- Global Bajaj
Dear Customer,
Congratulations on choosing “Bajaj CT-100” motorcycle, one of the finest motorcycles in the
country brought to you by Bajaj Auto Limited.
Before you prepare for riding, please read this User's Guide carefully to familiarize yourself with
the mechanism and the controls of the vehicle.
To maintain your bike in perfect running condition to deliver consistent performance, we
earnestly advise you to avail periodic services, at Bajaj Dealers.
You can entrust Bajaj Dealers, who are well equipped with all necessary facilities, skill sets and
trained manpower for servicing and repairs of your “Bajaj CT-100”. In the rare event of going to
a local garage, always insist on Genuine Bajaj Spares to ensure safety, performance and longer
life of your vehicle.
Should you require any additional information, please approach Bajaj Dealers. If necessary, you
may also write to selling dealers, with relevant details like Registration no. Chassis no., Engine
no., Date of purchase, Kms. run, name of selling dealer and your contact numbers.
Finally, may we request you to give your motorcycle a proper care and regular maintenance, as
described in this manual. We are sure this will offer you a long trouble-free ownership
experience.
Wishing you unlimited miles of happiness!
International Marketing
BAJAJ AUTO LIMITED
Akurdi Pune - 411 035 India
Table of Contents
Description
Identification Data....................................................................................................................................1
Technical Specifications......................................................................................................................... 2
Location of Parts.....................................................................................................................................3
How to Ride your Bike.........................................................................................................................12
• Running In.................................................................................................................................12
• Riding the Bike..........................................................................................................................12
• Fuel Saving Tips.......................................................................................................................14
Safe Riding Tips....................................................................................................................................15
General Maintenance Information.........................................................................................................16
• Engine Oil..................................................................................................................................16
• Battery........................................................................................................................................18
• Rainy Season Care...................................................................................................................18
Daily Safety Checks...............................................................................................................................19
Non-use Maintenance............................................................................................................................20
Periodic Maintenance / Lubrication Chart........................................................................................... 21
Pre-Delivery Inspection..........................................................................................................................24
Applicable to All Periodic Services...................................................................................................... 25
Use Only Bajaj Genuine Parts..............................................................................................................26
DOC. NO. 71111342
REV. 01, July 11
Safety and Warning Information
Warning
This indicates that a potential hazard or injury to you or other persons and
to the vehicle can happen, if the advise provided is not followed.
Caution
This indicates that a potential hazard that could result in vehicle damage.
Follow the advise provided with the caution.
Notice
The description and illustration in this booklet are not to be taken as binding on
the manufacturers.
The essential features of the type described and illustrated herein remaining
unaltered.
Bajaj Auto Limited reserves the right to carry out at any moment without being
obliged to bring this booklet upto-date.
Modifications on the vehicle, parts or accessories as may be convenient and
necessary.
Identification Data
Technical Specifications
The Frame and Engine serial numbers are used to register the motorcycle. They are the unique
alpha-numeric codes to identify your particular vehicle from others of the same model and type.
Frame Number Location
On LH Side of Steering Tube
(Alpha-Numeric - 17 Digits)
Engine
Bore x Stroke
Eng. Displacement
Compression Ratio
Idling Speed
Max. Net Power
Ignition System
Spark Plug
Spark Plug Gap
Lubrication
Transmission
Front Brake
Rear Brake
Fuel Tank Capacity
Full
Reserve
Un usable Reserve
Dimensions
Length
Width
Height
Wheel base
Min. Turning radius
Ground clearance
Engine Number Location
On LH Side Crankcase
Near Gear Change Lever
(Alpha-Numeric - 11 Digits)
1
: 4 stroke, Single cylinder, Natural air
cooled, SI Engine.
: 53.0 mm x 45.0 mm
: 99.27 cc
: 9.5 + 0.5 : 1
: 1300 + 150 rpm
: 6.03kW (8.2Ps) at 7500 rpm
: C.D.I.
: Mico UR3AC or Champion PRZ9HC
: 0.6 to 0.7 mm
: Wet sump, Forced.
: 4 speed constant mesh.
: Mech. expanding shoe type.
: Mech. expanding shoe type.
:
: 10.5 litres
: 2.4 Lit.
: 0.5 Lit.
:
: 1970 mm for Round H.L.
: 1950 mm for Trapezoidal H.L.
:
770 mm
: 1065 mm
: 1235 mm
: 1900 mm
:
150 mm (Min.)
Tyre Size
Front : 2.75-17
Rear : 3.00-17
Tyre Pressure
Front
Rear (Solo)
Rear (Pillion)
Electrical System
Head Lamp
Stop Lamp/Tail Lamp
Turn Signal Lamp
Neutral Indicator Lamp
Hi Beam Indicator Lamp
Turn Pilot Indicator Lamp
Speedometer Lamp
Horn
Battery
Vehicle Kerb Weight
Gross Vehicle Weight
Max. Speed
Climbing Ability
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
1.75 kg/cm2 (24.5 psi)
2.00 kg/cm2 (28 psi)
2.50 kg/cm2 (36 psi)
12 Volts AC + DC
35/35 W
21 W / 5 W
10 W
3W
3W
3W
3 W (2 Nos.)
12 V DC
12 V-2.5 Ah
109 kg.
239 kg.
90 km/hr.
(With single rider 68 kg)
: 25% (140) max.
Note : All dimensions are under UNLADEN condition. Above
information is subject to change.
2
Location of Parts
Location of Parts
3
2
4
1
5
6
1. Speedometer :
The Speedometer pointer shows the speed
of vehicle.
selected with engine running, Hi beam
indicator will be lit. (Symbol is visible under
lit condition).
2. Odometer :
The Odometer shows the total distance
that the vehicle has accumulated.
5. Turn Signal Indicator (LH & RH) :
When Turn signal switch is turned to Left
or Right, Turn pilot indicator will flash.
(Symbol is visible under lit condition).
3. Neutral Indicator :
When the transmission is in Neutral and
Ignition switch ‘ON’, the Neutral indicator
is lit. (Symbol is visible under lit condition).
6. Steering Lock cum Ignition Switch :
Key operated switch for Ignition ON/OFF
& locking handle bar.
4. Hi Beam Indicator :
When Headlight is ‘ON’ and Hi beam is
3
To Lock the Steering : To lock the steering,
turn the handle bar to the left or right. Push
& release the key. Turn the key to “LOCK”
position and remove the key.
Steering cum Ignition Lock :
It has three positions.
LOCK
: Steering locked. Ignition
OFF.
OFF
: Steering unlock. Ignition
OFF.
To Unlock the Steering : To unlock the
steering, insert the key in steering cum
ignition lock & turn it clockwise to “OFF” or
“ON” position.
ON
: Steering unlock. Ignition
ON.
Key : A common key is used for ‘Steering
cum Ignition lock’, ‘Fuel tank cap’ and ‘Side
cover lock’.
4
Location of Parts
Location of Parts
A
D
Fuel Tank
Cap
B
OFF
RES
Fuel Tap
C
ON
Fuel Tank Cap
Fuel Tap
Left Handle Bar Switches
•
Fuel tap lever has following positions.
A. Dipper Switch : When headlight is ON,
High or Low beam can be selected with
the dipper switch. Hi beam indicator light
located on Speedo console will light up
when high beam is selected.
•
To open the fuel tank cap, insert the key
in the lock and turn it clockwise and lift
fuel tank cap.
‘Fuel Tank Cap’ is locked when pushed \
pressed back into the place.
ON
: When fuel level is above Reserve
position.
RES : When fuel level is below Reserve
position.
OFF : When fuel supply is to be cut off.
5
: High Beam
C. Horn Button : (
sounding horn.
) Press horn button for
D. Pass Switch : Press the switch to flash
the head light. It is used to give signal to
vehicles coming from opposite side while
overtaking.
: Low beam
B. Turn Signal Switch : When the turn
signal switch is turned to Left (
) or
Right ( ), the corresponding turn signals
flash on and off. To stop flashing, push
the switch in and release.
6
Location of Parts
Location of Parts
F
B
A
A
Side
Cover
RH
F. Ride Control Switch :
The function of ‘Ride Control’ is to make
rider to sense Economy zone of throttle for
better fuel efficiency. When ‘Ride Control’
is in ‘ON’ position, on opening the throttle,
at particular position one will feel slight
resistance to the rotation of throttle grip.
This indicates the end of fuel Economy
zone. However throttle can be rotated
further to get higher speed. When switch is
in ‘OFF’ position, the resistance to the
throttle rotation is not sensed. Thus there
will be no indication of fuel Economy zone.
Right Handle Bar Switches
E. Head Light Switch : It has 3 positions.
All lamps 'OFF'.
While engine running, Tail lamp, Meter
lamp and Pilot lamp/s ‘ON’.
While engine running, Head lamp, Pilot
lamp, Tail lamp and Meter lamps ‘ON’.
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Removal of Side Cover LH & RH
•
Insert the key into the cover lock (C) and
turn the key clockwise & pull the ‘Side
cover’ LH out from the bottom.
•
Pull ‘Side cover’ from (A) to release Lug
provided on ‘Side cover’ from hole
provided on ‘Frame’.
•
Slide the ‘Side Cover’ forward (towards
the engine) from location (B) to release
slot provided on front side of ‘Side cover’
from bracket with rubber cap provided on
‘Fuel Tank’. Take out ‘Side cover’.
Side
Cover
RH
D
C
E
B
•
Similarly ‘Side cover’ RH can be removed
after removing screw (D).
CAUTION : Remove cover as described
above, otherwise the lugs may break.
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Location of Parts
B
Location of Parts
A
A
Side
Cover
RH
Fitment of Side Cover LH & RH
•
Match slot (B) provided on front side of
‘Side Cover’ with bracket provided on
‘Fuel Tank’ and slide ‘Side cover’
backward (towards Tail lamp).
•
Match Lug (A) provided on rear side of
‘Side cover’ with hole provided on ‘Frame’
and press ‘Side cover’ inside.
•
Match the lock plate of ‘Side cover’
properly with bracket on ‘Chassis’ and
Lock. (For ‘Side cover’ LH).
Battery
Side
Cover
RH
Tool Kit
D
C
•
B
For ‘Side cover’ RH adopt same
procedure and fit the screw (D) properly.
Battery
Tool Kit Location
•
It is located inside the ‘Side Cover’ LH.
•
•
Always maintain electrolyte level in each
cell between upper and lower level lines
by adding distilled water.
It is located below the seat on rear
mudguard.
•
A rubber strap is provided to hold the
tool kit.
CAUTION : Always fit rubber strap to
hold the tool kit.
CAUTION : Fit cover as described
above to ensure proper fitment.
9
10
Location of Parts
How to Ride Your Bike
Depress the clutch lever completely. Kick the
kick lever all the way down to its stop, briskly
a couple of times. Release the clutch lever.
Running IN
Rear Brake
Adjuster
Front Brake
Adjuster
Front Brake Adjustment
Rear Brake Adjustment
For safe riding the brakes must always be
maintained in perfect condition. Brake is
properly adjusted if • The wheel rotates freely when the control
lever is in the resting position.
• The braking action starts after Front brake
lever is pressed by 2-3 mm.
These conditions are obtained by adjusting the
cables by means of adjuster shown in the
figure & minor play adjustments can be done
by adjuster provided near front brake lever.
Rear brake is properly adjusted if •
The wheel rotates freely when the brake
pedal is in the resting position.
• The braking action starts after Brake pedal
is pressed by 20-30 mm.
These conditions are obtained by adjusting the
cables by means of adjuster shown in figure.
WARNING : Both brakes, front and
rear must be maintained in perfect
condition, for road safety.
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Proper running-in is important for the better life
& trouble free performance of the vehicle.
• During first 2000 kms running-in period do
not exceed following speed limits.
Kms
1st
2nd
3rd
0 - 1000
15
30
45
55
1000 - 2000
20
40
60
75
Starting the Engine :
• Keep the fuel tap to ON or RES position.
• Turn ignition switch to ON position.
• Confirm that the vehicle (transmission) is in
neutral.
• If the engine is cold or when starting for first
time, use choke for quick starting. Choke
lever (A) is located on LH side switch.
• Keep the throttle completely closed, and
kick the engine with kick starter lever.
• When the engine is warmed up enough to
idle without using choke, return the choke to
OFF position.
4th
• Always keep the speed below the limits
mentioned in the table.
• Do not race the engine excessively.
• Do not start moving or race the engine
immediately after starting. Run the engine
for a minute at idle speed to give the oil a
chance to work-up into the engine.
A1
Riding the Bike
Before starting the vehicle & with the ignition
key ‘OFF’, adhere to the following first thing
in the morning or after a long period of nonuse (whichever is the case).
A2
12
A
A1 : Choke “OFF”
A2 : Choke “ON”
How to Ride Your Bike
How to Ride Your Bike
A. Gear Shifting Lever
NOTE: When the engine is already warm on
hot days (Higher than 300c), open the throttle
part away instead of using choke, & then start
the engine.
WARNING : When
A
shifting down to
N
lower gear, do not 1
2
shift at such a 3
high speed that 4
engine rpm rises
excessively & which may cause rear
wheel to skid.
Moving Off :
•
•
•
•
Check that Center/Side stand is up.
Depress the clutch lever.
Shift into 1st gear.
Open the throttle and release the clutch
lever slowly and simultaneously.
• As the clutch starts to engage, open the
throttle a little more, giving the engine just
enough rpm to keep it from stalling.
Braking :
• Close the throttle completely, leaving the clutch engaged
(except where shifting gears) so that the engine braking
will help slow down the motorcycle.
• Shift down one gear at a time so that you are in Neutral
when you come to a complete stop.
• When stopping, always apply both brakes at the same
time. De-clutch as necessary to keep engine from stalling.
• Never lock the brakes, or it will cause the tyres to skid.
When cornering, use brakes judiciously & do not declutch. Reduce your speed before you get into the corner.
For emergency braking, disregard downshifting, and
concentrate on applying the brakes as hard as possible
without skidding.
Shifting Gears :
• Close throttle & depress the clutch.
• Shift into next higher or lower gear.
• Open the throttle and release the clutch
lever slowly and simultaneously.
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Stopping the Vehicle :
•
•
•
•
• Travel as light as possible; do not overload
the vehicle above the specified payload.
• Stop the engine quickly at the end of the
journey. Avoid excessive idling. For
intermediate stoppages, cut-off the engine if
you want to stop for more than two minutes.
Close the throttle completely.
Shift the transmission into neutral.
Bring the vehicle to complete stop.
Turn the ignition switch off.
Parking :
Vehicle Maintenance (Ensure Following)
• Shift the transmission into neutral and turn
the ignition switch OFF.
• Support the motorcycle on a firm level
surface with the center or side stand.
CAUTION: Do not park on a soft/steeply
inclined surface or the motorcycle may
fall over.
Fuel Saving Tips
• Drive smoothly & steadily at speed between
40 and 50 km/h .
• Drive at constant speed; avoid sudden
accelerations & harsh braking as far as
possible. Plan your trips properly with
minimum start-stops.
• Change the gear judiciously according to the
speed requirements. Drive as far as possible
in highest gear.
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Fuel
Check fuel lines and connections for
leakage.
Spark plug
Inspect and clean spark plug. Adjust
electrode gap.
Air filter
Clean air filter element periodically.
Engine oil
Check level. Use recommended oil for
top up or refill.
Brakes
Ensure that the brakes are not dragging
/ binding.
Clutch
Ensure correct clutch lever play.
Tyre pressure
Always maintain the recommended tyre
pressure.
Carburettor
Adjust idling speed.
Safe Riding Tips
General Maintenance Information
• Always wear helmets
while driving or riding.
Your helmets should
confirm to appropriate
standards.
consumption, but also for longer life of the
vehicle.
• During rainy season drive the vehicle more
cautiously. Remember vehicles skid more
easily during light showers.
• Read thoroughly the
instructions in this manual and follow them
carefully.
• Drive cautiously. Start early & reach your
destination safely.
• Always carry vehicle registration and
insurance papers, & a valid driving licence
with you.
• Avoid unnecessary accessories for the
safety of both rider and other motorists.
• Get familiar and follow traffic rules and
regulations in your states as well as general
traffic signs.
• Avoid driving on loose sand or stones
where vehicle is likely to skid.
• Properly wrap-up loose clothes while
driving or riding to avoid entangling in
wheel or other objects on road.
• Familiarize yourself well with starting,
acceleration and braking of the vehicle.
• When applying the brakes, use both front
and rear brakes simultaneously. Applying
only one brake may cause the vehicle to
loose control.
• Always concentrate on riding for safety.
Engine Oil
Bajaj Auto recommends engine oil for 5,000
kms drain interval, for better performance of
engine components.
• Check engine oil level every day before
starting the vehicle.
• Always maintain engine oil level between
upper & lower mark provided on cover RH.
Recommended SAE 20W40 of API ‘SL’, JASO
Oil
MA Grade
Engine Oil Level Checking :
• Park the vehicle on level surface on center
stand.
• Check oil level through oil inspection gauge
as shown in photograph. Always maintain
engine oil level between the upper (C) and
lower (D) mark provided on Cover RH.
Replacement
Frequency*
CAUTION : It is important to adhere to
recommended grade & frequency of oil
change for the purpose of long life of
critical engine components. For details
refer Periodic Maintenance chart. Do not
reuse drained oil.
Engine Oil Capacity :
For refill : 900 ml, For engine O/H 1000 ml.
A
B
C
D
A
:
:
:
:
Oil Filler Cap
Oil Level Gauge
Upper Level
Lower Level
Oil Strainer
• Oil strainer is situated inside the clutch
cover.
• Oil Strainer should be cleaned periodically
at Vehicle Dealer/Authorised Service Center.
B
• Riding at proper speed and avoiding
unnecessary acceleration and braking are
important not only for safety and low fuel
C
D
15
1st replacement at 750 Km / 1st
service. Thereafter at every 5000 Km
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General Maintenance Information
General Maintenance Information
Wheel Puncture : Use recommended levers
while removing the Tyre / Tube for puncture
work. This will avoid any damages to the
edges / scratches on paint of the wheel.
• Care should be taken, that the chain
should never run dry.
pressure as mentioned below to increase life
of the tyre & for better fuel consumption.
• Lubricate chain from outside with SAE 90
oil at every 500 kms.
• Chain slackness will have to be adjusted
whenever required.
1.75 Kg/Cm2 (25.0 psi)
2
Rear (Solo)
2.00 Kg/Cm (28.5 psi)
Rear (with Pillion)
2.25 Kg/Cm2 (32.0 psi)
• Remove spark plugs by using plug spanner.
• Clean the spark plugs & adjust the gaps if
incorrect by bending outer electrode
carefully.
Spark Plug Gap : 0.6 to 0.7 mm.
Spark Plug (2 Nos) : Mico UR3AC, Champion
PRZ9HC
• Chain top edge to be kept between two
marks during chain slackness adjustment.
Tyre Pressure : Keep appropriate tyre
Front
Spark Plug
Drive Chain Slackness
Battery : 12V 2.5Ah
• Battery is located inside ‘Side Cover’ LH.
• Always ensure that battery electrolyte level
is in between max & min level marks.
Check & top up battery by distilled water if
electrolyte level is below min level mark.
• Battery life would get adversely affected if
top up with ‘Tap Water’.
• Environment care must be taken to dispose
off used battery. It is always recommended
to hand over the same to the Authorised
battery / Bajaj dealer for proper disposal.
• When battery is found discharged, it is
advised to get it charged immediately.
Rainy Season Care :
• It is suggested to customer to take
appropriate care in area of high rainfall area.
The appropriate surface preventive coat to
avoid rusting/poor surface finish on account
of adverse atmospheric conditions.
• Vehicle cleaning to be done with soft &
clean wet cloth to avoid scratches on
painted parts.
• Clean & lubricate all the important parts as
detailed in a periodic maintenance chart.
• Do not apply direct water jet on painted,
electrical / electronic parts.
• Do not obstruct engine cooling by adding
mud protection sheet from front.
CAUTION : Do not drive/run vehicle in
battery disconnected condition. It may
lead to damage of electrical / electronic
components.
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18
Daily Safety Checks
Non-Use Maintenance
Before riding the motorcycle be sure to check
the following items. Please give proper
importance to these checks and perform all of
them before riding the motorcycle. If any
irregularities are found during these checks,
refer to the Maintenance chapter and see
Authorised Dealer / Service center for the
action required to return the motorcycle to a
safe operating condition.
WARNING : Failure to perform these
checks every day before you ride may
result in serious damage or severe
accident.
What to check
Check for
Fuel
Enough fuel for the planned distance of
operation, no leaks in the fuel lines.
Engine Oil
Oil level between upper & lower marks.
Throttle
1. Correct play in the throttle cable (2 to
3 mm)
2. Smooth operation & positive return
of throttle grip to the closed position.
What to check
Check for
Steering Lock
Correct operation.
Brakes
1. Correct pedal play (20~30 mm).
2. Brake lining wear indicator within
‘USABLE RANGE’.
3. No dragging.
Drive chain
1. Proper slack (30~35 mm).
2. Adequate lubrication.
Lighting
Operation of all lights.
Horn
Correct functions.
Steering
1. Smoothness.
2. No restriction of movement.
3. Not Loose / Tight.
Clutch
1. Correct lever play. (2 to 3 mm).
2. Smooth operation of lever.
Side and
Center Stand
Return to their fully up position.
Tyres
1. Correct pressure.
2. Adequate tread depth.
3. No cracks or cuts.
Correct position.
Mirrors
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Non-use maintenance is necessary if a vehicle
remains off road for a longer duration (more
than 15 days**). The correct & careful non-use
maintenance carried out before storing the
vehicle will prevent the vehicle from rusting
and from such other non-operational damages
like fire hazards.
• Clean the entire vehicle thoroughly.
• Empty the fuel from fuel tank & carburettor
float bowl (if fuel is left in for a longer time,
the fuel will break and gummy substance
could clog the carburettor).
• Remove spark plug and put several drops
of 2T oil into the cylinder. Kick the engine
over slowly a few times to coat the cylinder
wall with oil & install back the spark plug.
• Set the vehicle on a box or a stand so that
both the wheels are raised off the ground.
• Spray oil on all unpainted metal surfaces to
prevent rusting. Avoid getting oil on rubber
parts or brake liners.
• Lubricate the control cables.
• Cover the entire vehicle neatly. Make sure
that the storage area is well ventilated and
free from any source of flames or spark.
• Fill 10% excess air pressure in both
wheels.
** For Battery :
a. Remove battery & keep it on wooden
plank, in properly ventilated area.
b. Before taking the vehicle for use.
• Get the battery recharged from Authorised
Service Center / Battery Dealer.
• Check & correct electrolyte level and apply
petroleum jelly on terminals (applicable to
certain models).
Preparation for regular use after storage :
• Clean the vehicle
• Make sure the spark plug is tight.
• Fill the fuel tank with fuel.
• Change the engine oil.
• Check all the points listed in the Daily
Safety Checks section.
• Check and inflate tyres to the proper tyre
pressure.
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Periodic Maintenance & Lubrication Chart
RECOMMENDED FREQUENCY
Sr. Operation
No.
1.
Periodic Maintenance & Lubrication Chart
Servicing
Kms
1st
2nd
750
5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000
3
Servicing
3
3rd
3
4th
3
5th
3
6th
3
Sr. Operation
No.
7th
3
1st - 750 Kms / 30 Days
2nd onward @5000 Kms
A
A
A
A
A
A
18. Brake lining or pad wear
A
A
A
A
A
A
19. Brake fluid level/Top up/Repl. (If Appl)
4.
Engine oil
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
5.
Oil strainer
CL
CL
CL
CL
CL
CL
CL
CL
Clean at 5000 Kms
21. Caliper piston seal & dust seal (If Appl)
6.
Paper oil filter
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
Replace at every oil change
22. Brake hose pipe
9.
Air filter cover ‘O’ Ring
C, A C, A
CL
CL
R
R
R
10. Fuel cock sediment bowl cleaning
CL
11. Carburettor float bowl cleaning
CL
12. Carburettor rubber duct
CL
C, R
C, A C, A
CL
CL
CL
CL
CL
CL
C
C
C
C
CL
C
R
C
23. Brake cam & pedal pivot pin
24. Steering play
25. Steering stem bearing
C, L, R
Replace at every 20000km
26. All fasteners tightness
CL
Clean at every 10000km
C
Replace at every 20000km
29. Silencer drain hole cleaning
CL
Replace at every 20000km
30. Cylinder head de-carbonising,
valve lapping & Replace valve oil seals
CL
31. Engine air breather tube
R
C, R
C
C, A
C, A
C, A C, A C, A C, A C, A C, A
C
C
15. Clutch lever free play
C, A
C, A
C, A C, A C, A C, A C, A C, A
CL
CL
R
Replace at every 15000km
13. Fuel pipes
21
C
R
CL CL, R
C, R
Clean at every 5000Km
Replace at every 15000km
CL
CL
C, A C, A C, A C, A C, A
R
R
14. Battery electrolyte level
Note - More frequent cleaning may be required when driving in dusty condition.
C
CL
CL
20. Master cyl. cup & dust seal (If Appl)
CL, R
C, A, R C, A
R
R
7th
C, A C, A C, A C, A C, A C, A
A
CL, R
6th
C, A C, A C, A C, A C, A C, A
A
C, A, R C, A
5th
C, A
A
V
4th
C, A
A
Spark plug functioning / Gap (2 nos.)
3rd
C, A
Engine idling speed / CO%
Air cleaner element Clean / Replace
5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000
C, A
Valve tappet clearance
7.
2nd
750
16. Throttle grip play
2.
8.
1st
17. Rear brake pedal free play
3.
Replace at 5000 Kms
RECOMMENDED FREQUENCY
Servicing
Kms
R
Replace at every 30000km
R
Replace at every 30000km
R
Replace at every 30000km
C, R Replace at every 30000km
L
L
L
C, A
C, A C, A C, A C, A C, A C, A
C, T
C, T
C, T C, T C, T C, T C, T C, T
27. Rear sprocket fasteners
C, T
C, T
C, T C, T C, T C, T C, T C, T
28. Rear wheel rubber shock damper
C, R
32. Drive chain slackness adjustment
& lubrication
C, A
CL, R Replace at every 15000km
C,L,R
C,L,R
C, R
CL
CL
CL
C,L,R
C, R
CL
CL
CL
C, R Replace at every 10000km
CL
CL
CL
R
Clean at every 5000km
Clean at every 15000km
Replace at every 20000km
C, A, L C,A,L C,A,L C,A,L C,A,L C,A,L C,A,L C,A,L Lubricate at every 500km
A-slackness whenever reqd.
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Periodic Maintenance & Lubrication Chart
Sr. Operation
No.
33. Drive chain ‘O’ ring type (If applicable)
34. Drive chain remove, clean, inspect'
& lubricate (O/H)
35. Drive chain link lock
1st
2nd
750
5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000
L
3rd
CL, L
R
R
37. Tyre tread wear
C, R
4th
5th
6th
7th
At every 500 Kms
CL, L
C, L
38. Front fork oil
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
RECOMMENDED FREQUENCY
Servicing
Kms
36. Wheel brg (for non sealed brgs only)
39. Auto choke, Thermal sensor (If Appl)
Jobs to be Carried out during Pre-Delivery Inspection
CL, L
CL, L At every 10000km
R
R
C, L
Replace at every 10000km
At every 20000km
C, R C, R C, R C, R C, R At every 5000kms i.e. at
every service after 2nd ser.
R
R
Replace at every 20000km
C, A
C, A
C, A C, A C, A C, A C, A C, A At every 5000km
C, A
C, A C, A C, A C, A C, A C, A C, A At every 5000km
40. TPS (If Appl)
C, A
41. RSA - Check gas pressure (If Appl)
C, A
42. Starter cl. bush kit for dry type (If Appl)
CL, R
43. Clutch switch cleaning (If Appl)
CL
44. General lubrication
L
45. Swing arm pivot pin lubrication
L
46. Eng foundation silent bush (If applicable)
R
C, A
C, A At every 20000km
CL, R
CL
L
L
L
CL,R (If applicable)
CL
L
L
CL
L
L
L
R
Lubricate at every 20000km
R
Replace at every 15000km
C : Check, A : Adjust, CL : Clean, R : Replace, T : Tighten, L : Lubricate
Note : Periodic parts / lubricants to be replaced as per Periodic Maintenance and Lubrication Chart are mandatory and
the same are chargeable to customer.
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21.
22.
Fill adequate petrol into petrol tank for proper flow of petrol to the carburettor.
Check all locks, P.T. cap, ignition switch, steering lock, Side cover.
Check for smooth operation for fuel cock.
Check engine oil level and top up if required.
Check all controls for proper free play and function :- Accelerator, clutch lever, front brake lever,
rear brake pedal / lever, choke lever. (As applicable to certain model).
Check gear shifter lever for proper position and working.
Inspect rear shock absorber for proper setting & correct if required. (As applicable to certain model).
Check / Adjust chain slackness appropriately. Lubricate if required.
Check brakes and adjust if required.
Check and top up brake fluid level. (As applicable to certain model).
Check and adjust tyre air pressure to the recommended value.
Check battery terminal voltage, specific gravity, electrolyte level. Charge the battery if required.
Check connection at terminal, starter relay and apply petroleum jelly on terminals if required.
Check and adjust steering freeness.
Check front mudguard alignment w.r.t. front wheel.
Check all important nuts and bolts for proper torque and tightness.
Fit all O.E. accessories like mirror, leg guard etc. (As applicable to certain model).
Start vehicle, check idling and CO%.
Check all switches, meters, horn and lights for proper functioning.
Test drive the vehicle.
Check for oil leakage and rectify if any.
Repair for any other defects seen or observed during the test drive before cleaning the vehicle.
Clean the vehicle / washing before delivery.
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Use only Bajaj Genuine Parts
Wash the vehicle.
Change / Top up engine oil as per periodic maintenance schedule.
Clean air filter element. (Replace element at every 15,000 kms).
Check all fuel lines. (Replace fuel pipes at every 20,000 kms).
Clean oil strainer / centrifugal filter as per periodic maintenance schedule. (Replace, if required).
Clean fuel cock sediment bowl.
Drain carburettor / clean float bowl as per periodic maintenance schedule.
Clean, Check & Adjust spark plug gap. (Replace at every 15,000 kms).
Replace carburetor duct, & Air filter ‘O’ ring at every 20,000 kms.
Check & adjust valve clearance (if required). Decarbonize cylinder head at every 15,000 kms.
Adjust chain slackness. Lubricate chain. Replace kit chain lock at every 10,000 kms.
Replace rear wheel rubber damper at every 10,000 kms. (if required)
Replace engine air breather tube at every 20,000 kms.
Clean silencer drain hole at every 5,000 kms.
Check brake lining & pad wear and adjust brakes. Replace at every 15,000 kms. (if required)
Brake cam & pin lubricate at every 15,000 kms.
Replace master cyl. cup & dust seal, caliper piston seal & dust seal, brake hose pipe at every 30,000km. (If applicable)
Check and top up brake fluid level. Replace brake fluid at every 30000 kms. (If applicable)
Check and adjust steering freeness. Replace steering cone kit at 10000 kms.
Replace fork oil at every 20000 kms.
Clean clutch switch at every 10000 kms. (If applicable)
Check & adjust clutch, accelerator.
Replace starter clutch bush kit at every 15000 kms. (If applicable)
Replace engine foundation silent bush at every 15000 kms. (If applicable)
Check & tight nuts, bolts & fasteners to the recommended torque.
Lubricate specific points as per lubrication schedule, swing arm pivot pin at 20,000 Kms.
Check batt. voltage, electrolyte level & top up if reqd. with distilled water. Route cables & fit terminal caps properly, Clean terminals & apply petroleum jelly.
Start engine, check & adjust horn & all lights, TPS, auto choke, thermal sensor. (If applicable)
Check idling and CO%. Tune engine & carburetor if required.
Rear shocker gas pressure at every 20,000 kms. for proper functioning. (If applicable)
Carry out any additional work if required.
Check tyre wear & inflate air pressure in the tyre.
Test ride the vehicle.
Clean the vehicle at the time of delivery.
Note : Above jobs are applicable as per Periodic Maintenance Schedule.
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For optimum performance
of vehicle
For prolonged life of
components & vehicle
Always
For economical
maintenance cost
Insist
on
For rider's safety
Genuinity Test
Scratch Hologram to find ‘Genuine’
Patrial transparent Hologram
Bajaj Auto Limited
Akurdi Pune 411 035 India
Genuine
Applicable to All Paid Services
03100802
CLUTCH BOX
P0001
PACKAGING MONTH
MAY 2003
QTY. 1 NO.
M.R.P. (Incl. of All Taxes) in Rs. for Qty. packed
IN ASSAM, KARNATAKA, MANIPUR, M.P.,
NAGALAND, U.P.,
& UTTARANCHAL IN OTHER STATES
57.43
55.58
Price Label
Golden Hologram
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