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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There should be two bolts/ one per side on the rear side panels. The should be about 10mm and they hold the side panels and the rear of the seat to the frame. Remove those two bolts, and then slide your seat rearward, because there is a plastic tab that holds the seat to the gas tank. Installation is reverse. Slide fwd, install bolts. Good Luck.22
Posted on Jun 13, 2009
SOURCE: i am not getting any spark
You will need a digital multimeter for easy reading ( The one I use cost $5 ). Find the connecter for the two wires for the on/off switch. Disconnect the wires and connect the meter leads to these terminals. Set the meter to Ohms and check that the switch opens and closes connection. Should read OL when open and .01 when closed depending on meter setting. If it checks out, then not the switch. Also check the coil and spark plug boot/wire with Ohm meter. Be sure that the boot is firmly connected to the wire. Small wire to frame- OL. Small wire to spark plug boot- thousands of Ohms (possibly 5000-30000 but don't know the spec). If either of these shows a small number of ohms (example: .01-7 ohms), then there is a short in the coil. Also check that the steel bar of the coil is grounded to the frame/engine with Ohm meter- 0.01. To test the source coil connect ohm meter to small wire coming out and other meter lead to engine ground- should be hundreds of ohms. Sometimes it is easier to start replacing at the least expensive part!
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
SOURCE: my yamaha pw80 wont tick over
make sure enough petrol is getting to your carb, check the fuel line going from your tank to the carb make sure it is completely free nothing bloacking it t all, nd if that does not work buy some carb cleaner :)
Posted on Aug 01, 2010
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