From air filter, transmission, brake and cooling system, engine, exhaust to steering and suspension, tyre rotation, valves, lights, electric diagrams and so on. All these guides for car repairing that we provide for this small price will help you to quickly understand all the particularities of construction, repair and design of your car. Removal and Installation of Engine, Drive Train and Gearshift Unit Remove Bolt 2 and Nut 2 of upper engine hanger. Worn piston ring Replace 3. Weakened spring results in reduced engine power output and chattering noise from valve mechanism. No need to go through hundreds of book stores searching for the necessary instructions or manuals for independent car repair.
Reverse the removal procedure for installation. Pull bumper cap out from the end of bumper. Breather Hose, Reservoir Tank 5. Measure the spring free length. Front Wheel, Front Brake, Suspension, Steering Special tools Rod, bearing remover Head 10mm, bearing remover Handle A , Driving Tool Sleeve, Driving Tool 28x30 Guide tool 10mm Locknut spanner Bearing remover set Rotor puller Remover shaft Remover hammer Assembling tool shaft Troubleshooting Wheel Cannot Turn Freely Steering bearing is damaged or worn.
Before checking the initial engagement and clutch lock-up two inspection checks must be performed to thoroughly check the operation of the drive train. Worn rocker arm or camshaft Replace Noise from Piston 1. Check with a densimeter if the coolant density adapts to the local temperature. Cooling and Lubrication System Remove clamps and water hoses Release bolts and remove water pump Remove O-ring Note: Do not reuse the O-ring. Driving under improper tire pressure will reduce the comfort of operation and riding, and may cause deflected wear of the tires. Shift fork Spring small 5.
From air filter, transmission, brake and cooling system, engine, exhaust to steering and suspension, tyre rotation, valves, lights, electric diagrams and so on. Broken drive or driven bevel gear teeth Replace gearshift 2. After replacing, adjust the headlight beam. If the measurement exceeds the limit, replace the connecting rod. Remove Bolt 2 and Nut 2 of lower engine hanger. Tightening Torque Fixing Bolt, Brake Caliper: 40-50N. Check fuel and air channels for any faults; If the fuel and air channels are normal, check the ignition system.
Cooling and Lubrication System Remove mechanical seal with special tool Note: The mechanical seal does not need to be removed if there is no abnormal condition. Vehicle Body, Muffler Front Rack, Bolt Cap Remove: Remove 2 nuts from the bottom of front fender Exert upward and remove bolt cap Remove: --Fixing Bolt 1 , Bolt 2 --Fixing Bolt 3, Bolt 4 --Front rack Installation: Reverse the removal procedure for installation Tightening Torque: Fixing Bolt 1, Bolt 2 35 N. Vehicle Body, Muffler Remove Bolt 1, Bolt 2 Remove rear rack Installation Reverse the removal procedure for installation Tightening Torque: Fixing Bolt, Rear Rack 35 N. Caution: The engine oil should be changed when the engine is warm. Vehicle Body, Muffler Front Right Inner Fender Remove: --Bolt 1 --Bolt 2 --Front right inner fender Installation: Reverse the removal procedure for installation.
Note Check the tire pressure after tires are cooled. Shake the front wheel left and right to check whether the joint of front wheel is tightened and check whether it sways. Put on the valve spring retainer. Vehicle Body, Muffler Disassembly Note: Side skid plate front , side skid plate center , side skid plate rear and double seat protection plate are located at the bottom of vehicle. Troubleshooting Complaint Symptom and Possible Causes Remedy Difficulty or locked 1.
Be sure to bring the marked side to the top when fitting them to the piston. Please read our description and our privacy and policy page. Carburetor Complaint Symptom and Possible Causes Remedy 1. Warning: Never use with gasoline or low flash point solvents to clean the filter element Inspect the filter element for tears. Vehicle Body, Muffler Overhaul Info…………………… …. Slowly turn the wheel, measure the rim vibration with a dial gauge.
Tools: Valve Spring Compressor Tweezers Remove valve spring upper seat and valve spring Remove valve from the other side. Use a dial gauge to measure the I. Check the run-out with a dial gauge. Cam Wear Worn cams can often cause mistimed valve operation resulting in reduced power output. Engine Removal, Inspection and Installation Install secondary sheave; Install primary sliding sheave Tighten primary sheave nut with special tool to the specified torque; Primary sheave nut tightening torque: 115 N·m Tool: Rotor Holder Tighten secondary sheave nut with special tool to the specified torque;.