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Yamaha Virago Factory Service Manual

yamaha xv1100 virago 1981 1999 service repair factory manual

If the fuel reserve switch failed either of the tests. Check for correct oil level Figure 9 ;. Remove the engine from the frame as described in this chapter. You will do a better cooling and set at a 75° angle; the cylinders fire on job with this information fresh in your mind. Increase the engine to be burned. The left-hand bearing has a groove in the outer race; the right-hand bearing does not. Remove the clamps securing electrical cables to the handlebar.

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Yamaha Virago Manual

yamaha xv1100 virago 1981 1999 service repair factory manual

Refer to Figure 51 and Figure 68 for correct placement of the gears. Install the locating pin Figure 33 into the end 27. Remove the main nozzle Figure 15. Clean all parts in solvent. The 1981-1987 models are equipped with one 11. Replace the neutral switch if it does not perform not as specified.

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Yamaha XV1100 XV 1100 Virago 1981

yamaha xv1100 virago 1981 1999 service repair factory manual

Start with the front carburetor. If any of these conditions exist, replace the pads as described in Chapter Ten. Remove the bulb from the connector and install 4. Check the crankcases for cracks or other damage. Place the bike on the centerstand. Starting circuit cutoff relay 11.

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Yamaha Virago Factory Service Manual

yamaha xv1100 virago 1981 1999 service repair factory manual

Every Clymer motorcycle service manual is written for the do-it-yourselfer as well as the experienced mechanic, Clymer motorcycle repair manuals are the cheapest way to keep your motorcycle running properly. Place a dnp pan under the crankcase and remove the dram plug Figure 18. Repair the shorted wire s or replace the alternator assembly. Tighten the bolts to the torque specifi- cations in Table 2. If the spindle is bent or damaged in any way, it must be replaced. Fill the fork tube with the recommended oil Ta- ble 4 in the correct amount Table 5.

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YAMAHA XV700

yamaha xv1100 virago 1981 1999 service repair factory manual

Tools To perform a tune-up on your Yamaha, you will need the following tools: a. Specifications Table 1 and tightening torques Table 2 are at the end of the chapter. Clean the pad recess and the end of the piston with a soft brush. No voltage: Check all fuel pump electrical controller as described later in this chapter. Remove the washer Figure 18 and clutch housing Figure 19. If the screen is damaged in any area, replace the strainer.

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YAMAHA VIRAGO 1100 XV1100 Workshop Service Repair Manual

yamaha xv1100 virago 1981 1999 service repair factory manual

Make a cone of stiff paper and tape it to the end of the cable sheath Figure 41. Remove the outer bolt that secures the front cylin- der intake manifold and slide the intake manifold out. Installation of the bearings is made easier by first placing the bearings in a freezer for ap- proximately 30 minutes. To adjust, turn the damping adjuster Figure 6 by hand to the desired setting. Remove the screw and metal retainer B Figure 23.

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YAMAHA XV700

yamaha xv1100 virago 1981 1999 service repair factory manual

Diode test Sidestand switch test 1. Installation is the reverse of these steps. The hose clamp arms must face downwards. Install replacement of the damaged part. The wheel bearings should be cleaned and 3.

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YAMAHA XV700

yamaha xv1100 virago 1981 1999 service repair factory manual

Remove the air filter assembly bolts and remove the air filter assembly. Tread depth indicators appear across the tire when tread reaches minimum safe depth. Place the motorcycle on its centerstand and re- 1. Always use the same brand name; do not intermix the brake fluids, as many brands are not compatible. Remove the damaged spoke from the hub and use it to match a new spoke of identical length. Withdraw the shift fork shafts and shift forks from both transmission shafts as described in this chapter. The hose clamp arms must face inside.

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