Position the spring ends around the index pin A, Figure 70. Make sure the wheel bearings are in good condition. Remove the left isolator mount. Exhaust and intake pushrods are color coded for vi- sual identification. The rocker arms will in turn force the pushrods down, bleeding the lifters. Measure voltage between black box terminals 4 neg- ative and 11 positive. Secure the harness with the proper cable straps.
Also make sure the direction arrow points in the direction of wheel rotation. Locate the small hole adjacent to the desired terminal Figure 144. Check for continuity between breaker box black terminals 8 and 11. Check the start button switch and starter relay for inter- nal damage. Remove the spark plugs and pour a teaspoon of engine 1. Connect the pump rod to the lever assembly on the carburetor Figure 54.
It contacts the fastener at only two points, and is subject to slipping under heavy force, or if the tool or fastener is worn. The oil pressure signal light should turn on when any of the following occurs: 1. Washers can be used as spacers and seals, or to help distribute fastener load and to prevent -9. Measure the brake disc thickness Figure 42 and, if necessary, ser- vice the brake discs as described in Chapter Thirteen. Install the mainshaft and countershaft assemblies in Tool the assembly fixture on the hydraulic press bed.
Replace bearing races as de- scribed in this chapter. Then spiral the other end over the piston crown and into the lower groove. Do not scratch the inside of the rim or damage the tire bead. Select a plug with a heat range designed for the loads and conditions under which the motorcycle will be oper- ated. Make sure to test the performance of the tool by checking the fit and integrity of the installed clamp.
Part number No part appears. Exhaust pushrods have a single purple band. The neutral indicator light on the instrument panel should light when the ignition is turned on and the transmission is in neutral. The voltage regulator maintains the voltage to the battery and electrical system at a constant voltage regardless of variations in engine speed and load. Remove the screws securing the left side switch hous- ing Figure 107 to the handlebar. Thoroughly clean the cylinder head and all valve components in solvent, then clean with detergent and hot Port water and finish with a final rinsing in cold water.
The fork spring has closer coils at one end. Inspect the Excessive wear wheel for cracks, fractures, dents or bends. . Inspect the cover and body Figure 65 for scratches, scoring or excessive wear. Bushing 3D or 3W 6. If a procedure requires more than mi- the following: nor disassembly, reference to the appropriate chapter is 1. Make sure the stop pin C, Figure 71 fits tightly in the 8.
Tighten the Torca clamp bolt on each muffler to 45-65 ft. Clean the bearings in solvent to remove all old grease. Initially clean all parts in a mild petroleum-based cleaning solution. Refer to Brake Bleeding in this chapter. The following should occur: 1. Disconnect the oil feed line B, Figure 118 from the right side of the oil tank.
Disconnect the negative battery cable end from the stud on top of the crankcase Figure 5. Haynes and Clymer have been producing how-to manuals for over 54 years. Install the snap ring onto the countershaft Figure 30. Install a new gearcase cover gasket. Bleed and adjust the brakes as described in Chap- 3. Hold the cable flats with a wrench A, Figure 55 and turn the knurled plastic nut B counterclockwise to re- duce cable resistance. Remove and identify each cam gear Figure 38 : a.