1995 Yamaha Virago 750 Repair Manual
Yamaha XV535 through 1100 Owners Workshop Manual by Alan Ahlstrand and John H Haynes Member of the Guild of Motoring Writers Models covered: USA: Yamaha XV535 Virago. 1987 through 1990 and 1993 through 1994 Yamaha XV535S Virago. 1994 Yamaha XV700 Virago.
1984 through 1987 Yamaha XV750 Virago. 1981 through 1983 and 1988 through 1994 Yamaha XV920 Virago. 1982 and 1983 Yamaha XV920R (chain drive).
1981 and 1982 Yamaha XV1000 Virago. 1984 and 1985 Yamaha XV1100 Virago. 1986 through 1994 UK: Yamaha XV535. 1988 through 1994 Yamaha XV535S. 1994 Yamaha XV750SE Special.
Yamaha Virago 750 XV750 This is the same manual motorcycle dealerships use to repair your bike. Manual covers all the topics like: Engine Service, General Information, Transmission, Chassis, Lighting, Steering, Seats System, Clutch, Suspension, Locks, Brakes, Lubrication, Electrical, Frame Fuel System, Battery, etc. View and Download Yamaha Virago XV535-1100 1981-1994 instruction manual online. How do I adjust the carbs on a 1995 yamaha 750 virago. Yamaha XV 535 DX Virago Service Manual OEM parts for Yamaha. LIT-11626-10-86 See your Authorized YAMAHA Dealer for a Genuine YAMAHA Service Manual. YAMAHA MOTOR CO., LTD. LIT-11626-10-86 OWNER’S MANUAL VIRAGO.
1981 through 1983 Yamaha XV750 Virago. 1992 through 1994 Yamaha TR1 (chain drive). 1981 through 1985 Yamaha XV1000 Virago.
1986 through 1989 Yamaha XV1100 Virago. 1989 through 1994 ABCDE FGHIJ KLMNO PQRS Haynes Publishing Sparkford Nr Yeovil Somerset BA22 7JJ England Haynes North America, Inc 861 Lawrence Drive Newbury Park California 91320 USA. Acknowledgements Our thanks to Mitsui Machinery Sales (UK) Ltd for permission to reproduce certain illustrations used in this manual.
We would also like to thank NGK Spark Plugs (UK) Ltd for supplying the color spark plug condition photos and the Avon Rubber Company for supplying information on tire fitting. Special thanks to Grand Prix Kawasaki/Yamaha, Santa Clara, California, for providing the facilities used for these photographs; to Mark Woodward, service manager, for arranging the facilities and fitting the mechanical work into his shop's busy schedule; and to Denny Jewell, service technician, for doing the mechanical work and providing valuable technical information, © Haynes North America, Inc.
1994 With permission from J.H. A book in the Haynes Owners Workshop Manual Series Printed in the U.S.A. All rights reserved.
No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording or by any information storage or retrieval system, without permission in writing from the copyright holder. ISBN1 56392103 0 Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 94-73120 British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library We take great pride in the accuracy of information given in this manual, but motorcycle manufacturers make alterations and design changes during the production run of a particular motorcycle of which they do not inform us. No liability can be accepted by the authors or publishers for loss, damage or injury caused by any errors in, or omissions from, the information given. Contents Introductory pages About this manual 0-6 Introduction to the Yamaha XV 0-6 Identification numbers 0-7 Buying parts 0-8 General specifications 0-8 Maintenance techniques, tools and working facilities 0-11 Safety first! About this manual Its purpose The purpose of this manual is to help you get the best value from your motorcycle. Business Statistics 8th Edition Solution Manual. It can do so in several ways. It can help you decide what work must be done, even if you choose to have it done by a dealer service department or a repair shop; it provides information and procedures for routine maintenance and servicing; and it offers diagnostic and repair procedures to follow when trouble occurs.
We hope you use the manual to tackle the work yourself. For many simpler jobs, doing it yourself may be quicker than arranging an appointment to get the vehicle into a shop and making the trips to leave it and pick it up. More importantly, a lot of money can be saved by avoiding the expense the shop must pass on to you to cover its labor and overhead costs.
An added benefit is the sense of satisfaction and accomplishment that you feel after doing the job yourself. Using the manual The manual is divided into Chapters. Each Chapter is divided into numbered Sections, which are headed in bold type between horizontal lines. Each Section consists of consecutively numbered paragraphs. At the beginning of each numbered Section you will be referred to any illustrations which apply to the procedures in that Section. The reference numbers used in illustration captions pinpoint the pertinent Section and the Step within that Section. That is, illustration 3. Acura Tsx Service Manual. 2 means the illustration refers to Section 3 and Step (or paragraph) 2 within that Section.
Procedures, once described in the text, are not normally repeated. When it's necessary to refer to another Chapter, the reference will be given as Chapter and Section number. Cross references given without use of the word 'Chapter' apply to Sections and/or paragraphs in the same Chapter.
For example, 'see Section 8' means in the same Chapter. References to the left or right side of the vehicle assume you are sitting on the seat, facing forward. Motorcycle manufacturers continually make changes to specifications and recommendations, and these, when notified, are incorporated into our manuals at the earliest opportunity. Even though we have prepared this manual with extreme care, neither the publisher nor the author can accept responsibility for any errors in, or omissions from, the information given. NOTE A Note provides information necessary to properly complete a procedure or information which will make the procedure easier to understand. CAUTION A Caution provides a special procedure or special steps which must be taken while completing the procedure where the Caution is found.
Not heeding a Caution can result in damage to the assembly being worked on. WARNING A Warning provides a special procedure or special steps which must be taken while completing the procedure where the Warning is found. Not heeding a Warning can result in personal injury. Introduction to the Yamaha XV.
The rear suspension on 1981 through 1983 models uses a single shock absorber and coil spring. Later models use twin rear shock absorbers with concentric coil springs. Spring preload is adjustable on all XV700 through 1100 models; shock absorber damping is adjustable on 1984 and later XV700 through 1100 models. The front brake uses a single or dual disc; a drum brake is used at the rear. Shaft final drive is used on most of the bikes covered in this manual.
Some models use an unusual chain drive system, with the chain completely enclosed in housings and running in a bath of grease. Identification numbers The frame serial number is stamped into the right side of the frame and printed on a label affixed to the frame. The engine number is stamped into the right upper side of the crankcase. Both of these numbers should be recorded and kept in a safe place so they can be furnished to law enforcement officials in the event of a theft. The frame serial number, engine serial number and carburetor identification number should also be kept in a handy place (such as with your driver's license) so they are always available when purchasing or ordering parts for your machine. The models covered by this manual are as follows: XV535, 1987 through 1990 US XV535, 1993 and 1994 US XV535, 1988 through 1994 UK XV700,1984 through 1987 US XV750, 1981 through 1983 and 1988 through 1994 US XV750, 1981 through 1983 UK, 1992 through 1994 UK XV920, 1981 through 1983 US XV1000 shaft drive, 1984 and 1985 US, 1986 through 1989 UK XV1000 chain drive (TR1), 1981 through 1985 UK XV1100, 1986 through 1994 US, 1989 through 1994 UK Identifying engines and model years The procedures in this manual identify the bikes by model year.
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