (RON) 90 or higher. Tank capacity: 3.7 litres (0.98 US gal, 0.81 lmp gal) ❙...
  • Page 35 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 is aligned. Close the seat. WARNING Petrol is highly flammable and explosive.
  • Page 36: Storage Equipment

    Storage Equipment Helmet holders The helmet holders are located under the seat. Use the helmet holders only when parked. Ignition key WARNING Riding with a helmet attached to the holder can interfere with the rear Seat lock wheel or suspension and could cause a Seat Open crash in which you can be seriously Insert the ignition key into the seat lock and...
  • Page 37 Storage Equipment (Continued) Centre compartment Document bag Never exceed the maximum weight limit. The document bag is in the document Maximum Weight: 5.0 kg (11.0 lb) compartment in the reverse side of the seat. Do not store any items that are flammable or Document bag susceptible to heat damage.
  • Page 38: 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. 36 Engine Oil ...........P. 62 Maintenance Schedule ......P. 37 Drive Chain ..........P. 65 Maintenance Fundamentals ..... P. 40 Brakes ............P.
  • Page 39: Importance Of Maintenance

    Importance of Maintenance Importance of Maintenance Maintenance Safety Keeping your motorcycle well-maintained is Always read the maintenance instructions absolutely essential to your safety and to before you begin each task, and make sure that protect your investment, obtain maximum you have the tools, parts, and skills required. performance, avoid breakdowns, and reduce air We cannot warn you of every conceivable pollution.
  • Page 40: Maintenance Schedule

    Honda’s standards and specifications by properly trained and Honda recommends that your dealer should equipped technicians. Your dealer meets all road test your motorcycle after each periodic of these requirements. Keep an accurate maintenance is carried out.
  • Page 41: Maintenance Schedule

    : Intermediate. We recommend service by your dealer, unless you have the necessary tools and are mechanically skilled. Procedures are provided in an official Honda Shop Manual. : Technical. In the interest of safety, have your motorcycle serviced by your dealer.
  • Page 42 Maintenance Schedule Odometer reading Pre-ride Annual Regular Refer to Items Check × 1,000 km Check Replace page P. 40 × 1,000 mi Drive Chain Every 500 km (300 mi): Brake Fluid 2 Years Brake Shoes/Pads Wear 71, 74 Brake System Brake Light Switch Headlight Aim Clutch System...
  • Page 43: Maintenance Fundamentals

    Maintenance Fundamentals ● Brakes - Check operation; Pre-ride Inspection Front: check brake fluid level P. 70 To ensure safety, it is your responsibility to pads wear. P. 71 perform a pre-ride inspection and make sure Rear: check shoes wear P. 74 that any problem you find is corrected.
  • Page 44 Maintenance Fundamentals Replacing Parts WARNING Always use Honda Genuine Parts or their Installing non-Honda parts may make equivalents to ensure reliability and safety. your motorcycle unsafe and cause a crash in which you can be seriously When ordering coloured components, specify hurt or killed.
  • Page 45 Maintenance Fundamentals Battery WARNING Your motorcycle has a maintenance-free type The battery gives off explosive battery. You do not have to check the battery hydrogen gas during normal electrolyte level or add distilled water. Clean the operation. battery terminals if they become dirty or corroded.
  • Page 46 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 47 Conserving” on the circular API service symbol. Selecting the Engine Oil For recommended engine oil, see “Specifications.” P. 104 If you use non-Honda engine oil, check the label to make sure that the oil satisfies all of the following standards: Not recommended Recommended ●...
  • Page 48 NOTICE have the sprocket replaced by your dealer. Brake fluid can damage plastic and painted surfaces. Wipe up spills immediately and wash thoroughly. Recommended brake fluid: Honda DOT 3 or DOT 4 Brake Fluid or Normal Worn Damaged equivalent (GOOD)
  • Page 49 Crankcase Breather Recommended lubricant: Pro Honda HP Chain Lube or Service more frequently when riding in rain, SAE 80/90 gear oil at full throttle, or after the motorcycle is washed or overturned. Service if the deposit level can be seen in the transparent section of the drain tube.
  • Page 50 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.
  • Page 51 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 For safe riding, you should replace the tyres worn or improperly inflated can cause when the minimum tread depth is reached.
  • Page 52 The old tube recommended in this owner’s manual. will probably be stretched, and it could fail if installed in a new tyre. ● Have the wheel balanced with Honda Genuine balance weights or equivalent after the tyre is installed.
  • Page 53 Maintenance Fundamentals Air Cleaner This motorcycle 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 54: Tool Kit

    Tool kit The tool kit is stored in the centre compartment. P. 34 You can perform some roadside repairs, minor adjustments and parts replacement with the tools contained in the kit. ● 10 × 14 mm Open end wrench ● Spark plug wrench ●...
  • Page 55: Removing & Installing Body Components

    Removing & Installing Body Components ❙ Front Top Cover Removal 1. Remove the clips. P. 56 The front top cover must be removed for 2. Remove the screws A, screws B and front turn signal bulbs replacement. screws C. Screws A Screws B 3.
  • Page 56: Headlight Case

    Removing & Installing Body Components Headlight Case ❙ Headlight Case Removal 1. Pull up the rubber dust covers. The headlight case must be removed for 2. Loosen the lock nuts by turning clockwise. headlight bulb and position light bulbs 3. Loosen the rearview mirrors and remove replacement.
  • Page 57 Removing & Installing Body Components Headlight Case Handle top cover Screw A Bolt Headlight case Boss A Rear handle cover Screws B Boss A Screw A Screws A 5. Remove the screws A. Connector Screws C 6. Remove the handle top cover. 7.
  • Page 58 Removing & Installing Body Components Headlight Case ❙ Installation 1. Install the mirror adapters. 2. Install the rearview mirrors by turning Install the parts in the reverse order of counterclockwise until they will no longer removal. turn. Make sure the tabs and boss B on the 3.
  • Page 59: Clip

    Removing & Installing Body Components Clip ❙ Clip Installation 1. Slightly open the retaining pawls and then The clip must be removed to remove the font push them out. top cover. 2. Insert the clip into the hole. ❙ 3. Lightly press down on the centre pin to Removal lock the clip.
  • Page 60: Battery

    Removing & Installing Body Components Battery ❙ Battery Removal Make sure the ignition switch is off. 1. Open the seat. P. 33 Battery cover Screw 2. Remove the battery cover by removing the screw. 3. Disconnect the negative terminal from the battery.
  • Page 61: 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 cable inspected by your dealer.
  • Page 62: Crankcase Breather

    Crankcase Breather 1. Place a drain pan under the crankcase breather tube. 2. Remove the crankcase breather tube and drain deposits. 3. Reinstall the crankcase breather tube. Crankcase breather
  • Page 63: Spark Plug

    Spark Plug Checking Spark Plug Spark plug cap For the recommended spark plug, see “Specifications.” P. 104 Use only the recommended type of spark plug in the recommended heat range. NOTICE Using spark plugs with an improper heat range can cause engine damage.
  • Page 64 Spark Plug Checking Spark Plug 5. Check the spark plug gap using a wire- 8. Tighten the spark plug: ● type feeler gauge. If the old plug is good: If adjustment is necessary, bend the 1/6 turn after it seats ●...
  • Page 65: Engine Oil

    Engine Oil Checking the Engine Oil Upper level 1. Park your motorcycle on its centre stand on a firm, level surface. 2. If the engine is cold, idle the engine for 3 to 5 minutes. 3. Turn the ignition switch off, stop the engine and wait 2 to 3 minutes.
  • Page 66: Adding Engine Oil

    Engine Oil Adding Engine Oil Adding Engine Oil For the recommended oil and oil selection guidelines, see “Maintenance If the engine oil is below or near the lower Fundamentals.” P. 44 level mark, add the recommended engine oil. P. 44 Changing Engine Oil 1.
  • Page 67 Engine Oil Changing Engine Oil 3. Turn the ignition switch off, stop the 6. Install a new sealing washer onto the engine and wait for 2 to 3 minutes. drain bolt. 4. Place a drain pan under the drain bolt. 7.
  • Page 68: Drive Chain

    Drive Chain Inspecting the Drive Chain Drive chain slack: Slack 20 to 30 mm (0.8 to 1.2 in) Do not ride your motorcycle if the Check the drive chain slack at several points slack exceeds 50 mm (2.0 in). along the chain. If the slack is not constant at all points, some links may be kinked and binding.
  • Page 69 Drive Chain Adjusting the Drive Chain Slack Adjusting the Drive Chain Slack Lock nut Drive chain adjuster Adjusting the chain requires special tools. Have the drive chain slack adjusted by your dealer. 1. Place your motorcycle on the centre stand on a level surface. 2.
  • Page 70 Drive Chain Adjusting the Drive Chain Slack 5. Turn both adjusting nuts an equal 7. Tighten the rear axle nut. number of turns until the correct drive Torque: 59 N·m (6.0 kgf·m, 44 lbf·ft) chain slack is obtained. Turn the 8.
  • Page 71 Drive Chain Adjusting the Drive Chain Slack ❙ ❙ Checking the Drive Chain Wear Removal and Cleaning the Drive Chain If the drive chain slack is excessive when the rear axle is moved to the furthest limit of When the drive chain becomes dirty, it adjustment, the drive chain is worn and must should be removed and cleaned prior to be replaced.
  • Page 72 Drive Chain Adjusting the Drive Chain Slack 2. Clean the drive chain in high flash-point 4. Install the drive chain. Pass the chain over solvent and allow it to dry. Inspect the the sprockets and join the ends of the drive chain for possible wear or damage.
  • Page 73: Brakes

    Brakes Checking Brake Fluid Front brake fluid reservoir This motorcycle has a hydraulic front disc brake. As the brake pads wear, brake fluid level drops. 1. Place your motorcycle 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 LOWER level mark.
  • Page 74 Brakes Inspecting the Brake Pads Inspecting the Brake Pads Inspect the brake pads from below the brake caliper. Check the condition of the brake pad groove wear indicators. If necessary have the pads replaced by your The pads need to be replaced if a brake pad dealer.
  • Page 75 Brakes Inspecting the Rear Brake Pedal Freeplay Inspecting the Rear Brake Pedal Adjusting the Rear Brake Pedal Freeplay Freeplay 1. Place the motorcycle on its centre stand. Make sure the cut-out on the adjusting nut is 2. Measure the distance of the rear brake seated on the brake arm pin when adjusting pedal before the starts to take hold.
  • Page 76 Brakes Adjusting the Rear Brake Pedal Freeplay 1. Adjust by turning the rear brake adjusting Brake arm nut a half-turn at a time. Push Brake arm pin Decrease freeplay Brake arm pin Adjusting nut Increase Adjusting nut freeplay After adjustment, confirm the freeplay of the 2.
  • Page 77 Brake panel 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 mark Brake arm
  • Page 78: Clutch

    Clutch Checking the Clutch System Adjuster 1. Loosen the lock nut. 2. Turn the clutch adjuster clockwise one turn; do not turn excessively. Lock nut 3. Slowly turn the adjuster counterclockwise until a slight resistance is felt. From this position, turn the adjuster clockwise 1/8 turn, and tighten the lock nut.
  • Page 79: Side Stand

    Side Stand 4. Sit on the motorcycle, shift the transmission in Neutral, and raise the side stand. 5. Start the engine, and shift the transmission into gear. 6. Lower the side stand all the way. The engine should stop as you lower the side stand.
  • Page 80: Other Adjustments

    Other Adjustments Adjusting the Headlight Aim Adjusting the Brakelight Switch You can adjust vertical aim of the headlight for proper alignment. Loosen the adjusting Check the operation of the brakelight switch. bolt and move the headlight up or down as Turn the adjusting nut in the direction A if necessary.
  • Page 81: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Engine Will Not Start .........P. 79 Warning Indicator On or Flashing.....P. 80 PGM-FI (Programmed Fuel Injection) Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL) ....P. 80 Tyre Puncture ..........P. 81 Tube Repair and Replacement ....P. 81 Electrical Trouble........P. 86 Battery Goes Dead........P. 86 Burned-out Light Bulb .......P.
  • Page 82: Engine Will Not Start

    Engine Will Not Start ❙ ❙ Starter Motor Operates But Engine Starter Motor Does Not Operate Does Not Start Check the following items: ● Check the following items: Check for a blown fuse P. 91 ● ● Check the correct engine starting Check for a loose battery connection or sequence battery terminal corrosion...
  • Page 83: Warning Indicator On Or Flashing

    Warning Indicator On or Flashing PGM-FI (Programmed Fuel Injection) Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL) If the indicator comes ON while riding, you may have a serious problem with the PGM-FI system. Reduce speed and have your motorcycle inspected by your dealer as soon as possible.
  • Page 84: 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 motorcycle with a performed by your dealer. temporary tyre or tube repair can be After an emergency repair, always have the risky.
  • Page 85 Tyre Puncture Removing Wheels ❙ Front Wheel Front axle nut cap Front axle nut Removal 1. Park your motorcycle on its centre stand on a firm, level surface. 2. Raise the front wheel off the ground by placing a support block under the engine. 3.
  • Page 86 Tyre Puncture Removing Wheels Installation Speedometer gear box Slot 1. Install the side collar into the right side wheel hub. 2. Position the wheel between the fork legs and insert the front axle shaft from the right side, through the right fork leg and wheel hub.
  • Page 87 Tyre Puncture Removing Wheels ❙ Rear Wheel 5. Loosen the drive chain lock nuts and drive chain adjusting nuts. Removal 6. Remove the rear axle nut. 1. Park your motorcycle on its centre stand 7. Remove the drive chain from the driven on a firm, level surface.
  • Page 88 Tyre Puncture Removing Wheels Installation Improper assembly may lead to loss of 1. To install the rear wheel, reverse the braking capacity. removal procedure. 2. Tighten the rear axle nut. A used cotter pin may not effectively secure a fastener. Always replace a used cotter pin Torque: 59 N·m (6.0 kgf·m, 44 lbf·ft) with a new one.
  • Page 89: Electrical Trouble

    Electrical Trouble Battery Goes Dead Burned-out Light Bulb Charge the battery using a motorcycle Follow the procedure below to replace a battery charger. burned-out light bulb. Remove the battery from the motorcycle Turn the ignition switch to the OFF or LOCK while charging.
  • Page 90 Electrical Trouble Burned-out Light Bulb ❙ Headlight Bulb 1. Remove the headlight case. P. 53 2. Pull the socket off the bulb without TOP mark turning it. 3. Remove the dust cover. Socket 4. Press the pin down and pull out the bulb without turning it.
  • Page 91 Electrical Trouble Burned-out Light Bulb ❙ ❙ Position Light Bulb Brake/Tail Light Bulb Bulb Bulb Tabs Brake/tail light lens Screws Socket 1. Remove the headlight case. 1. Remove the brake/tail light lens by P. 53 2. Turn the socket counterclockwise and pull removing the screws and releasing the it out.
  • Page 92 Electrical Trouble Burned-out Light Bulb ❙ ❙ Front Turn Signal Bulb Rear Turn Signal Bulb Socket Rear turn signal lens Bulb Tabs Bulb 1. Remove the brake/tail light lens. P. 88 1. Remove the front top cover. P. 53 2. Remove the rear turn signal lens by 2.
  • Page 93 Electrical Trouble Burned-out Light Bulb ❙ License Plate Light Bulb License light cover Bulb Screws 1. Remove the screws and license light cover. 2. Pull out the bulb without turning it. 3. Install a new bulb and parts in the reverse order of removal.
  • Page 94: Blown Fuse

    Electrical Trouble Blown Fuse Blown Fuse 1. Open the seat. P. 33 2. Remove the battery cover. P. 57 Before handling fuses, see “Inspecting and 3. Open the fuse box cover. Replacing Fuses.” P. 43 4. Pull the main fuse and other fuses out one by one and check for a blown fuse.
  • Page 95: Information

    Information Keys.............P. 93 Instruments, Controls, & Other Features..P. 94 Fuels Containing Alcohol......P. 95 Catalytic Converter ........P. 96 Caring for Your Motorcycle.......P. 97 Storing Your Motorcycle ......P. 99 Transporting Your Motorcycle ....P. 100 You & the Environment ......P. 101 Serial Numbers .........P. 102
  • Page 96: Keys

    Keys Keys Ignition key Be sure to record the key number provided with the original keys and record it in this manual. Store the spare key in a safe location. To make a duplicate, take the spare key or the key number to your dealer.
  • Page 97: 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 document bag located reverse side of Ignition Switch the seat. Leaving the ignition switch ON with the engine stopped will drain the battery.
  • Page 98: Fuels Containing Alcohol

    Fuels Containing Alcohol Fuels Containing Alcohol The use of petrol containing more than 10% ethanol (or more than 5% methanol) 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 99: Catalytic Converter

    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 100: Caring For Your Motorcycle

    Frequent cleaning and polishing is important to 3. Thoroughly rinse your motorcycle with plenty ensure the long life of your Honda. A clean of clean water and dry with a soft, clean motorcycle makes it easier to spot potential cloth.
  • Page 101 Caring for Your Motorcycle ❙ ● Washing Precautions Do not direct water at the air cleaner: Follow these guidelines when washing: Water in the air cleaner can prevent the ● Do not use high-pressure washers: engine from starting. ● High-pressure water cleaners can damage Do not direct water near the headlight: moving parts and electrical parts, Any condensation inside the headlight...
  • Page 102: Storing Your Motorcycle

    Storing Your Motorcycle ● Storing Your Motorcycle To remove stubborn stains, use diluted detergent and rinse thoroughly with plenty of water. If you store your motorcycle outdoors, you ● Avoid getting petrol, brake fluid, or should consider using a full-body motorcycle detergents on the instruments, panels, or cover.
  • Page 103: Transporting Your Motorcycle

    Transporting Your Motorcycle Transporting Your After removing your motorcycle from storage, inspect all maintenance items required by the Motorcycle Maintenance Schedule. If your motorcycle needs to be transported, it should be carried on a motorcycle trailer or a flatbed truck or trailer that has a loading ramp or lifting platform, and motorcycle tie-down straps.
  • Page 104: You & The Environment

    You & the Environment You & the Environment drain or on the ground. Used oil, petrol, coolant, and cleaning solvents contain poisons Owning and riding a motorcycle can be that can hurt refuse workers and contaminate enjoyable, but you must do your part to protect drinking water, lakes, rivers, and oceans.
  • Page 105: Serial Numbers

    Serial Numbers Serial Numbers Frame number The frame and engine serial numbers uniquely identify your motorcycle and are required in order to register your motorcycle. They may also be required when ordering replacement parts. The frame number is stamped on the main frame pipe.
  • Page 106: Main Components

    Specifications Specifications ■ Main Components Displacement 109.1 cm (6.66 cu-in) Type JC51 Bore × stroke 50.0 × 55.6 mm (1.97 × 2.19 in) Overall length 1,873 mm (73.7 in) Compression ratio 9.0:1 Overall width 709 mm (27.9 in) Unleaded petrol Fuel Overall height 1,080 mm (42.5 in)
  • Page 107: Specifications

    After disassembly 0.9 Imp qt) Tyre type Bias-ply, tube Recommended Front CHENG SHIN C-6016 Recommended Honda DOT 3 or DOT 4 Brake Fluid brake fluid Tyres Rear CHENG SHIN C-6016R [Rider only] 200 kPa (2.00 kgf/cm , 29 psi) Front [Rider and 1 passenger] 200 kPa (2.00 kgf/cm...
  • Page 108: Torque Specifications

    Specifications ■ Torque Specifications Recommended drive Pro Honda HP Chain Lube or chain lubricant SAE 80/90 gear oil Engine oil drain bolt 24 N·m (2.4 kgf·m, 18 lbf·ft) Drive chain slack 20 to 30 mm (0.8 to 1.2 in) Front wheel axle nut 59 N·m (6.0 kgf·m, 44 lbf·ft)
  • Page 109: Index

    Index Index Compartment Accessories ..........15 Owner’s Manual .........34, 94 Tool Kit.............34 Battery ..........42, 57 Brakelight Switch ........77 Drive Chain..........65 Brakes Fluid ........... 45, 70 Pad Wear ..........71 Electrical Trouble ........86 Braking............12 Engine Bulb Number ..........102 Brake/Tail Light.........
  • Page 110 Flooded Engine ......... 28 Ignition Cut-off System Frame Number ........102 Side Stand ..........76 Fuel Ignition key..........93 Gauge............22 Ignition Switch ........25, 26 Recommended......... 31 Image Labels..........6 Remaining..........22 Indicators ........... 23 Tank Capacity .......... 31 Instruments..........
  • Page 111 PGM-FI (Programmed Fuel Injection) Maintenance malfunction indicator lamp (MIL)..23, 80 Fundamentals........... 40 Protective Apparel........11 Importance..........36 Safety............36 Schedule ..........37 Recommended Maximum Weight Limit ......16 Fuel ............31 Modifications..........15 Oil ............44 Refuelling...........31 Riding Precautions........12 Neutral Indicator ........23 Safety Precautions ........11 Odometer ..........
  • Page 112 Side Stand Ignition Cut-off System..76 Specifications .......... 103 Warning Indicators ON ......80 Speedmeter ..........22 Washing Your Motorcycle ......97 Start Button......... 24, 26 Weight Limit..........16 Starting the Engine........26 Wheels Steering Lock..........25 Front removal ........... 82 Storage Rear removal ..........

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