Question about 2004 Bajaj Caliber 115
From your very brief description I am guessing the drive chain is jumping over the sprocket on the rear wheel?
If this is so then you maybe a little late for rectification and the drive sprocket may be worn out?
If on inspection of the Cog/Sprocket (Where the chain goes round) The teeth are sitll very deep and NOT hooked or worn then you may be able to stop it jumping by adjusting the slack in the chain.
You need to do this regulary as although the chain is made of Steel it still stretches over time and varying loads/conditions.
Refer to your owners manual on how to do this as it is essential adjustment is done correctly.
You need to loosen the wheel mounting i.e. spindle and adjust by means of screwing in the 10mm nuts on the clamps situated either side of the swing arm/frame. They must be done equally on either side as wheel will be out of true!
If you are unsure about this then take it to your local Motorcycle dealer/repairer and he or She will adjust/replace as necessary the drive chain and sprocket for a fee.
Good luck and remember maintenance on a regular basis can save money in the long run.
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
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