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OWNERS MANUAL

Read this manual carefully before operating this vehicle.

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INTRODUCTION

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Congratulations on your purchase of the Yamaha FJ09F/FJ09FC. This model is the result of Yamahas vast experience in the production of fine sporting, touring, and pacesetting racing machines. It represents the high degree of craftsmanship and reliability that have made Yamaha a leader in these fields. This manual will give you an understanding of the operation, inspection, and basic maintenance of this motorcycle. If you have any questions concerning the operation or maintenance of your motorcycle, please consult a Yamaha dealer. The design and manufacture of this Yamaha motorcycle fully comply with the emissions standards for clean air applicable at the date of manufacture. Yamaha has met these standards without reducing the performance or economy of operation of the motorcycle. To maintain these high standards, it is important that you and your Yamaha dealer pay close attention to the recommended maintenance schedules and operating instructions contained within this manual. Yamaha continually seeks advancements in product design and quality. Therefore, while this manual contains the most cur- rent product information available at the time of printing, there may be minor discrepancies between your motorcycle and this manual. If there is any question concerning this manual, please consult a Yamaha dealer.

WARNING

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Please read this manual and the YOU AND YOUR MOTORCYCLE: RIDING TIPS booklet carefully before operating

this motorcycle. Do not attempt to operate this motorcycle until you have attained adequate knowledge of its con-

trols and operating features. Regular inspections and careful maintenance, along with good operating techniques,

will help ensure that you safely enjoy the capabilities and reliability of this motorcycle.

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PORTANT MANUAL INFORMATION

rticularly important information is distinguished in this manual by the following notat

roduct and specifications are subject to change without notice.

This is the safety alert symbol. It is used to alert you hazards. Obey all safety messages that follow this s or death.

A WARNING indicates a hazardous situation which, death or serious injury.

A NOTICE indicates special precautions that must b vehicle or other property.

A TIP provides key information to make procedures eas

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IMPORTANT MAN

FJ09F/FJ09FC OWNERS MANUAL

2014 by Yamaha Motor Corporation, U.S.A. 1st edition, August 2014

All rights reserved. Any reprinting or unauthorized use without the written permission of

Yamaha Motor Corporation, U.S.A. is expressly prohibited.

Printed in Japan. P/N LIT-11626-28-46

anister (for California only) ......... 7-11 ngine oil and oil filter cartridge ... 7-11 oolant ......................................... 7-14 ir filter element............................ 7-17 hecking the engine idling speed ........................................ 7-17 hecking the throttle grip free play............................................ 7-17

alve clearance............................. 7-18 ires .............................................. 7-18 ast wheels .................................. 7-20 djusting the clutch lever free play............................................ 7-21 hecking the brake lever free play............................................ 7-21 rake light switches ..................... 7-22 hecking the front and rear brake pads .......................................... 7-22 hecking the brake fluid level ...... 7-23 hanging the brake fluid .............. 7-24 rive chain slack........................... 7-25 leaning and lubricating the drive chain.......................................... 7-26 hecking and lubricating the cables........................................ 7-27 hecking and lubricating the throttle grip and cable ............... 7-27 hecking and lubricating the brake and shift pedals............... 7-28 hecking and lubricating the brake and clutch levers ............. 7-28

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CATION OF IMPORTANT

BELS ............................................. 1-1

FETY INFORMATION .................. 2-1

SCRIPTION .................................. 3-1 eft view ......................................... 3-1 ight view....................................... 3-2 ontrols and instruments ............... 3-3

TRUMENT AND CONTROL

NCTIONS ...................................... 4-1 ain switch/steering lock............... 4-1

ndicator lights and warning lights............................................ 4-2 ulti-function meter unit ................ 4-4 -mode (drive mode).................... 4-16 andlebar switches...................... 4-16 lutch lever .................................. 4-18 hift pedal .................................... 4-19 rake lever.................................... 4-19 rake pedal .................................. 4-19 BS .............................................. 4-20 raction control system................ 4-21 uel tank cap................................ 4-22 uel............................................... 4-23 uel tank breather hose and overflow hose............................ 4-24 atalytic converter ....................... 4-25 eats ............................................ 4-25 djusting the rider seat height...... 4-27

Helmet holder................................4-29 Storage compartment ...................4-29 Windshield ....................................4-30 Adjusting the front fork .................4-31 Adjusting the shock absorber

assembly....................................4-32 Luggage strap holders ..................4-34 Sidestand ......................................4-34 Ignition circuit cut-off system .......4-35 Auxiliary DC jack ...........................4-37

FOR YOUR SAFETY

PRE-OPERATION CHECKS .............5-1

OPERATION AND IMPORTANT

RIDING POINTS ................................6-1 Starting the engine..........................6-1 Shifting ............................................6-2 Engine break-in ...............................6-4 Parking ............................................6-5

PERIODIC MAINTENANCE AND

ADJUSTMENT...................................7-1 Owners tool kit ...............................7-2 Periodic maintenance chart for the

emission control system..............7-3 General maintenance and

lubrication chart...........................7-5 Removing and installing the

panel ............................................7-9 Checking the spark plugs .............7-10

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Checking and lubricating the centerstand and sidestand ........7-29

Lubricating the swingarm pivots ...7-30 Checking the front fork..................7-30 Checking the steering ...................7-31 Checking the wheel bearings ........7-31 Battery ...........................................7-31 Replacing the fuses.......................7-33 Headlights .....................................7-35 Auxiliary light .................................7-35 Tail/brake light...............................7-36 Replacing a turn signal light

bulb ............................................7-36 Replacing the license plate light

bulb ............................................7-37 Troubleshooting ............................7-38 Troubleshooting charts .................7-39

OTORCYCLE CARE AND

TORAGE ..........................................8-1 Matte color caution .........................8-1 Care.................................................8-1 Storage............................................8-4

PECIFICATIONS..............................9-1

ONSUMER INFORMATION ..........10-1 Identification numbers...................10-1 Reporting safety defects ...............10-3 Motorcycle noise regulation ..........10-4 Maintenance record ......................10-5

YAMAHA MOTOR CORPORATION, U.S.A. 2015 AND LATER MODEL STREET & DUAL-PURPOSE MOTORCYCLE LIMITED WARRANTY............................... 10-7

YAMAHA EXTENDED SERVICE (Y.E.S.)....................................... 10-9

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ad and understand all of the labels on your vehicle. They contain important informat ur vehicle. Never remove any labels from your vehicle. If a label becomes difficult to el is available from your Yamaha dealer.

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TIRE INFORM Cold tire normal pressure s as follows.

Up to 90 kg (198 lbs) loa FRONT REAR

: 250 kPa, (2.50 k : 290 kPa, (2.90 k

90kg (198 lbs) ~ maximu FRONT REAR

: 250 kPa, (2.50 k : 290 kPa, (2.90 k

NOTICE Cleaning with alkaline or acid cleaner, gasoline or solvent will damage windshield. Use neutral detergent.

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WARNIN BEFORE YOU OPERATE THIS THE OWNERS MANUAL AND ALWAYS WEAR AN APPROVE HELMET, eye protection, and pr

PREMIUM UNLEADED GA 91 Min. Pump Octane

Improper loading can cause loss of control. Read owners manual for proper loading.

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FETY INFORMATION

pears to be very effective in reduc- ing the chance of this type of accident. Therefore:

Wear a brightly colored jacket. Use extra caution when you are

approaching and passing through intersections, since in- tersections are the most likely places for motorcycle accidents to occur.

Ride where other motorists can see you. Avoid riding in another motorists blind spot.

Never maintain a motorcycle without proper knowledge. Contact an authorized motorcy- cle dealer to inform you on ba- sic motorcycle maintenance. Certain maintenance can only be carried out by certified staff.

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a Responsible Owner

the vehicles owner, you are re- onsible for the safe and proper oper- ion of your motorcycle. otorcycles are single-track vehicles. eir safe use and operation are de- ndent upon the use of proper riding chniques as well as the expertise of e operator. Every operator should ow the following requirements be- re riding this motorcycle. or she should:

Obtain thorough instructions from a competent source on all aspects of motorcycle operation. Observe the warnings and mainte- nance requirements in this Own- ers Manual. Obtain qualified training in safe and proper riding techniques. Obtain professional technical ser- vice as indicated in this Owners Manual and/or when made neces- sary by mechanical conditions.

Never operate a motorcycle with- out proper training or instruction. Take a training course. Beginners should receive training from a cer- tified instructor. Contact an autho- rized motorcycle dealer to find out about the training courses nearest you.

Safe Riding

Perform the pre-operation checks each time you use the vehicle to make sure it is in safe operating condition. Failure to inspect or maintain the vehi- cle properly increases the possibility of an accident or equipment damage. See page 5-1 for a list of pre-operation checks. This motorcycle is designed to

carry the operator and a passen- ger.

The failure of motorists to detect and recognize motorcycles in traf- fic is the predominating cause of automobile/motorcycle accidents. Many accidents have been caused by an automobile driver who did not see the motorcycle. Making yourself conspicuous ap-

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tective Apparel

majority of fatalities from motorcy- accidents are the result of head in- es. The use of a safety helmet is the le most critical factor in the pre- tion or reduction of head injuries. Always wear an approved helmet. Wear a face shield or goggles. Wind in your unprotected eyes could contribute to an impairment of vision that could delay seeing a hazard. The use of a jacket, heavy boots, trousers, gloves, etc., is effective in preventing or reducing abra- sions or lacerations. Never wear loose-fitting clothes, otherwise they could catch on the control levers, footrests, or wheels and cause injury or an accident. Always wear protective clothing that covers your legs, ankles, and feet. The engine or exhaust sys- tem become very hot during or af- ter operation and can cause burns. A passenger should also observe the above precautions.

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Many accidents involve inexperi- enced operators. In fact, many op- erators who have been involved in accidents do not even have a cur- rent motorcycle license. Make sure that you are qualified

and that you only lend your mo- torcycle to other qualified oper- ators.

Know your skills and limits. Staying within your limits may help you to avoid an accident.

We recommend that you prac- tice riding your motorcycle where there is no traffic until you have become thoroughly famil- iar with the motorcycle and all of its controls.

Many accidents have been caused by error of the motorcycle operator. A typical error made by the operator is veering wide on a turn due to excessive speed or un- dercornering (insufficient lean an- gle for the speed). Always obey the speed limit and

never travel faster than warrant- ed by road and traffic condi- tions.

Always signal before turning or changing lanes. Make sure that other motorists can see you.

The posture of the operator and passenger is important for proper control. The operator should keep both

hands on the handlebar and both feet on the operator foot- rests during operation to main- tain control of the motorcycle.

The passenger should always hold onto the operator, the seat strap or grab bar, if equipped, with both hands and keep both feet on the passenger footrests. Never carry a passenger unless he or she can firmly place both feet on the passenger footrests.

Never ride under the influence of alcohol or other drugs.

This motorcycle is designed for on-road use only. It is not suitable for off-road use.

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en loading within this weight limit, ep the following in mind:

Cargo and accessory weight should be kept as low and close to the motorcycle as possible. Se- curely pack your heaviest items as close to the center of the vehicle as possible and make sure to dis- tribute the weight as evenly as possible on both sides of the mo- torcycle to minimize imbalance or instability. Shifting weights can create a sud- den imbalance. Make sure that accessories and cargo are se- curely attached to the motorcycle before riding. Check accessory mounts and cargo restraints fre- quently. Properly adjust the suspension

for your load (suspension-ad- justable models only), and check the condition and pres- sure of your tires.

Never attach any large or heavy items to the handlebar, front fork, or front fender. These items, including such cargo as sleeping bags, duffel bags, or

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void Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

ll engine exhaust contains carbon onoxide, a deadly gas. Breathing

arbon monoxide can cause head- ches, dizziness, drowsiness, nausea, onfusion, and eventually death. arbon Monoxide is a colorless, odor- ss, tasteless gas which may be pres- nt even if you do not see or smell any ngine exhaust. Deadly levels of car- on monoxide can collect rapidly and ou can quickly be overcome and un- ble to save yourself. Also, deadly lev- ls of carbon monoxide can linger for ours or days in enclosed or poorly entilated areas. If you experience any ymptoms of carbon monoxide poi- oning, leave the area immediately, get esh air, and SEEK MEDICAL TREAT- ENT. Do not run engine indoors. Even if

you try to ventilate engine exhaust with fans or open windows and doors, carbon monoxide can rap- idly reach dangerous levels.

Do not run engine in poorly venti- lated or partially enclosed areas such as barns, garages, or car- ports.

Do not run engine outdoors where engine exhaust can be drawn into a building through openings such as windows and doors.

Loading

Adding accessories or cargo to your motorcycle can adversely affect stabil- ity and handling if the weight distribu- tion of the motorcycle is changed. To avoid the possibility of an accident, use extreme caution when adding cargo or accessories to your motorcycle. Use extra care when riding a motorcycle that has added cargo or accessories. Here, along with the information about accessories below, are some general guidelines to follow if loading cargo to your motorcycle: The total weight of the operator, pas- senger, accessories and cargo must not exceed the maximum load limit. Operation of an overloaded vehicle

could cause an accident.

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Maximum load: FJ09F 180 kg (397 lb) FJ09FC 179 kg (395 lb)

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steering travel or control opera- tion, or obscure lights or reflec- tors. Accessories fitted to the han-

dlebar or the front fork area can create instability due to improp- er weight distribution or aerody- namic changes. If accessories are added to the handlebar or front fork area, they must be as lightweight as possible and should be kept to a minimum.

Bulky or large accessories may seriously affect the stability of the motorcycle due to aerody- namic effects. Wind may at- tempt to lift the motorcycle, or the motorcycle may become unstable in cross winds. These accessories may also cause in- stability when passing or being passed by large vehicles.

Certain accessories can dis- place the operator from his or her normal riding position. This improper position limits the freedom of movement of the

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tents, can create unstable han- dling or a slow steering re- sponse.

This vehicle is not designed to

pull a trailer or to be attached to

a sidecar.

enuine Yamaha Accessories

oosing accessories for your vehicle an important decision. Genuine

maha accessories, which are avail- le only from a Yamaha dealer, have en designed, tested, and approved Yamaha for use on your vehicle. any companies with no connection Yamaha manufacture parts and ac- ssories or offer other modifications r Yamaha vehicles. Yamaha is not in position to test the products that ese aftermarket companies produce. erefore, Yamaha can neither en- rse nor recommend the use of ac- ssories not sold by Yamaha or odifications not specifically recom- ended by Yamaha, even if sold and stalled by a Yamaha dealer.

Aftermarket Parts, Accessories, and

Modifications

While you may find aftermarket prod- ucts similar in design and quality to genuine Yamaha accessories, recog- nize that some aftermarket accesso- ries or modifications are not suitable because of potential safety hazards to you or others. Installing aftermarket products or having other modifications performed to your vehicle that change any of the vehicles design or operation characteristics can put you and others at greater risk of serious injury or death. You are responsible for injuries related to changes in the vehicle. Keep the following guidelines in mind, as well as those provided under Load- ing when mounting accessories. Never install accessories or carry

cargo that would impair the per- formance of your motorcycle. Carefully inspect the accessory before using it to make sure that it does not in any way reduce ground clearance or cornering clearance, limit suspension travel,

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operator and may limit control ability, therefore, such accesso- ries are not recommended.

Use caution when adding electri- cal accessories. If electrical ac- cessories exceed the capacity of the motorcycles electrical sys- tem, an electric failure could re- sult, which could cause a dangerous loss of lights or engine power.

ftermarket Tires and Rims

he tires and rims that came with your otorcycle were designed to match e performance capabilities and to rovide the best combination of han- ling, braking, and comfort. Other res, rims, sizes, and combinations ay not be appropriate. Refer to page

-18 for tire specifications and more in- rmation on replacing your tires.

ransporting the Motorcycle

e sure to observe following instruc- ons before transporting the motorcy- le in another vehicle. Remove all loose items from the

motorcycle.

Check that the fuel cock (if equipped) is in the OFF position and that there are no fuel leaks.

Point the front wheel straight ahead on the trailer or in the truck bed, and choke it in a rail to pre- vent movement.

Shift the transmission in gear (for models with a manual transmis- sion).

Secure the motorcycle with tie- downs or suitable straps that are attached to solid parts of the mo- torcycle, such as the frame or up- per front fork triple clamp (and not, for example, to rubber-mounted handlebars or turn signals, or parts that could break). Choose the location for the straps carefully so the straps will not rub against painted surfaces during transport.

The suspension should be com- pressed somewhat by the tie- downs, if possible, so that the mo- torcycle will not bounce exces- sively during transport.

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913 101114 12 Front fork spring preload adjusting bolt (page 4-31) Shock absorber assembly rebound damping force adjusting screw (page 4-32) Battery (page 7-31) Fuse box 1 (page 7-33) Main fuse (page 7-33) Fuel injection system fuse (page 7-33) Storage compartment (page 4-29) Owners tool kit (page 7-2)

9. Seat lock (page 4-25) 10.Shock absorber assembly 11.Shift pedal (page 4-19) 12.Engine oil drain bolt (page 13.Engine oil filter cartridge (p 14.Coolant drain bolt (page 7

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Rear brake fluid reservoir (page 7-23) Fuel tank cap (page 4-22) Front fork rebound damping force adjusting screw (page 4-31) Front fork spring preload adjusting bolt (page 4-31) Headlight (page 7-35) Fuse box 2 (page 7-33) Fuse box 3 (page 7-33) Radiator cap (page 7-14)

9. Coolant reservoir (page 7- 10.Engine oil level check win 11.Engine oil filler cap (page 12.Brake pedal (page 4-19)

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9 Clutch lever (page 4-18) Left handlebar switches (page 4-16) Auxiliary DC jack (page 4-37) Multi-function meter unit (page 4-4) Front brake fluid reservoir (page 7-23) Right handlebar switches (page 4-16) Brake lever (page 4-19) Throttle grip (page 7-17)

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ain switch/steering lock

he main switch/steering lock controls e ignition and lighting systems, and is

sed to lock the steering. The various ositions are described below.

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ll electrical circuits are supplied with ower, the meter lighting, taillight, li- ense plate light, auxiliary lights and osition lights come on, and the engine an be started. The key cannot be re- oved.

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The headlights come on automatically when the engine is started and stay on until the key is turned to OFF, even if the engine stalls.

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OFF

All electrical systems are off. The key can be removed.

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Never turn the key to OFF or

LOCK while the vehicle is moving.

Otherwise the electrical systems will

be switched off, which may result in

loss of control or an accident.

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h beam indicator light

s indicator light comes on when the h beam of the headlight is switched

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level warning light

s warning light comes on if the en- e oil level is low. electrical circuit of the warning t can be checked by turning the key ON. The warning light should e on for a few seconds, and then

off. e warning light does not come on

ially when the key is turned to ON, f the warning light remains on, have amaha dealer check the electrical uit.

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unlock the steering

sh the key in, and then turn it to FF while still pushing it.

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(Parking)

e hazard lights and turn signal lights n be turned on, but all other electri- l systems are off. The key can be re- oved. e steering must be locked before the y can be turned to .

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Indicator lights and warning lights

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1. Left turn signal indicator light 2. Right turn signal indicator light 3. Oil level warning light 4. Engine trouble warning light 5. Anti-lock Brake System (ABS) warning

light 6. Traction control system indicator/warning

light TCS 7. High beam indicator light 8. Neutral indicator light

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e ABS may not work correctly. If any the above occurs, have a Yamaha aler check the system as soon as ssible. (See page 4-20 for an expla- tion of the ABS.)

WARNING

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he ABS warning light does not go

after traveling at a speed of 10

/h (6 mi/h) or higher, or if the

rning light comes on or flashes

ile riding, the brake system re-

rts to conventional braking. If ei-

r of the above occurs, or if the

rning light does not come on at

, use extra caution to avoid possi-

wheel lock during emergency

aking. Have a Yamaha dealer

eck the brake system and electri-

l circuits as soon as possible.

e ABS warning light will also come while the start switch is pushed, but s does not indicate a malfunction.

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Even if the oil level is sufficient, the warning light may flicker when rid- ing on a slope or during sudden acceleration or deceleration, but this is not a malfunction.

This model is also equipped with a self-diagnosis device for the oil level detection circuit. If a problem is detected in the oil level detec- tion circuit, the following cycle will be repeated until the malfunction is corrected: The oil level warning light will flash ten times, then go off for 2.5 seconds. If this occurs, have a Yamaha dealer check the vehicle.

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ngine trouble warning light

his warning light comes on if a prob- m is detected in the electrical circuit onitoring the engine. If this occurs,

ave a Yamaha dealer check the self- iagnosis system. (See page 4-15 for n explanation of the self-diagnosis evice.)

The electrical circuit of the warning light can be checked by turning the key to ON. The warning light should come on for a few seconds, and then go off. If the warning light does not come on initially when the key is turned to ON, or if the warning light remains on, have a Yamaha dealer check the electrical circuit.

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This warning light will come on when the key is turned to ON and the start switch is pushed, but this does not in- dicate a malfunction.

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ABS warning light

In normal operation, the ABS warning light comes on when the key is turned to ON, and goes off after traveling at a speed of 10 km/h (6 mi/h) or higher. If the ABS warning light: does not come on when the key is

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king any setting changes to the

lti-function meter unit. Changing

RESET button TCS button lock achometer peedometer ransmission gear display formation display selection function formation display uel meter co indicator ECO rive mode display uel level warning indicator

GEAR

N 77

A.TEMP F

Lo C.TEMP F

0:00 TIME TRIP

89101112

2 3 4 5 6 7

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action control system indica-

r/warning light TCS

is indicator/warning light flashes hen the traction control system en- ges and comes on when the system turned off. e electrical circuit of the light can be ecked by turning the key to ON. e light should come on for a few sec- ds, and then go off. the light does not come on initially hen the key is turned to ON, or if the ht remains on, have a Yamaha dealer eck the electrical circuit. the traction control system becomes sabled while riding, the indica- r/warning light and engine trouble arning light come on. (See page 4-21 r an explanation of the traction con- l system.)

Try to reset the traction control system and the lights by following the proce- dures under Resetting on page 4-22.

Mu

Be

ma

mu

1. Traction control system indicator/warning light TCS

2. Engine trouble warning light

1 2

1. 2. 3. C 4. T 5. S 6. T 7. In 8. In 9. F 10.E 11.D 12.F

1

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s

o

a

T

T m th lo ti

T e

eedometer

e speedometer shows the vehicles veling speed.

chometer

1. 2.

Speedometer

Tachometer High-rpm zone

1

1 2

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ettings while riding can distract the

perator and increase the risk of an

ccident.

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he select switch / and the enu switch MENU are located on e left handlebar. These switches al- w you to control or change the set- ngs of the multi-function meter unit.

he multi-function meter unit is quipped with the following: a speedometer a tachometer a clock a fuel meter an eco indicator

a transmission gear display a drive mode display (which

shows the selected drive mode) an information display (which

shows various information, such as the odometer reading)

a setting mode display (which al- lows you to set, select, or reset the items shown in the information display)

TIP

Turn the key to ON before push- ing the select switch / , menu switch MENU, RESET button and TCS button.

To switch the meter displays be- tween kilometers and miles, see page 4-10.

Sp

Th tra

Ta

Menu switch MENU Select switch /

1

2

1.

1. 2.

IN

4

Th er ke W ch ra or

N

D

ch

Hi

ab

Cl

Th tu To

s fuel meter is equipped with a self- gnosis system. If a problem is de- ted in the electrical circuit, the fol- ing cycle is repeated until the lfunction is corrected: fuel level seg- nts and fuel level warning icator flash eight times, then go for approximately 3 seconds. If this urs, have a Yamaha dealer check electrical circuit.

indicator

1.

co indicator ECO 1

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e electric tachometer allows the rid- to monitor the engine speed and ep it within the ideal power range. hen the key is turned to ON, the ta- ometer will sweep across the r/min nge and then return to zero r/min in der to test the electrical circuit.

OTICE ECAM1150

o not operate the engine in the ta-

ometer high-rpm zone.

gh-rpm zone: 11250 r/min and

ove

ock

e clock is displayed when the key is rned to ON. set the clock, see page 4-10.

Fuel meter

The fuel meter indicates the amount of fuel in the fuel tank. The display seg- ments of the fuel meter disappear to- wards E (Empty) as the fuel level decreases. When the last segment of the fuel meter and fuel level warning indicator start flashing, refuel as soon as possible. When the key is turned to ON, all of the display seg- ments of the fuel meter will appear for a few seconds, and then the fuel meter shows the actual fuel level.

TIP

Thi dia tec low ma me ind off occ the

Eco

Clock

1

1. Fuel level warning indicator 2. Fuel meter

21

1. E

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T c m T is

T

C fu

T

ormation display

ere are 3 information displays. The lected information display can be itched by pushing the select itch / . e following items are shown in the ormation displays:

an odometer display tripmeter displays a fuel reserve tripmeter display an elapsed time display an ambient temperature display a coolant temperature display an average fuel consumption dis- play

1. 2.

Information display Display1 Display2 Display3

GEAR

N 3.1

TRIP-1 mile

4.3 TRIP-2 mile

mile

12 ODO

GEAR

N 7

ODO mile

7.6 FUEL AVG MPG

MPG

7.6 CRNT FUEL

GEAR

N 77

A.TEMP F

Lo C.TEMP F

0:06 TIME TRIP

3

421

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his indicator comes on when the vehi- le is being operated in an environ- entally friendly, fuel-efficient manner.

he indicator goes off when the vehicle stopped.

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onsider the following tips to reduce el consumption: Avoid high engine speeds during

acceleration. Travel at a constant speed. Select the transmission gear that

is appropriate for the vehicle speed.

ransmission gear display

This display shows the selected gear. This model is equipped with 6 gears. The neutral position is indicated by the neutral indicator light and by the transmission gear display .

Drive mode display

This display indicates which drive mode has been selected: STD, A or B. For more details on the modes and on how to select them, see pages 4-16 and 4-18.

Inf

Th se sw sw Th inf

Neutral indicator light Transmission gear display

GEAR

N 77

A.TEMP F

Lo C.TEMP F

0:00 TIME TRIP

1 2

1. Drive mode display 1

1. 2. 3. 4.

IN

4

Th di To pa

O

Tr

T ta to

reset a tripmeter, use the select tch to select the information display t contains the tripmeter. Push the SET button briefly so that the trip-

ter flashes, and then push the RE- button again for at least 2 onds while the tripmeter is flashing. ou do not reset the fuel reserve trip- ter manually, it will reset itself auto- tically and the display will return to prior mode after refueling and trav- g 5 km (3 mi).

psed time display:

time that has elapsed since the was turned to ON is shown. The ximum time that can be shown is 59. s display is automatically reset en the key is turned to OFF.

re are also TIME2 and TIME3 psed time displays, but they cannot set to the information display. See

0:06 TIME TRIP

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an instantaneous fuel consump- tion display an error code display

e items shown in each information splay can be selected. set or select the items shown, see ge 4-10.

dometer display:

ipmeter displays:

RIP-1 and TRIP-2 show the dis- nce traveled since they were last set zero.

When approximately 2.6 L (0.69 US gal, 0.57 Imp.gal) of fuel remains in the fuel tank, the last segment of the fuel meter and fuel level warning indicator start flashing. In addi- tion, the information display will auto- matically change to the fuel reserve tripmeter mode TRIP-F and start counting the distance traveled from that point.

In that case, pushing the select switch switches the display between the vari- ous information displays in the follow- ing order;

TRIP-F Display1 Display2 Display3 TRIP-F

To swi tha RE me SET sec If y me ma the elin

Ela

The key ma 99: Thi wh

TIP

The ela be

12 ODO mile

3.1 TRIP-1 mile

4.3 TRIP-2 mile

GEAR

4

2.1 TRIP-F mile

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S ta

A

T p c m tu

T

OTICE ECA10022

not continue to operate the en-

e if it is overheating.

erage fuel consumption display:

e average fuel consumption display des km/L, L/100km or MPG

ow the average fuel consumption ce the display was last reset.

The km/L display shows the av- erage distance that can be trav- eled on 1.0 L of fuel. The L/100km display shows the average amount of fuel necessary to travel 100 km. The MPG display shows the av- erage distance that can be trav- eled on 1.0 US gal of fuel.

reset the average fuel consumption play, use the select switch to select information display that contains average fuel consumption display. sh the RESET button briefly so

7.6 FUEL AVG MPG

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etting mode on page 4-10 for de- iled information.

mbient temperature display:

his display shows the ambient tem- erature from 16 F to 199 F in 1 F in- rements. The temperature displayed ay vary from the ambient tempera- re.

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16 F will be displayed even if the ambient temperature falls below 16 F.

The accuracy of the temperature reading may be affected when rid- ing slowly [approximately under 20 km/h (12.5 mi/h)] or when stopped at traffic signals, railroad crossings, etc.

Coolant temperature display:

The coolant temperature display indi- cates the temperature of the coolant. The coolant temperature varies with changes in the weather and engine load. If the message Hi flashes, stop the vehicle, then stop the engine, and let the engine cool. (See page 7-40.)

TIP

The selected information display can- not be switched while the message Hi is flashing.

N

Do

gin

Av

Th mo sh sin

To dis the the Pu

77 A.TEMP F

Lo C.TEMP F

GEAR

4

Hi C.TEMP F

IN

4

th pl SE se

TI

Af su fo tra

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Ya

In pl

Th di M de

ting mode

The transmission must be in neu- tral and the vehicle must be stopped to change settings in this mode. Shifting the transmission into gear and starting off, or turning the key to OFF, saves all settings made, then exits the setting mode.

h and hold the menu switch ENU for at least 2 seconds to enter setting mode. To exit the setting de and return to the normal display, h and hold the menu switch

ENU again for at least 2 seconds.

etting mode display

MENU

Maintenance Time Trip Unit Display Brightness Clock All Reset

1

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at the average fuel consumption dis- ay flashes, and then push the RE- T button again for at least 2 conds while the display is flashing.

P

ter resetting the average fuel con- mption display, _ _._ will be shown r that display until the vehicle has veled 1 km (0.6 mi).

OTICE ECA15474

there is a malfunction, . will

continuously displayed. Have a

maha dealer check the vehicle.

stantaneous fuel consumption dis- ay:

e instantaneous fuel consumption splay modes km/L, L/100km or PG show the fuel consumption un- r the current riding conditions.

The km/L display shows the dis- tance that can be traveled on 1.0 L of fuel.

The L/100km display shows the amount of fuel necessary to travel 100 km.

The MPG display shows the dis- tance that can be traveled on 1.0 US gal of fuel.

TIP

If traveling at speeds under 10 km/h (6 mi/h), _ _._ will be displayed.

NOTICE ECA15474

If there is a malfunction, . will

be continuously displayed. Have a

Yamaha dealer check the vehicle.

Set

TIP

Pus M the mo pus M

7.6 CRNT FUEL MPG

1. S

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4

. While the selected item is flashing, push the RESET button for at least 2 seconds.

. Push the menu switch MENU to return to the setting mode menu.

ecking and resetting TIME2 and IME3 . Use the select switch to highlight

Time Trip.

12 OIL mile

6 FREE-1 mile

6 FREE-2 mile

Maintenance

MENU

Maintenance Time Trip Unit Display Brightness Clock All Reset

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Resetting the maintenance counters 1. Use the select switch to highlight

Maintenance.

2. Push the menu switch MENU, and then push the RESET but- ton to select the item to reset.

3

4

Ch T

1

Display Description

This function allows you to check and reset the OIL oil change interval (dis- tance traveled), and the FREE-1 and FREE-2 maintenance intervals. This function allows you to check and reset the TIME2 and TIME3 functions. These time trips show the total elapsed time that the key has been in the ON position. When the key is turned to OFF, the time trips stop count- ing but are not reset. The maximum time that can be shown is 99:59. When the time trips reach 99:59, they automatically reset to 0:00 and continue counting. This function allows you to switch the display units between kilometers and miles. When kilometers are selected, the fuel con- sumption units can be switched between L/100km and km/L. This function allows you to change the items shown in 3 information displays.

Maintenance

Time Trip

Unit

Display

This function allows you to adjust the brightness of the multi-function meter unit panel to suit the riders preference. This function allows you to set the clock. This function allows you to reset all items, except the odometer and the clock.

Brightness

Clock

All Reset

MENU

Maintenance Time Trip Unit Display Brightness Clock All Reset

IN

4

2

3

4

Se 1

Use the select switch to select km or mile, and then push the menu switch MENU.

en km is selected, L/100km or /L can be set as the fuel con- ption units. To set the fuel con- ption units, proceed as follows. If

ile was selected, skip steps 5 and

Use the select switch to select km/L or L/100km. Push the menu switch MENU, use the select switch to select L/100km or km/L, and then push the menu switch MENU again.

Unit

km or mile km

km/L or L/100km km/L

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. Push the menu switch MENU to display TIME2 and TIME3. To reset a time trip, push the RE- SET button to select the item to reset.

. While the selected item is flashing, push the RESET button for at least 2 seconds.

. Push the menu switch MENU to return to the setting mode menu.

lecting the units . Use the select switch to highlight

Unit.

2. Push the menu switch MENU. The unit setting display will be shown and km or mile will flash in the display.

3. Push the menu switch MENU. km or mile will flash in the dis- play.

4.

TIP

Wh km sum sum m 6.

5.

6.

TIME-2 0:07 TIME-3 0:07

Time Trip

MENU

Maintenance Time Trip Unit Display Brightness Clock All Reset

Unit

km or mile km

km/L or L/100km km/L

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4

S

. Use the select switch to select the item to show, and then push the menu switch MENU.

. When you are finished changing the settings, use the select switch to highlight , and then push the menu switch MENU to return to the previous display.

Display-1

1-1 ODO

1-2 C.TEMP

1-3 TIME TRIP

Display-1

1-1 ODO

1-2 C.TEMP

1-3 TIME TRIP

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7. Use the select switch to highlight , and then push the menu switch MENU to return to the setting mode menu.

electing the display items 1. Use the select switch to highlight

Display.

2. Push the menu switch MENU, use the select switch to highlight the display to change, and then push the menu switch MENU again.

3. Use the select switch to highlight the item to change, and then push the menu switch MENU.

4

5

Unit

km or mile km

km/L or L/100km km/L

MENU

Maintenance Time Trip Unit Display Brightness Clock All Reset

Display

Display-1 Display-2

Display-3

Display-1

1-1 A.TEMP

1-2 C.TEMP

1-3 TIME TRIP

IN

4

6

Ad 1

2

When the hour digits start flash- ing, use the select switch to set the hours.

Push the menu switch MENU, and the minute digits start flash- ing. Use the select switch to set the minutes. Push the menu switch MENU to return to the setting mode menu.

etting all of the display items Use the select switch to highlight All Reset.

Clock

5 55 AM

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. Use the select switch to highlight , and then push the menu switch MENU to return to the setting mode menu.

justing the meter panel brightness . Use the select switch to highlight

Brightness.

. Push the menu switch MENU.

3. Use the select switch to select the desired brightness level, and then push the menu switch MENU to return to the setting mode menu.

Setting the clock 1. Use the select switch to highlight

Clock.

2. Push the menu switch MENU.

3.

4.

5.

6.

Res 1.

Display

Display-1

Display-2

Display-3

MENU

Maintenance Time Trip Unit Display Brightness Clock All Reset

Brightness

MENU

Maintenance Time Trip Unit Display Brightness Clock All Reset

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4

T

T re

OTICE ECA11591

the display indicates an error

de, the vehicle should be checked

soon as possible in order to avoid

gine damage.

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2. Push the menu switch MENU. 3. Use the select switch to highlight

YES, and then push the menu switch MENU.

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he odometer and the clock cannot be set.

Self-diagnosis mode

This model is equipped with a self-di- agnosis device for various electrical circuits. If a problem is detected in any of those circuits, the engine trouble warning light will come on and the in- formation display will indicate an error code. If the information display indicates any error codes, note the code number, and then have a Yamaha dealer check the vehicle.

N

If

co

as

en

MENU

Maintenance Time Trip Unit Display Brightness Clock All Reset

All Reset

YES

NO

1. Engine trouble warning light 2. Error code display

GEAR

N 25

A.TEMP C

Lo C.TEMP C

0:00 TIME TRIP

1 2

IN

4

D D- en m Pu to 4- m

TI

Be un op

M

M in

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ndlebar switches

t

1.

elect switch / enu switch MENU immer/Pass switch / /PASS urn signal switch / orn switch

2 1

3

4 5

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-mode (drive mode) mode is an electronically controlled gine performance system with three ode selections (STD, A, and B). sh the drive mode switch MODE

switch between modes. (See page 18 for an explanation of the drive ode switch.)

P

fore using D-mode, make sure you derstand its operation along with the eration of the drive mode switch.

ode STD

ode STD is suitable for various rid- g conditions.

This mode allows the rider to enjoy smooth and sporty drivability from the low-speed range to the high-speed range.

Mode A

Mode A offers a sportier engine re- sponse in the low- to mid-speed range compared to mode STD.

Mode B

Mode B offers response that is somewhat less sharp compared to mode STD for riding situations that require especially sensitive throttle op- eration.

Ha

Lef

Drive mode switch MODE

1

1. S 2. M 3. D 4. T 5. H

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R

D

S b T s h

T

T s tu re

EAU12735

zard switch

th the key in the ON or posi- n, use this switch to turn on the haz- lights (simultaneous flashing of all n signal lights). e hazard lights are used in case of an ergency or to warn other drivers en your vehicle is stopped where it ght be a traffic hazard.

OTICE ECA10062

not use the hazard lights for an

tended length of time with the en-

e not running, otherwise the bat-

y may discharge.

EAU59010

nu switch MENU

is switch is used to perform selec- ns in the setting mode display of the lti-function meter unit. e Multi-function meter unit on ge 4-4 for detailed information.

1. 2. 3.

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ight

EAU54201

immer/Pass switch / /PASS

et this switch to for the high eam and to for the low beam. o flash the high beam, push the pass ide PASS of the switch while the eadlights are on low beam.

EAU12461

urn signal switch /

o signal a right-hand turn, push this witch to . To signal a left-hand rn, push this switch to . When leased, the switch returns to the cen-

ter position. To cancel the turn signal lights, push the switch in after it has re- turned to the center position.

EAU12501

Horn switch

Press this switch to sound the horn.

EAU54211

Start/Engine stop switch / /

To crank the engine with the starter, set this switch to , and then push the side of the switch. See page 6-1 for starting instructions prior to starting the engine. Set this switch to to stop the en- gine in case of an emergency, such as when the vehicle overturns or when the throttle cable is stuck.

EAU42342

The engine trouble warning light and ABS warning light may come on when the key is turned to ON and the start switch is pushed, but this does not in- dicate a malfunction.

Ha

Wi tio ard tur Th em wh mi

N

Do

ex

gin

ter

Me

Th tio mu Se pa

Start/Engine stop switch / / Drive mode switch MODE Hazard switch

1

2 3

IN

4

Se

Th tio se tio Se pa

Dr

Do

ve

Us m lo ST Th clo m tio

TI

EAU12821

tch lever

clutch lever is located at the left dlebar grip. To disengage the

tch, pull the lever toward the han- bar grip. To engage the clutch, re- se the lever. The lever should be led rapidly and released slowly for ooth clutch operation. clutch lever is equipped with a

tch switch, which is part of the igni- circuit cut-off system. (See page 5.)

lutch lever

1

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lect switch /

is switch is used to perform selec- ns in the information display and tting mode display of the multi-func- n meter unit. e Multi-function meter unit on ge 4-4 for detailed information.

EAU47496

ive mode switch MODE

WARNING

EWA15341

not change the D-mode while the

hicle is moving.

ing this switch changes the drive ode to STD, A, or B in the fol- wing order: D A B STD e throttle grip must be completely sed in order to change the drive

ode. (See page 4-16 for an explana- n of each drive mode.)

P

The mode is set to STD by de- fault. The mode resets to STD when the key is turned to OFF.

The selected mode is shown on the drive mode display. (See page 4-7.)

Clu

The han clu dle lea pul sm The clu tion 4-3

1. C

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S

T s c s s th

EAU12944

ake pedal

e brake pedal is located on the right e of the motorcycle. To apply the r brake, press down on the brake dal.

1. Brake pedal

1

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EAU12872

hift pedal

he shift pedal is located on the left ide of the motorcycle and is used in ombination with the clutch lever when hifting the gears of the 6-speed con- tant-mesh transmission equipped on is motorcycle.

EAU26825

Brake lever The brake lever is located on the right side of the handlebar. To apply the front brake, pull the lever toward the throttle grip.

The brake lever is equipped with a brake lever position adjusting dial. To adjust the distance between the brake lever and the throttle grip, turn the ad- justing dial while holding the lever pushed away from the throttle grip. Make sure that the appropriate setting on the adjusting dial is aligned with the mark on the brake lever.

Br

Th sid rea pe

Shift pedal

1

1. Brake lever 2. Distance between brake lever and throttle

grip 3. Brake lever position adjusting dial 4. mark

2 3 4

1

1.

IN

4

A Th Sy tro re O w is be al. th no du

Al

fro

rid

Th w tio

ront wheel sensor ront wheel sensor rotor

ear wheel sensor ear wheel sensor rotor

2

1

1

2

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EAU63040

BS e Yamaha ABS (Anti-lock Brake stem) features a dual electronic con- l system, which acts on the front and

ar brakes independently. perate the brakes with ABS as you ould conventional brakes. If the ABS activated, a pulsating sensation may felt at the brake lever or brake ped- In this situation, continue to apply e brakes and let the ABS work; do t pump the brakes as this will re- ce braking effectiveness.

WARNING

EWA16051

ways keep a sufficient distance

m the vehicle ahead to match the

ing speed even with ABS.

The ABS performs best with

long braking distances.

On certain surfaces, such as

rough or gravel roads, the brak-

ing distance may be longer with

the ABS than without.

e ABS is monitored by an ECU, hich will revert the system to conven- nal braking if a malfunction occurs.

TIP

The ABS performs a self-diagno- sis test each time the vehicle first starts off after the key is turned to ON and the vehicle has traveled at a speed of 10 km/h (6 mi/h) or higher. During this test, a click- ing noise can be heard from the hydraulic control unit, and if the brake lever or brake pedal is even slightly applied, a vibration can be felt at the lever and pedal, but these do not indicate a malfunc- tion.

This ABS has a test mode which allows the owner to experience the pulsation at the brake lever or brake pedal when the ABS is op- erating. However, special tools are required, so please consult your Yamaha dealer.

NOTICE ECA20100

Be careful not to damage the wheel

sensor or wheel sensor rotor; other-

wise, improper performance of the

ABS will result.

1. F 2. F

1. R 2. R

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4

T T m s w re tr s p s lig tr

T

T e th

T

s

fo

c

to

tu

s

a

p

rning on/off the traction control

stem

WARNING

EWA15441

sure to stop the vehicle before

king any setting changes to the

ction control system. Changing

ttings while riding can distract the

erator and increase the risk of an

cident.

turn off the traction control system, sh the TCS button on the multi- ction meter unit for at least 2 sec- ds. The TCS indicator/warning ht will come on. turn on the traction control system, sh the TCS button again. The CS indicator/warning light will go .

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raction control system he traction control system helps aintain traction when accelerating on

lippery surfaces, such as unpaved or et roads. If sensors detect that the ar wheel is starting to slip (uncon- olled spinning), the traction control ystem assists by regulating engine ower as needed until traction is re- tored. The TCS indicator/warning ht flashes to let the rider know that

action control has engaged.

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he rider may also notice slight chang- s in engine and exhaust sounds when e traction control system is engaged.

WARNING

EWA15432

he traction control system is not a

ubstitute for riding appropriately

r the conditions. Traction control

annot prevent loss of traction due

excessive speed when entering

rns, when accelerating hard at a

harp lean angle, or while braking,

nd cannot prevent front wheel slip-

ing. As with any motorcycle, ap-

proach surfaces that may be

slippery with caution and avoid es-

pecially slippery surfaces.

When the key is turned to ON, the traction control system automatically turns on. The traction control system can be turned on or off manually only when the key is in the ON position and the motorcycle is stopped.

TIP

Turn the traction control system off to help free the rear wheel if the motorcy- cle gets stuck in mud, sand, or other soft surfaces.

NOTICE ECA16801

Use only the specified tires. (See

page 7-18.) Using different sized

tires will prevent the traction control

system from controlling tire rotation

accurately.

Tu

sy

Be

ma

tra

se

op

ac

To pu fun on lig To pu T off

IN

4

Re

Th ab

If di to bl

EAU13075

el tank cap

open the fuel tank cap

en the fuel tank cap lock cover, in- t the key into the lock, and then turn /4 turn clockwise. The lock will be ased and the fuel tank cap can be ned.

close the fuel tank cap

Push the fuel tank cap into posi- tion with the key inserted in the lock. Turn the key counterclockwise to the original position, remove it, and then close the lock cover.

1. 2.

nlock. uel tank cap lock cover

2

1

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setting

e traction control system will be dis- led in the following conditions:

The rear wheel is rotated with the centerstand down and the key in the ON position. Either the front wheel or rear wheel comes off the ground while riding. Excessive rear wheel spinning.

the traction control system has been sabled, both the TCS indica- r/warning light and the engine trou- e warning light come on.

To reset the traction control system Turn the key to OFF. Wait at least 1 second, then turn the key back to ON. The TCS indicator/warning light should go off and the system will be enabled. The engine trouble warn- ing light should go off after the motor- cycle reaches at least 20 km/h (12 mi/h). If the TCS indicator/warning light and/or engine trouble warning light still remain on after resetting, the motorcycle may still be ridden; howev- er, have a Yamaha dealer check the motorcycle as soon as possible.

Fu

To

Op ser it 1 rele ope

To

1.

2.

TCS button Traction control system indicator/warning light TCS

1 2

1. U 2. F

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L

. Wipe up any spilled fuel immedi- ately. NOTICE: Immediately

wipe off spilled fuel with a clean,

dry, soft cloth, since fuel may

deteriorate painted surfaces or

plastic parts. [ECA10072]

. Be sure to securely close the fuel tank cap.

WARNING

EWA15152

soline is poisonous and can

use injury or death. Handle gaso-

e with care. Never siphon gasoline

mouth. If you should swallow

me gasoline or inhale a lot of gas-

ne vapor, or get some gasoline in

ur eyes, see your doctor immedi-

Fuel tank filler tube Maximum fuel level

1 2

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IP

he fuel tank cap cannot be closed un- ss the key is in the lock. In addition, e key cannot be removed if the cap is

ot properly closed and locked.

WARNING

EWA11092

ake sure that the fuel tank cap is

roperly closed after filling fuel.

eaking fuel is a fire hazard.

EAU13222

Fuel Make sure there is sufficient gasoline in the tank.

WARNING

EWA10882

Gasoline and gasoline vapors are

extremely flammable. To avoid fires

and explosions and to reduce the

risk of injury when refueling, follow

these instructions.

1. Before refueling, turn off the en- gine and be sure that no one is sit- ting on the vehicle. Never refuel while smoking, or while in the vi- cinity of sparks, open flames, or other sources of ignition such as the pilot lights of water heaters and clothes dryers.

2. Do not overfill the fuel tank. When refueling, be sure to insert the pump nozzle into the fuel tank filler hole. Stop filling when the fuel reaches the bottom of the filler tube. Because fuel expands when it heats up, heat from the engine or the sun can cause fuel to spill out of the fuel tank.

3

4

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ca

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1. 2.

IN

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EAU51182

el tank breather hose and erflow hose

California: See page 7-11 for ather hose information.

ore operating the motorcycle: Check each hose connection. Check each hose for cracks or damage, and replace if necessary. Make sure that the end of each hose is not blocked, and clean if necessary. Make sure that each hose is rout- ed through the clamp.

uel tank breather hose and overflow hose lamp

2

1

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ely. If gasoline spills on your skin,

ash with soap and water. If gaso-

e spills on your clothing, change

ur clothes.

EAU46104

OTICE ECA11401

e only unleaded gasoline. The use

leaded gasoline will cause severe

mage to internal engine parts,

ch as the valves and piston rings,

well as to the exhaust system.

ur Yamaha engine has been de- ned to use premium unleaded gas-

ine with a pump octane number +M)/2] of 91 or higher, or a research tane number of 95 or higher. If ocking (or pinging) occurs, use a

gasoline of a different brand. Use of unleaded fuel will extend spark plug life and reduce maintenance costs. Gasohol

There are two types of gasohol: gaso- hol containing ethanol and that con- taining methanol. Gasohol containing ethanol can be used if the ethanol con- tent does not exceed 10% (E10). Gas- ohol containing methanol is not recommended by Yamaha because it can cause damage to the fuel system or vehicle performance problems.

Fu ov

TIP

For bre

Bef

Recommended fuel: Premium unleaded gasoline (Gaso- hol (E10) acceptable)

Fuel tank capacity: 18 L (4.76 US gal, 3.96 Imp.gal)

Fuel reserve amount: 2.6 L (0.69 US gal, 0.57 Imp.gal) 1. F

2. C

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C T c

T

e

b

EAU65800

ats

ssenger seat

remove the passenger seat . Insert the key into the seat lock,

and then turn it counterclockwise.

. Lift the front of the passenger seat and pull it forward.

install the passenger seat . Insert the projections on the rear

of the passenger seat into the seat holders as shown, and then push the front of the seat down to lock it in place.

Seat lock Unlock.

1

2

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EAU13434

atalytic converter his model is equipped with a catalytic onverter in the exhaust system.

WARNING

EWA10863

he exhaust system is hot after op-

ration. To prevent a fire hazard or

urns:

Do not park the vehicle near

possible fire hazards such as

grass or other materials that

easily burn.

Park the vehicle in a place

where pedestrians or children

are not likely to touch the hot

exhaust system.

Make sure that the exhaust sys-

tem has cooled down before

doing any maintenance work.

Do not allow the engine to idle

more than a few minutes. Long

idling can cause a build-up of

heat.

NOTICE ECA10702

Use only unleaded gasoline. The use

of leaded gasoline will cause unre-

pairable damage to the catalytic

converter.

Se

Pa

To 1

2

To 1

1. 2.

IN

4

2

Ri

To 1 2

Install the passenger seat.

Make sure that the seats are prop- erly secured before riding. The rider seat height can be ad- justed to change the riding posi- tion. (See the following section.)

1. 2.

rojection eat holder

2

1

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. Remove the key.

der seat

remove the rider seat . Remove the passenger seat. . Remove the cap, then push the

rider seat lock lever, located under the back of the rider seat, to the left as shown, and then pull the seat off.

To install the rider seat 1. Install the cap with the arrow mark

facing forward. 2. Insert the projection on the front of

the rider seat into the seat holder as shown, and then push the rear of the seat down to lock it in place.

3.

TIP

Projection Seat holder

1

2

1. Cap 2. Rider seat lock lever

2

1

1. P 2. S

NTROL FUNCTIONS

4

A T to e T th

T

th

. Insert the projection on the front of the rider seat into seat holder B as shown.

. Align the projection on the bottom of the rider seat with the H posi- tion slot, and then push the rear of the seat down to lock it in place as shown.

1. 2.

Projection Seat holder B (for high position)

2

1

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EAU63050

djusting the rider seat height he rider seat height can be adjusted one of two positions to suit the rid-

rs preference. he rider seat height was adjusted to e lower position at delivery.

o change the rider seat height to

e high position

1. Remove the passenger seat and rider seat. (See page 4-25.)

2. Remove the rider seat height posi- tion adjuster by pulling it upward.

3. Install the rider seat height posi- tion adjuster by inserting the front projections into the grommets.

4

5

Low position High position

12

1. Rider seat height position adjuster

1. Rider seat height position adjuster 2. Projection 3. Grommet

1

12

3

3

1. 2.

2

IN

4

6

To

th

1

2

3

Align the projection on the bottom of the rider seat with the L posi- tion slot, and then push the rear of the seat down to lock it in place as shown.

Install the passenger seat.

ke sure that the seats are properly ured before riding.

1. 2.

rojection L position slot

1 2

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. Install the passenger seat.

change the rider seat height to

e low position

. Remove the passenger seat and rider seat. (See page 4-25.)

. Remove the rider seat height posi- tion adjuster by pulling it upward.

. Install the rider seat height posi- tion adjuster by inserting the rear projections into the grommets.

4. Insert the projection on the front of the rider seat into seat holder A as shown.

5.

6.

TIP

Ma sec

Projection H position slot

1 2

1. Rider seat height position adjuster 2. Projection 3. Grommet

1. Projection 2. Seat holder A (for low position)

12

3

3

2

12

1. P 2.

NTROL FUNCTIONS

4

H T p b s

T

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EAU14465

orage compartment

e storage compartment is located der the passenger seat. (See page 5.) en storing documents or other

ms in the storage compartment, be re to wrap them in a plastic bag so t they will not get wet. When wash- the vehicle, be careful not to let any ter enter the storage compartment.

WARNING

EWA10962

Do not exceed the load limit of 3

kg (7 lb) for the storage com-

partment. 1. 2. 3.

Storage compartment

1

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EAU63060

elmet holder he helmet holder is located under the assenger seat. A helmet holding ca- le is provided in the owners tool kit to ecure a helmet to the helmet holder.

o secure a helmet to the helmet

older

1. Remove the passenger seat. (See page 4-25.)

2. Pass the helmet holding cable through the buckle on the helmet strap as shown, and then hook the cable loops over the helmet hold- er.

3. Place the helmet on the right side of the vehicle, and then install the seat. WARNING! Never ride with

a helmet attached to the helmet

holder, since the helmet may hit

objects, causing loss of control

and possibly an accident. [EWA10162]

To release the helmet from the hel-

met holder

Remove the passenger seat, remove the helmet holding cable from the hel- met holder and the helmet, and then in- stall the seat.

St

Th un 4-2 Wh ite su tha ing wa

Helmet Helmet holding cable Helmet holder

3

21

1.

IN

4

ke sure that the projection on the e plate holder fits into the corre- nding hole in the slide plate.

Tighten the adjusting knobs.

atch mark lide plate lide plate holder

2

1 3

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Do not exceed the maximum

load of FJ09F 180 kg (397 lb)

FJ09FC 179 kg (395 lb) for the

vehicle.

EAU63070

Windshield To suit the riders preference, the wind- shield can be changed to one of three positions.

To adjust the windshield height

1. Loosen the windshield height po- sition adjusting knob on each side of the windshield until resistance is felt. NOTICE: Do not continue

turning the knob after resis-

tance is felt. Otherwise, the

knob could be damaged. [ECA20211]

2. Align the slide plate holder on the left side of the windshield with the match mark at the desired posi- tion.

TIP

Ma slid spo

3.

1. Windshield height position adjusting knob

1

1. M 2. S 3. S

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4

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A

b

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bound damping force

e rebound damping force is adjust- on the right front fork leg only. increase the rebound damping ce and thereby harden the rebound mping, turn the adjusting screw in ection (a). To decrease the rebound mping force and thereby soften the ound damping, turn the adjusting

rew in direction (b).

Spring preload setting: Minimum (soft):

Distance A = 19.0 mm (0.75 in) Standard:

Distance A = 16.0 mm (0.63 in) Maximum (hard):

Distance A = 4.0 mm (0.16 in)

Rebound damping force adjusting screw

1(a) (b)

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EAU62450

djusting the front fork

WARNING

EWA14671

lways adjust the spring preload on

oth fork legs equally, otherwise

oor handling and loss of stability

ay result.

ach front fork leg is equipped with a pring preload adjusting bolt. The right ont fork leg is equipped with a re- ound damping force adjusting screw.

OTICE ECA10102

o avoid damaging the mechanism,

o not attempt to turn beyond the

aximum or minimum settings.

pring preload

o increase the spring preload and ereby harden the suspension, turn e adjusting bolt on each fork leg in di- ction (a). To decrease the spring pre- ad and thereby soften the

uspension, turn the adjusting bolt on ach fork leg in direction (b).

The spring preload setting is deter- mined by measuring distance A, shown in the illustration. The shorter distance A is, the higher the spring pre- load; the longer distance A is, the lower the spring preload.

Re

Th ed To for da dir da reb sc

1. Spring preload adjusting bolt

1. Distance A

11

(a) (b) (a) (b)

1

1.

IN

4

TI

Al da m sp in cli ju ju ch da an ne

Align the appropriate notch in the adjusting ring with the position in- dicator on the shock absorber. Use the special wrench and the extension bar included in the own- ers tool kit to make the adjust- ment.

pring preload adjusting ring pecial wrench xtension bar osition indicator

pring preload setting: Minimum (soft):

1 Standard:

4 Maximum (hard):

7

7 6 5 4 3 2 1

1

(b)

(a)

4

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P

though the total number of clicks of a mping force adjusting mechanism ay not exactly match the above ecifications due to small differences

production, the actual number of cks always represents the entire ad- sting range. To obtain a precise ad- stment, it would be advisable to eck the number of clicks of each mping force adjusting mechanism d to modify the specifications as cessary.

EAU57940

Adjusting the shock absorber assembly This shock absorber assembly is equipped with a spring preload adjust- ing ring and a rebound damping force adjusting screw.

NOTICE ECA10102

To avoid damaging the mechanism,

do not attempt to turn beyond the

maximum or minimum settings.

Spring preload

To increase the spring preload and thereby harden the suspension, turn the adjusting ring in direction (a). To decrease the spring preload and there- by soften the suspension, turn the ad- justing ring in direction (b).

Rebound damping setting: Minimum (soft):

11 click(s) in direction (b)* Standard:

7 click(s) in direction (b)* Maximum (hard):

1 click(s) in direction (b)* * With the adjusting screw fully

turned in direction (a)

1. S 2. S 3. E 4. P

S

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4

R

T fo d d d re s

Do not dispose of a damaged or

worn-out shock absorber as-

sembly yourself. Take the shock

absorber assembly to a Yamaha

dealer for any service.

1.

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ebound damping force

o increase the rebound damping rce and thereby harden the rebound amping, turn the adjusting screw in irection (a). To decrease the rebound amping force and thereby soften the bound damping, turn the adjusting

crew in direction (b).

TIP

To obtain a precise adjustment, it is advisable to check the actual total number of turns of the damping force adjusting mechanism. This adjustment range may not exactly match the spec- ifications listed due to small differenc- es in production.

WARNING

EWA10222

This shock absorber assembly con-

tains highly pressurized nitrogen

gas. Read and understand the fol-

lowing information before handling

the shock absorber assembly.

Do not tamper with or attempt

to open the cylinder assembly.

Do not subject the shock ab-

sorber assembly to an open

flame or other high heat source.

This may cause the unit to ex-

plode due to excessive gas

pressure.

Do not deform or damage the

cylinder in any way. Cylinder

damage will result in poor

damping performance.

Rebound damping force adjusting screw

Rebound damping setting: Minimum (soft):

3 turn(s) in direction (b)* Standard:

1 1/2 turn(s) in direction (b)* Maximum (hard):

Adjusting screw fully turned in di- rection (a)

* With the adjusting screw fully turned in direction (a)

1 (a)(b)

IN

4

Lu

Th eig on

system regularly and have a

aha dealer repair it if it does not

ction properly.

1.

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EAU63080

ggage strap holders

ere are ten luggage strap holders, ht below the passenger seat and e on each passenger footrest.

EAU15306

Sidestand The sidestand is located on the left side of the frame. Raise the sidestand or lower it with your foot while holding the vehicle upright.

TIP

The built-in sidestand switch is part of the ignition circuit cut-off system, which cuts the ignition in certain situa- tions. (See the following section for an explanation of the ignition circuit cut- off system.)

WARNING

EWA10242

The vehicle must not be ridden with

the sidestand down, or if the side-

stand cannot be properly moved up

(or does not stay up), otherwise the

sidestand could contact the ground

and distract the operator, resulting

in a possible loss of control.

Yamahas ignition circuit cut-off

system has been designed to assist

the operator in fulfilling the respon-

sibility of raising the sidestand be-

fore starting off. Therefore, check

this

Yam

fun

Luggage strap holder

1

1 1

NTROL FUNCTIONS

4

Ig T (c c th

P ig in

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EAU54491

nition circuit cut-off system he ignition circuit cut-off system omprising the sidestand switch, lutch switch and neutral switch) has e following functions. It prevents starting when the

transmission is in gear and the sidestand is up, but the clutch le- ver is not pulled.

It prevents starting when the transmission is in gear and the clutch lever is pulled, but the side- stand is still down.

It cuts the running engine when the transmission is in gear and the sidestand is moved down.

eriodically check the operation of the nition circuit cut-off system accord- g to the following procedure.

IN

4

h may not be working correctly. should not be ridden until

aha dealer.

may not be working correctly. should not be ridden until

aha dealer.

itch may not be working correctly. should not be ridden until

aha dealer.

ust be placed on the center- his inspection. n is noted, have a Yamaha he system before riding.

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With the engine turned off: 1. Move the sidestand down. 2. Make sure that the start/engine stop switch is set to . 3. Turn the key on. 4. Shift the transmission into the neutral position. 5. Push the side of the start/engine stop switch. Does the engine start?

With the engine still running: 6. Move the sidestand up. 7. Keep the clutch lever pulled. 8. Shift the transmission into gear. 9. Move the sidestand down. Does the engine stall?

After the engine has stalled: 10. Move the sidestand up. 11. Keep the clutch lever pulled. 12. Push the side of the start/engine stop switch. Does the engine start?

The system is OK. The motorcycle can be ridden.

YES NO

YES NO

YES NO

The neutral switc The motorcycle checked by a Yam

The clutch switch The motorcycle checked by a Yam

The sidestand sw The motorcycle checked by a Yam

The vehicle m stand during t If a malfunctio dealer check t

WARNING

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EAU49453

uxiliary DC jack

WARNING

EWA14361

o prevent electrical shock or short-

ircuiting, make sure that the cap is

stalled when the auxiliary DC jack

not being used.

OTICE ECA15432

he accessory connected to the

uxiliary DC jack should not be used

ith the engine turned off, and the

ad must never exceed 24 W (2 A),

therwise the fuse may blow or the

attery may discharge.

his vehicle is equipped with an auxil- ry DC jack. 12-V accessory connected to the uxiliary DC jack can be used when the ey is in the ON position and should nly be used when the engine is run- ing.

o use the auxiliary DC jack

1. Turn the key to OFF. 2. Remove the auxiliary DC jack cap.

3. Turn the accessory off. 4. Insert the accessory plug into the

auxiliary DC jack.

5. Turn the key to ON, and then start the engine. (See page 6-1.)

6. Turn the accessory on.

1. Auxiliary DC jack cap

1. Auxiliary DC jack

1

1

F

5

EAU15598

In dition. Always follow the inspection an

EWA11152

Fa accident or equipment damage.

D ed by the procedures provided in

th

Be

PAGE

F acks or

4-23, 4-24

E 7-11

C 7-14

F 7-22, 7-23

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spect your vehicle each time you use it to make sure the vehicle is in safe operating con d maintenance procedures and schedules described in the Owners Manual.

WARNING

ilure to inspect or maintain the vehicle properly increases the possibility of an

o not operate the vehicle if you find any problem. If a problem cannot be correct

is manual, have the vehicle inspected by a Yamaha dealer.

fore using this vehicle, check the following points:

ITEM CHECKS

uel

Check fuel level in fuel tank. Refuel if necessary. Check fuel line for leakage. Check fuel tank breather hose and overflow hose for obstructions, cr

damage, and check hose connections.

ngine oil Check oil level in engine. If necessary, add recommended oil to specified level. Check vehicle for oil leakage.

oolant Check coolant level in reservoir. If necessary, add recommended coolant to specified level. Check cooling system for leakage.

ront brake

Check operation. If soft or spongy, have Yamaha dealer bleed hydraulic system. Check brake pads for wear. Replace if necessary. Check fluid level in reservoir. If necessary, add specified brake fluid to specified level. Check hydraulic system for leakage.

PERATION CHECKS

5

R 7-22, 7-23

C 7-21

T bricate ca- 7-17, 7-27

C 7-27

D 7-25, 7-26

W 7-18, 7-20

B 7-28

B 7-28

C 7-29

PAGE

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5-2

ear brake

Check operation. If soft or spongy, have Yamaha dealer bleed hydraulic system. Check brake pads for wear. Replace if necessary. Check fluid level in reservoir. If necessary, add specified brake fluid to specified level. Check hydraulic system for leakage.

lutch

Check operation. Lubricate cable if necessary. Check lever free play. Adjust if necessary.

hrottle grip

Make sure that operation is smooth. Check throttle grip free play. If necessary, have Yamaha dealer adjust throttle grip free play and lu

ble and grip housing.

ontrol cables Make sure that operation is smooth. Lubricate if necessary.

rive chain

Check chain slack. Adjust if necessary. Check chain condition. Lubricate if necessary.

heels and tires

Check for damage. Check tire condition and tread depth. Check air pressure. Correct if necessary.

rake and shift pedals Make sure that operation is smooth. Lubricate pedal pivoting points if necessary.

rake and clutch levers Make sure that operation is smooth. Lubricate lever pivoting points if necessary.

enterstand, sidestand Make sure that operation is smooth. Lubricate pivots if necessary.

ITEM CHECKS

F

5

C

In a

S 4-34

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hassis fasteners Make sure that all nuts, bolts and screws are properly tightened. Tighten if necessary.

struments, lights, signals nd switches

Check operation. Correct if necessary.

idestand switch Check operation of ignition circuit cut-off system. If system is not working correctly, have Yamaha dealer check vehicle.

ITEM CHECKS

ANT RIDING POINTS

6

R b th u

F

th

tr

o

EAU64100

arting the engine order for the ignition circuit cut-off stem to enable starting, one of the lowing conditions must be met:

The transmission is in the neutral position. The transmission is in gear with the clutch lever pulled and the sidestand up. See page 4-35 for more informa- tion.

. Turn the key to ON and make sure that the start/engine stop switch is set to . The following lights should come on for a few seconds, then go off. Oil level warning light Engine trouble warning light Traction control system indi-

cator/warning light

OTICE ECA11834

a warning or indicator light does

t come on initially when the key is

ned to ON, or if a warning or in-

ator light remains on, see page

for the corresponding warning

d indicator light circuit check.

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EAU15952

ead the Owners Manual carefully to ecome familiar with all controls. If ere is a control or function you do not

nderstand, ask your Yamaha dealer.

WARNING

EWA10272

ailure to familiarize yourself with

e controls can lead to loss of con-

ol, which could cause an accident

r injury.

EAU48712

TIP

This model is equipped with: a lean angle sensor to stop the en-

gine in case of a turnover. In this case, the display will indicate error code 30, but this is not a malfunc- tion. Turn the key to OFF and then to ON to clear the error code. Failing to do so will prevent the engine from starting even though the engine will crank when pushing the start switch.

an engine auto-stop system. The engine stops automatically if left idling for 20 minutes. If the engine stops, simply push the start switch to restart the engine.

St In sy fol

1

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2

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EAU16673

ifting

fting gears lets you control the ount of engine power available for rting off, accelerating, climbing hills, . gear positions are shown in the il-

tration.

shift the transmission into the neu- position, press the shift pedal down eatedly until it reaches the end of its el, and then slightly raise it.

hift pedal eutral position

1 N 2 3 4 5 6

1

2

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The ABS warning light should come on when the key is turned to ON, and then go off after travel- ing at a speed of 10 km/h (6 mi/h) or higher.

OTICE ECA17682

the ABS warning light does not

me on and then go off as ex-

ained above, see page 4-2 for the

arning light circuit check.

. Shift the transmission into the neutral position. The neutral indi- cator light should come on. If not, ask a Yamaha dealer to check the electrical circuit.

. Start the engine by pushing the side of the start/engine stop switch. If the engine fails to start, release the start/engine stop switch, wait a few seconds, and then try again. Each starting attempt should be as short as possible to preserve the battery. Do not crank the en- gine more than 10 seconds on any one attempt.

NOTICE ECA11043

For maximum engine life, never ac-

celerate hard when the engine is

cold!

Sh

Shi am sta etc The lus

TIP

To tral rep trav

1. S 2. N

ANT RIDING POINTS

6

N

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clutch lever in, use the brakes to slow the motorcycle, and continue to downshift as necessary.

. Once the motorcycle has stopped, the transmission can be shifted into the neutral position. The neutral indicator light should come on and then the clutch lever can be released.

WARNING

EWA17380

Improper braking can cause

loss of control or traction. Al-

ways use both brakes and apply

them smoothly.

Make sure that the motorcycle

and the engine have sufficiently

slowed before shifting to a low-

er gear. Engaging a lower gear

when the vehicle or engine

speed is too high could make

the rear wheel lose traction or

the engine to over-rev. This

could cause loss of control, an

accident and injury. It could also

cause engine or drive train dam-

age.

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OTICE ECA10261

Even with the transmission in

the neutral position, do not

coast for long periods of time

with the engine off, and do not

tow the motorcycle for long dis-

tances. The transmission is

properly lubricated only when

the engine is running. Inade-

quate lubrication may damage

the transmission.

Always use the clutch while

changing gears to avoid dam-

aging the engine, transmission,

and drive train, which are not

designed to withstand the

shock of forced shifting.

EAU16682

o start out and accelerate

1. Pull the clutch lever to disengage the clutch.

2. Shift the transmission into first gear. The neutral indicator light should go out.

3. Open the throttle gradually, and at the same time, release the clutch lever slowly.

4. At the recommended shift points shown in the following table, close the throttle, and at the same time, quickly pull the clutch lever in.

5. Shift the transmission into second gear. (Make sure not to shift the transmission into the neutral posi- tion.)

6. Open the throttle part way and gradually release the clutch lever.

7. Follow the same procedure when shifting to the next higher gear.

TIP

When shifting gears in normal operat- ing conditions, use the recommended shift points.

EAU58270

To decelerate

1. Release the throttle and apply both the front and the rear brakes smoothly to slow the motorcycle.

2. At the recommended shift points shown in the following table, shift to a lower gear.

3. When the motorcycle reaches 25 km/h (16 mi/h), the engine is about to stall or runs roughly, pull the

4

O

6

Re

Th ac sh

0 km (1000 mi) and beyond

vehicle can now be operated nor- lly.

TICE ECA20190

Keep the engine speed out of

the tachometer high-rpm zone.

If any engine trouble should oc-

cur during the engine break-in

period, immediately have a

Yamaha dealer check the vehi-

cle.

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EAU58280

commended shift points

e recommended shift points during celeration and deceleration are own in the table below.

EAU16842

Engine break-in There is never a more important period in the life of your engine than the period between 0 and 1600 km (1000 mi). For this reason, you should read the fol- lowing material carefully. Since the engine is brand new, do not put an excessive load on it for the first 1600 km (1000 mi). The various parts in the engine wear and polish themselves to the correct operating clearances. During this period, prolonged full-throt- tle operation or any condition that might result in engine overheating must be avoided.

EAU63170

01000 km (0600 mi)

Avoid prolonged operation above 5600 r/min. NOTICE: After 1000 km (600

mi) of operation, the engine oil must

be changed and the oil filter car-

tridge or element replaced. [ECA10303]

10001600 km (6001000 mi)

Avoid prolonged operation above 6800 r/min.

160

The ma

NO

Shift up points: 1st 2nd: 20 km/h (12 mi/h) 2nd 3rd: 30 km/h (19 mi/h) 3rd 4th: 40 km/h (25 mi/h) 4th 5th: 50 km/h (31 mi/h) 5th 6th: 60 km/h (37 mi/h)

Shift down points: 6th 5th: 45 km/h (28 mi/h) 5th 4th: 35 km/h (22 mi/h) 4th 3rd: 25 km/h (16 mi/h)

ANT RIDING POINTS

6

P W th s

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EAU17214

arking hen parking, stop the engine, and en remove the key from the main

witch.

WARNING

EWA10312

Since the engine and exhaust

system can become very hot,

park in a place where pedestri-

ans or children are not likely to

touch them and be burned.

Do not park on a slope or on soft

ground, otherwise the vehicle

may overturn, increasing the

risk of a fuel leak and fire.

Do not park near grass or other

flammable materials which

might catch fire.

P

7

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EAU17303

ission controls not only function to ure cleaner air, but are also vital to per engine operation and maximum formance. In the following periodic intenance charts, the services relat- to emissions control are grouped arately. These services require cialized data, knowledge, and ipment. Maintenance, replace-

nt, or repair of the emission control ices and systems may be per- ed by any repair establishment or

ividual that is certified (if applicable). aha dealers are trained and

ipped to perform these particular vices.

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EAU17245

riodic inspection, adjustment, and brication will keep your vehicle in the fest and most efficient condition ssible. Safety is an obligation of the hicle owner/operator. The most im- rtant points of vehicle inspection, justment, and lubrication are ex-

ained on the following pages. e intervals given in the periodic aintenance charts should be simply nsidered as a general guide under rmal riding conditions. However, de- nding on the weather, terrain, geo- aphical location, and individual use, e maintenance intervals may need to shortened.

WARNING

EWA10322

ilure to properly maintain the vehi-

e or performing maintenance ac-

ities incorrectly may increase

ur risk of injury or death during

rvice or while using the vehicle. If

u are not familiar with vehicle ser-

ce, have a Yamaha dealer perform

rvice.

WARNING

EWA15123

Turn off the engine when performing

maintenance unless otherwise

specified.

A running engine has moving

parts that can catch on body

parts or clothing and electrical

parts that can cause shocks or

fires.

Running the engine while ser-

vicing can lead to eye injury,

burns, fire, or carbon monoxide

poisoning possibly leading to

death. See page 2-3 for more in-

formation about carbon monox-

ide.

WARNING

EWA15461

Brake discs, calipers, drums, and

linings can become very hot during

use. To avoid possible burns, let

brake components cool before

touching them.

Em ens pro per ma ed sep spe equ me dev form ind Yam equ ser

AND ADJUSTMENT

7

O

T th a s T m o y m e w c

1.

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EAU59910

wners tool kit

he owners tool kit is located under e passenger seat. Some tools are

lso located on the bottom of the pas- enger seat. (See page 4-25.) he service information included in this anual and the tools provided in the

wners tool kit are intended to assist ou in the performance of preventive aintenance and minor repairs. How-

ver, additional tools such as a torque rench may be necessary to perform ertain maintenance work correctly.

TIP

If you do not have the tools or experi- ence required for a particular job, have a Yamaha dealer perform it for you.

Owners tool kit

1

1

1

P

7

EAU48491

TI

ing from 8000 mi (13000 km) or 12

a Yamaha dealer perform the ser-

EAU17602

P

N

OMETER READINGS

)

s

12000 mi (19000 km)

or 18 months

16000 mi (25000 km)

or 24 months

20000 mi (31000 km)

or 30 months

1

2 . Replace.

3 0 mi (42000 km)

4

5

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P

From 24000 mi (37000 km) or 36 months, repeat the maintenance intervals start months. Items marked with an asterisk require special tools, data and technical skills, have vice.

eriodic maintenance chart for the emission control system

o. ITEM ROUTINE

INITIAL OD

600 mi (1000 km)

or 1 month

4000 mi (7000 km)

or 6 months

8000 mi (13000 km

or 12 month

* Fuel line Check fuel hoses for cracks or

damage. Replace if necessary.

* Spark plugs

Check condition. Adjust gap and clean. Replace every 8000 mi (13000

km) or 12 months.

Replace

* Valve clearance Check and adjust valve clearance

when engine is cold. Every 2660

* Crankcase breath- er system

Check breather hose for cracks or damage.

Replace if necessary.

* Fuel injection Adjust synchronization.

AND ADJUSTMENT

7

6

7

OMETER READINGS

i m)

hs

12000 mi (19000 km)

or 18 months

16000 mi (25000 km)

or 24 months

20000 mi (31000 km)

or 30 months

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* Evaporative emis- sion control system (for California only)

Check control system for dam- age.

Replace if necessary.

* Air induction sys- tem

Check the air cut-off valve, reed valve, and hose for damage.

Replace any damaged parts if necessary.

No. ITEM ROUTINE

INITIAL OD

600 mi (1000 km)

or 1 month

4000 mi (7000 km)

or 6 months

8000 m (13000 k

or 12 mont

P

7

EAU3218C

G

N

OMETER READINGS

)

s

12000 mi (19000 km)

or 18 months

16000 mi (25000 km)

or 24 months

20000 mi (31000 km)

or 30 months

1 0 mi (37000 km)

2

3

4

5

ry 4 years

6 ry 2 years

7

8

9

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eneral maintenance and lubrication chart

o. ITEM ROUTINE

INITIAL OD

600 mi (1000 km)

or 1 month

4000 mi (7000 km)

or 6 months

8000 mi (13000 km

or 12 month

* Air filter element Replace. Every 2400

* Clutch Check operation. Adjust or replace cable.

* Front brake Check operation, fluid level, and

for fluid leakage. Replace brake pads if necessary.

* Rear brake Check operation, fluid level, and

for fluid leakage. Replace brake pads if necessary.

* Brake hoses

Check for cracks or damage. Check for correct routing and

clamping.

Replace. Eve

* Brake fluid Replace. Eve

* Wheels Check runout and for damage. Replace if necessary.

* Tires

Check tread depth and for dam- age.

Replace if necessary. Check air pressure. Correct if necessary.

* Wheel bearings Check bearings for smooth oper-

ation. Replace if necessary.

AND ADJUSTMENT

7

1

00 mi (50000 km)

1 shing the motorcycle, riding in the rain or

in wet areas

1

00 mi (19000 km)

1

1

1

1

1

OMETER READINGS

i m)

hs

12000 mi (19000 km)

or 18 months

16000 mi (25000 km)

or 24 months

20000 mi (31000 km)

or 30 months

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0 * Swingarm pivot bearings

Check operation and for exces- sive play.

Moderately repack with lithium- soap-based grease. Every 320

1 Drive chain

Check chain slack, alignment and condition.

Adjust and lubricate chain with a special O-ring chain lubricant thoroughly.

Every 500 mi (800 km) and after wa riding

2 * Steering bearings

Check bearing assemblies for looseness.

Moderately repack with lithium- soap-based grease. Every 120

3 * Chassis fasteners Check all chassis fitting and fas-

teners. Correct if necessary.

4 Brake lever pivot shaft

Apply silicone grease lightly.

5 Brake pedal pivot shaft

Apply lithium-soap-based grease lightly.

6 Clutch lever pivot shaft

Apply lithium-soap-based grease lightly.

7 Shift pedal pivot shaft

Apply lithium-soap-based grease lightly.

No. ITEM ROUTINE

INITIAL OD

600 mi (1000 km)

or 1 month

4000 mi (7000 km)

or 6 months

8000 m (13000 k

or 12 mont

P

7

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

N

OMETER READINGS

)

s

12000 mi (19000 km)

or 18 months

16000 mi (25000 km)

or 24 months

20000 mi (31000 km)

or 30 months

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Centerstand and sidestand pivots

Check operation. Apply lithium-soap-based grease

lightly.

* Sidestand switch Check operation and replace if

necessary.

* Front fork Check operation and for oil leak-

age. Replace if necessary.

* Shock absorber as- sembly

Check operation and for oil leak- age.

Replace if necessary.

* Rear suspension link pivots

Check operation. Correct if necessary.

Engine oil Change (warm engine before

draining).

Engine oil filter car- tridge

Replace.

* Cooling system

Check hoses for cracks or dam- age.

Replace if necessary.

Change coolant.

* Front and rear brake switches

Check operation.

* Control cables Apply Yamaha cable lubricant or

other suitable cable lubricant thoroughly.

o. ITEM ROUTINE

INITIAL OD

600 mi (1000 km)

or 1 month

4000 mi (7000 km)

or 6 months

8000 mi (13000 km

or 12 month

AND ADJUSTMENT

7

EAU17651

T

hich must not be cleaned with com-

ually wet or dusty areas.

fluid. Regularly check the brake fluid

and calipers, and change the brake

2

2

OMETER READINGS

i m)

hs

12000 mi (19000 km)

or 18 months

16000 mi (25000 km)

or 24 months

20000 mi (31000 km)

or 30 months

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IP

Air filter This models air filter is equipped with a disposable oil-coated paper element, w

pressed air to avoid damaging it. The air filter element needs to be replaced more frequently when riding in unus

Hydraulic brake service After disassembling the brake master cylinders and calipers, always change the

levels and fill the reservoirs as required. Every two years replace the internal components of the brake master cylinders

fluid. Replace the brake hoses every four years and if cracked or damaged.

8 * Throttle grip

Check operation. Check throttle grip free play, and

adjust if necessary. Lubricate cable and grip housing.

9 * Lights, signals and switches

Check operation. Adjust headlight beam.

No. ITEM ROUTINE

INITIAL OD

600 mi (1000 km)

or 1 month

4000 mi (7000 km)

or 6 months

8000 m (13000 k

or 12 mont

P

7

R pa Th to jo th to

Pa

To 1

install the panel Connect the turn signal light lead coupler. Place the panel in the original po- sition, and then install the quick fastener screws.

1.

urn signal light lead coupler

1

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EAU18752

emoving and installing the nel

e panel shown needs to be removed perform some of the maintenance bs described in this chapter. Refer to is section each time the panel needs be removed and installed.

EAU63100

nel A

remove the panel . Remove the quick fastener

screws, and then pull the panel off as shown.

2. Disconnect the turn signal light lead coupler.

To 1.

2.

Panel A

1

1. Quick fastener screw

1. Panel A 2. Quick fastener screw

1

1

2

1. T

AND ADJUSTMENT

7

C T c c Y it e c o c s th T c s id n in c ti b te y e If tr o

a torque wrench is not available en installing a spark plug, a good

timate of the correct torque is 1/4 turn past finger tight. However, the

ark plug should be tightened to the ecified torque as soon as possible.

OTICE ECA10841

not use any tools to remove or in-

ll the spark plug cap, otherwise

ignition coil coupler may get

maged. The spark plug cap may

difficult to remove because the

ber seal on the end of the cap fits

htly. To remove the spark plug

p, simply twist it back and forth

ile pulling it out; to install it, twist

ack and forth while pushing it in.

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EAU19653

hecking the spark plugs he spark plugs are important engine omponents, which should be hecked periodically, preferably by a amaha dealer. Since heat and depos- s will cause any spark plug to slowly rode, they should be removed and hecked in accordance with the peri- dic maintenance and lubrication hart. In addition, the condition of the park plugs can reveal the condition of e engine.

he porcelain insulator around the enter electrode of each spark plug hould be a medium-to-light tan (the eal color when the vehicle is ridden ormally), and all spark plugs installed the engine should have the same olor. If any spark plug shows a dis- nctly different color, the engine could e operating improperly. Do not at- mpt to diagnose such problems

ourself. Instead, have a Yamaha deal- r check the vehicle. a spark plug shows signs of elec- ode erosion and excessive carbon or ther deposits, it should be replaced.

Before installing a spark plug, the spark plug gap should be measured with a wire thickness gauge and, if necessary, adjusted to specification.

Clean the surface of the spark plug gasket and its mating surface, and then wipe off any grime from the spark plug threads.

TIP

If wh es 1/2 sp sp

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be

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Specified spark plug: NGK/CPR9EA9

1. Spark plug gap

Spark plug gap: 0.80.9 mm (0.0310.035 in)

Tightening torque: Spark plug:

13 Nm (1.3 mkgf, 9.4 ftlbf)

P

7

C

Th to in th fo

If the engine oil is below the mini- mum level mark, add sufficient oil of the recommended type to raise it to the correct level.

change the engine oil (with or

hout oil filter cartridge replace-

nt)

Place the vehicle on a level sur- face. Start the engine, warm it up for several minutes, and then turn it off. Place an oil pan under the engine to collect the used oil.

ngine oil filler cap ngine oil level check window aximum level mark inimum level mark

1 2

3 4

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EAU19682

anister (for California only)

is model is equipped with a canister prevent the discharging of fuel vapor to the atmosphere. Before operating is vehicle, make sure to check the llowing:

Check each hose connection. Check each hose and canister for cracks or damage. Replace if damaged. Make sure that the canister breather is not blocked, and if necessary, clean it.

EAU1987B

Engine oil and oil filter car- tridge The engine oil level should be checked before each ride. In addition, the oil must be changed and the oil filter car- tridge replaced at the intervals speci- fied in the periodic maintenance and lubrication chart.

To check the engine oil level

1. Place the vehicle on the center- stand. A slight tilt to the side can result in a false reading.

2. Start the engine, warm it up for several minutes, and then turn it off.

3. Wait a few minutes until the oil set- tles, and then check the oil level through the engine oil level check window located at the bottom- right side of the crankcase.

TIP

The engine oil should be between the minimum and maximum level marks.

4.

To

wit

me

1.

2.

3.

#3 #2

#1

FUEL TANK

THROTTLE BODY

CHARCOAL CANISTER

ATMOSPHERE 1. E 2. E 3. M 4. M

AND ADJUSTMENT

7

T

S is

ke sure that the O-ring is properly ated.

. Install the new oil filter cartridge with an oil filter wrench, and then tighten it to the specified torque with a torque wrench.

1. 2.

O-ring

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4. Remove the engine oil filler cap, the engine oil drain bolt and its gasket to drain the oil from the crankcase.

IP

kip steps 57 if the oil filter cartridge not being replaced.

5. Remove the oil filter cartridge with an oil filter wrench.

TIP

An oil filter wrench is available at a Yamaha dealer.

6. Apply a thin coat of clean engine oil to the O-ring of the new oil filter cartridge.

TIP

Ma se

7

Engine oil drain bolt Gasket

1

2 1. Oil filter wrench 2. Oil filter cartridge

21

1.

P

7 8

9

Start the engine, and then let it idle for several minutes while checking it for oil leakage. If oil is leaking, immediately turn the engine off and check for the cause.

r the engine is started, the engine level warning light should go off if oil level is sufficient.

TICE ECA10402

he oil level warning light flickers

remains on even if the oil level is

rect, immediately turn the engine

and have a Yamaha dealer check

vehicle.

Turn the engine off, wait a few minutes until the oil settles, and then check the oil level and cor- rect it if necessary.

1.

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. Install the engine oil drain bolt and its new gasket, and then tighten the bolt to the specified torque.

. Refill with the specified amount of the recommended engine oil, and then install and tighten the oil filler cap.

TIP

Be sure to wipe off spilled oil on any parts after the engine and exhaust sys- tem have cooled down.

NOTICE ECA11621

In order to prevent clutch slip-

page (since the engine oil also

lubricates the clutch), do not

mix any chemical additives. Do

not use oils with a diesel speci-

fication of CD or oils of a high-

er quality than specified. In

addition, do not use oils labeled

ENERGY CONSERVING II or

higher.

Make sure that no foreign mate-

rial enters the crankcase.

10.

TIP

Afte oil the

NO

If t

or

cor

off

the

11.

Torque wrench

Tightening torque: Oil filter cartridge:

17 Nm (1.7 mkgf, 12 ftlbf)

Tightening torque: Engine oil drain bolt:

43 Nm (4.3 mkgf, 31 ftlbf)

1

Recommended engine oil: See page 9-1.

Oil quantity: Without oil filter cartridge replace- ment:

2.40 L (2.54 US qt, 2.11 Imp.qt) With oil filter cartridge replacement:

2.70 L (2.85 US qt, 2.38 Imp.qt)

AND ADJUSTMENT

7

C T b a s a

T

T

T

T m

. Add coolant or distilled water to raise the coolant to the maximum level mark, install the coolant res- ervoir cap. NOTICE: If coolant is

not available, use distilled water

or soft tap water instead. Do not

use hard water or salt water

since it is harmful to the engine.

If water has been used instead

of coolant, replace it with cool-

ant as soon as possible, other-

wise the cooling system will not

be protected against frost and

corrosion. If water has been

added to the coolant, have a

Yamaha dealer check the anti-

freeze content of the coolant as

Coolant reservoir cap

1

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EAU20071

oolant he coolant level should be checked efore each ride. In addition, the cool- nt must be changed at the intervals pecified in the periodic maintenance nd lubrication chart.

EAU40157

o check the coolant level

1. Place the vehicle on the center- stand.

IP

The coolant level must be checked on a cold engine since the level varies with engine tem- perature.

Make sure that the vehicle is posi- tioned straight up when checking the coolant level. A slight tilt to the side can result in a false reading.

2. Check the coolant level in the coolant reservoir.

IP

he coolant should be between the inimum and maximum level marks.

3. If the coolant is at or below the minimum level mark, remove the coolant reservoir cap. WARNING!

Remove only the coolant reser-

voir cap. Never attempt to re-

move the radiator cap when the

engine is hot. [EWA15162]

4

1. Coolant reservoir 2. Maximum level mark 3. Minimum level mark

2

1

3 1.

P

7

To

1

2 3

4

Remove the coolant reservoir cap.

Drain the coolant from the coolant reservoir by turning it upside down. Install the coolant reservoir and its cover by placing them in the origi- nal position, and then installing the collars and bolts. Remove the coolant drain bolt and its gasket to drain the cooling sys- tem.

oolant reservoir cap

1

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soon as possible, otherwise the

effectiveness of the coolant will

be reduced. [ECA10473]

EAU63111

change the coolant

. Place the vehicle on the center- stand.

. Remove panel A. (See page 7-9.)

. Place a container under the en- gine to collect the used coolant.

. Remove the radiator cap retaining bolt, radiator cap retainer and ra- diator cap. WARNING! Never at-

tempt to remove the radiator

cap when the engine is hot.

[EWA10382]

5. Remove the coolant reservoir cov- er and coolant reservoir by remov- ing the bolts and collars.

6.

7.

8.

9.

Coolant reservoir capacity (up to the maximum level mark):

0.25 L (0.26 US qt, 0.22 Imp.qt)

1. Radiator cap 2. Radiator cap retaining bolt 3. Radiator cap retainer

1. Bolt 2. Coolant reservoir cover 3. Coolant reservoir 4. Collar

21

3

1

1 2

4

3 4

1. C

AND ADJUSTMENT

7

1

1

1

. Start the engine, and then check the vehicle for coolant leakage. If coolant is leaking, have a Yamaha dealer check the cooling system.

. Turn off the engine, and then in- stall the panel.

1. 2.

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0. After the coolant is completely drained, thoroughly flush the cool- ing system with clean tap water.

1. Install the coolant drain bolt and its new gasket, and then tighten the bolt to the specified torque.

2. Pour the specified amount of the recommended coolant into the ra- diator and reservoir.

13. Install the coolant reservoir cap. 14. Install the radiator cap. 15. Start the engine, let it idle for sev-

eral minutes, and then turn it off. 16. Remove the radiator cap to check

the coolant level in the radiator. If necessary, add sufficient coolant until it reaches the top of the radi- ator, and then install the radiator cap, radiator cap retainer and ra- diator cap retaining bolt.

17. Check the coolant level in the res- ervoir. If necessary, remove the coolant reservoir cap, add coolant to the maximum level mark, and then install the cap.

18

19

Coolant drain bolt Gasket

Tightening torque: Coolant drain bolt:

10 Nm (1.0 mkgf, 7.2 ftlbf)

1 2

Antifreeze/water mixture ratio: 1:1

Recommended antifreeze: High-quality ethylene glycol anti- freeze containing corrosion inhibi- tors for aluminum engines

Coolant quantity: Radiator (including all routes):

1.93 L (2.04 US qt, 1.70 Imp.qt) Coolant reservoir (up to the maxi- mum level mark):

0.25 L (0.26 US qt, 0.22 Imp.qt)

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EAU21385

ecking the throttle grip free y

throttle grip free play should mea- e 3.05.0 mm (0.120.20 in) at the er edge of the throttle grip. Periodi- ly check the throttle grip free play , if necessary, have a Yamaha deal- djust it.

hrottle grip free play

1

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EAU36765

ir filter element e air filter element must be replaced the intervals specified in the periodic aintenance and lubrication chart. ve a Yamaha dealer replace the air er element.

EAU44735

Checking the engine idling speed Check the engine idling speed and, if necessary, have it corrected by a Yamaha dealer.

Ch pla

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Engine idling speed: 11001300 r/min

1. T

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7

V T re a fr m a m

weight of rider, passenger, car-

go, and accessories approved

for this model.

WARNING

EWA10512

ver overload your vehicle. Opera-

n of an overloaded vehicle could

use an accident.

Tire air pressure (measured on cold tires):

Up to 90 kg (198 lb) load: Front:

250 kPa (2.50 kgf/cm, 36 psi) Rear:

290 kPa (2.90 kgf/cm, 42 psi) 90 kg (198 lb) to maximum load:

Front: 250 kPa (2.50 kgf/cm, 36 psi)

Rear: 290 kPa (2.90 kgf/cm, 42 psi)

High-speed riding: Front:

250 kPa (2.50 kgf/cm, 36 psi) Rear:

290 kPa (2.90 kgf/cm, 42 psi) Maximum load*:

FJ09F 180 kg (397 lb) FJ09FC 179 kg (395 lb)

* Total weight of rider, passenger, car- go and accessories

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EAU21402

alve clearance he valve clearance changes with use, sulting in improper air-fuel mixture

nd/or engine noise. To prevent this om occurring, the valve clearance ust be adjusted by a Yamaha dealer

t the intervals specified in the periodic aintenance and lubrication chart.

EAU2175B

Tires Tires are the only contact between the vehicle and the road. Safety in all con- ditions of riding depends on a relatively small area of road contact. Therefore, it is essential to maintain the tires in good condition at all times and replace them at the appropriate time with the speci- fied tires.

Tire air pressure

The tire air pressure should be checked and, if necessary, adjusted before each ride.

WARNING

EWA10504

Operation of this vehicle with im-

proper tire pressure may cause se-

vere injury or death from loss of

control.

The tire air pressure must be

checked and adjusted on cold

tires (i.e., when the temperature

of the tires equals the ambient

temperature).

The tire air pressure must be

adjusted in accordance with the

riding speed and with the total

Ne

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information

s model is equipped with tubeless s and tire air valves. s age, even if they have not been d or have only been used occasion- . Cracking of the tread and sidewall ber, sometimes accompanied by cass deformation, is an evidence of ing. Old and aged tires shall be cked by tire specialists to ascertain ir suitability for further use.

WARNING

EWA10482

The front and rear tires should

be of the same make and de-

sign, otherwise the handling

1. 2. 3.

ire air valve ire air valve core ire air valve cap with seal

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re inspection

e tires must be checked before each e. If a tire tread shows crosswise es (minimum tread depth), if the tire s a nail or glass fragments in it, or if e sidewall is cracked, contact a maha dealer immediately and have

e tire replaced.

WARNING

EWA10582

It is dangerous to ride with a

worn-out tire. When a tire tread

begins to show crosswise lines,

have a Yamaha dealer replace

the tire immediately.

The replacement of all wheel-

and brake-related parts, includ-

ing the tires, should be left to a

Yamaha dealer, who has the

necessary professional knowl-

edge and experience to do so.

Ride at moderate speeds after

changing a tire since the tire

surface must first be broken

in for it to develop its optimal

characteristics.

Tire

Thi tire Tire use ally rub car age che the

Tire sidewall Tire wear indicator Tire tread depth

Minimum tire tread depth (front and rear):

1.0 mm (0.04 in)

1. T 2. T 3. T

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EAU21963

st wheels maximize the performance, durabil- , and safe operation of your vehicle, te the following points regarding the ecified wheels.

The wheel rims should be checked for cracks, bends, warp- age or other damage before each ride. If any damage is found, have a Yamaha dealer replace the wheel. Do not attempt even the smallest repair to the wheel. A de- formed or cracked wheel must be replaced. The wheel should be balanced whenever either the tire or wheel has been changed or replaced. An unbalanced wheel can result in poor performance, adverse han- dling characteristics, and a short- ened tire life.

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characteristics of the motorcy-

cle may be different, which

could lead to an accident.

Always make sure that the valve

caps are securely installed to

prevent air pressure leakage.

Use only the tire valves and

valve cores listed below to

avoid tire deflation during a

high-speed ride.

fter extensive tests, only the tires list- d below have been approved for this odel by Yamaha.

WARNING

EWA10601

This motorcycle is fitted with super-

high-speed tires. Note the following

points in order to make the most ef-

ficient use of these tires.

Use only the specified replace-

ment tires. Other tires may run

the danger of bursting at super

high speeds.

Brand-new tires can have a rel-

atively poor grip on certain road

surfaces until they have been

broken in. Therefore, it is ad-

visable before doing any high-

speed riding to ride conserva-

tively for approximately 100 km

(60 mi) after installing a new tire.

The tires must be warmed up

before a high-speed run.

Always adjust the tire air pres-

sure according to the operating

conditions.

Ca To ity no sp

Front tire: Size:

120/70 ZR17M/C (58W) Manufacturer/model:

DUNLOP/D222F Rear tire:

Size: 180/55 ZR17M/C (73W)

Manufacturer/model: DUNLOP/D222

FRONT and REAR: Tire air valve:

TR412 Valve core:

#9100 (original)

P

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EAU37914

ecking the brake lever free y

re should be no free play at the ke lever end. If there is free play, e a Yamaha dealer inspect the ke system.

WARNING

EWA14212

oft or spongy feeling in the brake

er can indicate the presence of

in the hydraulic system. If there is

in the hydraulic system, have a

aha dealer bleed the system be-

e operating the vehicle. Air in the

raulic system will diminish the

1. 2.

o brake lever free play

1

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EAU22082

djusting the clutch lever free ay

e clutch lever free play should mea- re 10.015.0 mm (0.390.59 in) as own. Periodically check the clutch er free play and, if necessary, adjust

as follows. increase the clutch lever free play,

rn the clutch lever free play adjusting lt in direction (a). To decrease the tch lever free play, turn the adjusting lt in direction (b).

TIP

If the specified free play cannot be ob- tained as described above or if the clutch does not operate correctly, have a Yamaha dealer check the internal clutch mechanism.

Ch pla

The bra hav bra

A s

lev

air

air

Yam

for

hyd

Clutch lever free play adjusting bolt Clutch lever free play

2 1

(b)

(a)

1. N

AND ADJUSTMENT

7

b

s

d

EAU22393

ecking the front and rear ake pads e front and rear brake pads must be ecked for wear at the intervals spec- d in the periodic maintenance and rication chart.

EAU36891

nt brake pads

ch front brake pad is provided with ar indicators, which allows you to eck the brake pad wear without hav- to disassemble the brake. To check brake pad wear, check the position the wear indicators while applying brake. If a brake pad has worn to point that a wear indicator almost

Brake pad wear indicator

1

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raking performance, which may re-

ult in loss of control and an acci-

ent.

EAU36504

Brake light switches The brake light, which is activated by the brake pedal and brake lever, should come on just before braking takes effect. If necessary, have a Yamaha dealer adjust the brake light switches.

Ch br Th ch ifie lub

Fro

Ea we ch ing the of the the

1.

1

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7

to Ya as

Re

Ea w yo ou To th pa in a pa

ar brake

WARNING

EWA16011

roper maintenance can result in

s of braking ability. Observe

se precautions:

Insufficient brake fluid may al-

low air to enter the brake sys-

tem, reducing braking

performance.

Clean the filler cap before re-

moving. Use only DOT 4 brake

fluid from a sealed container.

1.

1 inimum level mark

pecified brake fluid: DOT 4

1

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uches the brake disc, have a maha dealer replace the brake pads a set.

EAU46292

ar brake pads

ch rear brake pad is provided with ear indicator grooves, which allow u to check the brake pad wear with- t having to disassemble the brake. check the brake pad wear, check

e wear indicator grooves. If a brake d has worn to the point that a wear

dicator groove almost appears, have Yamaha dealer replace the brake ds as a set.

EAU40262

Checking the brake fluid level Before riding, check that the brake fluid is above the minimum level mark. Check the brake fluid level with the top of the reservoir level. Replenish the brake fluid if necessary.

Front brake

Re

Imp

los

the

Brake pad wear indicator groove

1

1. Minimum level mark

1 1. M

S

AND ADJUSTMENT

7

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B

s

c

A th d c s c b

EAU22733

anging the brake fluid ve a Yamaha dealer change the ke fluid at the intervals specified in periodic maintenance and lubrica-

n chart. In addition, have the oil seals the master cylinders and calipers as ll as the brake hoses replaced at the ervals listed below or whenever they damaged or leaking.

Oil seals: Replace every two years. Brake hoses: Replace every four years.

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Use only the specified brake flu-

id; otherwise, the rubber seals

may deteriorate, causing leak-

age.

Refill with the same type of

brake fluid. Adding a brake fluid

other than DOT 4 may result in a

harmful chemical reaction.

Be careful that water or dust

does not enter the brake fluid

reservoir when refilling. Water

will significantly lower the boil-

ing point of the fluid and may re-

sult in vapor lock, and dirt may

clog the ABS hydraulic unit

valves.

OTICE ECA17641

rake fluid may damage painted

urfaces or plastic parts. Always

lean up spilled fluid immediately.

s the brake pads wear, it is normal for e brake fluid level to gradually go own. A low brake fluid level may indi- ate worn brake pads and/or brake ystem leakage; therefore, be sure to heck the brake pads for wear and the rake system for leakage. If the brake

fluid level goes down suddenly, have a Yamaha dealer check the cause before further riding.

Ch Ha bra the tio of we int are

P

7

D Th ch if

To

1

2

3

4

rection (b), and then push the rear wheel forward. NOTICE: Improp-

er drive chain slack will over-

load the engine as well as other

vital parts of the motorcycle and

can lead to chain slippage or

breakage. If the drive chain

slack is more than 25.0 mm

(0.98 in), the chain can damage

the frame, swingarm, and other

parts. To prevent this from oc-

curring, keep the drive chain

slack within the specified limits.

[ECA17791]

1. rive chain slack adjusting bolt

(a)

(b)

1

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EAU22762

rive chain slack e drive chain slack should be ecked before each ride and adjusted

necessary.

EAU22796

check the drive chain slack

. Place the motorcycle on the cen- terstand.

. Shift the transmission into the neutral position.

. Measure the drive chain slack as shown.

. If the drive chain slack is incorrect, adjust it as follows.

EAU63121

To adjust the drive chain slack

Consult a Yamaha dealer before ad- justing the drive chain slack.

1. Take the motorcycle off the cen- terstand, and then put the side- stand down.

2. Loosen the axle nut and the lock- nut on each side of the swingarm.

3. Place the motorcycle on the cen- terstand.

4. To tighten the drive chain, turn the drive chain slack adjusting bolt on each side of the swingarm in di- rection (a). To loosen the drive chain, turn the adjusting bolt on each side of the swingarm in di-

Drive chain slack

Drive chain slack: 5.015.0 mm (0.200.59 in)

1 1. Axle nut 2. Locknut

2 1

1. D

AND ADJUSTMENT

7

T

U c s b p

EAU23026

eaning and lubricating the ive chain e drive chain must be cleaned and ricated at the intervals specified in periodic maintenance and lubrica-

n chart, otherwise it will quickly wear t, especially when riding in dusty or t areas. Service the drive chain as lows.

OTICE ECA10584

e drive chain must be lubricated

er washing the motorcycle, riding

the rain or riding in wet areas.

. Clean the drive chain with kero- sene and a small soft brush. NOTICE: To prevent damaging

the O-rings, do not clean the

drive chain with steam cleaners,

high-pressure washers or inap-

propriate solvents. [ECA11122]

. Wipe the drive chain dry.

. Thoroughly lubricate the drive chain with a special O-ring chain lubricant. NOTICE: Do not use

engine oil or any other lubri-

cants for the drive chain, as they

1. 2. 3.

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IP

sing the alignment marks on the drive hain pullers and the notch on each ide of the swingarm, make sure that oth drive chain pullers are in the same osition for proper wheel alignment.

5. Take the motorcycle off the cen- terstand, and then put the side- stand down.

6. Tighten the axle nut, then the lock- nuts to their specified torques.

7. Make sure that the drive chain pullers are in the same position, the drive chain slack is correct, and the drive chain moves smoothly.

Cl dr Th lub the tio ou we fol

N

Th

aft

in

1

2 3

Notch Alignment mark Drive chain puller

31

2

Tightening torques: Axle nut:

150 Nm (15 mkgf, 108 ftlbf) Locknut:

16 Nm (1.6 mkgf, 12 ftlbf)

P

7

EAU23115

ecking and lubricating the ottle grip and cable operation of the throttle grip uld be checked before each ride. In ition, the cable should be lubricat-

by a Yamaha dealer at the intervals cified in the periodic maintenance rt. throttle cable is equipped with a ber cover. Make sure that the cover ecurely installed. Even though the er is installed correctly, it does not pletely protect the cable from wa-

entry. Therefore, use care not to r water directly onto the cover or le when washing the vehicle. If the le or cover becomes dirty, wipe

an with a moist cloth.

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may contain substances that

could damage the O-rings.

[ECA11112]

EAU23098

Checking and lubricating the cables The operation of all control cables and the condition of the cables should be checked before each ride, and the ca- bles and cable ends should be lubri- cated if necessary. If a cable is damaged or does not move smoothly, have a Yamaha dealer check or re- place it. WARNING! Damage to the

outer housing of cables may result

in internal rusting and cause inter-

ference with cable movement. Re-

place damaged cables as soon as

possible to prevent unsafe condi-

tions. [EWA10712]

Ch thr The sho add ed spe cha The rub is s cov com ter pou cab cab cleRecommended lubricant:

Yamaha cable lubricant or other suitable cable lubricant

AND ADJUSTMENT

7

C b T p ri b

B

S

EAU23144

ecking and lubricating the ake and clutch levers e operation of the brake and clutch ers should be checked before each e, and the lever pivots should be lu- cated if necessary.

ake lever

utch lever

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EAU44275

hecking and lubricating the rake and shift pedals he operation of the brake and shift edals should be checked before each de, and the pedal pivots should be lu- ricated if necessary.

rake pedal

hift pedal

Ch br Th lev rid bri

Br

Cl

Recommended lubricant: Lithium-soap-based grease

P

7

ecommended lubricant: Lithium-soap-based grease

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EAU23215

Checking and lubricating the centerstand and sidestand

The operation of the centerstand and sidestand should be checked before each ride, and the pivots and metal-to- metal contact surfaces should be lubri- cated if necessary.

WARNING

EWA10742

If the centerstand or sidestand does

not move up and down smoothly,

have a Yamaha dealer check or re-

pair it. Otherwise, the centerstand or

sidestand could contact the ground

and distract the operator, resulting

in a possible loss of control.

Recommended lubricants: Brake lever:

Silicone grease Clutch lever:

Lithium-soap-based grease

R

AND ADJUSTMENT

7

L o

T e s a

OTICE ECA10591

any damage is found or the front

k does not operate smoothly,

ve a Yamaha dealer check or re-

ir it.

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EAUM1653

ubricating the swingarm piv- ts

he swingarm pivots must be lubricat- d by a Yamaha dealer at the intervals pecified in the periodic maintenance nd lubrication chart.

EAU23273

Checking the front fork The condition and operation of the front fork must be checked as follows at the intervals specified in the periodic maintenance and lubrication chart.

To check the condition

Check the inner tubes for scratches, damage and excessive oil leakage.

To check the operation

1. Place the vehicle on a level sur- face and hold it in an upright posi- tion. WARNING! To avoid injury,

securely support the vehicle so

there is no danger of it falling

over. [EWA10752]

2. While applying the front brake, push down hard on the handle- bars several times to check if the front fork compresses and re- bounds smoothly.

N

If

for

ha

pa

Recommended lubricant: Lithium-soap-based grease

P

7

C W ca of lo pe ch

1

2

EAU50211

ttery

battery is located under the rider t. (See page 4-25.) s model is equipped with a VRLA lve Regulated Lead Acid) battery. re is no need to check the electro- or to add distilled water. However, battery lead connections need to checked and, if necessary, tight- d.

WARNING

EWA10761

Electrolyte is poisonous and

dangerous since it contains sul-

furic acid, which causes severe

attery ositive battery lead (red) egative battery lead (black)

1

3

2

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EAU45512

hecking the steering orn or loose steering bearings may use danger. Therefore, the operation the steering must be checked as fol- ws at the intervals specified in the riodic maintenance and lubrication art. . Place the vehicle on the center-

stand. WARNING! To avoid inju-

ry, securely support the vehicle

so there is no danger of it falling

over. [EWA10752]

. Hold the lower ends of the front fork legs and try to move them for- ward and backward. If any free play can be felt, have a Yamaha dealer check or repair the steer- ing.

EAU23292

Checking the wheel bearings

The front and rear wheel bearings must be checked at the intervals specified in the periodic maintenance and lubrica- tion chart. If there is play in the wheel hub or if the wheel does not turn smoothly, have a Yamaha dealer check the wheel bearings.

Ba

The sea Thi (Va The lyte the be ene

1. B 2. P 3. N

AND ADJUSTMENT

7

T

H te h

is turned to OFF, then connect

the positive lead before con-

necting the negative lead. [ECA16841]

. After installation, make sure that the battery leads are properly con- nected to the battery terminals.

OTICE ECA16531

ays keep the battery charged.

oring a discharged battery can

use permanent battery damage.

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burns. Avoid any contact with

skin, eyes or clothing and al-

ways shield your eyes when

working near batteries. In case

of contact, administer the fol-

lowing FIRST AID.

EXTERNAL: Flush with plenty

of water.

INTERNAL: Drink large quan-

tities of water or milk and im-

mediately call a physician.

EYES: Flush with water for 15

minutes and seek prompt

medical attention.

Batteries produce explosive hy-

drogen gas. Therefore, keep

sparks, flames, cigarettes, etc.,

away from the battery and pro-

vide sufficient ventilation when

charging it in an enclosed

space.

KEEP THIS AND ALL BATTER-

IES OUT OF THE REACH OF

CHILDREN.

o charge the battery

ave a Yamaha dealer charge the bat- ry as soon as possible if it seems to

ave discharged. Keep in mind that the

battery tends to discharge more quick- ly if the vehicle is equipped with op- tional electrical accessories.

NOTICE ECA16522

To charge a VRLA (Valve Regulated

Lead Acid) battery, a special (con-

stant-voltage) battery charger is re-

quired. Using a conventional battery

charger will damage the battery.

To store the battery

1. If the vehicle will not be used for more than one month, remove the battery, fully charge it, and then place it in a cool, dry place. NOTICE: When removing the

battery, be sure the key is

turned to OFF, then discon-

nect the negative lead before

disconnecting the positive lead.

[ECA16303]

2. If the battery will be stored for more than two months, check it at least once a month and fully charge it if necessary.

3. Fully charge the battery before in- stallation. NOTICE: When install-

ing the battery, be sure the key

4

N

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St

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7

R Th ar pa pa To an m

access fuse box 2 and fuse box 3, ove panel A. (See page 7-9.)

1. 2. 3. 4.

1

tarter relay cover uel injection system fuse uel injection system spare fuse

use box 2 use box 3

3 2

1

1

2

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EAU63131

eplacing the fuses e fuse boxes and individual fuses e located under the rider seat (See ge 4-25.) and behind panel A (See ge 7-9.). access fuse box 1, the main fuse, d the fuel injection system fuse, re- ove the rider seat. (See page 4-25.)

TIP

To access the fuel injection system fuse, remove the starter relay cover by pulling it upward.

To rem

Fuse box 1 Main fuse Fuel injection system fuse Fuel injection system spare fuse

3 4

2

1. Radiator fan motor fuse 2. Backup fuse (for clock) 3. Electronic throttle valve fuse 4. ABS solenoid fuse 5. ABS motor fuse 6. Spare fuse

1 2 3

4 5

6

1. S 2. F 3. F

1. F 2. F

AND ADJUSTMENT

7

If

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10

Specified fuses: Main fuse:

50.0 A Auxiliary fuse 1:

2.0 A Auxiliary fuse 2:

2.0 A Terminal fuse 1:

2.0 A Terminal fuse 2:

2.0 A Headlight fuse:

7.5 A Signaling system fuse:

7.5 A Ignition fuse:

15.0 A Parking lighting fuse:

10.0 A Radiator fan motor fuse:

15.0 A ABS motor fuse:

30.0 A Fuel injection system fuse:

20.0 A ABS solenoid fuse:

15.0 A ABS control unit fuse:

7.5 A Backup fuse:

7.5 A Electronic throttle valve fuse:

7.5 A

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a fuse is blown, replace it as follows. 1. Turn the key to OFF and turn off

the electrical circuit in question. 2. Remove the blown fuse, and then

install a new fuse of the specified amperage. WARNING! Do not

use a fuse of a higher amperage

rating than recommended to

avoid causing extensive dam-

age to the electrical system and

possibly a fire. [EWA15132]

Parking lighting fuse Headlight fuse Terminal fuse 2 Terminal fuse 1 Signaling system fuse Auxiliary fuse 1 ABS control unit fuse Auxiliary fuse 2 Spare fuse .Ignition fuse

1 2 3 4 9

10

9

8 7 6 5

P

7

3

4

EAU54501

xiliary light

s model is equipped with LED-type iliary lights. n auxiliary light does not come on, e a Yamaha dealer check it.

uxiliary light

1 1

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. Turn the key to ON and turn on the electrical circuit in question to check if the device operates.

. If the fuse immediately blows again, have a Yamaha dealer check the electrical system.

EAU64070

Headlights This model is equipped with LED-type headlights. If a headlight does not come on, have a Yamaha dealer check its electrical circuit.

NOTICE ECA16581

Do not affix any type of tinted film or

stickers to the headlight lens.

Au

Thi aux If a hav

1. A

AND ADJUSTMENT

7

T T ty If h

. Remove the burnt-out bulb by pulling it out.

. Insert a new bulb into the socket.

. Install the socket (together with the bulb) by turning it clockwise.

Turn signal light bulb socket

Turn signal light bulb

1

1

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EAU24182

ail/brake light his model is equipped with an LED- pe tail/brake light. the tail/brake light does not come on, ave a Yamaha dealer check it.

EAU43006

Replacing a turn signal light bulb

1. Remove the turn signal light unit by removing the screw.

2. Remove the turn signal light bulb socket (together with the bulb) by turning it counterclockwise.

3

4 5

1. Turn signal light unit 2. Screw

1

2

1.

1.

P

7

6

Insert a new bulb into the socket. Install the socket (together with the bulb) by pushing it in, and then install the license plate light unit by installing the collars and nuts.

icense plate light bulb

1

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. Install the turn signal light unit by installing the screw. NOTICE: Do

not overtighten the screw, oth-

erwise the lens may break.

[ECA11192]

EAU58010

Replacing the license plate light bulb

1. Remove the license plate light unit by removing the nuts and collars, and then remove the license plate light bulb socket (together with the bulb) by pulling it out.

2. Remove the burnt-out bulb by pulling it out.

3. 4.

1. License plate light unit 2. Collar 3. Nut 4. License plate light bulb socket

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roubleshooting lthough Yamaha motorcycles receive thorough inspection before shipment om the factory, trouble may occur uring operation. Any problem in the el, compression, or ignition systems, r example, can cause poor starting

nd loss of power. he following troubleshooting charts present quick and easy procedures r checking these vital systems your-

elf. However, should your motorcycle quire any repair, take it to a Yamaha ealer, whose skilled technicians have e necessary tools, experience, and

now-how to service the motorcycle roperly. se only genuine Yamaha replace- ent parts. Imitation parts may look e Yamaha parts, but they are often ferior, have a shorter service life and an lead to expensive repair bills.

WARNING

EWA15142

hen checking the fuel system, do

ot smoke, and make sure there are

o open flames or sparks in the ar-

a, including pilot lights from water

heaters or furnaces. Gasoline or

gasoline vapors can ignite or ex-

plode, causing severe injury or prop-

erty damage.

P

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not start. y.

hicle.

hicle.

engine does not start. ck the compression.

The engine does not start. Check the ignition.

rate the electric starter.

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oubleshooting charts

arting problems or poor engine performance

Check the fuel level in the fuel tank.

1. Fuel There is enough fuel.

There is no fuel.

Check the battery.

Supply fuel. The engine does Check the batter

Remove the spark plugs and check the electrodes.

3. Ignition Wipe off with a dry cloth and correct the spark plug gaps, or replace the spark plugs.

Have a Yamaha dealer check the vehicle.

Operate the electric starter.

4. Compression There is compression.

There is no compression.

The engine does not start. Have a Yamaha dealer check the ve

Have a Yamaha dealer check the ve

The Che

Operate the electric starter.

2. Battery The engine turns over quickly.

The engine turns over slowly.

The battery is good.

Check the battery lead connections, and have a Yamaha dealer charge the battery if necessary.

Dry

Wet Ope

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E EWA10401

lding hot fluid and steam may be

until the engine has cooled.

l, over the radiator cap, and then

essure to escape. When the hiss-

wise, and then remove the cap.

T

If changed to the recommended cool- a

Have a Yamaha dealer check and repair the cooling system.

Add coolant. (See TIP.)

If the engine overheats again, have a heck and repair the cooling system.

is ge.

is kage.

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ngine overheating

WARNING

Do not remove the radiator cap when the engine and radiator are hot. Sca

blown out under pressure, which could cause serious injury. Be sure to wait

After removing the radiator cap retaining bolt, place a thick rag, like a towe

slowly rotate the cap counterclockwise to the detent to allow any residual pr

ing sound has stopped, press down on the cap while turning it counterclock

IP

coolant is not available, tap water can be temporarily used instead, provided that it is nt as soon as possible.

Wait until the engine has cooled.

Check the coolant level in the reservoir and radiator.

The coolant level is OK.

The coolant level is low. Check the cooling system for leakage.

Start the engine. Yamaha dealer c

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ucts onto seals, gaskets, sprock- ets, the drive chain and wheel axles. Always rinse the dirt and degreaser off with water.

aning

TICE ECA10773

Avoid using strong acidic wheel

cleaners, especially on spoked

wheels. If such products are

used on hard-to-remove dirt, do

not leave the cleaner on the af-

fected area any longer than in-

structed. Also, thoroughly rinse

the area off with water, immedi-

ately dry it, and then apply a cor-

rosion protection spray.

Improper cleaning can damage

plastic parts (such as cowlings,

panels, windshields, headlight

lenses, meter lenses, etc.) and

the mufflers. Use only a soft,

clean cloth or sponge with wa-

ter to clean plastic. However, if

the plastic parts cannot be thor-

oughly cleaned with water, di-

luted mild detergent with water

may be used. Be sure to rinse

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atte color caution

OTICE ECA15193

me models are equipped with

atte colored finished parts. Be

re to consult a Yamaha dealer for

vice on what products to use be-

re cleaning the vehicle. Using a

ush, harsh chemical products or

eaning compounds when cleaning

ese parts will scratch or damage

eir surface. Wax also should not

applied to any matte colored fin-

hed parts.

EAU54661

Care While the open design of a motorcycle reveals the attractiveness of the tech- nology, it also makes it more vulnera- ble. Rust and corrosion can develop even if high-quality components are used. A rusty exhaust pipe may go un- noticed on a car, however, it detracts from the overall appearance of a mo- torcycle. Frequent and proper care does not only comply with the terms of the warranty, but it will also keep your motorcycle looking good, extend its life and optimize its performance.

Before cleaning

1. Cover the muffler outlet with a plastic bag after the engine has cooled down.

2. Make sure that all caps and cov- ers as well as all electrical cou- plers and connectors, including the spark plug caps, are tightly in- stalled.

3. Remove extremely stubborn dirt, like oil burnt onto the crankcase, with a degreasing agent and a brush, but never apply such prod-

Cle

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lt sprayed on roads in the winter y remain well into spring.

. Clean the motorcycle with cold water and a mild detergent, after the engine has cooled down. NOTICE: Do not use warm wa-

ter since it increases the corro-

sive action of the salt. [ECA10792]

. Apply a corrosion protection spray on all metal, including chrome- and nickel-plated, surfaces to pre- vent corrosion.

aning the windshield oid using any alkaline or strong acid aner, gasoline, brake fluid, or any er solvent. Clean the windshield h a cloth or sponge dampened with ild detergent, and then wash it off

roughly with water. For additional aning, use Yamaha Windshield aner or another high-quality wind-

ield cleaner. Some cleaning com- unds for plastics may leave ratches on the windshield. Before ing such cleaners, test an area of the

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off any detergent residue using

plenty of water, as it is harmful

to plastic parts.

Do not use any harsh chemical

products on plastic parts. Be

sure to avoid using cloths or

sponges which have been in

contact with strong or abrasive

cleaning products, solvent or

thinner, fuel (gasoline), rust re-

movers or inhibitors, brake fluid,

antifreeze or electrolyte.

Do not use high-pressure wash-

ers or steam-jet cleaners since

they cause water seepage and

deterioration in the following ar-

eas: seals (of wheel and swing-

arm bearings, fork and brakes),

electric components (couplers,

connectors, instruments,

switches and lights), breather

hoses and vents.

For motorcycles equipped with

a windshield: Do not use strong

cleaners or hard sponges as

they will cause dulling or

scratching. Some cleaning

compounds for plastic may

leave scratches on the wind-

shield. Test the product on a

small hidden part of the wind-

shield to make sure that it does

not leave any marks. If the wind-

shield is scratched, use a quality

plastic polishing compound af-

ter washing.

After normal use Remove dirt with warm water, a mild detergent, and a soft, clean sponge, and then rinse thoroughly with clean water. Use a toothbrush or bottlebrush for hard-to-reach areas. Stubborn dirt and insects will come off more easily if the area is covered with a wet cloth for a few minutes before cleaning.

After riding in the rain, near the sea or on salt-sprayed roads Since sea salt or salt sprayed on roads during winter are extremely corrosive in combination with water, carry out the following steps after each ride in the rain, near the sea or on salt- sprayed roads.

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Consult a Yamaha dealer for ad- vice on what products to use. Washing, rainy weather or humid climates can cause the headlight lens to fog. Turning the headlight on for a short period of time will help remove the moisture from the lens.

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indshield which does not affect your ibility and which cannot be easily

cognized.

ter cleaning

. Dry the motorcycle with a chamois or an absorbing cloth.

. Immediately dry the drive chain and lubricate it to prevent it from rusting.

. Use a chrome polish to shine chrome, aluminum and stainless- steel parts, including the exhaust system. (Even the thermally in- duced discoloring of stainless- steel exhaust systems can be re- moved through polishing.)

. To prevent corrosion, it is recom- mended to apply a corrosion pro- tection spray on all metal, including chrome- and nickel-plat- ed, surfaces.

. Use spray oil as a universal clean- er to remove any remaining dirt.

. Touch up minor paint damage caused by stones, etc.

. Wax all painted surfaces.

. Let the motorcycle dry completely before storing or covering it.

WARNING

EWA11132

Contaminants on the brakes or tires

can cause loss of control.

Make sure that there is no oil or

wax on the brakes or tires.

If necessary, clean the brake

discs and brake linings with a

regular brake disc cleaner or

acetone, and wash the tires with

warm water and a mild deter-

gent. Before riding at higher

speeds, test the motorcycles

braking performance and cor-

nering behavior.

NOTICE ECA10801

Apply spray oil and wax spar-

ingly and make sure to wipe off

any excess.

Never apply oil or wax to any

rubber and plastic parts, but

treat them with a suitable care

product.

Avoid using abrasive polishing

compounds as they will wear

away the paint.

TIP

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8

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e. Remove the spark plug caps from the spark plugs, and then install the spark plugs and the spark plug caps.

. Lubricate all control cables and the pivoting points of all levers and pedals as well as of the side- stand/centerstand.

. Check and, if necessary, correct the tire air pressure, and then lift the motorcycle so that both of its wheels are off the ground. Alterna- tively, turn the wheels a little every month in order to prevent the tires from becoming degraded in one spot.

. Cover the muffler outlet with a plastic bag to prevent moisture from entering it.

. Remove the battery and fully charge it. Store it in a cool, dry place and charge it once a month. Do not store the battery in an ex- cessively cold or warm place [less than 0 C (30 F) or more than 30 C (90 F)]. For more information on storing the battery, see page 7-31.

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torage

hort-term

lways store your motorcycle in a cool, ry place and, if necessary, protect it gainst dust with a porous cover. Be ure the engine and the exhaust sys- m are cool before covering the mo- rcycle.

OTICE ECA10811

Storing the motorcycle in a

poorly ventilated room or cover-

ing it with a tarp, while it is still

wet, will allow water and humid-

ity to seep in and cause rust.

To prevent corrosion, avoid

damp cellars, stables (because

of the presence of ammonia)

and areas where strong chemi-

cals are stored.

ong-term

efore storing your motorcycle for sev- ral months: 1. Follow all the instructions in the

Care section of this chapter.

2. Fill up the fuel tank and add fuel stabilizer (if available) to prevent the fuel tank from rusting and the fuel from deteriorating.

3. Perform the following steps to protect the cylinders, piston rings, etc. from corrosion. a. Remove the spark plug caps

and spark plugs. b. Pour a teaspoonful of engine

oil into each spark plug bore. c. Install the spark plug caps onto

the spark plugs, and then place the spark plugs on the cylinder head so that the elec- trodes are grounded. (This will limit sparking during the next step.)

d. Turn the engine over several times with the starter. (This will coat the cylinder walls with oil.) WARNING! To prevent dam-

age or injury from sparking,

make sure to ground the

spark plug electrodes while

turning the engine over.

[EWA10952]

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ake any necessary repairs before oring the motorcycle.

SPECIFICATIONS

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el: Recommended fuel:

Premium unleaded gasoline (Gasohol (E10) acceptable)

Fuel tank capacity: 18 L (4.76 US gal, 3.96 Imp.gal)

Fuel reserve amount: 2.6 L (0.69 US gal, 0.57 Imp.gal)

el injection: Throttle body:

ID mark: FJ09F 1RC1 00 FJ09FC 1RC5 10

ark plug(s): Manufacturer/model:

NGK/CPR9EA9 Spark plug gap:

0.80.9 mm (0.0310.035 in) tch:

Clutch type: Wet, multiple-disc

nsmission: Primary reduction ratio:

1.681 (79/47) Final drive:

Chain Secondary reduction ratio:

2.813 (45/16) Transmission type:

Constant mesh 6-speed Operation:

Left foot operation

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imensions: Overall length:

2160 mm (85.0 in) Overall width:

950 mm (37.4 in) Overall height:

1345/1375 mm (53.0/54.1 in) Seat height:

845/860 mm (33.3/33.9 in) Wheelbase:

1440 mm (56.7 in) Ground clearance:

135 mm (5.31 in) Minimum turning radius:

3000 mm (118.1 in) eight: Curb weight:

FJ09F 210 kg (463 lb) FJ09FC 211 kg (465 lb)

ngine: Engine type:

Liquid cooled 4-stroke, DOHC Cylinder arrangement:

Inline 3-cylinder Displacement:

847 cm Bore stroke:

78.0 59.1 mm (3.07 2.33 in) Compression ratio:

11.5 : 1 Starting system:

Electric starter Lubrication system:

Wet sump

Engine oil: Recommended brand:

YAMALUBE Type:

SAE 10W-30, 10W-40, 10W-50, 15W-40, 20W-40 or 20W-50

Recommended engine oil grade: API service SG type or higher, JASO standard MA

Engine oil quantity: Without oil filter cartridge replacement:

2.40 L (2.54 US qt, 2.11 Imp.qt) With oil filter cartridge replacement:

2.70 L (2.85 US qt, 2.38 Imp.qt) Coolant quantity:

Coolant reservoir (up to the maximum level mark):

0.25 L (0.26 US qt, 0.22 Imp.qt) Radiator (including all routes):

1.93 L (2.04 US qt, 1.70 Imp.qt) Air filter:

Air filter element: Oil-coated paper element

Fu

Fu

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20 10 0 10 20 30 40 50 C

10 30 50 70 90 1100 130 F

SAE 10W-30

SAE 15W-40

SAE 20W-40

SAE 20W-50

SAE 10W-40

SAE 10W-50

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im size: 17M/C x MT5.50

nt brake: ype:

Dual disc brake peration: Right hand operation

pecified brake fluid: DOT 4

r brake: ype:

Single disc brake peration: Right foot operation

pecified brake fluid: DOT 4

nt suspension: ype:

Telescopic fork pring/shock absorber type:

Coil spring/oil damper heel travel: 137 mm (5.4 in)

r suspension: ype:

Swingarm (link suspension) pring/shock absorber type:

Coil spring/gas-oil damper heel travel: 130 mm (5.1 in)

ctrical system: nition system: TCI

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Gear ratio: 1st:

2.667 (40/15) 2nd:

2.000 (38/19) 3rd:

1.619 (34/21) 4th:

1.381 (29/21) 5th:

1.190 (25/21) 6th:

1.037 (28/27) assis: Frame type:

Diamond Caster angle:

24.00 Trail:

100 mm (3.9 in) ont tire: Type:

Tubeless Size:

120/70 ZR17M/C (58W) Manufacturer/model:

DUNLOP/D222F ar tire: Type:

Tubeless Size:

180/55 ZR17M/C (73W) Manufacturer/model:

DUNLOP/D222

Loading: Maximum load:

FJ09F 180 kg (397 lb) FJ09FC 179 kg (395 lb) (Total weight of rider, passenger, cargo and accessories)

Tire air pressure (measured on cold

tires): Loading condition:

090 kg (0198 lb) Front:

250 kPa (2.50 kgf/cm, 36 psi) Rear:

290 kPa (2.90 kgf/cm, 42 psi) Loading condition:

FJ09F 90180 kg (198397 lb) FJ09FC 90179 kg (198395 lb) Front:

250 kPa (2.50 kgf/cm, 36 psi) Rear:

290 kPa (2.90 kgf/cm, 42 psi) High-speed riding:

Front: 250 kPa (2.50 kgf/cm, 36 psi)

Rear: 290 kPa (2.90 kgf/cm, 42 psi)

Front wheel: Wheel type:

Cast wheel Rim size:

17M/C x MT3.50 Rear wheel:

Wheel type: Cast wheel

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SPECIFICATIONS

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Electronic throttle valve fuse: 7.5 A

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Charging system: AC magneto

attery: Model:

YTZ10S Voltage, capacity:

12 V, 8.6 Ah ulb voltage, wattage quantity: Headlight:

LED Tail/brake light:

LED Front turn signal/position light:

12 V, 21.0 W/5.0 W 2 Rear turn signal light:

12 V, 21.0 W 2 Auxiliary light:

LED License plate light:

12 V, 5.0 W 1 Meter lighting:

LED Neutral indicator light:

LED High beam indicator light:

LED Oil level warning light:

LED Turn signal indicator light:

LED Engine trouble warning light:

LED ABS warning light:

LED

Traction control system indicator/warning light:

LED Fuses:

Main fuse: 50.0 A

Auxiliary fuse 1: 2.0 A

Auxiliary fuse 2: 2.0 A

Terminal fuse 1: 2.0 A

Terminal fuse 2: 2.0 A

Headlight fuse: 7.5 A

Signaling system fuse: 7.5 A

Ignition fuse: 15.0 A

Parking lighting fuse: 10.0 A

Radiator fan motor fuse: 15.0 A

Fuel injection system fuse: 20.0 A

ABS control unit fuse: 7.5 A

ABS motor fuse: 30.0 A

ABS solenoid fuse: 15.0 A

Backup fuse: 7.5 A

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vehicle identification number is d to identify your motorcycle and y be used to register your motorcy- with the licensing authority in your a.

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ine serial number

engine serial number is stamped the crankcase.

ngine serial number

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entification numbers cord the vehicle identification num- r, engine serial number, model label

formation, and the key identification mber in the spaces provided below. ese identification numbers are need- when registering the vehicle with e authorities in your area and when dering spare parts from a Yamaha aler.

HICLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER:

GINE SERIAL NUMBER:

ODEL LABEL INFORMATION:

KEY IDENTIFICATION NUMBER:

EAU26401

Vehicle identification number

The vehicle identification number is stamped into the steering head pipe. Record this number in the space pro- vided.

TIP

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hicle Emission Control Informa-

n label

e Vehicle Emission Control Informa- n label is affixed at the location in the stration. This label shows specifica- ns related to exhaust emissions as uired by federal law, state law and

vironment Canada.

1.

Vehicle Emission Control Information label

1

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EAU26461

odel label

he model label is affixed to the loca- on shown. Record the information on is label in the space provided. This formation will be needed when order- g spare parts from a Yamaha dealer.

EAU26382

Key identification number

The key identification number is stamped into the key tag. Record this number in the space provided and use it for reference when ordering a new key.

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R If injury or death, you should immedi- at otifying Yamaha Motor Corporation, U. that a safety defect exists in a group of me involved in individual problems be To 236 (TTY: 1-800-424-9153); go to ht SE, West Building, Washington, DC 20 ww.safercar.gov.

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eporting safety defects you believe that your vehicle has a defect which could cause a crash or could cause ely inform the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) in addition to n S.A. If NHTSA receives similar complaints, it may open an investigation, and if it finds vehicles, it may order a recall and remedy campaign. However, NHTSA cannot beco tween you, your dealer, or Yamaha Motor Corporation, U.S.A. contact NHTSA, you may call the Vehicle Safety Hotline toll-free at 1-888-327-4

tp://www.safercar.gov; or write to: Administrator, NHTSA, 1200 New Jersey Avenue, 590. You can also obtain other information about motor vehicle safety from http://w

MER INFORMATION

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F ring inoperative by any person other th f design incorporated into any new v chaser or while it is in use or (2) the u ed inoperative by any person. A LISTED BELOW. T tc.

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otorcycle noise regulation AMPERING WITH NOISE CONTROL SYSTEM PROHIBITED:

ederal law prohibits the following acts or the causing thereof: (1) The removal or rende an for purposes of maintenance, repair, or replacement of any device or element o

ehicle for the purpose of noise control prior to its sale or delivery to the ultimate pur se of the vehicle after such device or element of design has been removed or render MONG THOSE ACTS PRESUMED TO CONSTITUTE TAMPERING ARE THE ACTS

hese acts include tampering with the following systems; i.e., modification, removal, e Exhaust system

Muffler Exhaust pipe Silencer

Intake system Air cleaner case Air cleaner element Intake duct

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M Co le will be required to document that m t below is printed only as a reminder th

ler ess

Remarks

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aintenance record pies of work orders and/or receipts for parts purchased and installed on your vehic

aintenance has been completed in accordance with the emissions warranty. The char at maintenance work is required. It is not acceptable proof of maintenance work.

Maintenance interval

Date of service

Mileage Servicing dea

name and addr

600 mi (1000 km) or

1 month 4000 mi

(7000 km) or 6 months 8000 mi

(13000 km) or 12 months 12000 mi

(19000 km) or 18 months 16000 mi

(25000 km) or 24 months 20000 mi

(31000 km) or 30 months 24000 mi

(37000 km) or 36 months 28000 mi

(43000 km) or 42 months 32000 mi

(49000 km) or 48 months

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Remarks

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36000 mi (55000 km) or

54 months 40000 mi

(61000 km) or 60 months

Maintenance interval

Date of service

Mileage Servicing dea

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PERIOD 12,000 km (7,465 miles)

or five years, whichever occurs first

18,000 km (11,185 miles) or five years, whichever occurs first

30,000 km (18,641 miles) or five years, whichever occurs first

AHA MOTOR CORPORATION, U.S.A. MAKES NO ER WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESSED OR IED. ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF CHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A TICULAR PURPOSE WHICH EXCEED THE IGATIONS AND TIME LIMITS STATED IN THIS RANTY ARE HEREBY DISCLAIMED BY YAMAHA OR CORPORATION, U.S.A. AND EXCLUDED M THIS WARRANTY.

E STATES DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON LONG AN IMPLIED WARRANTY LASTS, SO THE VE LIMITATIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. ALSO LUDED FROM THIS WARRANTY ARE ANY DENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES UDING LOSS OF USE. SOME STATES DO NOT W THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF

DENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO ABOVE EXCLUSION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.

WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL TS, AND YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS H VARY FROM STATE TO STATE.

YAMAHA MOTOR CORPORATION, U.S.A. P.O. Box 6555

Cypress, California 90630

INE LACEMENT to 169cc

c to 279cc

c or over

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AMAHA MOTOR CORPORATION, U.S.A. 2015 AND LATER MODEL OTORCYCLE LIMITED WARRANTY

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1.

2.

amaha Motor Corporation, U.S.A. hereby warrants that ach new Yamaha motorcycle purchased from an uthorized Yamaha motorcycle dealer in the continental nited States will be free from defects in material and orkmanship for the period of time stated herein, subject certain stated limitations.

HE PERIOD OF WARRANTY for Yamaha motorcycles riginally equipped with headlight, stoplight, and turn ignals shall be one (1) year from the date of purchase, ith no mileage limitation, except for the battery, which is arranted for thirty (30) days from the date of purchase.

ODELS EXCLUDED FROM WARRANTY include ose used for non-Yamaha-authorized renting, leasing, r other commercial purposes.

URING THE PERIOD OF WARRANTY any authorized amaha motorcycle dealer will, free of charge, repair or place, at Yamahas option, any part adjudged defective

y Yamaha due to faulty workmanship or material from e factory. Parts used in warranty repairs will be arranted for the balance of the products warranty eriod. All parts replaced under warranty become the roperty of Yamaha Motor Corporation, U.S.A.

ENERAL EXCLUSIONS from this warranty shall clude any failures caused by: Competition or racing use. Installation of parts or accessories that are not qualitatively equivalent to genuine Yamaha parts. Abnormal strain, neglect, or abuse. Lack of proper maintenance and off-season storage as described in the Owners Manual. Accident or collision damage. Modification to original parts. Damage due to improper transportation

PECIFIC EXCLUSIONS from this warranty shall clude parts replaced due to normal wear or routine aintenance.

THE CUSTOMERS RESPONSIBILITY under this warranty shall be to:

Operate and maintain the motorcycle as specified in the appropriate Owners Manual, and Give notice to an authorized Yamaha motorcycle dealer of any and all apparent defects within ten (10) days after discovery, and make the machine available at that time for inspection and repairs at such dealers place of business.

WARRANTY TRANSFER: To transfer the warranty from the original purchaser to any subsequent purchaser, it is imperative that the machine be inspected and registered for warranty by an authorized Yamaha motorcycle dealer. In order for this warranty to remain in effect, this inspection and registration must take place within ten (10) days after transfer. A reasonable dealer-imposed fee may be charged for the inspection.

EMISSIONS CONTROL SYSTEM WARRANTY Yamaha Motor Corporation, U.S.A. also warrants to the ultimate purchaser and each subsequent purchaser of each Yamaha motorcycle covered by this warranty with a displacement of 50cc or greater, that the vehicle is designed, built, and equipped so as to conform at the time of sale with all U.S. emissions standards applicable at the time of manufacture and that it is free from defects in materials and workmanship which would cause it not to meet these standards within the periods listed immediately below. Failures other than those resulting from defects in material or workmanship which arise solely as a result of owner abuse and/or lack of proper maintenance are not covered by this warranty.

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What costs are my responsibility during the warranty period? The customers responsibility includes all costs of normal maintenance services, non-warranty repairs, accident and collision damages, and oil, oil filters, air filters, spark plugs, and brake shoes.

What are some examples of abnormal strain, neglect, or abuse? These terms are general and overlap each other in areas. Specific examples include: Running the machine out of oil, sustained high rpm, full-throttle, operating the machine with a broken or damaged part which causes another part to fail, damage or failure due to improper or careless transportation and/or tie-down. If you have any specific questions on operation or maintenance, please contact your dealer for advice.

Does the warranty cover incidental costs such as towing or transportation due to a failure? No. The warranty is limited to repair of the machine itself.

May I perform any or all of the recommended maintenance shown in the Owners Manual instead of having the dealer do them? Yes, if you are a qualified mechanic and follow the procedures specified in the Owners and Service Manual. We do recommend, however, that items requiring special tools or equipment be done by a Yamaha motorcycle dealer.

Will the warranty be void or cancelled if I do not operate or maintain my new motorcycle exactly as specified in the Owners Manual? No. The warranty on a new motorcycle cannot be voided or cancelled. However, if a particular failure is caused by operation or maintenance other than as described in the Owners Manual, that failure may not be covered under warranty.

What responsibility does my dealer have under this warranty? Each Yamaha motorcycle dealer is expected to:

Completely set up every new machine before sale. Explain the operation, maintenance, and warranty requirements to your satisfaction at the time of sale, and upon your request at any later date. Each Yamaha motorcycle dealer is held responsible for his setup, service and warranty repair work.

Is the warranty transferable to second owners? Yes. The remainder of the existing warranty can be transferred upon request. The unit has to be inspected and re-registered by an authorized Yamaha motorcycle dealer for the policy to remain effective.

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AMAHA EXTENDED SERVICE (Y.E.S.)

Keep your Yamaha protected even after your warranty expires with genuine Yamaha Extended Service (Y.E.S.).

Y.E.S. is designed and administered by Yamaha Motor Corporation to provide maximum owner satisfaction. You get uninterrupted factory-backed coverage for extra peace of mind.

Y.E.S. is flexible. You choose the plan thats right for you: 12 months, 24 months, 36 months or, on certain models, even 48 months beyond your warranty period.

Y.E.S. is designed and administered by the same Yamaha people who handle your warranty and it shows in the comprehensive coverage benefits. There are no mileage limitations. Coverage isnt limited to moving parts or the drive train like many other plans. And Y.E.S. covers manufacturing defects just like the warranty. See the sample contract at your Yamaha dealer to see how comforting uninterrupted factory- backed protection can be.

You dont have to pay anything for covered repairs. Theres no deductible to pay, and repairs arent pro-rated. You dont have any out-of-pocket expenses for covered repairs.

In addition, Travel and R (TRIP) is included at no $250 reimbursement pe expenses you incur covered service: replace towing, phone calls, eve away from home. This s when you purchase Y.E repairs as well as cov Y.E.S. plan period.

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We urge you to act now. Youll get the excellent benefits of TRIP coverage right away, and youll rest easy knowing youll have strong factory-backed protection even after your Yamaha Limited Warranty expires.

A special note: If visiting your dealer isnt convenient, contact Yamaha with your Primary ID number (your frame number). Well be happy to help you get the Y.E.S. coverage you need.

Yamaha Service Marketing P.O. Box 6555 Cypress, CA 90630 1-(866)-YES-EXTD (1-866-937-3983)

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ables, checking and lubricating .........7-27 anister (for California only) .................7-11 are ........................................................8-1 atalytic converter................................4-25 enterstand and sidestand, checking and lubricating....................................7-29 lutch lever...........................................4-18 lutch lever free play, adjusting ...........7-21 oolant .................................................7-14

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E Engine break-in ...................................... 6-4 Engine idling speed, checking ............. 7-17 Engine oil and oil filter cartridge........... 7-11 Engine serial number............................ 10-1 Engine trouble warning light................... 4-3

F Front and rear brake pads, checking ... 7-22 Front fork, adjusting ............................. 4-31 Front fork, checking ............................. 7-30 Fuel....................................................... 4-23 Fuel tank breather hose and overflow

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I Identification numbers.......................... 10-1 Ignition circuit cut-off system............... 4-35 Indicator lights and warning lights ......... 4-2

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lubricating........................................... 7-27 Throttle grip free play, checking........... 7-17 Tires...................................................... 7-18 Tool kit .................................................... 7-2 Traction control system........................ 4-21 Traction control system indicator/

warning light ......................................... 4-4 Troubleshooting.................................... 7-38 Troubleshooting charts......................... 7-39 Turn signal indicator lights ..................... 4-2 Turn signal light bulb, replacing ........... 7-36 Turn signal switch................................. 4-17

Valve clearance .................................... 7-18 Vehicle Emission Control Information

label.................................................... 10-2 Vehicle identification number ............... 10-1

Warranty, extended .............................. 10-9 Warranty, limited .................................. 10-7 Wheel bearings, checking .................... 7-31 Wheels.................................................. 7-20 Windshield ............................................ 4-30

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