Question about 2010 Honda XL125V Varadero
Want to remove broken ignition switch is it bolted on with security bolts as i don't seem to be able to losen them (xl 125 v )
Usually fitted with security bolts at the factory...the heads snap off when first tightened.
Usual method is to remove the top yoke...drill the bolts out...re-tap the threads...then fit new bolts.
Posted on Nov 05, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Two screws hold the contact base on(electronics of the switch). That may be all you need to take off to replace the bad part of the switch if that is the part that is broken. If the tumblers or broken , It say that the body of the switch is held on by one way bolts. You may have to grind or drill these off. If you can get them off you can always replace them with user friendly bolts. If some one really wants your bike they will pick it up and take it , then they can work on it in the privacy of there own shop. Most anti theft gimmicks only keep honest people honest.
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
Usually large cir-clip or nuts an bolts, why don't you get one from a breakers? anyhow there's a bit off stuff to come off it before you'll see what your doing, make sure its possible to remove it with or without steering lock on or off. The barrel can usually be separated from the switch but be careful not to take summit apart that wont go back again. A clever engineer would be able to use an old CG125 key and make your barrel fit that key! But alas i'm not blessed with a good locksmiths skills. Good luck - the Yeti
Posted on May 14, 2009
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There should be two bolts holding your tank on. One is near the handlebars and the other should be between the tank and the seat. You may need to remove your seat to get to that bolt. You will need to remove your fuel line from the tank also.
Posted on May 15, 2011
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I have only changed the belts on my GL1000's. The manual says to remove the radiator but I have found that it is not necessary. With a little bit of knuckle scrapping and some care when removing the four long bolts that hold on the belt covers, you can slide both the bolts and the covers out and replace the belts underneath. If there is just not quite enough clearance you may be able to unbolt the radiator and move it forward just enough to accomplish this with out having to drain it. The pictures you have may be from a 1000, an 1100, or a 1200. The fact is that the timing belts are changed and adjusted the same way on all three models. Just take care when removing the cover mount bolts that you do not damage the radiator. If you are careful you should be able to replace the belts with out all the extra work of draining and removing the radiator. Dealers short cut the radiator removal but charge you for the time anyway. Good Riding.
Posted on Jun 01, 2011
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