E-TON ROVER GT Service manual

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ROVER & ROVER GT
SERVICE MANUAL
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ETON America
9 / 2007
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Table of Contents
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1. INFORMATION...................................................................................................................................... 3
1.1 Safety .................................................................................................................................................3
1.2 Notes ..................................................................................................................................................3
1.3 Specifications .....................................................................................................................................4
1.4 VIN & Engine Number ......................................................................................................................6
1.5 Standard Torque Values .....................................................................................................................7
2. MAINTENANCE ..................................................................................................................................... 8
2.1 Maintenance Schedule .......................................................................................................................8
2.2 Maintenance Record ..........................................................................................................................8
2.3 Fuel Lines & Filter .............................................................................................................................9
2.4 Throttle Operation..............................................................................................................................9
2.5 Throttle Cable Adjustment .................................................................................................................9
2.6 Air Cleaner .......................................................................................................................................10
2.7 Spark Plug ........................................................................................................................................10
2.8 Idle Speed.........................................................................................................................................11
2.9 Drive Chain ......................................................................................................................................11
2.10 Braking Systems ............................................................................................................................12
2.11 Wheels & Tires ..............................................................................................................................13
2.12 Steering System .............................................................................................................................13
2.13 Toe-In.............................................................................................................................................13
2.14 Gear Oil ..........................................................................................................................................14
3. ENGINE REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION ........................................................................................ 15
3.1 Service Information .........................................................................................................................15
3.2 Engine Removal ...............................................................................................................................15
3.3 Engine Installation ...........................................................................................................................15
4. FUEL AND LUBRICATION SYSTEMS ................................................................................................ 17
4.1 Trouble Shooting .............................................................................................................................17
4.2 Fuel Tank .........................................................................................................................................18
4.3 Carburetor ........................................................................................................................................18
4.4 Engine Oil Level & Changing .........................................................................................................20
4.5 Oil Pump removal / Installation .......................................................................................................22
5. ENGINE COMBUSTION SYSTEM ...................................................................................................... 26
5.1 Service & General Information........................................................................................................26
5.2 Trouble Shooting .............................................................................................................................26
5.2 Trouble Shooting .............................................................................................................................27
5.3 Top End Removal ............................................................................................................................28
5.4 Cylinder Head Removal...................................................................................................................30
5.5 Cylinder Head Assembly .................................................................................................................33
6. CYLINDER & PISTON......................................................................................................................... 36
6.1 Service Information .........................................................................................................................36
6.2 Trouble Shooting .............................................................................................................................36
6.3 Cylinder & Piston Removal .............................................................................................................37
6.4 Piston Installation.............................................................................................................................41
7. TRANSMISSION SYSTEM .................................................................................................................. 44
7.1 Service Information .........................................................................................................................44
7.2 Shift Mechanism C.D.I.....................................................................................................................45
7.3 Automatic Variable Speed Transmission (C.V.T.) ..........................................................................45
7.4 C.V.T. Belt .......................................................................................................................................46
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7.5 Electrical Starter Mechanisim ..........................................................................................................46
7.7 C.V.T. Reassembly ..........................................................................................................................50
8A. TRANSMISSION GEAR SET ............................................................................................................ 52
8A.1 Service Information.......................................................................................................................52
8A.2 Trouble Shooting...........................................................................................................................53
8A.3 Gear Removal ...............................................................................................................................53
8A.4 Gear Set and Bearing Inspection ...................................................................................................54
8A.5 Gear Set Installation ......................................................................................................................55
8B. SHIFTING GEAR BOX ...................................................................................................................... 56
8B.1 Service Information .......................................................................................................................56
8B.2 Trouble Shooting ...........................................................................................................................57
8B.3 Transmission Assembly Drawing .................................................................................................58
8B.4 Shift Mechanism ...........................................................................................................................59
8B.5 Gear Box Assembly ......................................................................................................................60
9. STEERING SYSTEM ............................................................................................................................ 61
9.1 Steering System Drawing ..................................................................................................................61
9.2 Trouble Shooting ...............................................................................................................................61
9.3 Steering Wheel Removal ...................................................................................................................62
9.4 Steering System Removal......................................................................................................................62
10. WHEEL AND BRAKE SYSTEM ......................................................................................................... 67
10.1 Wheel and Brake System Drawings ..............................................................................................67
10.2 Troubleshooting .............................................................................................................................68
10.3 Wheel Removal & Installation.......................................................................................................68
10.4 Drive Mechanism & Rear Brake Removal ....................................................................................69
10.5 Front Hydraulic Disc Brake System ..............................................................................................72
11. BODY COVERS AND EXHAUST SYSTEM ....................................................................................... 77
11.1 Body Cover Drawings....................................................................................................................77
11.2 Cage & Body Cover Removal .......................................................................................................77
11.3 Exhaust System Drawing ...............................................................................................................79
11.4 Exhaust System Removal ..............................................................................................................80
11.5 Servicing the Spark Arrestor ..........................................................................................................80
12. ELECTRICAL SYSTEM ...................................................................................................................... 82
12.1 Trouble Shooting ...........................................................................................................................82
12.2 Ignition Coil ...................................................................................................................................84
12.3 Ignition Timing ..............................................................................................................................84
12.4 Battery Inspection and Maintenance ..............................................................................................84
12.5 Wiring Diagram .............................................................................................................................87
13. TROUBLESHOOTING ................................................................................................. 88
13.1 Engine Does Not Start ...................................................................................................................88
13.2 Poor Performance at Low Idle .......................................................................................................89
13.3 Poor Performance at High Speed ...................................................................................................89
13.4 Loss of Power ................................................................................................................................90
13.5 Poor Handling ................................................................................................................................91
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1.1 Safety
Gasoline is extremely flammable and is explosive under certain conditions. Do not smoke or allow sparks or
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flames in your work area.
Never run the engine in a closed area. The exhaust contains poisonous carbon monoxide gas that may
cause loss of consciousness and lead to death.
The battery electrolyte contains sulfuric acid. Protect your eyes, skin and clothing. If you contact it, flush
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thoroughly with water and call a doctor if electrolyte gets in your eyes.
Engine and exhaust pipe become very hot and will remain hot for one hour after the engine is shut off.
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Do not perform service on parts that are hot.
Used engine oil and gear oil may cause personal damage after repeated or long exposure to skin.
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1.2 Notes
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Keep out of reach of children. Recycle or dispose of engine and gear oil properly at a proper facility.
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All information, illustrations, directions and specifications included in this publication are base on the latest
product information available at the time of approval for printing.
These symbols will appear throughout the manual to indicate important information or tasks.
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CAUTION – Safety notification. Proceed carefully.
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ADJUSTMENTS – Requires inspection, adjustment, or torque.
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FLUIDS – Lubrication or check and replace fluids.
MULTIMETER – Diagnostics and electrical testing.
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MEASUREMENT – Gap and size measurements.
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SPECIAL TOOL – Uncommon tools may be required.
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GENERAL MAINTENCE PART – These parts may need to be replaced often. Part numbers will be
provided when applicable.
ETON America, LLC reserves the right to make changes at any time without notice and without incurring
any obligation whatever. No part of this publication may be reproduced without written permission.
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1. INFORMATION
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1.3 Specifications
Component
(UK1-90R)
(UK2)
Type
Four cycle liquid cooled
Four cycle liquid cooled
Displacement
88.4cc
88.4cc
φ47.0 * 51mm
φ47.0 * 51mm
Compression Ratio / Pressure
10.2 : 1
10.2 : 1
Torque / BHP
6.5hp @ 6500rpm / 48BHP
6.5hp @ 6500rpm / 48BHP
Starting
Electrical
Electrical
Type
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Bore / Stroke
Transmission
Automatic (C.V.T. V-Belt)
Chassis
1766mm / 69.9"
Overall Width
1020mm / 40.2"
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Overall Length
1675mm / 65.9"
Wheel Base
1108mm / 43.6”
Seat Height
700mm / 26.6"
Ground Clearance
120mm / 4.7"
Dry Weight
162kg / 356lbs
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Overall Height
2110mm / 83.0"
1000mm / 39.4"
1110mm / 43.7"
1375mm / 54.1"
710mm / 28.0"
120mm / 4.7"
185kg / 408lbs
Swing A-arm
Dual Adjustable Shocks
Rear
Swing Arm
Adjustable Shock
Swing Arm
Adjustable Shock
Tires
Dual Hydraulic Disc
Dual Hydraulic Disc
Hydraulic Disc
Hydraulic Disc
18/7-10
18/7-10
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Front
Rear
Front
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Pressure
(UK1 and
UK2)
18/8-10
Rear
3.2psi /
0.23kg/cm2
4.0psi /
0.28kg/cm2
3.2psi /
0.23kg/cm2
4.0psi /
0.28kg/cm2
Min
Max
Min
Max
18/8-10
3.2psi /
0.23kg/cm2
4.0psi /
0.28kg/cm2
3.2psi /
0.23kg/cm2
4.0psi /
0.28kg/cm2
Wheels
Bolt Pattern
Carburetor
4 x 110mm (P.C.D)
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Swing A-arm
Dual Adjustable Shocks
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Brakes
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Automatic (C.V.T. V-Belt)
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Suspension
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Make/Size
TK SVR 22mm (Manual
Choke)
TK SVR 22mm (Manual
Choke)
Main Jet
0.95mm
0.95mm
Pilot Jet
0.32mm
Air Mixture Adjustment
Back out 1 1/2 – 1 3/4 turns
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0.32mm
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Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Engine
Rover
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Back out 1 1/2 – 1 3/4 turns
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Component
Idle Speed
Rover
Rover GT
(UK1-90R)
(UK2)
Idle 1700 - 1900rpm
520x12t
520x12t
Rear
520x32t
520x32t
Chain
#520
#520
12V-4AH/5AH - GTX5L
12V-4AH/5AH - GTX5L
Fluids
Type
Fuel
Volume
Type
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Transmission
11 liters / 2.9gal
11 liters / 2.9gal
SAE 20W - 40
0.9 liters / 0.23gal
Type
SAE 80/90 weight
Volume
300cc / 10.2oz
Electrode
Gap
Remote Control Stop/Start
0.9 liters / 0.23gal
SAE 80/90 weight
300cc / 10.2oz
CR7HSA/NGK
Z9Y (Not recommended)
Z9Y (Not recommended)
0.6-0.7mm / 0.023"
0.6-0.7mm / 0.023"
Optional kit (Stop only)
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SAE 20W - 40
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Champion
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Safety Tether Switch
Enclosed Foot Rest Area
Standard equipment
N/A
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Enclosed Engine compartment
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Unleaded Gasoline 92
octane
Volume
Spark Plug
NGK
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Unleaded Gasoline 92
octane
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Battery Size
Jell Acid (Maintenance
Free)
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Idle 1700 - 1900rpm
Sprockets
Front
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1.4 VIN & Engine Number
The unit’s serial numbers are available directly on the unit. See the pictures below.
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Engine Number
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Frame Number
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The frame VIN number is stamped on the right side of the frame near the front right wheel.
The engine VIN number is stamped on the left side of the crankcase.
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NOTE: Maximum metric torque value is shown. Do not exceed maximum torque value.
ENGINE
Cylinder head nut
25 N/m (13.3 – 18.4 lbf-ft)
12 N/m (5.2 - 8.9 lbf-ft)
Cylinder head bolt
30 N/m (14.8 - 22.1 lbf-ft)
Alternator bolt
12 N/m (5.9 - 8.9 lbf-ft)
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Spark plug
FRAME
Handlebar upper holder bolt
24-30 N/m (17.7-22.1 lbf-ft)
50-60 N/m (36.9-44.3 lbf-ft)
Steering shaft bushing holder nut
24-30 N/m (17.7-22.1 lbf-ft)
Wheel rim bolt
18-25 N/m (13.3-18.4 lbf-ft)
Tie rod lock nut
35-43 N/m (25.8-31.7 lbf-ft)
King pin nut
30-40 N/m (22.1-29.5 lbf-ft)
Handlebar lower holder nut
40-48 N/m (29.5-35.4 lbf-ft)
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Steering shaft nut
Front wheel bolt
24-30 N/m (17.7-22.1 lbf-ft)
Front axle nut
30-35 N/m (22.1-25.8 lbf-ft)
4-7 N/m (3.0- 5.2 lbf-ft)
Rear brake arm nut
7-12 N/m (5.2- 8.9 lbf-ft)
Rear axle nut
60-80 N/m (44.3-59.0 lbf-ft)
24-30 N/m (17.7-22.1 lbf-ft)
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Rear wheel bolt
30-35 N/m (22.1-25.8 lbf-ft)
Engine hanger bolt
24-30 N/m (17.7-22.1 lbf-ft)
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Exhaust muffler mounting bolt
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Front brake arm nut
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1.5 Standard Torque Values
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2.1 Maintenance Schedule
The maintenance internals in the follow table are based upon average riding conditions. Riding in unusually dusty
areas requires more frequent servicing. This table applies to units covered by this service manual. E-TON
recommends that all maintenance and inspections be performed ONLY by a qualified and fully trained technician.
EVERY YEAR
(Every 30 operating days)
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Fuel Line
Throttle Operation
Air Filter system & Element
Spark Plug
Carburetor Idle Speed
Drive Chain
Brake Shoe Wear
Brake System
Nut, Bolt, Fastener
Wheels & Wheel Nuts
Steering System
Suspension System
C.V.T. Air Filter
Waste Gas Recovery Valve
Intake & Exhaust Valve Adj.
Gear & Engine Oil
REGULAR SERVICE
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INITIAL
SERVICE
(First week)
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Note –
I: Inspect and Clean, Adjust, Lubricate, or Replace (if necessary)
C: Clean
L: Lubricate
R: Replace
2.2 Maintenance Record
Date
Performed By
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Maintenance Performed
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2. MAINTENANCE
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Maintenance Schedule
Four Stroke Vehicles
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WP-0027
300KM 2000 Miles 3700 Miles 7500 Miles NEW 1 Month 3 Months 6 Months 1 Year C * I I I Change I I R(paper) C I R(sponge) R I Change I R I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I/L I 11 12 Check crankcase for leakage Transmission oil 13 Drive belt/roller 14 Fuel tank switch and lines Throttle valve operation and cable 19 Cam Chain/ignition time 20 Valve clearance 21 Shock absorbers 22 Front/Rear suspension 23 Main/Side stands 25 Crankcase (PCV) Valve Brake mechanism/brake lin‐
ing (pad) 26 Tighten all Bolts/Nuts & Fas‐
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Check transmission for leak‐
age 5 Air cleaner element 2i
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I I * = Clean or replace the air cleaner element more often when the vehicle is operated on dusty R = Replace C = Clean (replaced if necessary) L = Lubricate # = Maintenance should be performed more often if the vehicle is frequently operated at high w
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600 Miles 9 2 Every 12000KM 200 Miles I * I Air cleaner C Oil filter (Screen) Engine oil Change I Tire, pressure I Battery I Spark plug I Carburetor (idle speed) I Steering bearing and handles 1 Every 1000KM Every 3000KM Every 6000KM rts
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2.3 Fuel Lines & Filter
Inspect the fuel lines for deterioration, damage, or leakage, and
replace if necessary.
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Check the fuel filter for accumulated dirt and debris. Replace as
needed. Filter replacement is also recommended at the
beginning of each riding season.
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The cable should be adjusted to allow for 1/8" free travel
before the throttle engages the carburetor throttle slide.
To adjust the cable's free travel, loosen the locking nut of
the cable adjuster, and turn the adjuster wheel until there is
1/8" free travel in the lever.
Tighten the locking nut to secure the adjusting ring.
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2.5 Throttle Cable Adjustment
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Inspect the throttle for smooth operation in all open and
closed positions. Ensure that there is no wear, damage, or
kinking in the throttle cable; replace it if necessary.
To lubricate cable, disconnect the throttle cable at the upper
end. Lubricate the cable with commercially available lubricant to
prevent premature wear and binding of the cable in the case.
To replace a damaged or worn cable, order part # 812469.
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2.4 Throttle Operation
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Filter assembly: Part # 812555
Filter element: Part # 800002
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2.7 Spark Plug
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Note: ETON recommends the use of NGK CR7HSA
Plug Gap
0.6-0.7mm / 0.023”
Part
# 811777
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MFG Num
CR7HSA
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Plug MFG
NGK
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ETON recommends that you replace your spark plug at the beginning of
each riding season.
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To change the spark plug, do the following:
1. Stop the engine and wait for it to cool, 30-60 min. (Never work on a hot engine. A hot engine and exhaust can present
a fire and burning hazard.)
2. Locate the spark plug at the front of the engine.
3. Remove the Spark plug lead wire by gently pulling on the plug wires boot. (Do not pull on the wire itself as this could
cause damage to the wire).
4. Remove the old spark plug using the supplied plug wrench and screwdriver
by turning the plug counter clockwise.
5. Set the electrode gap on the new plug to 0.6m-0.7mm / 0.023” using a feeler
gauge.
6. Insert the new plug by hand and tighten finger tight by turning the plug in a
clockwise direction. Use caution not to cross thread the plug in the head.
7. Use the plug wrench to tighten the plug another ¼ to ½ turn. Caution: over
tightening the plug can cause the thread in the engine head to be stripped; under
tightening the plug can cause compression loss and possible cylinder head
failure.
8. Reinstall the plug wire by pressing the wire boot over the plug until it is
completely seated on the spark plug.
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Unscrew the air cleaner cover screws.
Pull out the air filter element from the air cleaner case.
Wash the element in non-flammable solvent and squeeze
out the solvent thoroughly.
Let it dry.
Soak the filter element in gear oil, and then squeeze out the
excess oil.
Install the element into air cleaner carefully.
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2.6 Air Cleaner
Air/Fuel Ratio adjusting procedure:
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Step 1: Air adjusting screw.
Turn adjusting screw all the way in then back off
¾ to 1¼ turn on 70cc engine.
1 to 1½ turns on 90cc engine.
Air mixture adjusting screw
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Step 2: Adjust idle RPM. (Warm Engine)
Connect an RPM gauge. Turn the adjustment screw in or out to
adjust the engine idle speed to between 1700—1900 RPM.
Turning the idle adjustment screw clockwise will raise the RPM;
turning it counterclockwise will lower the RPM.
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Idle Speed: 1800 ± 100RPM
2.9 Drive Chain
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Inspect the chain slack. The standard is 10-25mm or 0.394-0.984
in.
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The drive chain will stretch with use and will require periodic
adjustments. To check the chain tension, remove the chain guard
and measure the slack. The amount of slack in the chain should
not exceed 10-25mm (0.394-0.984 in).
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Inspect the drive and axle sprockets for damaged or broken
teeth. Replace as needed. Inspect the chain links for damaged,
worn or loose rivets. Repair or replace as needed.
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Loosen the axle position lock bolts slightly and turn the chain
adjuster nut to take up the excess slack in the chain. Once the
chain has been adjusted to the proper tension retighten the
axle position locking bolt.
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The chain should be kept well lubricated to prevent excess
wear and premature failure. We recommend that you lubricate
the chain every 20 hours of operation, or more frequently if
needed, with a high quality chain lubricant.
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Chain Slack Adjustment:
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Chain adjusters
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2.8 Idle Speed
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Engine Sprocket - Part #: 812478
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2.10 Braking Systems
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Inspect the front parking brake lever (the right hand lever) and cable
for excessive wear or other damage. Replace or repair if
necessary. Measure the slack of the brake lever at the end of
the brake lever. The standard of slack is 15-25 mm (0.5910.984 in).
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Drive Axle Sprocket - Part #: 812597 (520x32t)
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Inspect the sprocket teeth. If there is excessive wear or
damage, replace the sprocket.
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When the drive chain becomes very dirty, it should be
removed, cleaned, and lubricated. Use commercial chain
lubricant to lubricate the drive chain.
Clean the drive chain with kerosene and wipe it dry. Inspect the
drive chain for worn or damaged links and rivets. Replace the chain
if it is worn excessively or damaged.
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Inspect the tire surfaces for cuts, nails, or other sharp
objects.
Check the tire surfaces at cold tire condition. The
standard tire pressure is 2.2±0.3 psi. (0.15
kg/cm2)
2.12 Steering System
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NOTE – This procedure should be performed on all units
during setup.
2.13 Toe-In
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Toe-in: 5±10mm (0.197±0.394 in)
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Measure the distance between the marks. Calculate
the difference in the front and rear measurements.
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Torque: 35-43 N/m (2.40-2.95 lb/ft)
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If the toe-in is out of standard, adjust it by changing the length
of the tie-rods equally. Loosen the locking nuts and turn the
tie-rod while holding the ball joint.
Tighten the lock nuts.
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Park the vehicle on level ground and leave the front wheels
facing straight ahead.
Mark the centers of the tires to indicate the axle center
height.
Measure the distance between the marks.
Carefully move the vehicle back, and rotate the wheels
180°, so the marks on the tires are aligned with the axle
center height on the other side.
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Check the slack of the steering shaft with the front wheels facing
straight ahead. When there is excessive slack, inspect the tie-rod,
kingpin bushing and ball joint.
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2.11 Wheels & Tires
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2.14 Gear Oil
Gear oil needs to be changed every year.
Front of engine
Drain Bolt
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1. Place an oil catch pan under the unit directly below the
transmission box.
2. Remove the transmission box drain plug located on the
bottom of the transmission box on the underside
of the unit.
5. Reinstall the drain plug and tighten. Torque to 7-10lbf-ft
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• Capacity = 300cc / 10.2oz
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Front of engine
Fill Plug
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4. Allow the oil to drain completely (15-30 min).
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3. Remove the transmission box fill hole plug locate on top of
the transmission box near the oil tank bracket on the left hand
side of the unit.
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3.1 Service Information
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Remove the seat, side panels and fenders. (See Section 11)
Disconnect the spark plug cap from spark plug.
Remove the exhaust muffler assembly.
Disconnect the throttle cable from the carburetor by removing the two
screws on top of the carburetor.
Disconnect the wire connections:
a. Carburetor auto-choke (If installed)
b. Carburetor manual choke cable (If installed)
c. Starter motor
d. A/C generator
e. C.D.I. Leads (Label before disconnecting)
f. Disconnect the shifting motor
g. Label & disconnect the shift sensor leads
h. Disconnect the engine ground wire on the (LH) side of the
engine
Disconnect the fuel line from the carburetor.
Remove the drive chain cover.
Remove the drive chain retaining clip and master link.
Remove the drive chain.
Remove the three engine hanger nuts and bolts.
Carefully remove the engine from the right side of frame.
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NOTE: The engine should only be removed when repair conditions warrant its removal. Engine removal is a
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Engine installation is basically removal in reverse.
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1. Replace the engine in the frame from the right side.
2. Reinstall the engine hanger bolts and torque to 2430 N/m (1.64-2.06 lb/ft).
3. Reinstall the drive chain, and connect with the
master link and retaining clip.
4. Reinstall the chain guard.
5. Reconnect the wire connections:
1. Carburetor auto-choke (If installed)
2. Carburetor manual choke cable (If installed)
3. Starter motor
4. A/C generator
5. Reconnect C.D.I. leads
6. Reconnect the engine ground wire on the
(LH) side of the engine
7. Reconnect the shift motor
8. Reconnect the shift sensor leads
Note: Use care when rerouting the cables and wires so as not to pinch or bend them.
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7. Reinstall the exhaust muffler assembly.
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Reconnect the fuel line.
Replace the spark plug cap.
Test-start the engine.
Test the shifting function.
Reinstall fenders, side panels, and seat.
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8.
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11.
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4. FUEL AND LUBRICATION
SYSTEMS
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No fuel in tank
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No fuel to cylinder
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Too much fuel going into cylinder
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No spark at plug
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Engine idles roughly, stalls, or runs poorly.
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Improper adjustment of the idle speed screw
Ignition malfunction
Bad fuel/ air mixture ratio
Air filter dirty
Intake leaks
Fuel tank cap breather clogged
Main jet or pilot jet clogged
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Fuel filter clogged
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Fuel flows restricted
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Float level in carburetor set too low
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Lean mixture/rich mixture
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Float level set too high
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Carburetor air duct is clogged
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Engine does not start.
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4.2 Fuel Tank
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REMOVAL
• Remove the fuel tank cap and rear bed assembly.
• Disconnect the fuel line from the carburetor.
• Unscrew the fuel tank mounting bolts.
Warning: Gasoline is highly flammable
Remove the air filter assembly.
Disconnect the fuel line and choke cable or lead wire.
Unscrew the intake pipe mounting bolts at the
carburetor
Remove the carburetor
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needle clip.
Inspect the throttle valve and jet needle surface for
wear, scratches or dirt.
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• Remove the carburetor cap.
• Remove the throttle cable from the throttle valve while
depressing the throttle valve spring.
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Note: Turn fuel petcock to “off” position
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4.3 Carburetor
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Wipe up spilled gasoline at once.
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Unscrew the float chamber screws and
remove the float chamber.
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Remove the float arm pin, float, and float needle
valve.
Inspect the seat of the float needle valve for wear
or damage.
Inspect the float for signs of leakage (fluid inside
of float)
Replace all worn or damaged parts
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Disassemble the idle jet, main jet, idle speed adjustment, and
idle mixture adjustment screws.
Inspect all the jets and screws for wear or damage. Replace
as needed. Clean the passages and jets with compressed air.
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Air/Fuel
mixture screw
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Pilot jet
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ASSEMBLY
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Clean all parts in solvent and blow it dry with compressed air. Assembly is essentially disassembly in reverse.
E-TON recommends that the bowl gasket be replaced during reassembly.
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Place the unit on a level plane.
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Add the recommended oil up to the upper level if the oil level is below
or near lower level line on the gauge.
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Install the needle clip on the jet needle.
Install the jet needle in the throttle valve.
Assemble the throttle cable, spring, and throttle
valve. Align the throttle valve groove with the idle speed
adjust screw, and install the carburetor cap on the
carburetor.
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Draining the oil:
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Remove the oil filter cap and the oil drain bolt.
NOTE: Drain the oil while the engine is warm to ensure complete
draining.
Remove the oil filter cap, spring, and oil filter screen.
Check the O-ring for damage or fatigue.
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Install a new oil filter screen and spring. Then, install
the cap.
Install the oil drain bolt with sealing washer.
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• Install the oil filter cap.
• Install the oil level gauge.
• Start the engine and let it idle for 2 to 3 minutes.
• Stop the engine and check that the oil level is at the
upper line on the gauge. Ensure there are no oil leaks.
Oil Filter Screen: Part # 800182
Oil Filter Spring: Part # 800183
Drain Bolt O-Ring: Part # 811479
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Drain Bolt
Drain Bolt O-Ring
correct engine oil viscosity that is
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Oil
Spring
Oil Filter
Screen
Fill the crankcase with recommended oil.
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4.5 Oil Pump removal / Installation
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Remove the flywheel and A/C Generator.
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Remove the cooling fan.
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Remove the right crankcase cover.
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Remove the fan cover assembly.
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Remove the oil pump driven sprocket.
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Disassemble the oil pump.
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Oil Pump
Assembly
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Remove the oil pump assembly.
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Inspection:
Measure the oil pump body-to-rotor clearance with a feeler
gauge.
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SERVICE LIMIT: 0.12 mm
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Install the oil pump shaft and measure the pump rotor tip
clearance with a feeler gauge.
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SERVICE LIMIT: 0.12 mm.
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Remove the oil pump shaft and measure the pump end
clearance with a feeler gauge.
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Installation:
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Install the A/C Generator, flywheel, and cooling fan.
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Install the oil pump assembly.
Oil Pump
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5. ENGINE
COMBUSTION SYSTEM
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5.1 Service & General Information
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Camshaft lubrication oil is fed to the
cylinder head through an oil orifice in the
engine case.
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Before installing the cylinder head, make
sure the orifice is not clogged and the
gasket, O-ring, and dowel pins are in
place.
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The engine must be removed from the
frame to service cylinder head.
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camshaft and the other parts maintenance.
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Engine top-end problems usually affect engine
performance. These problems can be diagnosed
by a compression test, or by tracing engine noise
to the top end with a sounding rod or stethoscope.
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Excessive carbon build-up on piston
head or in combustion chamber
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Excessive carbon build-up in cylinder
Excessive wear of piston rings
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Excessive noise
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Improper installation of piston rings
Piston or cylinder wall scored or
scratched
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Excessive carbon build-up on the piston
or in the combustion chamber
Engine cooling system fan damaged
Engine cooling air intake blocked
Cylinder fins dirty or clogged
Insufficient oil supply
Ignition timing out of sync
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Excess smoke
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Warped or cracked cylinder head
Cylinder or piston rings worn or
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High compression
Overheating
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Low compression
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Carburetor
Loosen the cam chain adjuster screw.
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Remove the nuts and washers.
Remove the camshaft holder and dowel pins.
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Engine Shroud
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Remove the air cleaner and carburetor.
Remove the intake pipe assembly.
Remove the engine shroud.
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Remove the rocker arm cover.
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Inspection
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Loosen the camshaft gear from cam chain and remove
the camshaft.
Inspect the cam lobes’ surface and height of cam lobes for
wear or damage.
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IN: 25.683mm / 1.008”
EX: 25.241 mm / 0.994”
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Unscrew the 5mm bolt threaded in the rocker arm shaft
end. Pull on the bolt to remove the shafts and rocker arms.
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Inspect the camshaft and bearings for wear or
damage and replace them if necessary.
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Inspect the camshaft holder, rocker arms and rocker
arm shafts for wear or damage.
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Remove the flange bolts and cylinder head.
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Measure the O.D. of each rocker arm shaft.
SERVICE LIMIT: 9.91 mm / 0.390”
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Measure the I.D. of each rocker arm.
SERVICE LIMIT: 10.10 mm / 0.398”
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with a straight edge and feeler gauge.
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Clean off all carbon deposits from the combustion
chamber. Be sure not to damage the gasket
surface.
Check the spark plug hole and valve area for
cracks.
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Remove the valve cotters, spring retainers, and
valve springs with a valve spring compressor.
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Remove the cam chain guide.
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Measure the free length of the inner and outer valve
springs.
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Inner 27.0mm / 1.063”
Outer 30.5mm / 1.201”
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SERVICE LIMIT: IN 0.08 mm / 0.003”
EX 0.10 mm / 0.00394”
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dimensions would bring the clearance within tolerance. If so, replace guides as necessary and ream to fit.
If the valve guide is replaced, the valve seat must be refaced.
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Inspect each valve for turning, burning, scratches,
or abnormal stem wear.
Check the valve movement in the guide.
Measure and record each valve stem O.D.
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Lubricate each valve stem with oil.
Insert the valves into guides.
Install the valve springs, retainers and the cotters.
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Cam Chain
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Install the cam chain guide.
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Install the new gasket and dowel pins.
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NOTE: To prevent loss of tension, don’t compress the
valve springs more than necessary.
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Camshaft and Rocker Arm Installation
Install the rocker arms and rocker arm shafts into the
camshaft holder.
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Install the cam shaft and cam chain.
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Position the camshaft gear with cam chain so that its “I” mark
aligns vertically with the cylinder head surface and the circle
points away form the cylinder head.
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Align the “T” mark on the flywheel with the index mark on the
alternator cover by turning the flywheel counter-clockwise.
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rocker arm and valve stem. Adjust if necessary.
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Install the cylinder head cover. Screw on and install the
carburetor cap onto the carburetor.
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Loosen the cam chain adjusting bolt by turning it in a
counterclockwise direction. Install the O-ring and screw.
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Standard value: IN: 0.07mm / 0.0028”
EX: 0.07 mm / 0.0028”
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Units in mm
Low or unstable compression
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Worn cylinder or piston rings
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Excessive carbon build-up on piston or combustion chamber wall.
Knocking or abnormal noise
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Worn piston and cylinder.
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Excessive carbon build-up.
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Worn cylinder, piston, or piston rings.
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Improper installation of piston rings.
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Scored or scratched piston or cylinder wall.
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Damaged valve stem seal.
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Camshaft lubrication oil is fed to the cylinder head through an oil hole in the cylinder head and
engine case. Before installing the cylinder head make sure the hole is not clogged and the gasket,
O-ring, and dowel pins are in place.
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Piston Removal - Detailed
Stuff a shop towel into the crankcase.
Remove the piston pin clip with needle nose pliers.
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Do not allow the clip fall into the crankcase.
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Remove the seat, rear fender, and exhaust.
Remove the spark plug cap.
Disconnect the wiring.
Pull out the engine. (see engine removal – section 3)
Remove the air cleaner and carburetor.
Remove the intake pipe mounting bolts.
Remove the cylinder bolt nuts.
Remove the cylinder head.
Remove the cylinder carefully.
Remove one piston pin clip.
Remove the piston pin and piston.
Spread each piston ring and remove it by lifting up at a point just
opposite the gap.
Caution: Don’t let the clip or other foreign objects drop into engine
crankcase
13. Remove the base gasket and dowel pins.
14. Clean off any gasket materials from the gasket surface. Be
careful not to damage the gasket surface.
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Remove the piston pin from the piston.
Remove the piston.
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Spread each piston ring and remove it by lifting up at a point
opposite the gap.
Inspection
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and Y axis. Take the maximum reading to determine the cylinder
wear.
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SERVICE LIMIT: 47.1 mm / 1.854”
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SERVICE LIMIT: 0.05 mm / 0.00196”
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Measure the piston ring-to-groove clearance with a feeler gauge.
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SECOND 0.09 mm / 0.00354”
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SERVICE LIMIT: 0.05 mm / 0.00196”
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Calculate the cylinder out-of-round at three levels in an X and
Y axis. Take the maximum reading to determine the out-of –
round.
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Calculate cylinder taper at three levels in an X and Y axis. Take
the maximum reading to determine the taper.
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Insert each piston ring into the cylinder and measure the ring
end gap.
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NOTE: Push the rings into the cylinder with the top of
the piston to be sure they are squarely set in the
cylinder.
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SERVICE LIMIT: 12.98 mm / 0.511”
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SERVICE LIMIT: 0.02 mm / 0.00079”
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SERVICE LIMITS: TOP 0.45 mm / 0.0177”
SECOND 0.45 mm / 0.0177”
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Measure the connecting rod small end I.D.
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SERVICE LIMIT: 13.06 mm / 0.514”
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ring with the mark facing up.
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Space the piston ring end gaps 120 degrees apart.
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NOTE: Don’t interchange the top and second rings.
Avoid piston and piston ring damage during
installation.
Install the piston pin with new pin clips.
Do not align the piston pin clip end gap with the piston
cutout.
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Clean any gasket material from the crank case surface.
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NOTE: Do not allow the clip to fall into the crankcase.
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install the cylinder.
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surface when installing the piston rings. Use a
screwdriver to hold the cam chain tightly. Do not
allow the cam chain to fall into the crankcase.
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NOTE: Be careful not to damage the gasket surface.
CYLINDER
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HEAD
Install a new head gasket, then install the cylinder head.
Torque the cylinder head nuts.
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Torque value: 25 N/m (13.3 – 18.4 lbf-ft)
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Head Gasket: Part # 811589
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7.1 Service Information
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Will not move after engine is started
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Faulty shift spring or gear
Faulty sensor (F, N1)
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Front pulley worn or broken
Clutch lining worn
Faulty shift spring
Rollers worn
Rear pulley spring distorted
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Faulty C.D.I.
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Engine stop after successful shift
Specifications
Abnormal speed limited function
Faulty C.D.I.
Faulty brake switch
Idle too high
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Abnormal shifting or will not reset
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SYSTEM
Units in mm
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The C.D.I. is located underneath the front hood cover. It includes the
shift control system. Replace it if the control system is functioning
improperly. There is also a speed-limit adjuster in the corner.
Adjust speed-limited as follows:
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Position
Refer to Service Bulletin 45 at the
end of this manual for CDI electrical
resistance specifications.
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Speed Limit Adjuster
Sensor
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This transmission is a combination of an automatic centrifugal clutch
and V-belt continuous variable transmission, which changes the
transmission ratio automatically.
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When engine speed increases, the drive pulley will push the belt by
centrifugal force from six rollers. This causes the pitch circle of the
belt in the drive pulley to increase. The belt at the driven pulley is
forced to move to the center of the shaft, causing the radius of the
pitch circle to decrease.
The transmission ratio is therefore altered by the alteration of the
pitch circle’s radius.
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If the length of the sensor is below 30mm (1.18 in), it must be
replaced.
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Inspect wire for break or damage and check the contact. Measure sensor dimension (fig-1) after removing the
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Driven Pulley
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Made of rubber fiber, it is resistant to heat, pressure, and
abrasion. The inner side of the belt is toothed to provide
flexibility for radial diameter changes.
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The Starter Motor is installed on the upper side of engine. The
starter motor can only be activated when the left hand brake is
applied, the transmission is in neutral position, and the ignition
switch is in the on position.
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When the engine speed increases, the rollers push the movable
drive face by centrifugal force. This applies pressure to the belt
which increases its turning radius. The aluminum fan is
installed on the exterior of fixed drive face. This creates an air
flow through the C.V.T. case to remove excess heat caused by
the friction of the drive belt.
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Drive Pulley
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Because the revolving radius of the V-Belt at the Drive End
is increased, the Face Comp Movable Drive is forced out by
the V-Belt at the Driven End to shorten the revolving
radius. There is a Torque Cam on the Movable Drive Face.
The Torque Cam is loaded from outside. When the outside
load is higher than the engine’s output, the pulley of the
fixed shaft and belt slip to make the Movable Drive Face
move along the inner side of the Cam and compensate to
increase to high torque (toward low speed) and makes the
engine run smoothly.
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7.6 C.V.T. Disassembly –
(LH) Crankcase Removal
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Loosen the flange nut and remove the kick-starter
ratchet.
Remove the drive face.
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CVT Removal
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Remove the gasket and dowel pins. Clean off any gasket
material from the LH crankcase surface.
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Remove the bolts and LH crankcase cover.
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Loosen the band screw and remove the CVT inlet duct.
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Remove the drive pulley assembly and driven belt.
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Inspect the driven belt for wear, tearing, or damage.
Measure the width of the driven belt.
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Inspection
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Remove the ramp plate and weight roller set.
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Remove the drive face boss and movable driven face assembly.
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SERVICE LIMIT: 17.0 mm / 0.669”
Driven Belt: Part # 811657
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Inspect the weight roller for wear or damage and replace
them if necessary.
Measure the O.D. of weight rollers.
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SERVICE LIMIT: 14.6 mm / 0.575”
Clutch Rollers: Part # 811654
Inspect the drive face collar for wear or damage.
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Inspect the drive face boss for wear or damage.
Measure the O.D. of drive face boss.
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SERVICE LIMIT: 107.5 mm / 4.232”
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Inspect the clutch outer for wear or damage.
Measure the I.D. of clutch outer.
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SERVICE LIMIT: 20.94mm / 0.824”
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Measure the I.D. of movable driven face.
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Clutch Weight
Inspect the clutch weight set for wear or damage.
Measure the thickness of clutch weight lining.
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SERVICE LIMIT: 2.0mm / 0.0787”
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SERVICE LIMIT: 82.6 mm / 3.25”
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Inspect the driven face assembly and replace if necessary.
7.7 C.V.T. Reassembly
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plate.
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Assemble the movable driven face composition, weight
roller set, and drive face.
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Measure the length of driven face spring in a relaxed position.
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Install the drive face.
Apply red Lock-Tite and torque the locking flange nut.
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Install the movable drive face assembly and boss.
Torque: 27 N-m (20 lbf-ft)
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Install the LH crankcase cover.
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Install the driven belt and driven pulley assembly.
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Install the dowel pins and gasket.
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8A.1 Service Information
For transmission repairs, the engine must be removed from the frame.
Drain oil from the transmission case before disassembly. Refill with recommended oil after reassembly.
Always bring the vehicle to a full stop before shifting into forward or reverse.
Shifting while in motion can cause damage to the transmission gears.
8A.2 Trouble Shooting
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Difficulty shifting
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Shift fork bent
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Shift fork shaft bent
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Speed too high
Excessive noise from gears
Worn transmission gear
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Transmission jumps out of gear
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Gear indicator worn
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Shift fork bent or damaged
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Remove the fixing plate bolts, fixing plate, and sprocket
from the final shaft.
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Remove the drain bolt to drain the oil from the
transmission case.
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8A. TRANSMISSION GEAR SET
GEAR SHIFT SHAFT
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Remove the dowel pins and gasket.
Disassemble the transmission. Inspect and clean.
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COUNTER SHAFT
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Loosen the bolts and remove the transmission cover.
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Remove the cir clip. Then, the final shaft can be removed
from the transmission cover.
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8A.4 Gear Set and Bearing Inspection
Turn the inner race of the bearing with your finger.
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8A.5 Gear Set Installation
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Install the transmission cover and final shaft. Secure in place
with the cir clip.
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Check the sprocket and fixing plate for wear or damage.
Replace if necessary.
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The bearing should turn smoothly and quietly,
with no restrictions.
Ensure that the outer races of the bearings fit
tightly in the crankcase.
Replace the bearings if necessary.
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GEAR SHIFT
SHAFT
SHIFT FORK
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Install the counter shaft and reverse shaft in the LH
crankcase.
Install the gear shift shaft and shift fork.
Install a new gasket and dowel pins.
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COUNTER SHAFT
Assemble the transmission cover, sprocket, and fixing plate.
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Fill the transmission cover with the recommended
oil.
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8B. SHIFTING GEAR BOX
8B.1 Service Information
Engine dies after shifting
Idle set too high
Faulty CDI
Faulty shift motor
Faulty F/N/R sensor
Faulty shift spring or gear
Faulty A/C generator
Faulty brake switch
No power when throttle applied
Belt worn
Front pulley worn or broken
Lining of clutch worn
Faulty shift spring
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Unit runs poorly at high speed
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Belt worn
Rollers worn
Rear pulley spring damaged
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8B.2 Trouble Shooting
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For transmission repairs, the engine must be removed from the frame.
Drain oil from the transmission case before disassembly. Refill with recommended oil after
reassembly.
Always bring the vehicle to a full stop before shifting into forward or reverse. Shifting while in
motion can cause damage to the transmission gears.
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Shift Mechanism
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8B.3 Transmission Assembly Drawing
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8B.4 Shift Mechanism
Gear box disassembly
Remove the transmission cover and gears
Remove and inspect the shift push, fixed shaft, and fork for wear or damage.
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Measure the fixed shift spring.
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SERVICE LIMIT: 24mm / 0.945”
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Check the shift motor for proper functionality by referring to
this table:
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knock block
Check the knock block, bearing, and cam shift for wear or
damage. Replace if necessary.
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8B.5 Gear Box Assembly
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GEAR SHIFT SHAFT
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Remove the transmission cover and gears.
Inspect gears for wear, scoring, chipping, or breaking. Replace if necessary.
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COUNTER SHAFT
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8B.5 Gear Box Assembly
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GEAR SHIFT SHAFT
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Remove the transmission cover and gears.
Inspect gears for wear, scoring, chipping, or breaking. Replace if necessary.
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COUNTER SHAFT
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9.1 Steering System Drawing
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A-Arms
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9.2 Trouble Shooting
Hard Steering
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Steering shaft holder too tight
Insufficient tire pressure
Faulty or damaged steering shaft bearings
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Steering System
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9.3 Steering Wheel Removal
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Remove the horn button to gain access to the four steering
wheel bolts.
Then, remove the steering wheel.
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Remove the front wheels and brake plates.
Remove the carter key and the two self-locking
nuts from the tie rod ball joint ends.
Remove the tie rod.
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Mount the steering wheel into position.
Replace and tighten the four holding bolts.
Replace the horn button.
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INSTALLATION
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TIE-ROD INSPECTION
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KINGPIN INSPECTION
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• Inspect the kingpin for damage or cracks.
• Measure the kingpin outer diameter.
Upper minimum limit: 15.40 mm (0.606 in”)
Lower minimum limit: 16.90 mm (0.665 in”)
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There are two bushing in the sleeve of front swing arm, the upper
and lower bushing. Check the kingpin bushings for wear or
damage. Measure the inner diameter of the bushings.
Upper minimum limit: 15.69 mm (0.618 in”)
Lower minimum limit: 17.19 mm (0.677 in”)
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Inspect the ball joint rubbers for damage, wear or
deterioration.
Turn the ball joints with fingers. The ball joints should turn
smoothly and quietly.
Replace as needed.
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Remove the rubber cap on the kingpin and remove the
cotter pin.
Unscrew the castle nut and remove the kingpin.
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BUSHING INSPECTION
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Inspect the steering shaft for damage or cracks. Measure the
steering shaft outer diameter at the bushing seat.
Minimum limit: 22.0 mm (0.866 in”)
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STEERING SHAFT INSPECTION
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The bearing is on the front part of frame. It should turn
smoothly and quietly.
Inspect the bearing races for wear or damage and for
proper fit.
Replace the bearing if necessary.
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Remove the steering shaft.
Remove the bushing from the shaft.
Inspect the bushing for damage or wear, replace if
necessary.
Measure the bushing inner diameter. Maximum limit:
22.8 mm (0.898 in”)
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Remove the handle bar and handle bar cover (see
paragraph 8-1).
Remove the front fender (see section 11-1).
Remove attaching nut from the bottom of the steering
shaft.
Pull steering shaft carefully.
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“L” Mark
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Install the ball joint with the “L” mark on the steering
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Install the tie-rod with the mark on the wheel side.
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Set the distance between the ball joints to 164 mm (6.46 in). This is
a temporary setting.
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Install the steering shaft nut at the bottom of the steering
shaft and tighten it. Then, install a new carter key.
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Apply grease to the steering shaft bushing.
Insert the steering shaft through the bushing.
Ensure the shaft is properly seated in the bearing at
the bottom of the shaft.
Torque: 24-30 N/m (17-22 lbf-ft)
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INSTALLATION OF STEERING SHAFT
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Temporarily set the distance to 147mm (5.79 in) between the
ball joints.
Install the tie-rod and tighten the nuts.
The torque setting is 35-43 N/m (2.40-2.95 lb/ft).
Install the front brake.
Install the front wheel.
Adjust the toe in.
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Apply grease on the kingpin lower dust seal lips and
install.
Grease the bushing and install the kingpin.
Tighten the kingpin nut.
The torque setting is 30-40 N/m (2.06-2.74 lb/ft).
Fix the waterproof rubber cap.
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10. WHEEL AND BRAKE SYSTEM
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10.1 Wheel and Brake System Drawings
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Hydraulic brake
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Rear wheel
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Front wheel
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Bad brake performance
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Brake shoes are worn
Bad brake adjustment
Brake linings are oily, greasy, or
dirty
Brake drums are worn
Brake arm setting is improperly
engaged
Axle is not tightened well
Vibration or wobble
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Axle bearings are worn
Faulty tires
Rear axle bearing holder is faulty
Brake drag
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Sticking brake cam
Sticking brake cable
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REMOVAL
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Raise the wheels off the ground by placing a block under the
frame.
Remove:
Rubber Dust Cover
Cotter pin
Castle Nut
Axle Washer
Wheel
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INSTALLATION
Install components in this order:
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Bearing
Inter Spacer
Bearing
Oil Seal
Outer Spacer
Wheel Rim
Outer Spacer
Axle Washer
Castle nut : Torque 30-35 N/m (22.1-25.8 lbf-ft)
Cotter Pin (New Cotter Pin recommended)
Rubber Dust Cover
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10.4 Drive Mechanism & Rear Brake
Removal
Removal and inspection:
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Remove the rear wheel
Raise the rear wheels off the ground.
Remove the cotter pin, axle nut, and washer. Remove the
wheel and wheel hub. Remove the drive chain.
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Disassemble the chain, retaining clip, and master link.
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Check the driven sprocket for damage or wear.
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Check the bearing by turning with your fingers.
The bearings should turn smoothly and quietly. Replace if
necessary.
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from the caliper.
Remove the caliper from the rotor.
Inspect the brake pads.
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Place the rear axle on V-blocks and check the run out. The run
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INSTALLATION
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Assemble the drive chain on the driven sprocket.
Assemble the master link and retaining clip. Note the
retaining clip’s direction. Install the drive chain cover.
Assemble the chain cover.
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Add grease to the dust seal lips and install dust seals.
Assemble the rear axle and the driven sprocket.
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10.5 Front Hydraulic Disc Brake System
To the replace brake disc, first remove the front tire by
removing the four nuts as shown.
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the caliper.
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Assemble the wheel.
Tighten the rear axle nut with 30-35 N/m (22.1-25.8
lbf-ft). Install a new cotter pin.
Adjust the rear brake slack. Adjust chain slack.
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First, remove the tire.
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remove the caliper.
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REPLACE THE BRAKE PADS:
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Unscrew the bolts and remove the brake disc.
Check the thickness of disc and replace with a new one if the
thickness less than 3mm (0.118 in”).
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Remove the brake pad as shown.
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a new one if the thickness less than 1mm (0.039”).
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brake rotor on the mounting seat. Torque to 60-80
N/m (44.3-59.0 lbf-ft).
Brake Pads: Part # 610143
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First, unscrew the bolts and open the cover.
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replace the two caliper retaining bolts and tighten the
torque to 30-40 N/m (22-30 lbf-ft).
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Press the caliper piston in fully and place the piston
pad over the retaining pins and piston. Replace the
static pad in the retaining clip and ensure that it is
fully engaged and in the proper location.
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Take great care as to not contaminate the brake pads
or rotor with oil, grease, or brake fluid during the
installation.
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Unscrew the bolt and drain the used oil.
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Fasten the bolt after the used oil has been drained out
completely.
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Loosen the bleeder valve on the caliper and depress
the brake lever to expel any air in the line. Tighten the
bleeder valve before releasing the brake lever. Repeat
the process until all air has been purged from the brake
line. Tighten the bleeder valve and fill the reservoir with
(Dot 3 or Dot 4) brake fluid to a half full level.
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Reinstall the reservoir cap and cap bolts. Test the
brake system and check for any leaks in the brake line
connections.
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Remove the tire.
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There are two brake caliper fixing bolts on the back of the plate.
Use a wrench to remove those two bolts; you can now take
the whole caliper out.
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When replacing the brake pads, you must use a hammer
and punch to push the pins out. This will release the pad for
replacement.
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removal.
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nut. Then, you can take apart the parking brake caliper.
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PARKING BRAKE PAD REMOVAL
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The support cage must first be removed to be able to remove
the front and rear fenders. First, remove the mounting bolts on
the left and right-hand support arms that attach the cage to the
front of the frame. Next, remove the four mounting bolts near
the four corners of the seat assembly that attach the cage to the
rear of the frame.
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The front hood must be removed prior to removing the front
body cover in order to gain access to the four body cover bolts.
Additionally, remove the three bolts on the left and right hand
sides as shown in the parts diagram above (ref. 11.2-A).
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Ref. 11.2-B
Ref. 11.2-C
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11. BODY COVERS AND EXHAUST SYSTEM
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panels, as well as the starter relay (ref 11.2-C)
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To remove the seat, first remove the two allen bolts on the right
hand side beneath the rear body cover. Next, loosen but do not
remove the two allen bolts on the left hand side. Slide the seat
backward until the bolts line up with the openings on the seat
mount, then lift the seat to remove it.
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To remove the rear bed, remove the fuel tank cap and the four
bolts from the rear carrier. Remove the bed from the frame.
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Remove the four bolts above the front fender panels to remove
the front side fenders on the left and right hand sides (ref 11.2B).
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11.3 Exhaust System Drawing
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This is the two-piece exhaust system (exhaust reed system and pipe).
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Clean the exhaust gasket material from the cylinder
head exhaust port completely using a wire brush
and scraper. DO NOT scratch the gasket seat.
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new muffler gasket to ensure there are no exhaust
leaks between the cylinder and muffler.
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Remove the clean out bolt using a 12mm wrench.
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has to be cleaned. Remove the allen bolt using a 4mm allen
wrench.
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counterclockwise while applying an outward pressure until the
screen is removed.
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securing it by tightening the retaining nut.
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a hot exhaust system. Hot exhaust pipe and muffler
pose a serious risk of burn and/or fire hazard.
Remove the two mounting bolts that attach the
exhaust pipe to the exhaust port on the under side of
the engine cylinder.
Remove the two (2) exhaust pipe hanger mounting
bolt from the frame and remove the exhaust
pipe/muffler assembly by tilting the front down and
sliding the assembly to the rear of the unit.
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After every 200 hours of operation, the Spark Arrestor has to be
replaced by removing the retaining bolt using a 4mm allen wrench.
Removal Bar
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Use pliers on the removal bar to turn the sleeve of the Spark Arrestor
counterclockwise while applying an outward pressure until the
screen is removed.
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Spark Arrestor
Screen
Retaining
Bolt
Nut
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Replace with a new Spark Arrestor Screen and secure it by tightening
the retaining bolt.
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12.1 Trouble Shooting
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Engine starts but dies
Engine stop switch in OFF position
Remote control switch in OFF position
Ignition switch in OFF position
Safety tether switch disengaged
Faulty spark plug
Faulty ignition switch
Faulty ignition coil
Faulty CDI module
Improper gaping on pickup coil
Faulty A/C generator
Poor connection:
Between CDI and ignition coil
Between alternator and CDI unit
Between CDI and engine stop
switch
Between ignition coil and spark
plug
Between generator and CDI unit
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Exhaust system
clogged
Fuel petcock not fully
opened
Fuel filter clogged or
dirty
Air filter clogged or dirty
Carburetor vacuum leak
Carburetor main jet, pilot jet, or
needle valve dirty
Ignition primary circuit:
• Poor connection of
primary contact
• Improper gap adjustment of
pickup coil
• Faulty ignition coil
• Faulty A/C generator
• Faulty CDI module
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Engine starts but runs poorly
Fuel petcock not in ON position
Dirty or clogged fuel filter
Improper ignition timing
Faulty spark plug
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No spark at plug
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Improper ignition timing:
Faulty A/C generator
Faulty CDI module
Loose battery connection
Loose charger connection
Poor ground wire connection
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Ignition switch in OFF position
Brake lever is not engaged
Engine stop switch in OFF position
Discharged battery or low battery
charge
Faulty starter relay
Starter switch wires disconnected
Faulty starter switch
Starter motor wires disconnected
Faulty starter motor
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Fuel tank empty
Fuel petcock in OFF position
Fuel filter dirty or clogged
Dirty air filter
Spark plug wire disconnected
No spark at plug (see “No Spark” above)
Dirty main jet, pilot jet, or needle valve in
carburetor
Loose or poor main ground wire
connection
Improper gap adjustment of pickup coil
Faulty A/C generator
Faulty ignition coil
Faulty CDI module
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Starter motor does not turn
Starter motor turns, but engine
does not start
Loose connection of battery terminal
Corrosion of battery terminal leads
Loose or poor connection of frame
ground wire
Loose connection of A/C generator
wires
Abnormal high current draw on
battery
Faulty A/C generator
Faulty rectifier
Faulty battery
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Ignition timing is controlled by the CDI (Capacitive
Discharge Ignition) module and is set at the
factory via a RCP (ROM Chip Program). The timing
cannot be manually adjusted.
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3°/4000rpm.
12.4 Battery Inspection and Maintenance
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sparks, open flame, and other possible sources of ignition. Always provide adequate ventilation during
charging and maintenance of the battery. The battery contains sulfuric acid (an electrolyte). Contact with skin
or eyes may cause severe burns or blindness. Always wear protective clothing and eye protection when
servicing the battery. The electrolyte is toxic. If swallowed, drink large quantities of water or milk and seek
medical attention immediately, or contact a poison control center.
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should range between 7.4-12.0 kΩ.
If the test results fall outside the stated
ranges, replace the ignition coil
assembly (part # 811614).
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Testing the ignition coil:
• Remove the coil wire cap from the spark
plug
• Unplug the ignition coil primary leads
• Test the primary coil as shown in the
picture. Primary coil resistance should
range between 0.1-0.3 Ω.
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Battery removal:
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Measure the battery voltage using a multi-meter set
to Voltage
A fully charged battery should read 13.0-13.5V. An
under charged or faulty battery will be below 12.0V.
If the battery is showing under charge condition,
charge the battery using a trickle charger at 7 amps
for 10 hours. When charging the battery, it should
be removed from the unit. Connect the charger
lead to the battery before turning on the charging
unit. Turn the charging unit off before
disconnecting the charging leads from the battery.
Retest the battery voltage. If the battery voltage
shows an under charge condition after charging,
replace the battery (Part # 750173).
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The new battery is shipped dry with the electrolyte
in a separate container. Remove the battery cell
caps and install the electrolyte in the battery cells.
CAUTION: Electrolyte contains sulfuric acid that
can cause severe burns if contact is made with the
skin or eyes.
Allow the battery to completely absorb the
electrolyte (approximately one (1) hour). The battery
should have a full charge. The battery is a gel acid
battery and will not show any liquid electrolyte
when fully absorbed.
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damage the cell plates and make the battery unusable.
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Testing the battery:
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Remove the battery retainer strap
Disconnect the negative (BLACK) battery
lead first
Disconnect the positive (RED) battery lead
next
Use caution when disconnecting lead so as
not to cause a spark
Remove the battery from the battery
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stored in a location that will ensure that battery will not freeze.
DO NOT store the battery on a concrete surface as it can draw the charge from the battery and
damage the battery plates.
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voltage you can recharge the battery using a 12
volt battery trickle charger.
Connect the positive lead of the charger to the
positive terminal of the battery.
Connect the negative lead of the charger to the
negative terminal of the battery.
Turn on the charger and allow the battery to
charge from 4 to 6 hours.
Test the battery voltage after charging it should
give a reading of between 12-and 13 volts.
If after charging the battery is still indication a low
voltage or the battery will not hold the charge for
more than a day or two the battery should be
replaced.
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Place the battery in the battery compartment.
Clean the battery terminals and lead connectors of
all dirt and corrosion.
Attach the positive (RED) lead to the [+] positive
terminal of the battery first.
Attack the negative (BLACK) lead to the [-]
negative terminal of the battery next.
Check the lead routing to ensure they are clear of
obstruction and do not fall between the battery
and unit body where they could be worn or
otherwise damaged.
Attach the battery retainer strap to secure the
battery in place.
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12.5 Wiring Diagram
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13.1 Engine Does Not Start
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Weak or no spark
No fuel In fuel tank
Clogged float valve
Clogged fuel tank cap breather hole
Clogged at fuel tube
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Faulty spark plug
Fouled spark plug
Faulty CDI unit
Faulty alternator
Faulty engine stop switch
Poorly connected, broken, or shorted wires
Broken or shorted ignition coil
Broken or shorted spark plug wire
Faulty pulse generator
Faulty ignition switch
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• Worn cylinder and piston rings
• Damaged cylinder head gasket
Auto choke off or damaged
Auto choke power wire disconnected
Improperly adjusted air screw
Improperly ignition timing
Fuel / air mixture ratio is too lean
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Carburetor flooded
Improperly adjusted air screw
Fuel / air mixture ratio too rich
Auto choke stuck or damaged
Air cleaner dirty
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No fuel flow to carburetor
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13.2 Poor Performance at Low Idle
Bad ignition timing
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Faulty CDI unit or pulse generator
Restricted fuel flow
Improperly adjusted air screw
Deteriorated insulator o-ring
Loose carburetor
Weak or intermittent spark
Loose or disconnected ignition system wires
Faulty, wet, or fouled spark plug
Faulty alternator
Faulty CDI unit
Faulty ignition switch
Faulty ignition coil
Faulty pulse generator
Broken or shorted spark plug wire
Faulty engine stop switch
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13.3 Poor Performance at High Speed
Faulty CDI unit
Faulty pulse generator
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Clogged fuel line
Clogged fuel valve
Clogged fuel tank breather hole
Dirty air filter
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Clogged carburetor jets
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Restricted fuel flow
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Bad ignition timing
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Leaking intake pipe
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13.4 Loss of Power
• Brake dragging
• Drive chain too tight
• Damaged wheel bearing
• Wheel bearing needs lubrication
• Punctured tire
• Faulty tire valve
• Fuel / air mixture ratio too rich or lean
• Clogged in air cleaner
• Clogged in muffler
• Restricted fuel flow
• Clogged fuel tank cap breather hole
• Clean and adjust
Low tire pressure
Engine speed does not increase when
accelerated lightly
• Faulty pulse generator
• Faulty CDI unit
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• Leaking head gasket
• Worn cylinder and piston rings
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Cylinder compression too low
• Clean and Adjust
• Excessive carbon deposited in
Combustion chamber
• Wrong type of fuel
• Fuel / air mixture ratio is lean
• Use of poor quality fuel
• Worn piston and cylinder
• Fuel / air mixture ratio is lean
• Wrong type of fuel
• Ignition timing too advanced
• Excessive carbon deposited in
Combustion chamber
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Engine knocking at high speed
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Engine overheating
• Clean the spark plug
• Spark plug is incorrect heat range
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Fouled or discolored spark plug
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13.5 Poor Handling
Steering is heavy
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• Damaged steering shaft bushing
One wheel is wobbling
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Bent tie-rod
Incorrect tie-rod adjustment
Rear tire pressure incorrect
Improper wheel alignment
• Bent frame
Vehicle pulls to one side
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Improperly installed wheel hub
Excessive wheel bearing play
Bent swing arm
Bent frame
Swing arm pivot bushing excessively worn
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Service Bulletin
Speed limit keys for the UK1-90R FX-ROVER
Bulletin No.: SB-0047
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The UK1-90R Rover is equipped with 2 different speed range keys. The blue
(shorter) key is restricted to slower rpm’s, and with no adjustment on the CDI revlimiter. The red (longer) key is unrestricted and the speed can be increased or decreased with the 1-4 adjustments on the CDI box. Check the chart below for the
speed ratings.
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Date: 11/21/06
E-TON FX-Rover Speed Chart
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Mph
8.8
12.9
15.6
18.8
18.8
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Service Bulletin
Bulletin No:
0048
UK1 Rover not shifting into gear properly
Date:
12/08/06
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There is an engineering change affecting the 2007 Viper UK1 Rover 4 cycle utility cart. The Shift fork
assembly has been reengineered to reduce friction, allowing the shift cogs to fully engage into reverse.
Units with out this upgrade may display some or all of the following symptoms:
1. Incomplete shifting
2. Grinding noise from the gear box
3. Engine stalling during shifting
4. Blinking indicator lights
Part No.
812741
Description
Shift Fork Assembly
Labor Codes
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Replace the shift fork assembly
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Jack the rear end of the vehicle up, and remove the RH rear tire
Step 2
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Service Bulletin
0048
12/08/06
UK1 Rover not shifting into gear properly
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Disconnect the battery and the CDI box.
Also remove the rear fender trunk assembly.
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chain
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Step 3
Step 6
Remove the six bolts from the transmission
cover. Remove the engine hanger nut.
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using the drain bolt shown in picture.
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Bulletin No:
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Step 8
The shift motor is located on the rear of the
gear box as shown in picture.
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Remove the transmission cover and the
gasket.
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The shift motor has to be pulled out to remove the knock block and shift fork assembly.
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Next remove the two Phillips head screws
from the shift motor cover. This will expose
the shift motor.
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Unscrew the bolt on the bottom of the transmission. This will release the spring and
ball bearing. This bolt is located just in
front of the drain bolt.
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Remove the 2 pins from the shift push and
the shift fork.
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Now, install the new shift fork assembly.
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Disassemble the transmission. First, remove
the knock block, then remove the shift push
and shift shaft as one piece as shown in
picture.
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Make sure the cam is in this position as
shown in picture when installing. This will
make it easier to install the knock block
once the assembly is in the transmission.
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Now, reassemble the shift fork with the gear
shift shaft, making sure that the washer is
on the front side of this shaft as shown in
picture.
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Once the gears are installed, the knock
block can be installed with a pair of needle
nose pliers. Align it as shown in picture.
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Install the shift push and the gear shift shaft
as one assembly as shown. The cam needs
to be aligned into the indicator hole in the
case. This will lock the shift push in place.
Also, reinstall the pins as shown in step 11.
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Connect the wires to the shift motor. The
red wire connection has a red dot to ensure
correct polarity. Now, install the shift motor
cap in reverse order as shown in steps 8-10.
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Install the gasket and the shift motor. The
motor has a “D” shaped keyway that is
keyed to the knock block. Make sure this is
aligned.
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Clean the transmission gasket surface. Install the two indicator pins as shown in picture. Now, reinstall the gasket and the transmission cover.
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Reinstall the ball bearing the spring and the
bolt in reverse order from step 12. Also,
reinstall the drain bolt as shown in step 5.
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Step 24
Remove the filler plug and fill the transmission with 10.2oz, or 300cc of 80-90weight
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Tighten the six cover bolts and the engine
hanger bolt and nut as shown. Torque to
15-18ft lbs.
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Step 26
Reinstall the rear trunk, battery, and the
CDI box, Test the operation of the transmission to make sure it is engaging in each
gear.
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Now reinstall the following parts in reverse
order of their removal. Start with the drive
chain, the chain guard and the exhaust pipe.
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E-TON ATV, Scooter and Utility Kart
Headlight Wattages
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10w Viper 150 20w 50w
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Beamer Matrix 18w 24w
Beamer R2 18w 24w
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