Bajaj Auto Chetak Owner`s manual

Owner’s Manual & Service Records
Owner’s Record
All correspondence relating to service
problems may be addressed to:
SERVICE DEPARTMENT, BAJAJ USA
525 ECCLES AVENUE
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO,
CA
94080
Notice:
The description and illustration in this
booklet are not to be taken as binding on
the manufacturers. The essential features
of the type described and illustrations
herein remaining unaltered, Bajaj Auto
Limited reserves the right to carry out at
any moment, without being obliged to
bring this booklet up-to-date, modifications
on the vehicle, parts or accessories as
may be convenient and necessary.
Name
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Vin #
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Chassis #
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Engine #
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Date Purchased :
Dealer
:
Delivery Certificate
To REMOVE - TEAR HERE
Customer’s Name :
Address
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Date Purchased
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Dealer
:
To be removed & retained by dealer.
Delivery Certificate
Vin #
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•
The above vehicle was inspected/test driven by me/my
representative at the time of taking delivery and it was
found to be acceptable and free from any operational or
visual defects.
•
A copy of the owner’s manual containing service
requirements, five service record pages, and a warranty
statement was given to me along with the vehicle.
•
I understand that my warranty claims, if any, will be
considered by the manufacturers only in accordance with
the scope & limits of the warranty as laid down in the
Warranty Statement.
Chassis # :
Engine # :
Place
:
Date
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Customer’s Signature
To be removed & retained by dealer.
Pre Delivery Inspection
l Check and correct tire pressure including that of Spare Wheel.
l Check and tighten nuts for front/rear shock absorber bolts, engine foundation bolts, handle bar lock
bolt and front/rear wheel nuts.
l Check transmission and engine oil level and top up if necessary.
l Check for smooth operation of accelerator and choke operation.
l Check and adjust Steering column for loose/tight.
l Initial charging of battery, Install, connect and apply petroleum jelly on terminals.
l Check and adjust engine idling.
l Check steering/ignition lock, luggage box lock, seat lock, and tool box lock for proper operation.
l Check all lights, horn, switch, speedometer and fuel gauge operations for satisfactory working
condition.
l Check for smooth operation of fuel cock lever.
l Check front/rear brakes for effective working condition.
l Test drive the vehicle.
l Repair any other defects seen or observed during test drive.
l Clean the vehicle before delivery.
Important Precautions
The following precautions must be observed if your vehicle is fit with a catalytic converter. If you are
unsure whether your scooter has a catalytic converter or not, check with your dealer. The catalytic
converter, which is installed inside the silencer, reduces the exhaust emissions and is required in some
states.
Caution:
1. Never operate your scooter with leaded gasoline. Even a small amount of normal leaded gasoline will
damage the catalyst and make the catalytic converter completely ineffective.
2. Never tamper with the catalytic converter, which is installed inside the silencer assembly.
3. Never turn off the engine when the scooter is in motion. Likewise, never try to start your scooter by
pushing it, towing it, or coasting it down a hill. Failure to observe this precaution will damage the
catalytic converter, and can lead to a serious over temperature event, or even a fire, with subsequent
serious injury to you and serious damage to your scooter.
4. If the engine misfires or appears to have any loss of performance, immediately take your scooter to
your local Bajaj Dealer.
Hello !
Dear Customer,
We wish to congratulate you for choosing The “Bajaj Chetak 4 Stroke”, coming from Bajaj Auto the world’s
largest manufacturer of scooters. “Chetak 4 Stroke” will give you value for your money, for years! We are
sure that you will be proud of its performance.
Please read this Owner’s Manual before riding to familiarize yourself with the mechanism and controls of
the vehicle. To ensure a long, trouble free life of your vehicle, give it proper care and maintenance as
described in this manual.
It is important to regularly inspect and maintain your scooter for safe and optimum performance. Regular
inspection and service is required to maintain your warranty. The warranty period for this scooter is 12
months or 6,000 miles, whichever comes first. See the service record pages in this booklet for the required
service and inspection intervals.
Entrust the maintenance and repairs to the authorized Bajaj Dealers, who are well equipped with
necessary facilities and are specially trained on BAJAJ CHETAK 4 STROKE .
In case you need detailed information about your vehicle, the Service Station Manual is available from
authorized Bajaj Dealers. In the rare event of a problem with your vehicle, please write to Bajaj USA,
giving details like engine number, chassis number, date of purchase etc.
Table of Contents
Description
Identification Data
1
Technical Specifications
2
Location of Controls and Components
3
General Information
10
Running In
15
Periodic Maintenance Chart
17
Lubrication Chart
18
Changing Tires
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Safety Recommendation
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Service Records
Identification Data and Vehicle Identification Number
# 022809082AD72233 #
Engine Number
Chassis Number
VIN Number
There are three unique numbers assigned to your scooter. The engine and
chassis serial numbers are used by the factory to identify the exact model.
Please cite both of these numbers whenever you are ordering replacement
parts. The vehicle identification number is used to register your vehicle with the
Department of Motor Vehicles in your state. It is a crime in all states to alter the
vehicle identification number. Also, the alteration of any of these numbers will
immediately void your warranty.
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Technical Specifications
Engine
Engine Displacement
Max. Net Power
Ignition System
Spark Plug
Lubrication
Transmission
Front & Rear Brakes
Fuel Tank Capacity
Electrical System
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Curb Weight
Max Speed
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4 stroke, single cylinder, forced air cooled, spark ignition
145.45 cm3
9.00 HP at 6000 r/min of engine
Electronic ignition (C.D.I.)
Champion : PL 7 YC (To be used with resistor spark plug cap)
Wet sump forced lubrication
4 speed gear box
Mechanical expanding shoe type
1.32 Gal. (5.00 litres)
12V D.C.
Head lamp : 35/35W
Tail/Stop lamp : 5/21W
Side indicator lamp : 10W
Horn : 12V D.C.
253 lbs/115 kg
55 MPH/90km/h with single rider
Note: The above information is subject to change.
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Location Of Controls / Speedometer / Rear View Mirrors
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3
4
6
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ENGINE STOP
10
7
8
9
5
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Clutch Lever
Mirror LH
Speedometer
Mirror RH
Luggage box lock
Fr. Brake Lever
RH Switch
Steering Lock / Ignition Switch
LH Switch
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Hi-Beam Indicator
Turn Signal Indicator
Speedometer
Odometer
Fuel Gauge
Neutral Indicator
10. Accelerator
11. Gear Shifter
Handle Bar
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1
R
F
6
MIPH
3
2
N
10
0
20
30 40
50 60 70 80
0 0 1 11
4
Speedometer
MILES
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The Steering Lock / Ignition Switch is located on the right hand
side below the handle bar. It has three positions.
Steering Lock / Ignition Switch
Key Position
Function
LOCK
Steering locked
Ignition OFF
OFF
Steering unlock
Ignition OFF
ON
Ignition ON
Key Removal
Key can be removed
Key can not be removed
To Lock the Steering
• Turn the handle bar to the left. (Steering will be locked only
when handle bar is in left position.)
Steering Lock
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With the key in OFF position and turn it to the lock position.
•
Take out the key.
Fuel Tank
• It has capacity of 1.32 gal.
• Location of fuel tank is as shown in the
figure.
Fuel Gauge
The fuel level gauge is provided in the
speedometer console to indicate the fuel
quantity in the fuel tank.
Fuel level is indicated as follows:
• “E” mark indicates approx. Empty.
• Mid mark indicates approx. 0.66 gal.
• “F” mark indicates approx. 1.32 gal.
Fuel Tank
RES
OFF
ON
Fuel Cock Position
Fuel Cock
It has the following three positions
On : When fuel level is above 0.26 gal.
Res : When fuel level drops below 0.26 gal.
Off : Fuel supply is cut off.
Warning: Never mix oil in the
gasoline. To do so can lead to
engine failure and subsequent
accident with potentially
serious injury or even death.
Use only unleaded gasoline of
research octane number 87 or
higher.
There is serious danger of fire
if gasoline is leaking from any
portion of your vehicle. Never
ride your vehicle if you smell
gasoline. Have your vehicle
repaired immediately by your
authorized Bajaj dealer.
Failure to heed this warning
can lead to a serious fire, with
subsequent serious injury or
even death.
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RES
OFF
ON
Off
On
A
Choke Lever
A : Seat Lock
A : Tool Box Lock
• It is located near the fuel cock lever.
• Choke is required especially for
cold starting.
• The ‘On’ and ‘Off’ positions of choke
lever are as shown in figure.
Seat Lock :
• It is located on left hand side of the
seat.
• The lock ensures the security of the
fuel tank.
• Turn the key clockwise to unlock
seat.
• For locking, gently press the seat
from top.
Tool Box Lock :
• It is located as shown in the figure A.
• Key can be removed after locking as
well as unlocking the Tool box.
A : Choke “OFF”
B : Choke “ON”
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A
A
B
OFF
Right Hand Switch
A Starter switch : Press the button to start
the engine.
B Supplementary engine stop switch :
Move to the ‘Run’ position before starting
engine. Move to the ‘Off’ position to stop
engine.
RUN
STOP
ENGINE
B
A
Right Hand Switch
B
Left Hand Switch
A
C
Left Hand Switch
This scooter is equipped with lights that
illuminate whenever the ignition is turned on.
A Turn signal switch : Move the knob left or
right to activate turn signal. Move back
the knob to center position to OFF turn
signal.
B Horn Switch : Press to activate horn.
C Headlight High/Low beam switch. Press
the toggle upward for high beam, press
the toggle downward for low beam.
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A : Spare Wheel B :Wheel Cover
A
B
A : Took Kit B : Jack
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Spare Wheel : Spare wheel is located
behind seat on bracket. For removing the
wheel :
• Remove the wheel cap.
• Remove the spare wheel mounting
bolts. (Ref. Fig. A)
Wheel Cover
The wheel covers are fitted to all wheels.
B : Wheel Cover
Warning: Proper tire pressure is
very important to the handling of
your scooter, and to your safety.
Never ride your scooter with tires
either over or under-inflated. See
the specifications table on page 12.
Failure to observe this warning can
lead to instabilities in handling and
an upset with subsequent serious
accident, injury, or even death.
Tool Kit : Tool kit is strapped (by rubber Note:
strap) inside the Luggage box. Unlock the • Rear brake liner wear can be
Luggage box, remove strap and take out
inspected through window on
tool kit. Refer Fig. A
rear brake drum by unscrewing
the plug on it.
Jack : Jack is strapped (by rubber strap)
inside the Luggage box. Unlock the • Front brake liner wear can be
Luggage box, remove strap and take out
inspected by looking at the wear
jack. Refer Fig. B
indicator on front brake actuating
lever.
Battery
Battery (12V - 9Ah)
• Battery is located at LH side inside the Cowl.
• Check & ensure that the electrolyte level is between the upper and lower level lines in
each cell.
• If the electrolyte level is below the lower level in any cell, fill to upper level with distilled
water only.
• Inspect the terminals. Clean if corroded. Tighten the battery clamps, then apply a little
petroleum jelly.
• Ordinary tap water is not a substitute for distilled water and will shorten the life of
the battery.
Oil Filter Cleaning
• Oil filter is situated inside the bolt as shown in the figure.
• Oil filter should be cleaned in accordance with lubrication chart by an Authorized Bajaj
Dealer.
Location of Oil Filter and
Drain Bolt
Warning : Failure to ensure that your engine has the proper amount of the appropriate
grade oil can lead to an engine seizure, with subsequent upset, serious injury, or even
death. Always ensure that your scooter has the proper amount and type of oil.
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General Information
A : Oil Filler Location B : Oil Level Indicator C : Upper Level D : Lower Level
C
B
D
Engine Oil
A
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A : Cap
Engine Oil: Check engine oil level
daily.
For proper functioning of cylinder
block/piston, crankshaft, tappets,
clutch and transmission, the oil should
be maintained at an appropriate level.
• Place the vehicle on center stand, on
a level ground.
• Clean the surface area around the oil
filler opening.
• Unscrew the dipstick from oil filler
opening hole and wipe it dry.
• Put the dip stick, on oil filler opening,
take out the dip stick and observe the
oil level o n i t .
• There are two marks engraved on it.
If the level is below the lower level
mark, remove the cap (A) & top up
with the appropriate quantity of
recommende d oil up to upper level mark
If the oil level is too high i.e. Above the
upper level mark, drain some oil from
drain hole.
• Fit back the dipstick and tighten it
securely.
• Ensure that there is no oil leakage.
Recommended oil:
In summer
: 15W50 API SG +
JASO MA or
Superior
In winter
: 5W30 API SG +
JASO MA or
Superior
Oil capacity
: 1 Quart
Lubrication of the antidive
front suspension
A grease nipple is provided on
Brake panel at location “A”
(Ref. fig.) for lubrication of Brass
bushes fitted inside Front brake
panel assly. These Bushes are
recommended to be greased
after every 2000 miles.
To lubricate Bush inner fitted
inside Antidive link assly at
location “B” (Ref. fig.), you will
have to dismantle and remove
the Bush inner and then
lubricate with Grease. The Bush
inner are recommended to be
greased after every 3000 miles.
B
A
ANTIDIVE FRONT SUSPENTION
Location Operation
Recommended Interval
“A”
Lubricate through the
grease nipple.
Every
2000 miles
“B”
Dismantle, Remove
Bush inner and then
lubricate with grease.
Every
3000 miles
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Spark Plug
• Using compressed air, blow any loose dirt away
from around the spark plug.
• Remove the spark plug using the special spark
plug wrench, clean the spark plug using a wire
brush, or a proprietary spark plug cleaner.
• Adjust the gap if incorrect by bending the outer
electrode carefully.
Caution
Never try to bend the center electrode of the spark
plug. This will surely destroy your spark plug.
Spark Plug Gap
0.6 to 0.7mm
Spark Plug
Champion PL 7 YC
(To be used with a resistance spark plug cap)
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Tire Pressure
Always maintain the tire pressure as indicated in
the table below.
Warning
Failure to maintain proper tire pressure can lead to
instabilities in handling with subsequent upset,
serious injury, or even death.
Tire Size
3.50 - 10 (All three tires)
Front
Rear
18 psi / (123 kPa)
Solo
25 psi / (175 kPa)
With passenger
36 psi / (245 kPa)
Starting Procedure (Kick Start)
• Ensure the transmission is in neutral. (Neutral lamp in
speedometer console should be illuminated)
• Ensure the Steering/Ignition lock is in the ‘ON’ position.
• Ensure the Engine stop switch is in the ‘RUN’ position.
How to operate the kick starter :
Move the kick-starter slowly. Make sure that the ratchet is
engaged, then depress smartly.
A) Normal Starting: Do not open throttle while starting. If
the engine fails to start, slightly open the throttle (not
more than ¼ turn) before depressing the kick-start lever.
B) Cold Starting: Use the Choke only for cold weather
starting. Pull the choke lever and depress the kickstarter lever. Do not open the throttle while using the
choke. Release the choke lever to the ‘OFF’ position
once the engine has warmed up.
after starting or in neutral gear. If the engine is reved to
higher RPMs immediately after starting it may lead to
severe engine damage as lubricating oil take some time to
reach all the components.
Starting Procedure (Electric Start)
• Ensure the transmission is in neutral. (Neutral lamp in
speedometer console should be illuminated)
• Ensure the Steering/Ignition lock is in the ‘ON’ position.
• Ensure the Engine stop switch is in the ‘RUN’ position.
• Press the starter button to start the engine. Release the
starter button as soon as the engine starts.
• When the engine is cold, place the choke lever ‘ON’,
press the starter button with the throttle completely
closed.
• When the engine has warmed up release the choke
lever to the ‘OFF’ position.
• Never rev up the engine to higher RPMs immediately
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• Moving from ‘Stand Still Position’
Pull the clutch lever to its full travel and twist the shift
lever tube upwards in one smooth motion to put the
vehicle in 1st gear. Release clutch gradually and
simultaneously, open the throttle gradually to move
away from stand still position.
• Do not run the vehicle with the clutch partially engaged.
Do not slip the clutch to overtake or to climb on a
gradient. This will damage the clutch.
• Downshifting of gears i.e. Shifting from 4th to 3rd to
2nd to 1st gear: Reduce the speed of the vehicle. Pull the
clutch lever completely and twist the gear lever upwards
and release the clutch lever gradually and increase
throttle. For further ease of gear shifting slightly open the
throttle momentarily while pulling the clutch lever and
then twist the gear lever upwards.
• Do not keep the clutch lever depressed in neutral
while waiting at the traffic signals. This will result in
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Difficult gear shifting as the gear box is constant mesh
type which requires rotation of gears for ease of
engagement.
Warning: Do not tilt the vehicle toward the LH bonnet side.
Engine oil may flow out of through the crankcase breather
tube, to air cleaner, lowering the oil level in the crankcase.
Also, should the vehicle be allowed to fall accidentally on
its left side, ensure that the oil level is correct after picking
the scooter up and placing it on the stand. Failure to
observe this warning could lead to engine seizure with
subsequent upset, serious injury, or even death.
Battery electrolyte may also leak out from the cells, if the
vehicle happened to fall on its left side. Electrolyte being
acid, can damage painting and rubber components.
Spilled acid around the battery area may be cleaned with
water and baking soda to neutralize the acid.
Running In
Running In
• First 500 miles is designated as a running in period. The maximum vehicle
speed recommended during running in:
Distance in miles
0 - 500
Max. vehicle speed in gears (mph)
1st
10
2nd
20
3rd
30
4th
40
• Never exceed the specified running in speed.
• Do not over-rev the engine.
• Do not start moving or race the engine immediately after starting. Run the
engine for a minute at idle speed to give the oil a chance to work up into the
engine.
• Never let the engine lug, that is, run at slow RPMs with wide-open throttle
during the running-in period.
Warning: You must run-in your vehicle according to this running-in schedule if
your scooter is to achieve its maximum life and most reliable service. Further,
immediately running the engine hard could lead to an engine seizure with
subsequent upset, serious injury, or even death.
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Safety and Maintenance Tips
Vehicle Condition:
• Warning: There is a serious danger of fire if gasoline is
leaking from any portion of your vehicle. Never ride your
vehicle if you smell gasoline. Have your vehicle repaired
immediately by your authorized Bajaj Dealer. Failure to
heed this warning can lead to a serious fire, with
subsequent serious injury or even death.
• Check all fuel lines and connections whenever your
vehicle smells of gasoline.
• Never fill with gasoline up to the filler cap.
• Always maintain the recommended tire pressure and
check it every week.
• Ensure that the brakes are not dragging/binding.
• For keeping the engine healthy:
- Inspect and clean the spark plug, adjust the gap as
recommended.
- Use only the recommended grade and quantity of
engine oil.
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- Service the carburetor and adjust idling speed as
recommended.
- If there is a power loss, then contact an authorized
Bajaj Dealer and get the vehicle properly tuned.
Good Riding Habits
• Ride smoothly and steadily.
• Avoid harsh braking.
• For better fuel economy, shift gears as given below:
Change 1st to 2nd gear at 6 mph
Change 2nd to 3rd gear at 12 mph
Change 3rd to 4th gear at 18 mph
Drive at 18 to 30 mph in 4th gear.
• Do not let your scooter idle for more than a minute. Turn
off the ignition instead of permitting extended idling.
Periodic Maintenance Chart
Recommended Odometer Reading
in miles
Operation
Service Intervals
300 1200 3000 6000 9000 12000 15000
Air filter element cleaning
Spark plug : Cleaning & gap setting
: Replacement
Check and adjust valve clearance
Clean inline fuel filter
l Indicates operation to be
performed.
* To be cleaned more
frequently in dusty
areas.
** Must be performed to
maintain emissions
warranty.
Carburetor cleaning/overhaul
Control cables adjustment
Tightening nuts, bolts, fastners
Clean & adjust front & rear brakes
Check front & rear shock absorber
Check and adjust steering column
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Lubrication Chart
Operation
Engine oil replacement
Oil filter cleaning
Lubricant
to be
used
Recommended Odometer Reading
in miles
300 1200 3000 6000 9000 12000 15000
SAE 15W50
Every 3000 miles
Fire Proof Solvent
Every 3000 miles
Replace oil filter
Brake, clutch lever
Speedo flex drive, pinion
Steering races
Stand pin
Gear shifter assly
l Indicates operation to be
performed.
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GREASE
GREASE
GREASE
SAE 15W50
GREASE
Control cables
SAE 15W50
Wheel bearings
GREASE
Brake actuating shaft
GREASE
Front suspension
GREASE
Refer Page No. 11
Front Wheel Removal
• Put the vehicle on stand.
• Remove nuts securing wheel to the axle flange by using box spanner, while
loosening these nuts hold the wheel by hand or apply front brake.
• Take out spring washers.
• Pull the wheel from axle flange studs.
Front Wheel Installation
Rear Wheel Installation
Front Wheel Installation
• Reverse the above sequence.
• Tighten the wheel nuts securely.
Rear Wheel Removal
The procedure for using the jack is as follows.
1) Loosen the wheel nuts (before putting the jack) with the vehicle in center
stand on position.
2) Put the jack by locating it on the rear shocker mounting boss & sliding it on
the ground by right hand, while pushing the grab up with the left hand from
the rear side of the vehicle. Ensure the jack is having all round contact with
the shocker mtg boss & is firm on the ground. Check for the gap between
front wheel & ground. Preferably front wheel should not touch the ground.
(Avoid using jack on roads having slope in forward direction)
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3) Dismantle/Assemble the rear wheel. Engage the wheel nuts by hand (Do not
tighten).
4) Remove the jack .
5) Put the vehicle in 1st gear and tighten the wheel nuts.
Rear Wheel Installation
• Reverse the above sequence.
• Tighten the nuts securely.
• Check for free rotation, brake effectiveness and engine starting.
Warning
Do not forget to install the spring washer before Installing the wheel nuts, tighten
the wheel nuts securely. While removing the rear wheel protect your hand from the
hot silencer.
Caution
Once the wheel replacement is over, confirm the free rotation of wheel and brake
effectiveness.
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Tire Change
Tire Change
For replacing a flat tire, unscrew the nuts, which secure the wheel to brake drum
and slide off the wheel. Repair the tube or fit on the spare wheel. In case of rear
wheel, use the jack as described in previous page.
For removing a tire & tube first deflate the tube and unscrew the nuts on the
wheel so that the two halves of the rim fall apart. (Refer fig.)
Do not forget to put spring washers before tightening the nuts at the time of reassembly. Tighten the nuts diagonally and evenly.
Stay for holding the seat upright
Stay for holding the seat upright is bolted to seat bracket. This will hold the seat
upright. For this, stay should be moved below the seat. While lowering the seat,
care should be taken to remove this stay.
Stay for holding the seat upright
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Recommendations for safe and proper operation of
vehicle
Warning: Do not overload your scooter. Attach luggage or
packages as close as possible to the center of your
scooter and distribute the load from side to side as evenly
as possible to keep imbalance to a minimum. Remember
that loads tend to loosen with riding. So frequently check
the security of your load. Do not carry packages that
protrude from the luggage rack or which cover any of the
signal lights, the headlight, or the horn.
Do not hang anything from your scooter’s handlebars,
fenders or forks because this will upset the handling of
your scooter and could prevent you from avoiding an
accident. Failure to heed this warning can lead to an upset
with subsequent serious injury or even death.
When carrying a passenger, remember that your scooter’s
handling is degraded, that the brakes are less efficient,
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and the center of gravity is higher and further to the rear.
This makes it more likely that the front wheel will come off
the ground, especially during acceleration. Therefore you
should avoid hard acceleration and hard braking. Many
accidents are caused by inexperienced riders carrying
passengers.
Remember that allowance must be made for the extra
weight of the passenger for all driving maneuvers. Avoid
abrupt and excessive acceleration.
Always slow down in time and calculate longer stopping
and maneuvering distances. Failure to heed these
instructions may lead to the overturning of the vehicle or to
other accidents with subsequent serious injuries or even
death.
Never carry animals or small children on the glove
compartment or on the luggage rack.
Recommendations for safe and proper
functioning of vehicle
• Continued use of original Bajaj replacement
parts by an authorized Bajaj Dealer.
• Before using your scooter check
- Fuel tank
- Gear box/sump oil level
- Tires correctly inflated
- Lights and turn indicators working properly
- Front and rear brakes working properly
• Ensure tightening
specified torques
- Cylinder head :
- Handle bar
:
- Wheel nut
:
- Front axle nut :
of following fasteners to
Carburetor Specifications
Make and Type
AS/VCS setting from
fully closed position
Keihin PB 20
2 ¼ ± ½ turns
Free play for
• Front brake lever :
• Rear brake pedal :
• Clutch lever
:
• Accelerator grip :
3 - 5mm (1/8 - 1/4 inch)
10 -15mm (1/16 - 5/8 inch)
3 - 5mm (1/8 - 1/4 inch)
4 - 5mm (3/16 - inch)
14.5 - 15.9 Lb-Ft
23.1 - 27.5 Lb-Ft
14.5 - 19.5 Lb-Ft
36.1 - 39.8 Lb-Ft
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Service Record 1
To maintain your vehicle’s warranty, regular
inspection and maintenance by your
authorized Bajaj Dealer is required.
Owner’s Name :
Vin #
:
Date of Sale
:
Date of Service :
Mileage
:
Service Dealer’s Signature :
The first service interval should be performed between 300 and
500 miles or the first 30 days whichever comes first. See
reverse for required service.
First Service
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Check and correct tire pressure.
Flush and refill engine oil.
Check & clean oil strainer.
Check & adjust valve clearance.
Clean & adjust spark plug gap.
Check and tighten nuts for front/rear shock absorber bolts, engine foundation bolts,
handle bar lock bolt and front/rear wheel nuts.
Check & adjust all control cables.
Carry out lubrication as per lubrication chart.
Check front/rear brakes for effective operation.
Check all lights, horn and switch operations for satisfactory working.
Air filter element to be cleaned, if frequently used in dusty area.
Check battery electrolyte level, top up if necessary & apply petroleum jelly on terminals.
Test drive the vehicle before delivery.
Clean the vehicle before delivery.
Service Record 2
To maintain your vehicle’s warranty, regular inspection
and maintenance by your authorized Bajaj Dealer is
required.
Owner’s Name :
Vin #
:
Date of Sale
:
Date of Service :
Mileage
:
Service Dealer’s Signature :
The second service interval should be performed
between 1200 and 1500 miles. See reverse for
required service.
Second Service
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Check engine oil level, top up if necessary.
Check & adjust valve clearance.
Clean & adjust spark plug gap.
Check and tighten nuts for front/rear shock absorber bolts, engine foundation bolts,
handle bar lock bolt and front/rear wheel nuts.
Check & adjust all control cables.
Carry out lubrication as per lubrication chart.
Check front/rear brakes for effective operation.
Check all lights, horn and switch operations for satisfactory working.
Air filter element to be cleaned, if frequently used in dusty area.
Check battery electrolyte level, top up if necessary & apply petroleum jelly on terminals.
Test drive the vehicle before delivery.
Clean the vehicle before delivery.
Service Record 3
To maintain your vehicle’s warranty, regular inspection
and maintenance by your authorized Bajaj Dealer is
required.
Owner’s Name :
Vin #
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Date of Sale
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Date of Service :
Mileage
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Service Dealer’s Signature :
The third service interval should be performed between
2800 and 3100 miles. See reverse for required service.
Third Service
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Flush and refill engine oil.
Check & clean oil strainer & inline fuel filter.
Check & adjust valve clearance.
Clean & adjust spark plug gap.
Clean the air filter.
Clean the carburetor and adjust idling.
Check and tighten nuts for front/rear shock absorber bolts, engine foundation bolts,
handle bar lock bolt and front/rear wheel nuts.
Check & adjust all control cables.
Carry out lubrication as per lubrication chart.
Check front/rear brakes for effective operation.
Check & adjust steering column.
Check all lights, horn and switch operations for satisfactory working.
Check battery electrolyte level, top up if necessary & apply petroleum jelly on terminals.
Test drive the vehicle before delivery.
Clean the vehicle before delivery.
Service Record 4
To maintain your vehicle’s warranty, regular inspection
and maintenance by your authorized Bajaj Dealer is
required.
Owner’s Name :
Vin #
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Date of Sale
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Date of Service :
Mileage
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Service Dealer’s Signature :
The fourth service interval should be performed
between 6000 and 6300 miles. See reverse for
required service.
Fourth Service
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Flush and refill engine oil.
Check & clean oil strainer & in-line fuel filter. Replace if required.
Check & adjust valve clearance.
Clean & adjust spark plug gap. Replace if required.
Clean the air filter.
Clean the carburetor and adjust idling.
Check and tighten nuts for front/rear shock absorber bolts, engine foundation bolts,
handle bar lock bolt and front/rear wheel nuts.
Check & adjust all control cables.
Carry out lubrication as per lubrication chart.
Check front/rear brakes for effective operation.
Check and adjust steering column.
Check all lights, horn and switch operations for satisfactory working.
Check battery electrolyte level, top up if necessary & apply petroleum jelly on terminals.
Test drive the vehicle before delivery.
Clean the vehicle before delivery.
Service Record 5
To maintain your vehicle’s warranty, regular inspection
and maintenance by your authorized Bajaj Dealer is
required.
Owner’s Name :
Vin #
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Date of Sale
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Date of Service :
Mileage
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Service Dealer’s Signature :
The fifth service interval should be performed between
9000 and 9300 miles. See reverse for required service.
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Flush and refill engine oil.
Check & clean oil strainer & in-line fuel filter.
Check & adjust valve clearance.
Clean & adjust spark plug gap.
Clean the air filter.
Clean the carburetor and adjust idling.
Check and tighten nuts for front/rear shock absorber bolts, engine foundation bolts,
handle bar lock bolt and front/rear wheel nuts.
Check & adjust all control cables.
Carry out lubrication as per lubrication chart.
Check front/rear brakes for effective operation.
Check and adjust steering column.
Check all lights, horn and switch operations for satisfactory working.
Check battery electrolyte level, top up if necessary & apply petroleum jelly on terminals.
Test drive the vehicle before delivery.
Clean the vehicle before delivery.
Bajaj Auto Ltd. - Emission Control System Warranty Statement
Your Warranty Rights and Obligations
The California Air Resources Board and Bajaj Auto Ltd.
(hereinafter Bajaj) are pleased to explain the emission
control system warranty on your 2002 and later
motorcycle. In California new motor vehicles must be
designed, built and equipped to meet the State’s stringent
anti-smog standards. Bajaj must warrant the emission
control system on your motorcycle for the periods of time
listed below provided there has been no abuse, neglect or
improper maintenance of your motorcycle.
Your emission control system may include parts such as
the carburetor or fuel-injection system, the ignition system,
catalytic converter and engine computer. Also included
may be hoses, belts, connectors and other emissionrelated assemblies.
Where a warrantable condition exists, Bajaj will repair your
motorcycle at no cost to you, including diagnosis, parts
and labor.
Manufacturer’s Warranty Coverage
• Class I motorcycle (50-169 cc)
for a period of five (5) years or 12,000 kilometers (7,456
miles), whichever first occurs.
• Class II motorcycles (170 to 279 cc)
for a period of use of five (5) years or 18,000 kilometers
(11,185 miles), whichever first occurs.
• Class III motorcycles (280 cc and larger)
for a period of use of five (5) years or 30,000 kilometers
(18,641 miles), whichever first occurs.
If an emission-related part on your motorcycle is defective,
the part will be repaired or replaced by Bajaj. This is your
emission control system Defects Warranty.
Owner’s Warranty Responsibilities
• As the motorcycle owner, you are responsible for the performance of the required maintenance listed
in your owner’s manual. Bajaj recommends that you retain all receipts covering maintenance on your
motorcycle, but Bajaj cannot deny warranty solely for the lack of receipts or for your failure to ensure
the performance of all scheduled maintenance.
• You are responsible for presenting your motorcycle to a Bajaj dealer as soon as a problem exists. The
warranty repairs should be completed in a reasonable amount of time, not to exceed 30 days.
• As the motorcycle owner, you should be aware that Bajaj may deny your warranty coverage if your
motorcycle or a part has failed due to abuse, neglect, improper maintenance or unapproved
modifications.
If you have any questions regarding your warranty rights and responsibilities, you should contact Bajaj
USA, 526 Eccles Avenue, South San Francisco, CA 94080, or the California Air Resources Board, P.O.
Box 8001, 9528 Telstar Avenue, EI Monte, CA 91734-8001.
Bajaj USA - Limited Warranty on Emission Control System
Bajaj USA, 526 Eccles Avenue, South San Francisco, CA 94080 (hereinafter Bajaj) warrants that each
new 2002 and later Bajaj motorcycle, that includes as standard equipment a headlight, taillight and
stoplight, and is street legal:
A. is designed, built and equipped so as to conform at the time of initial retail purchase with all applicable
regulations of the United States Environmental Protection Agency, and the California Air Resources
Board; and
B. is free from defects in material and workmanship which cause such motorcycle to fail to conform with
applicable regulations of the United States Environmental Protection Agency or the California Air
Resources Board for a period of use, depending on the engine displacement, of 12,000 kilometers
(7,456 miles), if the motorcycle’s engine displacement is less than 170 cubic centimeters; of 18,000
kilometers (11,185 miles), if the motorcycle’s engine displacement is equal to or greater than 170
cubic centimeters but less than 280 cubic centimeters; or of 30,000 kilometers (18,641 miles), if the
motorcycle’s engine displacement is 280 cubic centimeters or greater; or 5 (five) years from the date
of initial retail delivery, whichever first occurs.
I.
Coverage: Warranty defects shall be remedied during customary business hours at any authorized
Bajaj motorcycle dealer located within the United States of America. Any part or parts replaced under
this warranty shall become the property of Bajaj.
In the State of California only, emission related warranted parts are specifically defined by the state’s
Emission Warranty Parts List. These warranted parts are: Carburetor and internal parts; Intake manifold;
Fuel tank; Fuel injection system; Spark advance mechanism; Crankcase breather; Air cutoff valves; Fuel
tank cap for evaporative emission controlled vehicles; Oil filler cap; Pressure control valve; Fuel/vapor
separator; Canister; Igniters; Breaker governors; Ignition coils; Ignition wires; Ignition points; Condensers,
and Spark plugs if failure occurs prior to the first scheduled replacement; and Hoses, Clamps, Fittings and
tubing used directly in these parts. Since emission related parts may vary from model to model, certain
models may not contain all of these parts and certain models may contain functionally equivalent parts.
In the State of California only, Emission Control System emergency repairs, as provided for in the
California Administrative Code, may be performed by other than an authorized Bajaj dealer. An
emergency situation occurs when an authorized Bajaj dealer is not reasonably available, a part is not
available within 30 days, or a repair is not complete within 30 days. Any replacement part can be used in
an emergency repair. Bajaj will reimburse the owner for the expenses, including diagnosis, not to exceed
Bajaj’s suggested retail price for all warranted parts replaced and labor charges based on Bajaj’s
recommended time allowance for the warranty repair and the geographically appropriate hourly labor rate.
The owner may be required to keep receipts and failed parts in order to receive compensation.
II. Limitations: This Emission Control System warranty shall not cover any of the following:
A. Repair or replacement required as a result of
• accident,
• misuse,
• repairs improperly performed or replacements improperly installed,
• use of replacement parts or accessories not conforming to Bajaj specification which adversely
affect performance and or
• use in competitive racing or related events
B. Inspections, replacement of parts and other services and adjustments required for required
maintenance.
C. Any motorcycle on which the odometer mileage has been changed so that actual mileage cannot
be readily determined.
III. Limited Liability
A. The liability of Bajaj under this Emission Control System Warranty is limited solely to the
remedying of defects in material or workmanship by an authorized Bajaj motorcycle dealer at its
place of business during customary business hours. This warranty does not cover inconvenience
or loss of use of the motorcycle or transportation of the motorcycle to or from the Bajaj dealer.
Bajaj shall not be liable for any other expenses, loss or damage, whether direct, incidental,
consequential or exemplary arising in connection with the sale or use of or inability to use the Bajaj
motorcycle for any purpose. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of any incidental
or consequential damages, so the above limitations may not apply to you.
B. No express emission control system warranty is given by Bajaj except as specifically set forth
herein. Any emission control system warranty implied by law, including any warranty of
merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose, is limited to the express emission control
system warranty terms stated in this warranty. The foregoing statements of warranty are exclusive
and in lieu of all other remedies. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied
warranty lasts so the above limitations may not apply to you.
C. No dealer is authorized to modify this Bajaj Limited Emission Control System Warranty.
IV. Legal Rights: This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which
vary from state to state.
V. This warranty is in addition to the Bajaj Limited Motorcycle Warranty.
VI. Additional Information: Any replacement part that is equivalent in performance and durability may
be used in the performance of any maintenance or repairs. However, Bajaj is not liable for these parts.
The owner is responsible for the performance of all required maintenance. Such maintenance may be
performed at a service establishment or by any individual. The warranty period begins on the date the
motorcycle is delivered to an ultimate purchaser.
Manufacturer: Bajaj Auto Ltd., Akurdi, Pune, India
Importer: Bajaj USA, 526 Eccles Avenue, South San Francisco, CA 94080
Owner’s Manual Notice - ‘Reporting of Safety Defects’
If you believe that your vehicle has a defect which could cause a crash or could cause injury or
death, you should immediately inform the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)
in addition to notifying (manufacturer). If NHTSA receives similar complaints, it may open an
investigation, and if it finds that a safety defect exists in a group of vehicles, it may order a recall
and remedy campaign. However, NHTSA cannot become involved in individual problems between
you, your dealer, or (manufacturer). To contact NHTSA, you may either call the Auto Safety Hotline
toll-free at 1-800-424-9393 (or 36-0123 in Washington, D.C. area) or write to : NHTSA, U.S.
Department of Transportation, Washington, D.C. 20590,
You can also obtain other information about motor vehicle safety from the Hotline.
Noise Emission Warranty:
Bajaj Auto Ltd. warrants that this exhaust system, at the time of sale, meets all applicable U.S. EPA
Federal noise standards. This warranty extends to the first person who buys this exhaust system for
purposes other than resale, and to all subsequent buyers. Warranty claims should be directed to: Bajaj
USA, 526 Eccles Avenue, South San Francisco, CA 94080
Tampering Warning:
Tampering with Noise Control System Prohibited. Federal law prohibits the following acts or causing
thereof:
(1)
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The removal or rendering inoperative by any person other than for purposes of maintenance, repair,
or replacement, of any device or element of design incorporated into any new vehicle for the purpose
of noise control prior to its sale or delivery to the ultimate purchaser or while it is in use, or
The use of the vehicle after such device or element of design has been removed or rendered
inoperative by any person.
Among those acts presumed to constitute tampering are the acts listed below:
(1) Removal of, or puncturing the muffler, baffles, header pipes or any other component which
conducts exhaust gases.
(2) Removal or puncturing of any part of the intake system.
(3) Lack of proper maintenance.
(4) Replacing any moving part of the vehicle, or parts of the exhaust or intake system, with parts other
than those specified by the manufacturer.
Warning Statement:
This product should be checked for repair or replacement if the motorcycle noise has increased
significantly through use. Otherwise, the owner may become subject to penalties under state or local
ordinances.
Warranty Statement
The following warranty applies to Bajaj scooters distributed by Bajaj USA. The warranty is the only
warranty on these products, other than the emission control system, and noise emission control system
set out elsewhere. No express warranty is given by Bajaj USA except as specifically set forth herein. Any
warranty implied by law, including any warranty of merchantability or of fitness for a particular purpose, or
for any purpose, is limited to the express terms stated in this warranty. The statements of warranty herein
are exclusive and in lieu of all other remedies. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied
warranty lasts so the above limitations may not apply to you.
Every possible care and precaution has been taken to ensure quality in respect of material and
workmanship in the vehicles manufactured by Bajaj Auto Ltd. Bajaj USA will replace or repair, at their
authorized workshop/s, free of charge, within a period of 12 months from the date of sale of the vehicle to
the first owner or until the vehicle has been driven for 6000 miles, which ever shall occur first, such part or
parts thereof as may be found, on examination, to have manufacturing defect.
Bajaj USA undertake no liability in the matter of consequential loss or damage caused due to the failure of
the parts. Delay, if any, at the repairing workshop in carrying out repair to vehicle shall not be grounds for
extending the warranty period, nor shall it give any right to the customer for claiming any compensation or
damages.
Bajaj USA reserves the right to either repair or replace the defective parts.
Where a defective part can be replaced by part/s or alternative brand/s, which are normally used by Bajaj
Auto Ltd. in the course of manufacture, Bajaj USA reserves the right to carry out the replacement by a part
or parts of any such alternative brand/s.
This warranty and any claim arising there from are subject to United States of America jurisdiction only.
No claim for exchange or repair will be considered unless the customer:
(a) Ensures that immediately upon discovery of the defect, he/she approaches any nearest Authorized
Bajaj Vehicle dealer.
(b) Produce documentation to demonstrate ownership and date of purchase.
No claim presented directly to Bajaj USA by the purchaser of the Product will be considered. All warranty
claims must be processed through the local Bajaj dealer. Bajaj USA accepts no responsibility for any
product or part thereof returned to Bajaj USA headquarters.
There is no warranty of any kind on the following:
(1) Normal maintenance operations such as brake and clutch adjustments, cleaning of fuel system,
engine tune-up or such other adjustments.
(2) Replacement of electrical items like bulbs, fuses, relays, or batteries. Repair or replacement of rubber
items like tires, inner tubes, handgrips, footpeg covers, and other rubber or elastomeric items.
(3) Parts of the vehicle that have been subject to misuse, accident, negligent treatment OR which have
been used in conjunction with parts and equipment not manufactured or recommended for use by
Bajaj USA.
(4) Parts of the vehicle that been altered and modified or replaced in an unauthorized manner.
(5) Vehicles which are not being serviced by Authorized Bajaj vehicle dealers as per the service schedule
described in the owner’s manual or which have not been operated or maintained in accordance with
the instructions mentioned in the owner’s manual.
(6) Vehicles used for any competition.
Bajaj USA reserves the right to make any changes in design or to add any improvements on the vehicle at
any time without incurring any obligation to install the same on vehicles previously supplied and sold. Also,
the conditions of this warranty are subject to alteration without any notice.
This warranty is the entire written warranty given by Bajaj USA for Bajaj scooters and no other person,
including the dealer or his/her agent or employee is authorized to extend or enlarge this warranty.
This warranty is given in lieu of and excludes every condition or warranty whether statutory or otherwise
not herein expressly set out.
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