Yamaha BR250TD, CS340ED, ET410TRD, VK540ED 2000 Owner's Manual PDF

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Summary of Content for Yamaha BR250TD, CS340ED, ET410TRD, VK540ED 2000 Owner's Manual PDF

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INTRODUCTION Congratulations! Your choice of a Yamaha snowmobile assures you of the highest quality and dependability... Your Yamaha snowmobile is manufactured by a company well- known for excellence in the field of snowmobiles... The most advanced production equipment and technology have made Yamaha one of the best machine manufacturers... We are confident that this snowmobile will meet the great- est expectations of our customers... This manual is de- signed to acquaint you with the operation of this snowmo- bile and minor maintenance required for satisfactory ser- vice... Should major repairs ever be required, you are advised to consult a nearby Yamaha dealer who has the techniques, tools and parts to ensure your satisfaction... We hope that the information within this booklet will help you enjoy many hours of pleasure with your Yamaha snowmobile...

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design and quality... Therefore, while this manual con- tains the most current product information available at the time of printing, there may be minor discrepancies between your machine and this manual... If there is any question concerning this manual, please consult your Yamaha dealer...

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CONTROL FUNCTIONS ... 5-1 MAIN SWITCH... 5-1 STARTER LEVER (CHOKE) ... 5-1 PRIMER PUMP KNOB (BR250T) ... 5-2 THROTTLE LEVER ... 5-2 THROTTLE OVERRIDE SYSTEM (T... O... R... S... ) ... 5-3 ENGINE STOP SWITCH ... 5-3 BRAKE LEVER ... 5-4 PARKING BRAKE BUTTON... 5-4 DRIVE SELECT LEVER (SHIFT LEVER) (ET410TR) ... 5-5 DRIVE SELECT LEVER (SHIFT LEVER) (VK540E)... 5-5 V-BELT GUARD ... 5-6 V-BELT HOLDER (BR250T/CS340E/ET410TR) ... 5-6 SHROUD LATCH ... 5-7 ENGINE ROOM PLATES (BR250T) ... 5-8 ENGINE ROOM PLATES (CS340E) ... 5-8 ENGINE ROOM PLATES (ET410TR) ... 5-9 ENGINE ROOM PLATES (VK540E) ... 5-9 FUEL TANKS (BR250T) ... 5-10

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PERIODIC MAINTENANCE ... 8-1 MAINTENANCE CHART ... 8-1 TOOL KIT ... 8-4 SPARK PLUG INSPECTION ... 8-5 ENGINE IDLE SPEED ADJUSTMENT... 8-6 THROTTLE CABLE ADJUSTMENT ... 8-7 OIL PUMP CABLE ADJUSTMENT... 8-8 CARBURETOR ADJUSTMENT ... 8-8 HIGH ALTITUDE ADJUSTMENTS ... 8-11 FAN BELT (VK540E) ... 8-11 DRIVE V-BELT REPLACEMENT (BR250T/CS340E) ... 8-12 DRIVE V-BELT REPLACEMENT (ET410TR/VK540E) ... 8-13 DRIVE CHAIN HOUSING ... 8-15 BRAKE/PARKING BRAKE (BR250T) ... 8-17 BRAKE/PARKING BRAKE (CS340E/ET410TR)... 8-18 BRAKE/PARKING BRAKE (VK540E) ... 8-19 SUSPENSION (BR250T) ... 8-19 SUSPENSION (CS340E/ET410TR) 8-20 SUSPENSION (VK540E)... 8-21 FULL RATE ADJUSTER (VK540E) ... 8-22 TRACK ADJUSTMENT ... 8-23 SKI ALIGNMENT ... 8-26

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WARRANTY TRANSFER: To transfer any remain- ing warranty from the original purchaser to any subse- quent purchaser, it is imperative that the machine be inspected and registered for warranty by an authorized Yamaha snowmobile dealer... In order for this warranty to remain in effect, this inspection and registration must take place within ten (10) days after ownership transfer... An inspection and registration fee will be charged for this service...

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If your machine requires warranty service, you must take it to any authorized Yamaha snowmobile dealer within the continental United States... Be sure to bring your warranty identification card or other valid proof of the original date of purchase... If a question or problem arises regarding warranty, first contact the owner of the dealer- ship... Since all warranty matters are handled at the dealer level, this person is in the best position to help you... If you are still not satisfied and require additional assistance, please write:

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The federal government requires each manufacturer of a motor vehicle to maintain a complete, up-to-date list of all first purchasers against the possibility of a safety-related defect and recall... This list is compiled from the purchase registrations sent to Yamaha Motor Corporation, U... S... A... by the selling dealer at the time of your purchase...

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In addition, Travel and Recreation Inter- ruption Protection (TRIP) is included at no extra cost... TRIP gives you up to $150 reim- bursement per occurrence for any reason- able expenses you incur because your Yamaha needs covered service: replace- ment vehicle rental, emergency towing , phone calls, even food and lodging when you are away from home... This superb coverage goes into effect when you pur- chase Y... E... S... , so it applies to any warranty repairs as well as covered repairs during your entire Y... E... S... plan period...

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AFIN DVITER TOUT RISQUE DE BLESSURE SRIEUSE OU MME MORTELLE, VEUILLEZ SUIVRE LES RECOMMANDATIONS SUIVANTES: A v a n t d u t i l i s e r c e v h i c u l e , l i r e l e m a n u e l d u p ropr i ta i re e t tou tes les t iquet tes ... A v a n t d e d m a r r e r l e m o t e u r , v r i f i e r l o p r a t i o n du f re in , de l acc l ra teur e t de la d i rec t ion ... L e f r e i n d e s c u r i t d o i t t r e a p p l i q u l o r s d u dmarrage... N e p a s r o u l e r a v e c l e f r e i n d e s c u r i t a c t i o n n ... En cas d u rgence , u t i l i se r l i n te r rup teu r d a r r t du moteur ... Ne pas la isser tourner le moteur sans la courroie ou sans son garde... S a s s u r e r q u e l e b o u c h o n d u r s e r v o i r s o i t b i e n re fe rm aprs le rempl issage... A f in d v i te r tou t r i sque de co l l i s ion , ne pas rou le r sur un chemin pub l ic ... Ce vh icu le es t conu pour un conducteur seu l - aucun passager ... Tou jours por te r un casque approuv e t un habi l lement de motoneig is te ... Prvoi r une protect ion pour les yeux...

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AFIN DVITER TOUT RISQUE DE BLESSURE SRIEUSE OU MME MORTELLE, VEUILLEZ SUIVRE LES RECOMMANDATIONS SUIVANTES: Avant dutiliser ce vhicule, lire le manuel du propritaire et toutes les tiquettes... Avant de dmarrer le moteur, vrifier lopration du frein, de lacclrateur et de la direction... Le frein de scurit doit tre appliqu lors du dmarrage... Ne pas rouler avec le frein de scurit actionn... En cas durgence, utiliser linterrupteur darrt du moteur... Ne pas laisser tourner le moteur sans la courroie ou sans son garde... Sassurer que le bouchon du rservoir soit bien referm aprs le remplissage... Afin dviter tout risque de collision, ne pas rouler sur un chemin public... Toujours porter un casque approuv et un habillement de motoneigiste... Prvoir une protection pour les yeux... Vrifier la position du levier (en marche, arrire ou bas) avant dtre en marche...

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5... For safety and proper care of the machine, always perform the pre-operation checks on page 6-1 ~ 6-8 before starting the engine... Check the throttle, steering and brake operation every time before starting the engine... Be sure the throttle lever moves freely and it returns to the idle position when it is released...

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2... Be careful where you ride... There may be obstacles hidden beneath the snow... Stay on established trails to minimize your exposure to hazards... Ride slowly and cautiously when you ride off of established trails... Hitting a rock or stump, or running into wires could cause an accident and injury...

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6... Many surfaces such as ice and hard-packed snow require much longer stopping distances... Be alert, plan ahead and begin decelerating early... The best braking method on most surfaces is to release the throttle and apply the brake gently not suddenly...

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1 Ski damper 2 Fuel cock lever 3 Windshield 4 Steering handlebar 5 Seat 6 Drive track 7 Slide rail suspension 8 Frame 9 Steering ski 0 Front baffle plate A Shroud B Headlight C Taillight D Flap E Tow hitch F Speedometer G Primer pump knob H Engine stop switch I Throttle lever J Starter handle K Shroud latch L Starter lever M Main switch N Headlight beam switch O Brake lever P Parking brake button

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1 Windshield 2 Steering handlebar 3 Seat 4 Drive track 5 Slide rail suspension 6 Frame 7 Steering ski 8 Telescopic strut suspension 9 Shroud 0 Headlight A Front baffle plate B Taillight C Flap D Luggage box E Speedometer F Engine stop switch G Throttle lever H Shroud latch I Main switch J Grip warmer switch K Starter handle L Starter lever M Headlight beam switch N Brake lever O Parking brake button

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1 Windshield 2 Steering handlebar 3 Seat 4 Drive track 5 Slide rail suspension 6 Frame 7 Telescopic strut suspension 8 Steering ski 9 Headlight 0 Front baffle plate A Shroud B Tow hitch C Flap D Taillight E Brake lever F Parking brake button G Headlight beam switch H Odometer I Speedometer J Trip odometer K Engine stop switch L Throttle lever M Drive select lever (Shift lever) N Shroud latch O Grip warmer switch P Starter handle Q Main switch R Trip odometer reset knob S Starter lever

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1 Windshield 2 Steering handlebar 3 Seat 4 Drive track 5 Slide rail suspension 6 Frame 7 Telescopic strut suspension 8 Steering ski 9 Headlight 0 Front baffle plate A Shroud B Taillight C Flap D Tow hitch E Luggage box F Headlight adjusting knob G Engine stop switch H Throttle lever I Drive select lever (Shift lever) J Main switch K Starter handle L Starter lever M Grip warmer switch N Headlight beam switch O Brake lever P Parking brake button

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MAIN SWITCH The main switch controls the following items... 1OFF: Ignition circuit is switched off... The key can be removed only in this position... 2ON: Ignition circuit is switched on... The engine can be started... 3 START (CS340E/VK540E): Starting circuit is switched on... The starter motor starts...

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THROTTLE LEVER Once the engine is running cleanly, squeezing 2 of the throttle lever 1 will increase the engine speed and cause engagement of the drive system... Regulate the speed of the machine by varying the throttle position... Because the throttle is spring-loaded, the machine will decelerate, and the engine will return to an idle when the thumb is released 3...

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ENGINE STOP SWITCH The engine stop switch 1 is used to stall the engine in an emergency... Simply push 2 the engine stop switch, and the engine will stop... To start the engine, pull 3 the engine stop switch and see page 7-1 ~ 7-2 for more details... During the first few rides, you should practice using the switch while driving so that you can react quickly in an emergency...

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PARKING BRAKE BUTTON When parking the machine or starting the engine, apply the parking brake... Squeeze the brake lever 1, then push down 3 the parking brake button 2 while releasing the brake lever... To release the parking brake, just squeeze the brake lever...

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DRIVE SELECT LEVER (SHIFT LEVER) (VK540E) The drive select lever is used to shift your machine into drive, low or reverse... After coming to a complete stop, squeeze the stopper underneath the lever and move the lever to the desired position... 1 Drive select lever (Shift lever) 2 Stopper

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V-BELT HOLDER (BR250T/CS340E/ET410TR) Keep a spare V-belt for emergency use by putting it into the holder provided... BR250T

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SHROUD LATCH To open the shroud, unhook the latch, then slowly raise the shroud forward until it stops... When closing the shroud, slowly lower it to its home position, then hook the shroud latches...

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Open the baffle plate, remove the recoil seal and side plate when the ambient temperature is above 5C (41... 5F)...

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ENGINE ROOM PLATES (ET410TR) Open the plates to cool down the engine...

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3 RES: In this position, fuel flows from the sub-tank to the carburetor... The machine can be operated for a short time... If the machine runs out of fuel in the ON position, turn the lever to the RES position... Remember to fill both main and sub fuel tanks at the first opportunity... After refueling, return the lever to the ON posi- tion...

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LUGGAGE BOX (VK540E) Luggage box is located under the seat... The seat can be opened left side by unhooking the latches on the right side seat... To close the seat, slowly turn the seat right side... When it fits back to the home position, hook the latches...

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GRIP AND THUMB WARMER SWITCH (CS340E/ET410TR/VK540E) This switch controls the electrically heated handlebar grips and throttle lever...

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The engine and muffler will be very hot after the engine has been run... Avoid touching the engine and muffler while they are still hot with any part of your body or clothing during inspection or repair...

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of ethanol can be used, although richer jetting may be required to prevent engine damage... Consult a Yamaha dealer... Gasohol containing methanol is not recommended...

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Do not use alcohol deicers or water absorbing additives with oxygenated fuel...

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2... Hold the pivot point of the throttle lever away from the throttle switch by putting your thumb (above) and fore- finger (below) between the throttle lever pivot 1 and stop switch housing 2... While holding as described above, press the throttle lever 3 gradually... The engine should stop immediately...

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BRAKE (See page 8-17 ~ 8-19 for more details... ) Test the brake at slow speed when starting out to make sure it is working properly... If the brake does not provide proper braking performance, inspect the brake for wear...

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Do not operate the machine if you find damage to the drive track, or misadjustment... Drive track damage and/or failure could result in loss of braking ability and machine control, which could cause an accident...

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CAUTION: Be sure to ride on the fresh snow frequently to avoid rapid wear of slide runner when operating on ice or hard packed snow...

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SERVICE TOOLS AND SPARE PARTS It is a good practice to carry service tools and spare parts with your machine so that minor repairs can be done by yourself... The following should be carried with you (for BR250T/ET410TR) or in the luggage box (for CS340E/ VK540E)... Tool kit Flashlight Roll of plastic tape Steel wire Tow rope Emergency starter rope In addition to these, it is advisable to have the following spare parts: Drive belt Light bulbs Spark plugs When you start out for a long distance trip, extra fuel and oil should be carried...

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3... BR250T: Pull slowly on the recoil starter until it is engaged, then pull it briskly... After the engine starts, warm up the engine until it does not run roughly or begin to stall when the starter lever is returned to the Close position...

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ET410TR: Pull slowly on the recoil starter until it is engaged, then pull it briskly... After the engine starts, put the starter lever (choke) in the Half-open position... Warm up the engine until it does not run roughly or begin to stall when the starter lever is returned to the Close position...

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EMERGENCY ENGINE STARTING (BR250T/ET410TR) If the recoil starter system should fail, take the emergency starter rope out of the tool kit box and proceed as follows...

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BREAK-IN There is never a more important period in the life of your machine than the Break-In period... For the first 10 hours, approximately 200 km (125 mi), do not put an excessive load on the engine... Avoid prolonged full throttle operation... Also avoid lugging the engine, such as laborious operation in wet snow... If any abnormal condition is noticed, such as excessive vibration or noise, consult a Yamaha dealer...

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GETTING TO KNOW YOUR SNOWMOBILE A snowmobile is a rider active vehicle, and your riding position and your balance are the two basic factors of maneuvering your snowmobile... Riding your snowmobile requires skills acquired through practice over a period of time... Take the time to learn the basic techniques well before attempting more difficult maneuvers... Riding your new snowmobile can be a very enjoyable activity, providing you with hours of pleasure... But it is essential to familiarize yourself with the operation of the snowmobile to achieve the skill necessary to enjoy riding safely... Before you begin to ride, be sure you have read this Owners Manual completely and understand the operation of the controls... Pay particular attention to the safety information on page 3-1 ~ 3-3... Please read all warning and caution labels on your snow- mobile... Also read the Snowmobilers Safety Handbook originally supplied with your machine...

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TURNING For most snow surfaces, body English is the key to turning... As you approach a curve, slow down and begin to turn the handlebars in the desired direction... As you do so, put your weight on the running board to the inside of the turn and lean your upper body into the turn... This procedure should be practiced at slow speed many times in a large flat area with no obstacles... Once you have learned this technique, you should be able to perform it at higher speeds or in tighter curves... Lean more as the turn gets sharper or is made at higher speeds...

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RIDING UPHILL You should practice first on gentle slopes... Try more difficult climbs only after you have developed your skill... As you approach a hill, accelerate before you start the climb, and then reduce the throttle opening to prevent track slippage... It is also important to keep your weight on the uphill side at all times... On climbs straight up the hill this can be accom- plished by leaning forward and, on steeper inclines, stand- ing on the running boards and leaning forward over the handlebars... (Also see CROSSING A SLOPE... ) Slow down as you reach the crest of the hill, and be prepared to react to obstacles, sharp drops, or other people or vehicles which may be on the other side... If you are unable to continue up a hill, do not spin the track... Stop the engine and set the parking brake... Then pull the rear of the snowmobile around to point the machine back down the hill... Do not get on the downhill side of the machine... When the snowmobile is pointed downhill, re- start the engine, release the parking brake, and descend the hill...

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Crossing the face of a slope (side hill) requires you to properly position your weight to maintain proper balance... As you travel across the slope, lean your body to position your weight towards the uphill side... A recommended riding position is to kneel with the knee of the downhill leg on the seat and the foot of the uphill leg on the running board... This position will make it easier for you to shift your body weight as needed... Snow and ice are slippery, so be prepared for the possibil- ity that your snow-mobile could begin to slip sideways on the slope... If this happens, steer in the direction of the slide if there are no obstacles in your path... As you regain proper balance, gradually steer again in the direction you wish to travel...

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Other conditions that should be avoided for the sake of drive track and slide runner life are: 1... Glare ice surfaces 2... Snow mixed with a lot of dirt and sand All the above conditions have one thing in common in regard to drive track and slide runners; little or no lubricat- ing ability... Drive track and all slide rail systems require lubrication (snow or water) between the plastic runners and the metal track inserts... In the absence of lubrication, the plastic runners will rapidly wear and in severe cases, literally melt away, and the drive track will be subjected to damage and/or failure... Also, traction aids such as studs, cleats etc... , may cause further track damage and/or failure...

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CAUTION: Be sure to ride on the fresh snow frequently to avoid rapid wear and damage of the drive track and slide runners when operating under ice or hard packed snow conditions...

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2... Press the throttle lever slowly to move the machine... 3... Turn the handlebar in the desired direction... 4... Squeeze the brake lever to stop the machine... 5... Apply parking brake squeeze the brake lever and

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3... Press the throttle lever slowly to move the machine... 4... Turn the handlebar in the desired direction... 5... Squeeze the brake lever to stop the machine... 6... Apply parking brake - squeeze the brake lever and push

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carburetors... Otherwise, the vibration and bumps from the road surface could make it possible for fuel to flow through the carburetor into the crankcase... This can result in hydrostatic lock, a condition where the engine cannot rotate because of fuel accumulated in the en- gine... Severe engine damage can result from hydro- static lock... When possible, the fuel tank should be empty during transportation, especially if the trip will be 30 minutes or longer...

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MAINTENANCE CHART Regular maintenance is most important for best performance and safe operation...

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It is recommended that these items be serviced by a Yamaha dealer... Apply initial 1 month or 400 km (250 mi, 20 hr)

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Check specific gravity and breather pipe operation... Charge/Correct if neces- sary...

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NOTE: If you do not have a torque wrench available during a service operation requiring one, take your machine to a Yamaha dealer to check the torque settings and adjust them if necessary...

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SPARK PLUG INSPECTION The spark plug is an important engine component and is easy to inspect... The condition of the spark plug can indicate something of the condition of the engine... Check the coloration on the white porcelain insulator around the center electrode... The ideal coloration at this point is a medium to a light tan color for a machine that is being ridden normally... If a spark plug shows a distinctly different color, there could be something wrong with the engine... For example, a very white center electrode porcelain color could indicate an intake track air leak or carburetion problem for that cylinder... Do not attempt to diagnose such problems yourself... Instead, take the machine to your Yamaha dealer... You should periodically remove and in- spect the spark plug because heat and deposits will cause any spark plug to slowly break down and erode... Consult your dealer before changing to a different type of spark plug...

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When installing the plug, always clean the gasket surface... Wipe off any grime from the threads and torque the spark plug properly...

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1... Loosen the adjuster locknut... 2... Turn the adjuster in or out until proper throttle lever free

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Under some operating conditions the carburator setting may have to be changed due to air temperature changes, elevation changes, use of alcohol oxygenated fuels, etc... and should be done by an authorized Yamaha dealer...

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Never remove the drain plug or the float chamber while the engine is hot... Fuel will flow out from the float chamber which could ignite and cause injury...

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2... Pinch the fuel hose to prevent fuel flowing... 3... Remove the drain plug and install the proper main jet... 4... Assemble by reversing the removal steps...

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HIGH ALTITUDE ADJUSTMENTS Operating at high altitude reduces the performance of a gasoline engine, about 3% for every 305 m (1000 ft) of elevation... This is because there is less air as altitude increases... Less air means less oxygen available for com- bustion... Your snowmobile can be adjusted to overcome most of the problems found in high altitude riding... Carburetor adjust- ments are the most important... Less air at high altitude makes the fuel/air ratio too rich, which can cause poor performance... Common problems are hard starting, bog- ging, and plug fouling... Follow the Main Jet Setting chart which is available at an authorized Yamaha dealer care- fully... Proper carburetion adjustments will correct the fuel/ air ratio...

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push 2 it so that it separates from the fixed sheave... 3... Pull 3 the belt up over the secondary fixed sheave... 4... Remove the belt from the secondary sheave and pri-

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Be sure there are 2 spacers 1 between secondary fixed and sliding sheaves when installing the NEW belt... If there is no gap, the clutch engagement speed will be reduced... The machine may move unexpectedly when the engine is started...

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push 2 it so that it separates from the fixed sheave... 3... Pull 3 the belt up over the secondary fixed sheave... 4... Remove the belt from the secondary sheave and pri-

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3... BR250T/CS340E: Check the level hole bolt gasket... If damaged, replace it... ET410TR/VK540E: Check the level hole bolt gasket and filler cap O-ring... If damaged, replace it...

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If the deflection exceeds specification, adjust the chain tension... 2... Loosen the locknut... 3... Turn the adjuster bolt in or out until proper chain

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BRAKE/PARKING BRAKE (BR250T) Checking Pad Wear Check pad wear by measuring the thickness of the brake pad... If the pad reaches the wear limit, consult a Yamaha dealer for replacement...

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BRAKE/PARKING BRAKE (CS340E/ET410TR) Checking Pad Wear Check pad wear by measuring the thickness of the brake pad... If the pad reaches the wear limit, consult a Yamaha dealer for replacement...

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SUSPENSION (BR250T) The suspension can be adjusted to suit rider preference... A softer setting, for example, may provide greater rider comfort, while a stiffer setting may allow more precise handling and control over certain types of terrain or riding conditions...

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SUSPENSION (CS340E/ET410TR) The suspension can be adjusted to suit rider preference... A softer setting, for example, may provide greater rider comfort, while a stiffer setting may allow more precise handling and control over certain types of terrain or riding conditions...

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SUSPENSION (VK540E) The suspension can be adjusted to suit rider preference... A softer setting, for example, may provide greater rider comfort, while a stiffer setting may allow more precise handling and control over certain types of terrain or riding conditions...

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FULL RATE ADJUSTER (VK540E) The total suspension spring rate and damping character- istics can be adjusted by changing the installed position of the shock-absorber assembly...

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Inspect track condition frequently... Replace dam- aged track guide clips... Replace the track if it is damaged to the depth where fabric reinforcement material is visible or support rods are broken... Oth- erwise, track damage and/or failure could result in loss of braking ability and machine control, which could cause an accident...

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4... Check the track alignment with the slide runner 3... If the alignment is incorrect, turn the left and right adjuster to adjust...

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NOTE: Install the box C and wrench D of the tool kit on the adjuster locknut E to turn the adjuster as follows; Set the wrench as far as space permits and turn it... Remove the wrench and turn it over F and install

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SKI ALIGNMENT 1... Turn the handlebars so the skis face straight ahead... 2... Check the following for ski alignment...

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HANDLEBAR ADJUSTMENT (BR250T) 1... Loosen the handlebar bolts... Move the handlebar as-

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HANDLEBAR ADJUSTMENT (CS340E/ET410TR/VK540E) 1... Remove the handlebar cover 1... 2... Loosen the handlebar bolts... Move the handlebar

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Apply a dab of grease to the cable end only... Do not grease the brake/throttle cables themselves because they could become frozen, which could cause loss of control...

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CAUTION: Keep oil or your hands away from the glass part of bulb or its life and illumination will be affected... If the glass is oil stained, thoroughly clean it with a cloth moistened with alcohol or lacquer thinner...

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CAUTION: Keep oil or your hands away from the glass part of bulb or its life and illumination will be affected... If the glass is oil stained, thoroughly clean it with a cloth moistened with alcohol or lacquer thinner...

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Battery electrolyte is poisonous and dangerous, caus- ing severe burns, etc... contains sulfuric (sulphuric) acid... Avoid contact with skin, eyes or clothing... Antidote: EXTERNAL-Flush with water... INTERNAL-Drink large quantities of water or milk... Follow with milk of magnesia, beaten egg or vegetable oil... Call physician immediately... Eyes: Flush with water for 15 minutes and get prompt medi- cal attention... Batteries produce explosive gases... Keep sparks, flame, cigarettes, etc... away... Ventilate when charging or us- ing in closed space... Always cover eyes when working near batteries... KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN...

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Be sure to use specified fuse... A wrong fuse will cause electrical system damage and A FIRE HAZARD...

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2... Hydrolock (fuel has filled crankcase when vehicle was transported) ... Re- move spark plug(s), turn engine over several times with ignition off to expel excess fuel... Consult dealer...

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ture ... carburetor... Consult dealer... 3... Improper fuel flow ... See A... 1... above... 4... Clutch settings not correct for altitude

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4... Engine Proper storage of the engine is essential to prevent costly rust and corrosion dam- age to internal engine components... This is more important than ever in those areas where oxygenated fuel (gasohol) is used, because the alcohol content in the fuel increases the chance for water to enter the engine... Use Yamaha Stor-Rite Fogging Oil, or an equivalent, to protect both combustion chamber and crank-

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When returning your machine to service, reinstall the drive belt and adjust the track... Reinstall the battery, and make sure the battery vent tube is properly reinstalled and is not kinked... Remove the spark plugs and clean them or replace them... Perform all other pre-opera- tion and seasonal maintenance listed in the Periodic Maintenance chart...

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Molded rubber, fiber glass rod reinforced 381 mm (15 in) 40 ~ 50 mm (1... 57 ~ 1... 97 in)/ 100 N {(10 kg (22 lb)} 1126 mm (44... 3 in) Slide rail suspension Double polyethylene, 7 teeth

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Automatic centrifugal engagement, infinitely variable 3... 5:1 ~ 1:1 Approx... 266 mm (10... 47 in) Approx... 11 mm (0... 43 in) Approx... 3200 r/min Approx... 5900 r/min Single roller chain enclosed in oil bath 24/10 (2... 4)

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60... 0 59... 6 mm (2... 362 2... 346 in) 1800 100 r/min YAMALUBE 2-cycle oil TEIKEI, Y26W-2 1 Unleaded gasoline

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Automatic centrifugal engagement, infi- nitely variable 3... 5:1 ~ 1:1 Approx... 268... 5 mm (10... 57 in) Approx... 11 mm (0... 43 in) Approx... 3500 r/min Approx... 6600 r/min Duplax roller chain enclosed in oil bath 22/12 (1... 83)

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66... 0 59... 6 mm (2... 598 2... 346 in) 1900 100 r/min YAMALUBE 2-cycle oil TEIKEI Y26W-2 1 Unleaded gasoline

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Automatic centrifugal engagement, infi- nitely variable 3... 5:1 ~ 1:1 Approx... 268... 5 mm (10... 57 in) Approx... 11 mm (0... 43 in) Approx... 3000 r/min Approx... 6500 r/min Silent chain enclosed in oil bath 38/17 (2... 24)

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Molded rubber, fiber glass rod reinforced 500 mm (19... 7 in) 35 ~ 45 mm (1... 38 ~ 1... 77 in)/ 100 N {10 kg ( 22 lb)} 1204 mm (47... 4 in) Slide rail suspension Triple polyethylene, 9 teeth

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Automatic centrifugal engagement, infinitely variable 3... 8:1 ~ 0... 95:1 Approx... 268... 5 mm (10... 57 in) Approx... 16 mm (0... 63 in) Approx... 2600 r/min Approx... 6700 r/min Triple roller chain enclosed in oil bath 39/17 (2... 29), Low: (28/22 28/22) (39/17) = (3... 72)

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1 Speedometer light 2 Carburetor switch 3 Tail/brake light 4 Spark plug 5 Ignition coil 6 CDI unit 7 CDI magneto 8 Voltage regulator 9 Brake light switch 0 Headlight beam switch A Main switch B Accel switch C Engine stop switch D Engine stop switch E Frame ground F Headlight G Thumb warmer (option) H Grip warmer (option) I Grip warmer switch (option)

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B ... Black Br... Brown G ... Green L ... Blue O ... Orange R... Red W ... White Y ... Yellow B/W ... Black/White B/Y ... Black/Yellow G/Y ... Green/Yellow L/W ... Blue/White R/W ... Red/White W/R ... White/Red Y/B ... Yellow/Black Y/L ... Yellow/Blue Y/R ... Yellow/Red

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1 Speedometer light 2 Tachometer light (option) 3 Thumb warmer 4 Grip warmer 5 Grip warmer switch 6 Main switch 7 Fuse (option) 8 Battery (option) 9 Starter relay (option) 0 Tail/brake light A Spark plug B Ignition coil C Starter motor (option) D CDI unit E CDI magneto F Rectifier/regulator G Frame ground H Back buzzer I Gear position switch J Brake light switch K Headlight beam switch L Carburetor switch M Accel switch N Engine stop switch O Headlight

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COLOR CODE B ... Black Br... Brown Ch... Chocolate G ... Green L ... Blue O ... Orange P ... Pink R... Red W ... White Y ... Yellow B/W ... Black/White B/Y ... Black/Yellow G/Y ... Green/Yellow L/W ... Blue/White R/W ... Red/White W/R ... White/Red Y/B ... Yellow/Black Y/L ... Yellow/Blue Y/R ... Yellow/Red

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