However, as you see in the video, it's no problem to just start the bike again and it runs fine. Tighten in order to 1 to 6 with torque wrench 10 N. You'll have to consult your wiring diagram for that. Battery 12 V 8 Ah 16. Page 51 3 Check the continuity between each terminal and ground.
I don't know that it is related but the rear budge didn't activate the light, I'm guessing I need to get that sorted out as well. Before beginning any repairs, thoroughly read and understand this Supplementary Service Manual. This project has somewhat turned into double checking everything. Are there connections which will ground directly to the frame? Once the valve cover gaskets come in I'll be swapping those and checking valve height while I'm in there. After the brake hose union has contacted the stopper, 2 Brake hose guide tighten the union bolt.
What to do… The wiring we need to disconnect is located under the tank. If a diagnosis is made without duplicating the malfunction, even an experienced service technician may make a misdiagnosis and not perform the servicing procedure correctly, resulting in the malfunction not being repaired. In case you're curious, it wouldn't stall this afternoon when cold, idling at only 1000 rpm warm idle is close to 1,400rpm with the blinker and light on, even though the voltage dropped to around 12. This is in turn will cause the strength of the magnetic field generated in the four coils to increase or decrease which will force the needle to move to the proper position. I appreciate all the help, I'll try to keep you updated as I go through everything. In this case, the 4-pin connector has been dismantled and the relevant contacts removed from one half, rather than just cutting the wires.
As the tank is hinged at its rear, the front can now be lifted to gain access to the wiring. Also, I can't say much about how much difference the plugs made since right after I changed them a buddy needed transportation so I lent him the bike. Either way, it is important to insulate the bare ends. It wasn't drowning in oil but there was definitely some on the white part of the plug. An altruistic place for friends in need. Telescopic, coil spring, oil damped Rear suspension. Clamp ends should face forward.
Undo the seat mounting bolts and the seat can be lifted clear. The 4 wires entering the connector from the rear are from the gearbox. Electrical insulation tape is pretty useless as it tends to fall off when it gets hot. As the resistance from the sending unit varies along with the coolant temperature, the current at points L1 and L2 will also vary. The kicker is they can still give good resistance readings when cold, so you could maybe try heating it up with a heat gun and seeing if the values change, or take it to a shop that can load test it.
Starting up the bike isn't an issue and it runs fine and all that during normal operation. For connector and coupler precau- tions. All had similar resistance when testing pairs of yellow together. Except E-03, 24, 28, 33. Any help on where to look next would be appreciated since I'm out of ideas other than to just start replacing stuff. Make sure that each coupler is installed in the correct position. Going to be replacing the float bowl gasket and checking float height today since I've got it apart.
If the fan rotates, inspect the fan switch. One of the big problems is they were tucked up in the tail without much fresh air - this is the reason on the 2nd gens they are down in the front of the frame with more air. However, once the engine is good and warmed up I'll get a rough idle and after a little bit a stall. If the fan does not rotate, inspect: leads and connectors, main fuse, fan fuse, and fan motor. This must reduce the noise enough to pass the test, but it also knocks the power back a little bit too. Thanks in advance for any help! Fitment Notes Universal Fit Parts fit a range of vehicles, and may or may not fit your current bike without modification.
Edit: forgot to mention, there has been a little oil on the spark plugs, worried it might be weakening the connecting as well. I'm thinking I might change out these connectors to water proof ones at a minimum. Here's the kicker though, it only happens so far as I can tell when the turn signal and brake are one. . Page 84 3 Remove the headlight. In order to lift the tank and gain access, we must first remove the seat. I do it again about 15 seconds later and the bike stalls.