Question about Yamaha YZF-R125 Motorcycles
Posted by Anonymous on
Simple. Remove the screw holding the bezel of the headlight (the chrome ring around the outside of the headlight), lift up from the bottom, the bezel is held on by a tab on the top. Disconnect the plug on the back of the light. Don't worry it can only go on and off one way.
If you have the old old type you replace the whole light, most likely it just a bulb, which you move the rubber boot out of the way and turn to disconnect. When you put a new bulb in be oh so careful to not touch the glass on the new bulb-oil on your fingers will cause the new bulb to blow the second you turn it on. IF you do accidentally touch it, wipe it off with alcohol. I wipe them off anyway, why not. Twist back in and re assemble.
Posted on Aug 26, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Yamaha R125 might be launched by 2008 end.It will showcase some of the most advanced tech in probiking like the deltabox frame,Fuel injection,monoshocks,hemi combustion chamber forged pistons that can resist high temperature and a lot more.
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
Hello, From my experence with most Motorcycles the Color Code is Not Easily Available to find like most Cars (under the Hood or in the Door Jam). I have Noticed on "All" Harleys and Some *** Bikes there is a "Label" with the Paint "Color Name" under the Fuel Tank. Also All Motorcycle Dealers have a "Paint Code Book" that lists All of the Painted Parts with the Colors by: Year, Make and Model. For Example: in 1997 Harleys used "States Blue Pearl" and in 2002 Harleys used "Luxury Blue" and 2005 Harleys used "Rich Sunglo Blue" & "Chopper Blue". So if you can't find a "Paint Label" on your bike? you shoud be able to call you Local Yamaha Dealers Parts Dept. and give him your: Year, Make & Model and he can tell you over the phone the Name of the Color of you Paint. Also "PPG" who is one of the Largest Mfg's of Automotive Paint also has a Computer listing of most Motorcycle Paints and can mix some up for you. Look in you local phone book under Automotive Paint Suppliers. Thanks Azharleybob
Posted on May 01, 2010
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