Kawasaki VN1500 (1994) manual

Kawasaki VN1500 (1994)
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GENERAL

INFORMATION

Before

Serwicing

Before
starting
to
service
a motorcycle,
careful reading
of the
applicable
section
is recommended
to eliminate
unnecessary
work.
Photographs,
diagrams,
notes,
cautions,
warnings,
and
detailed
descriptions
have
been
included
wherever
necessary.
Nevertheless,
even
a detailed
account
has limitations,
a
certai;
amount
of
basic
knowledge
is also
required
for
successful
work.
Especially
note
the
following;
(1)
Dirt
Before removal
and disassembly,
clean
the
motorcycle.
Any
dirt
enGring
the
engine
or other
parts
will
work
as
an abrasive
and shorten
the life
of
the motorcycle.
For
the same
ieason,
defore
installing
a new
part,
clean
off any
dust
or metal filings.
(2)
Battery Ground
Remove
the
ground
(-)
lead
from
the battery
before
performing
any
disassembly
operations
on
the
motorcycle.
When
installing,.connect
the
positive
(+)
lead
firs! then
the negative
1-j
tead
to
the battery.
This
prevents:
(a)
the
possibility
of accidentally
turning
the engine
over while
partially
disassembled. (b)
sparks
at electrical
connections
which
will
occur when
they are
disconnected.
1c1
damage
to electrical
Dans.
(3)
Installation,
Assemblv
Generally,
installation
or assembly
is the reverse
of removal
or
disassembly.
But
if
this
Service Manual
has installation
or assembly
procedures,
follow
them.
Note
parts
locations
ani
cable,
wire, and
hose
routing
during removal
or
disassembly
so
they can
be installed
or assembled
in
the
same way.
lt is
preferable
6
mark
and record
the
locations
and
routing
as much
as
possibte.
(4)
TighteningSequence
Generally.
when insulling
a
part
with
several
bolts, nuB,
or
screws,
start them
all
in their
holes
and
tighten them
to a
snug fit.
Then
tighten
them
evenly in
a
cross
pattern.
This
is to
avoid
distortion
of the
part
and/or
causing
gas
or oil leakage.
Conversely
when loosening
the
bolts,
nuts,
or screws. first
loosen
all of
them by
about a
quaner
turn and
then remove
them. Where
there
is a
tightening
sequence indication
in this
Service
Manual.
the bolts,
nuts,
or screws
must
be
tightened in
the ordlr
and
irethod
inoicated.
(5)
Torque
When
torque
values
are
given
in this
Service
Manual,
use
them. Either
too little
or too much
rorque
may
lead
to serious
damage.
Use
a
good quality,
reliable
torque wrench,
(5)
Force
Common
sense should dictate
how
much force
is necessary
in assembly
and disassembly.
lf
a
pan
seems
especially
difficult
to
remove
or install,
stop
and
examine
what may
be
causing
the
problem.
Whenever
tapping
is
necessary,
tap lightly
using
a
wooden
or
plastic-faced
mallet
Use
an impact
driver
for
screws
(particularly
for
the removal
of
screws held
by a locking
ageno in
order
to avoid
damaging
the
screw
heads.
(7)
Edses
Watch
for
sharp
edges,
especially
during
major
engine
disassembly
and assembly.
protect
your
hands
with
gloves
or
a
piece
of thick
cloth when
litting
the
engine
or turning
it over.
(8)
High- Flash
Point
Sotvent
A high-flash point
solvent
is recommended
to
reduce fire
danger.
A commefcial
solvent
commonly
available
in
North America
is
Stoddard
solvent
(generic
name).
Always
follow
manufacturer
and container
directions
regarding
the use
of any
solvent.
(9)
Gasket,
O-Ring
Do not
reuse
a
gasket
or O-ring
once it
has
been in
service.
The
mating
surfaces
around
the
gasket
.
should
be free
of foreign
matter
and
perfectly
smooth to
avoid
oil or
compression
leaks.
(10)
Liquid
Gasket,
Non-Permanent
Locking
Agent
Follow
manufacturer's
directions
for
cleaning
and
preparing
surfaces
where
these
compounds
will
be
used.
Apply
sparingly'
Excessive
amounts
may
block
engine
oil
passages
and
cause
serious
damage.
An
example
of a non-permanent
locking
agent
commonly
available
in
North
America
is Loctite
Lock,n
Seal
(Blue).
(1
1) Press
A
part
installed
using
a
press
or
drivet
such as
a
wheel
bearing,
should
first
be coated
with
oil on tts
outer
or inner
circumference
so that it
will
go
into
place
smoothly.
(12)
Ball
Bearing
and Needle
Bearing
Do
not remove
a ball bearing
or a needle
bearing unless
it is
absolutely
necessary.
Replace any
ball
or
needle
bearings
that
were removed
with
new
ones,
as
removal generally
damages
beirings.
Install
bearings
with
the marked
side
facing
out applying
pressure
evenly with
a suitable
driver.
Only
pr&
on the race
that
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General
Marca Kawasaki
Modelo VN1500 (1994)
Producto Motocicleta
Idioma Inglés
Tipo de archivo PDF

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