Pinion gear 1986-1987 models 3B. The manufacturer does not provide service limit specifications for runout. Rotate the engine so that the tappets for the cylinder Wire: 13-14 in. A prototype of the new bike was created in a shed measuring 3 to 5 meters, which stood in the courtyard of the family Davidsons. On 1991-1993 models, remove the terminals from the end of the connector using the Cannon Connector Tool No.
Inspect the tappet socket Figure 47 for pitting, scor- ing, galling or excessive wear. However, if the Supply Cylinder motorcycle is ridden for short trips or repeatedly started and. We include instructions on how to use your manual. Con- nect the positive voltmeter lead to the white and blue ignition coil terminals Figure 33. See 26 and 31, Figure 57. Your Cyclepedia Sportster service manual both printed and online are top notch. Pinion shaft bearing outer race 9.
Disconnect the voltmeter and turn the ignition switch off. Install the fork spring compressor A, Figure 46 onto the spring collar. Install the valve tappets as described in this chapter. Loosen the throttle friction screw. The primary chain free play specifications are: a. The knob should also stay in its fully closed or fully open position without creeping. Disconnect the negative battery cable as described in this chapter.
On 883C and 1200C models, remove the bolt and washer securing the rod assembly to the shift lever, then re- move the shift lever. If the hydraulic system, not including the reservoir cover, has been opened, bleed the system to remove air from the system. Inspect the rim inner flange. Overfilling may cause clutch mal- functioning. Pull the choke knob to the second detent position. Loosen the Allen bolt securing the retainer plate Figure 93 , then remove the pushrod cover assembly Figure 94. Canister-to-air filter wiring harness California models hose California models 6.
Center the bearing driver underneath the press ram. Table 1 and Table 2 are at the end of the chapter. The body bushing Figure 99 should be pressed in 0. These manuals give you exacting service procedures for your motorcycle. A sticking solenoid, caused by a worn solenoid com- pression spring A, Figure 11 , can cause this problem. Is the battery voltage above 12. If necessary, press the engine sprocket off of the rotor as described in this chapter.
Remove all dirt and debris from both cylinders. The more pressure voltage in a circuit, the more work that can be performed. Remove the stopper ring 1, Figure 45 , and remove the spring preload adjuster 3, Figure 45. If piston replacement is required, select a new piston as described in Piston Clearance in this section. Make sure the diaphragm Fig- ure 59 seats around the bowl groove evenly.
If the motorcycle has been sitting for an extended pe- riod, drain the tank and fill with fresh gasoline. Subtract the measurement made in substep b from the measurement made in substep a. Check the crankshaft end play as described in this chapter. The maximum limit is correct if the feeler gauge does not fit or if there is a slight drag when the feeler gauge is inserted Countershaft. Thread the nut Figure 7 onto the clutch adjusting screw until the screw slot is accessible with a screwdriver. Check the battery terminal parts for corrosion or dam- age.
Troubleshooting Refer to Chapter Two. However, most of the major sites have been made in other places, mostly in the workshop of West Milwaukee railroad depot, where the eldest of the brothers, William A. The prototype was completed September 8, 1904 and the same day took part in motorcycle racing at State Fair Park. Disconnect the bat- tery and note the following: a. Install the choke knob, and on 1986-1994 models, the ignition switch bracket.