TOYOTA All Models with Wheel Film WHEEL FILM FOR BRAKE ROTOR RUST PREVENTION

0

Filed Under (Toyota Manuals) by admin on 21-10-2011

download
Firmly hold the outer end of the wheel film to pull it off. NOTE: If film adhesive residue is found on the disc wheel, remove it with a soft cloth dipped in ethyl alcohol (ethanol). Do not use thinner to remove the adhesive residue. When the wheel film is removed below an ambient temperature of 0C (32F), it is possible that the film may tear. For ease of film removal in cold conditions, please warm the film above 0C (32F) using one of the following methods: -Splash (hot) water on the wheel film. -Warm wheel film with cotton cloth soaked in hot water. -Warm wheel film with heat gun. Be sure not to overheat the film and wheel. -Warm wheel film by infrared heater (lamp) for paint. Be sure not to overheat the film and wheel. -Warm wheel film by steam car wash. -Park vehicle indoors (e.g. garage, etc.) for an extended period of time

HARLEY DAVIDSON BILLET SHIFTER PEG INSTALLATION MANUAL

0

Filed Under (Harley Davidson) by admin on 19-04-2011

download
Kit Contents See Figure 1 and Table 1. INSTALLATION 1. Remove and discard the original equipment shifter peg. If needed, use a heat gun to apply heat to the shift lever and shifter peg threads to aid in peg removal. 2. See Figure 1. Insert the screw through the peg into the shift lever. Tighten the screw to 11-15 ft-lbs (15-20 Nm) . -J04379 1 of 2 SERVICE PARTS 1 2 B C 1 2 3 1 2 3 A is05070 Figure 1. Service Parts: Billet Shifter Peg Kits Table 1. Service Parts Table Part Number Description (Quantity) Item A – Kit 49256-99 3396 Screw, 5/16-24 x 2.25 socket head cap, lockpatch 1 Not Sold Separately Shifter peg 2 11306 Rubber (4) 3 B – Kit 49254-99 3396 Screw, 5/16-24 x 2.25 socket head cap, lockpatch 1 Not Sold Separately Shifter peg 2 11306 Rubber (4) 3 C – Kit 49238-98 3396 Screw, 5/16-24 x 2.25 socket head cap, lockpatch 1 Not Sold Separately Shifter peg 2

Incoming search terms:

2001 Honda GL1800 Oxygen Sensor Replacement Manual

0

Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 05-04-2011

download
REPAIR PROCEDURE 1. Remove the top shelter (see page 2-10 in the Service Manual). 2. Remove the left and right O 2 sensors from the exhaust pipes. • You do not have to remove the exhaust pipes to remove the O 2 sensors. • Be sure to note the wire routing for proper reassembly. 3. Install the new O 2 sensors and route the wires properly (see pages 1-33 and 1-34 in the 2001- Service Manual). 4. Connect the black 4P female coupler of the sub- harness kit to the wire harness side black 4P male coupler (for the left-side O 2 sensor). 5. Connect the new left O 2 sensor to the black 4P coupler on the sub-harness. 6. Route the sub-harness from left to right, across the front edge of the fuel tank and secure it with the clip on the cruise actuator 7. Cut off the right 4P male O 2 sensor coupler (on the wire harness side). 8. Install a PVC cap onto the end of the Black/yellow wire and Green/red wire (these are the wires that were connected to the coupler that was removed in step 7). Fold each cap back and tape it securely to its wire; these wires are no longer used. • Do not cut the wires off, just tape them back. • The tape is supplied in the replacement kit. 9. Strip the ends of the White and Black/red wires (which were connected to the coupler that was removed in step 7) on the wire harness side and the 2P coupler on the sub-harness. Install a heat shrink tube on each wire of the sub harness. 10. Twist the ends of the White and Black/red wires of the sub-harness 2P coupler to the White and Black/red wires of the main harness. 11. Solder the wires using the solder from the kit. 12. Use a heat gun to secure the heat-shrink tubing over the soldered wires. 13. Connect the right O 2 sensor coupler to the white 4P male coupler on the sub harness.

ULTIMA ELECTRONIC WIRING SYSTEM INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

0

Filed Under (Tips and Review) by admin on 03-03-2011

download
1. Find a mounting location for control box. The box is designed to be mounted to the top frame rail between split tanks, but can be mounted in a wide variety of places. If possible the box should be fastened using small screws or rivets but can be wire tied in place. Make sure the location is away from moving parts and heat sources. 2. Pre-fit harness to bike. Attach rear harness to control box. Each wire is color coded and labeled. Route individual wires to their destinations and do not cut to length. Keep wires in a bunch until they need to branch off. Use electrical tape to hold main wire bunch wherever individual or multiple wires branch off. Keep wires away from sharp edges or pinch points and leave extra wire for suspension movement. Repeat this for front and right/left harnesses. All wires not being used should be cut off at connector or secured to prevent shorts. When all wires are routed, cut excess length from ends leaving a couple extra inches for final fitment. 3 Remove pre-fitted harness from bike to install heat shrink tubing. Start at main connector and cut tubing approximately 1 inch past first branch. This will allow the next piece of tubing to slide into the first. Repeat this along entire harness. After encasing harness with heat shrink, use a heat gun to shrink tubing starting at main connectors. Be careful to not burn through the tubing with too much heat. Refit the harness to the bike, attaching to frame where necessary. Cut the ends of harness to length and strip the ends. Attach the terminals to the wire ends and use heat gun to shrink ends. Attach terminals to their destinations. 4. The diagnostic LED’s are used to locate shorts or overloads. Pinched or bare wires, faulty components or too much current draw usually causes these. If an LED is on, turn off the bike, locate and correct the problem, then turn the bike back on. The bike must be turned off to reset the protection circuit. If no LED’s are lit, but turn signals and dash lights do not work properly, make sure the control box main ground has a good connection to the chassis ground. 5. The control box operates the turn signals as listed: First command – flash 10 times then cancel Second command on same side – cancel Second command opposite side – cancel current sequence, flash 10 times then cancel Both sides at same time – hazard, all signals flash Brake switch – flash rear signals three times then stay on for 30 seconds

HARLEY DAVIDSON WHEEL BEARING REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION TOOL

0

Filed Under (Harley Davidson) by admin on 19-02-2011

download
BEARING REMOVAL 1. Place the wheel vertically in a vise and protect the rim from being marred. NOTE See Figure 1 for the tool lubrication locations before using. 2. Assemble the remover tool. a. Install wheel bearing puller (1), (2) or (16) depending on the bearing I.D. See the service parts table for the size reference. Install the wheel bearing puller into the bearing by hand or use a rubber mallet ( not a hard-faced hammer) to push through the bearing I.D. Stop pushing on the bearing puller as soon as it has cleared the inside of the bearing race. There will be a slight click. b. Place main body puller (3) over bearing puller with the fingers of main body puller facing the wheel. Lightly oil all threads. c. Place the large brass washer (10) and nut (13) onto the puller and hand-tighten the nut until it stops at the top face of the bridge. 3. Remove the front wheel bearings. a. Apply a small amount of oil to the taper at the hex end of the expander dowel. Insert the expander dowel (7) through the other side of wheel bearings, and through the bearing puller. b. Install the washer (15 and nut (14) to the expander dowel and torque to 100 in-lbs (11.3 Nm) with a 11/16 inch wrench or socket while holding the other side of the expander dowel by reaching the opposite side of the wheel with a 3/8 inch hex key. c. Align the main body puller support fingers centered over the bearing to be removed. If main body puller will be directly on a finished chrome surface, protect the surface area. d. If resistance is felt with a torque wrench set at 40 ft- lbs (54.2 Nm) of torque, you will need to apply heat to the hub area surrounding the bearing. Prior to applying heat, place 2 to 3 temperature stickers (P/N 94146-10) around the circumference of the hub. Apply indirect heat using a heat gun. Do not exceed 210°F. With a 1-1/8 inch socket and torque wrench, turn the nut (13) until the bearing is pulled free from the wheel hub. e. Using a 3/8 in. hex key on an extension and torque wrench set on the expander dowel (7) and a 1-1/8 inch wrench. Turn the nut (13) until the bearing is free of the wheel hub. 4. Remove the wheel bearing spacer from the I.D. of the wheel hub. 5. Repeat steps 1 through 4 for the opposite bearing. NOTE Remove rear wheel belt sprocket before removing the bearings. 6. Rear wheel bearing removal is the same as steps 1 through 4 by using the correct size wheel bearing puller

Incoming search terms:

HARLEY DAVIDSON FLAME SHIFTER PEG/ HEEL REST PAD KITS INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

0

Filed Under (Harley Davidson) by admin on 06-02-2011

download
INSTALLATION NOTE A Service Manual for your motorcycle is available at your Harley-Davidson Dealer. To enhance the flame pattern, orient the pegs as shown in Figure 1. 1. If replacing shifter peg, remove and discard existing shifter peg. If needed, apply heat with a heat gun to shift lever threads and threads on shifter peg to aid peg removal. If installing heel rest pads, proceed to Step 3. 2. See Figure 1. Using screw (6), attach shifter peg casting (1, 2) to shift lever. Tighten screw to 16.3-19 Nm (12-14 ft-lbs). NOTE Screw (6) has a lock patch to prevent loosening. 3. To install heel rest pads, perform Step 2 to attach the heel rest to the right or left heel rest lever

HARLEY DAVIDSON CHROME OIL COOLER COVER KIT INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

0

Filed Under (Harley Davidson) by admin on 03-02-2011

download
INSTALLATION 6 2 1 3 5 4 is04287a 1. Oil Cooler 2. Guard 3. Stock Washer 4. Stock Nut 5. Mounting Bracket 6. Area to Apply Heat Figure 1. Oil Cooler Preparation Be sure to follow manufacturer’s instructions when using the Robinair Heat Gun or any other radiant heating device. Failure to follow manufacturer’s instructions can cause a fire, which could result in death or serious injury. (00379a) 1. See Figure 1. Remove the oil cooler guard (2) from the oil cooler (1) by using the Heat Gun (or equivalent) to apply heat to the top surface. Pull the guard away from the oil cooler and discard. 2. Remove and discard the three locknuts (4) and flat washers (3) fastening the oil cooler to the mounting bracket (5). 3. Raise the oil cooler slightly to separate the studs on the underside of the oil cooler from the mounting bracket. 4. See Figure 2. Place the oil cooler cover (1) onto the oil cooler studs, between the oil cooler and the mounting bracket. 5. Lower the oil cooler and cover into the holes in the mounting bracket. 6. Place a new flat washer and locknut from the kit onto each stud. Line the oil cooler cover up squarely against the oil cooler, and tighten the locknuts to 80-100 in-lbs (9.1-12.4 Nm) . SERVICE PARTS

HARLEY DAVIDSON SKULL SHIFTER PEG/ HEEL REST PAD KITS INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

0

Filed Under (Harley Davidson) by admin on 01-02-2011

download
Models Shifter Peg Kit, Part Number 34689-04 is designed for installation on all model Harley-Davidson motorcycles. Heel Rest Pad Kit, Part Number 34699-04 is designed for installation on all models equipped with a Heel Rest Kit, Part Number 50227-01 or 50236-01. INSTALLATION Shifter Peg 1. Remove and discard the original equipment shifter peg. If needed, use a heat gun to apply heat to the shift lever and shifter peg threads to aid in peg removal. 2. See Figure 1. Using the screw (5), attach the peg (1) and tread (3) assembly to the shift lever. Tighten the screw to 12-14 ft-lbs (16.3-19 Nm). Heel Rests NOTE The chrome heel rest covers are side-specific. For best appearance, install so the HARLEY-DAVIDSON text is above the skull, and the MOTORCYCLES text below . 1. See Figure 1. Using the screws (5), attach the left-side heel rest (1) and tread (3) assembly to the left-side heel rest lever. Tighten the screw to 12-14 ft-lbs (16.3-19 Nm). 2. Repeat for the right-side heel rest (2) and tread assembly

HARLEY DAVIDSON FL REPLACEMENT WIND DEFLECTOR INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

0

Filed Under (Harley Davidson) by admin on 30-01-2011

download
1. Remove the stock windshield. 2. Remove all hardware that secures the mounting brackets to the windshield. The nine screws that must be removed require a T-27 TORX screwdriver. Save all hardware and brackets for installing the new windshield. 3. Remove all old tape from the brackets. Apply tapefrom kit to areas of the new windshield that had tape on the stock windshield. NOTE Using a radiant heat gun on low, will aid in removing the brackets from the windshield. Do not over tighten fasteners in the next step. Over tightening can crack the windshield. 4. Install all brackets and tighten all screws and acorn nuts to 4-5 ft-lbs (0.5-0.6 Nm). 5. Install the windshield on the motorcycle. NOTE See the next page for important care and cleaning instructions.

HARLEY DAVIDSON CUSTOM SHIFTER PEG KIT INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

0

Filed Under (Harley Davidson) by admin on 29-01-2011

download
Service Manual for your model motorcycle is available from a Harley-Davidson Dealer. Kit Contents See Figure 1 and Table 1. INSTALLATION 1. Remove and discard previously installed shifter peg from motorcycle. If needed, use a heat gun to apply heat to the shift lever and shifter peg threads to aid in peg removal. 2. See Figure 1. Insert the screw through the peg, tread, spacer (if required) into the shift lever. Tighten screw to 11-15 ft-lbs (15-20 Nm)