Front BrakeNoise in Reverse

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Filed Under (Toyota Manuals) by admin on 23-10-2011

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2007-2008 FJ Cruiser Drive Type(s): 4WD VDS(s): BU11F 2007-2008 FJ Cruiser Drive Type(s): 2WD VDS(s): ZU11F Introduction Some customers ma yexperiencefront brake noise when driving the vehicle in reverse and applying the brake pedal. The noise will typically occur when backing out ofaparkingspace after the vehicle has been stopped f or an extended period of time. Updated front brake rotors and brake pad shim grease are now available to improve this condition. Use the following repair procedures to address customer concerns. Production Change Information This TSBappliesto vehicles produced BEFORE the Production Change Effective VINs shown below

Celica GT-S Front Big Brake Upgrade Installation Instructions

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Filed Under (Toyota Manuals) by admin on 06-06-2011

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The most common causes of brake vibration are run-out and thickness variations on the rotor. Double disc
grinding insures the rotor run-out is within +/- 0.002” when installed on our aluminum hat. Thickness variation is within 0.0003”. Under the most extreme conditions, any rotor may warp. Thickness variation will never change, though pad material may get deposited on one spot of the rotor if a foot is left on the brake pedal after coming to a complete stop when the system is hot. This deposited material will induce a vibration, and if sever enough, can only be cured by replacing the rotor. Not following proper break-in procedures for the rotor and pads may also cause pad deposits on the rotor. STOPTECH is not liable for vibrations caused by extreme usage or improper break-in procedures. rake Noise Certain brake pad compounds make more noise than others. Proper anti-squeal shim plates between the caliper pistons and backing plate of the pad help reduce the problem. Anti-squeal lubricants are also available to reduce some of the noise. The reality is, performance pads are more prone to brake squeal

HARLEY DAVIDSON REPLACEMENT BRAKE PAD/PASTE KIT

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Filed Under (Harley Davidson) by admin on 26-03-2011

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REMOVAL Direct contact of D.O.T. 4 brake fluid with eyes can cause irritation. Avoid eye contact. In case of eye contact flush with large amounts of water and get medical attention. Swallowing large amounts of D.O.T. 4 brake fluid can cause digestive discomfort. If swallowed, obtain medical attention. Use in well ventilated area. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. (00240a) D.O.T. 4 brake fluid will damage painted and body panel surfaces it comes in contact with. Always use caution and protect surfaces from spills whenever brake work is performed. Failure to comply can result in cosmetic damage. (00239b) 1. Remove the brake caliper and pad following the instructions in the service manual. Discard pin and clip. For Kit 41852-08A: Discard brake pads. INSTALLATION Always replace brake pads in complete sets for correct and safe brake operation. Improper brake operation could result in death or serious injury. (00111a) Prepare the Replacement Brake Pads 1. Remove paper backing from the mask. 2. See Figure 2. Carefully align and apply the mask (1) to the non-friction side of the brake pad (Figure 1, Item 2). NOTES Gloves are recommended when applying the brake pad paste to keep hands clean. 3. See Figure 4. Apply paste (6) in the mask holes until the holes are filled with paste. NOTE To prevent brake paste from transferring to other surfaces, do not apply paste thicker than specified. 4. See Figure 3. Wipe away excess paste with scraper (1) until the paste is the same thickness as the mask (2)

HARLEY DAVIDSON SKULL BRAKE PEDAL PAD KITS INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

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Filed Under (Harley Davidson) by admin on 10-02-2011

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Installation 1. Remove previously installed brake pedal cover from motorcycle. 2. Position new brake pedal chrome cover (1) over brake pedal pad (2). Large Brake Pedal 3. Align assembled brake pad (items 1, 2, and 5) from kit to brake pedal and insert and tighten screw (4) through the washer (3), and into the chrome cover (1). 4. Tighten screw to 19 ft-lbs (26 Nm). Small Brake Pedal 5. Align and install new cover and pad. Insert screw (4) through the washer (3), brake pedal and into brake pedal pad (2). 6. Insert the screw (4) and washer (3) into the chrome cover. 7. Tighten screw to 33 in-lbs (2.5 Nm)

HONDA NRX RUNE CALIPER COVERS INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

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Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 29-01-2011

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1. Starting on the right side hold the cover in place over the brake caliper. See photo (1), note how the spring when installed wraps around the bleeder screw (1A) at the front of the cover. See photo (2), note how the spring at the rear of the cover is routed behind the brake pad retaining pin. Using one of the springs supplied hook both ends of the spring into the holes at the front edge of the cover. Clean the face of the caliper (area marked “Nissin”) with rubbing alcohol. Peel the backing from the adhesive tape on the inside of the cover. Carefully position the cover in place aligning it with the suspension arm and being sure it is seated flat against the caliper. Press firmly to secure the tape to the caliper. Next stretch the spring over the bleeder as shown in photo (1A). At the rear of the cover route the spring behind the brake pad retaining pin as shown in photo (2A). Hook the spring into the upper hole then using a piece of fine wire or string (dental floss works good) hook onto the open end of the spring as shown in photo (3). Pull the hook into the hole in the cover. Remove the wire or string. Check again to see that the cover is seated on the caliper and that the springs are secure and not interfering with the moving parts of the brakes. 2. Repeat on the left side caliper. Rear Caliper Cover 1. Set the cover in place over the caliper. Notice that you need to hook the top of the cover over the caliper and the location of the two small spring holes at the front and back of the cover. The long spring supplied will attach to the front hole, pass between the caliper housing and the backside of the brake pad, then attach to the rear hole

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HONDA PHANTOM OWNER'S MANUAL

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Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 01-12-2010

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MOTORCYCLE SAFETY 1 Safe Riding Rules 2 Protective Apparel 2 Modifications 3 Loading and Accessories 6 PARTS LOCATION 9 Instruments and Indicators 11 MAJOR COMPONENTS (Information you need to operate this motorcycle) 11 Suspension 12 Brakes 16 Clutch 18 Fuel 22 Engine Oil 23 Tubeless Tyres 26 ESSENTIAL INDIVIDUAL MPONENTS 26 Ignition Switch 27 Right Handlebar Controls 28 Left Handlebar Controls FEATURES (Not required for operation) 29 Steering Lock 30 Helmet Holder 31 Side Cover 32 Document Compartment 33 Seat 34 Headlight Aim Vertical Adjustment 35 OPERATION 35 Pre-ride Inspection 36 Starting the Engine 39 Running-in 40 Riding 42 Braking 43 Parking 43 Anti-theft Tips MAINTENANCE 44 MAINTENANCE 45 Maintenance Schedule 48 Tool Kit 49 Serial Numbers 50 Maintenance Precautions 51 Air Cleaner 52 Crankcase Breather 53 Engine Oil 56 Spark Plugs 58 Throttle Operation 59 Idle Speed 60 Drive Chain 66 Front and Rear Suspension Inspection 66 Side Stand Page 67 Brake Pad Wear 69 Wheel Removal 74 Battery 77 Fuse Replacement 79 Stoplight Switch Adjustment 80 Bulb Replacement 84 CLEANING 86 STORAGE GUIDE 86 Storage 88 Removal From Storage 89 SPECIFICATIONS 92 CATALYTIC CONVERTER MOTORCYCLE SAFETY

Skyteam ST 125 SPECIFICATIONS AND SERVICE MANUAL

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Filed Under (Skyteam) by admin on 24-11-2010

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BRAKES This motorcycle has a hydraulic brake system of front and rear . Brakes are items of personal safety and should be properly adjusted. Remember to check periodically the brake system and these checks should be conducted by qualified Jincheng dealer. Do not use the remained brake fluid from on a unsealed container, never reuse the brake fluid remained in the last repairing, because the used brake fluid may absorb the water from the air. Use DOT 4 brake fluid from a sealed container. Do not spill out the brake fluid, when the brake fluid is glued to the paint, plastic and rubber material, a chemical reaction shall take place, causing the damage. (1)lower level mark Front brake Rear brake BRAKE FLUID (1) (2) (3) (1) (1)Brake fluid cap (2)Max. fluid level mark (3)Min. fluid level mark Brake fluid may cause irritation. Avoid contact with skin or eyes. In case of contact, flush thoroughly with water and call a doctor if your eyes were exposed NOTICE WARINING * 9 BRAKE LINING The main points for checking the front brake lining are to see whether the lining wear is out of the range. Replace the brake lining wear is out of the range. Replace the brake lining if the lining wear is beyond the brake wear limit mark. FRONT BRAKE FLUID LEVEL Check that the fluid level is above the lower level mark(1) with the motorcycle in an upright position. Brake fluid must be added to the reservoir when ever the fluid level begins to reach the lower level mark(1). Fill the reservoir up to upper level mark. REAR BRAKE FLUID LEVEL There are two marks in rear brake fluid cap,keep the fluid lever between the Max. fluid level mark (2) and the Min. fluid level mark (3) always. Check if it is short of brake fluid, check the hose and other components for corrosion or cracks. limit mark Brake Pad Front brake Rear brake If the brake system or brake linings have to be repaired, we suggest that these repair should be performed by your authorized SKYTEAM dealer. SKYTEAM dealer knows your motorcycle best and is dedicated to your complete satisfaction

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BMW K 1100 LT/ RS Repair Manual

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Filed Under (BMW) by admin on 12-11-2010

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Renewing fuel filter Inspection III • If necessary, reduce fuel level with pump until filter is clear. • Loosen hose clip (1) and shift towards filter. • Detach line and remove filter together with line from the fuel tank. • Change fuel filter. L Note: Note direction of fuel flow on filter. • Reconnect line to pump. • Install in the reverse order of removal. L Note: Gasket (2) must not close off the overflow hole. Ensure recesses (arrows) in gasket are fitted in correct position. Cleaning inductive pulse generator at rear wheel drive Inspections I, III, IV • Release securing screw (1). • If necessary lever out inductive pulse generator and clean with rag. X Tightening torque: Inductive pulse generator at rear wheel……. 2.5 Nm LT000070 1 2 LT000080 1
00.14 Checking brake pads, brake discs for wear and renewing if necessary Inspection II, III Front wheel brake • Remove rear section of mudguard. • Remove brake caliper. L Note: It is not necessary to release the brake line at the brake caliper if only the brake pads are to be changed. • Drive out retaining pin (1). • Remove brake pads by pulling in downward direction. e Caution: The brake pad thickness (arrows) must not drop below the minimum specified value. Change pads only as complete sets. Min. pad thickness on carrier plate….1.5 mm (0.06 in) • Install in the reverse order of removal. L Note: Before installing the brake caliper, completely press back pistons with resetting tool (1), BMW No. 341500 . • Measure thickness of brake disc with a microm- eter. Wear limit…………………………………………….4.5 mm Rear wheel brake • Lever off cap from brake caliper. • Remove brake caliper. • Drive out retaining pins (1) from wheel side. • Remove brake pads by pulling upward. • Install in the reverse order of removal.