BRP Can-Am Rally 200 Рулевое управление

Section 07 STEERING SYSTEM
Subsection 01 (TABLE OF CONTENTS)
TABLE OF CONTENTS
STEERING SYSTEM ..............................................................................................................
HANDLEBAR ......................................................................................................................
STEERING COLUMN .........................................................................................................
TIE-ROD..............................................................................................................................
STEERING COLUMN BEARING........................................................................................
MULTI-FUNCTION SWITCH .............................................................................................
THROTTLE HANDLE..........................................................................................................
LH HANDLE BRAKE...........................................................................................................
RH HANDLE BRAKE ..........................................................................................................
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STEERING SYSTEM
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29
4
6
5
1
7
3
2
8
29
1
10
20
23 N•m
(17 lbf•ft) 9
Synthetic
grease
13
11
12
14
23 N•m
15 (17 lbf•ft)
12
Synthetic
grease
28
24
41 N•m
(30 lbf•ft) 25
26
26
26
27
21
16
10 N•m
23 (89 lbf•in)
22
25
41 N•m
(30 lbf•ft)
58 N•m
18 (43 lbf•ft)
17
19
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HANDLEBAR
Inspection
Removal
Inspect the handlebar for damage, cracks or bending. Replace if any problem is detected.
NOTE: This procedure must be used only when
handlebar has to be replaced.
Remove:
– steering cover (refer to BODY)
– handlebar grips no. 1 by removing grip ends
no. 29 and cutting handlebar grip (if necessary)
Installation
For the installation, reverse the removal procedure.
Install new handlegrip.
STEERING COLUMN
Removal
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1
1. Grip end
2. Screw
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–
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RH handle brake no. 2 (see below in this section)
LH handle brake no. 3 (see below in this section)
throttle handle no. 4 (see below in this section)
multi-function switch no. 5
(see below in this section)
– hexagonal screws no. 6, reinforcements no. 7,
steering supports no. 8 and elastic flange nuts
no. 9
– handlebar no. 10.
Place the vehicle on jack stands.
Remove:
– steering cover
– hexagonal screws no. 6, reinforcements no. 7,
steering supports no. 8 and elastic flange nuts
no. 9
– handlebar
– console and seat (refer to BODY)
– fuel tank (refer to FUEL CIRCUIT)
– tie-rods on the steering column side
(see further in this section)
– hexagonal flange screws no. 11, half bushing
no. 12, bushings no. 13, stopper plate no. 14 and
elastic flange nuts no. 15
– cotter pin no. 19, hexagonal stop nut no. 18, flat
washer no. 17.
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2
3
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1
2
1. Cotter pin
2. Elastic flanged nut
3. Flat washer
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1. Handlebar screw
2. Reinforcement
3. Steering support
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Remove cotter pin no. 24 elastic stop nut no. 25,
washer no. 26, to bottom end of steering column
no. 20.
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Twist and pull steering column aside of frame in a
downward motion.
B
Inspection
Inspect steering column for damage, cracks or bending, replace if any problem is detected.
MODEL
Installation
For the installation, reverse the removal procedure.
Install a new cotter pins. Both ends of cotter pin
must be folded.
TIE-ROD
Removal
Place the vehicle on jack stands and remove front
wheel(s).
Remove cotter pin no. 24, elastic stop nut no. 25,
washers no. 26 and tie-rod assembly no. 27.
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2
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A
B
mm
32 ± 2
217 ± 2
in
1-1/4 ± 1/16
8-17/32 ± 1/16
All
NOTE: Torque the ball joint lock nut no. 28 to 22 N•m
(16 lbf•ft).
Torque elastic stop nut to 41 N•m (31 lbf•ft).
Install a new cotter pin. Both ends of cotter pin must
be folded.
Toe Adjustment
Place vehicle on level surface.
Check that handlebar is straight.
Check pressure in each tires. Always follow recommended pressure.
Place a rope around the vehicle and, using an elastic, link both ends together.
Install spacers on front and rear rims. These spacers will prevent the rope from touching tire.
3
1. Cotter pin
2. Elastic stop nut
3. Washer
Inspection
Inspect ball joint ends for wear or looseness, if excessive, replace.
Installation
For the installation, reverse the removal procedure. Pay attention to the following details.
At the time of the reinstallation or the new tie-rod(s)
installation, screw threaded end of tie-rod into ball
joint. The maximum length for tie-rod groove to
ball joint end must be the value A in the following
chart:
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1
2
1. Rope
2. Spacers
NOTE: Different items can be used as spacers,
like magnets (recommended).
The rope must be placed at the center of the
wheels. Do not place rope on tire threads.
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Subsection 02 (STEERING SYSTEM)
Separate tie-rods no. 27 from steering column
no. 20. Refer to TIE-ROD (earlier in this section).
Remove the cotter pin no. 19, elastic nut no. 18 and
washer no. 17.
Lift up the steering column until the end of steering column is out of bearing.
Remove screws no. 21 and nuts no. 23. Lift up the
upper bearing flange no. 22 to reach the bearing.
Remove bearing no. 16.
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1
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1. Ruler
2. Spacers
Measure the distance between the front edge of
the front rim and the rope and the distance between the rear edge of the front rim and the rope.
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2
1. Frame support
2. Screw
3. Bearing flange
Installation
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TYPICAL
For installation, reverse the removal procedure.
Pay attention to the following details.
Place bearing flange collar toward outside.
NOTE: Install both bearing flanges on top of frame
support.
Install screw no. 21 and nut no. 23.
Install new cotter pins. Both ends of cotter pins
must be folded.
The perfect front toe-out adjustment is 0 mm ± 3 mm
(0 in ± .118 in) each side.
Adjust alignment with tie-rod.
MULTI-FUNCTION SWITCH
STEERING COLUMN BEARING
Refer to INSTRUMENTS AND ACCESSORIES.
Test
Removal
Place vehicle on jack stands.
Remove fuel tank (refer to FUEL CIRCUIT).
Unscrew bolts no. 11.
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Removal
THROTTLE HANDLE
– console cover and cup (refer to BODY)
– disconnect connectors located under console
cover.
Removal
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For handlebar replacement
Unscrew throttle clamp.
Put throttle handle aside.
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1. Unplug multi-function switch connectors
Separate multi-function switch no. 5 from handlebar no. 10.
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1. Throttle clamp screws
For throttle handle replacement
Remove
– throttle housing cover
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1. Multi-function switch screws
NOTE: Some locking ties may have to be cut and
replaced.
Installation
For installation, reverse the removal procedure.
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1. Throttle cover screws
Move back rubber cap.
Tighten adjustment screw to its maximum.
Using long nose pliers, remove throttle cable end
from throttle lever.
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Unscrew throttle adjustment screw completely
and remove cable.
LH HANDLE BRAKE
Removal
Separate multi-function switch.
Remove handlebar grip no. 1 by removing grip
ends no. 29 and cutting handlebar grip (if necessary).
Remove brake cable from handle. It may be necessary to release cable tension from rear caliper.
Refer to BRAKES for procedure.
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1.
2.
3.
4.
1
2
3
2
4
Rubber cap
Throttle cable
Adjustment screw
Throttle cable housing
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Remove brake lever screw.
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1
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1
2
1. Throttle cable
2. Throttle housing
Unscrew throttle clamp to separate throttle handle
no. 4 from handlebar no. 10.
Installation
For installation, reverse the removal procedure.
Refer to CARBURETOR for throttle cable adjustment procedure.
Cable Lubrication
Refer to CARBURETOR.
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1. Multi-function switch
2. Handlebar grip
3. LH brake lever screw
Remove handle brake no. 3 from handlebar no. 10.
If brake cable has to be removed, it may be necessary, to unplug connectors under steering cover and
cut locking tie. Remember cable routing to install
new cable properly.
Installation
For installation, reverse the removal procedure.
Install new handle grips if old ones have been cut.
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RH HANDLE BRAKE
Unscrew screws and clamp then remove RH handle brake.
Removal
For handlebar replacement
Unscrew RH brake handle clamp.
Put RH brake handle aside.
For handle brake housing replacement
Drain brake system (Refer to BRAKES) section.
Unscrew banjo fitting and discard sealing rings.
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3
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1. RH handle brake screws
Hose Removal
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Refer to BRAKES for specifics instructions.
Installation
1
For installation, reverse the removal procedure.
NOTE: When reinstalling banjo fitting on brake
handle, always replace sealing rings with new
ones.
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2.
3.
4.
Banjo fitting
Screw
Sealing rings
Brake oil reservoir
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