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What is the firing order on a 1983 Honda Nighthawk 650?

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Instructions

    • 1 Remove the front tire with the crescent wrench and set aside. Remove the nut and axle bolt from the tier and use the hammer to remove the axle bolt from the forks.
    • 2 Remove the securing bolt at the top of the fork on the handle bars. Slide the forks out of the fittings.
    • 3 Place the forks into the oil pan, bottom down, and remove the oil nut. Let the forks drain for ten minutes into the oil pan.
    • 4 Tighten the oil nuts and remove the seal from the fork fitting with a screwdriver. Slide the seal off the fork.
    • 5 Apply oil around the inside of the seal. Slide the seal onto the fork and press into the fitting tightly.
    • 6 Replace the oil in the fork following the manufacturer's recommendation.
    • 7 Replace the forks and the tire following the steps above in reverse order.

Posted on Jan 17, 2013

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  • TheKracken Jan 17, 2013

    Completely unrelated

  • adelani muazudeen Jan 17, 2013

    why completely unrated

  • TheKracken Jan 17, 2013

    My question was in what order do the cylinders fire. I've got the spark plug wires off and I don't know which ones go where.

  • TheKracken Jan 17, 2013

    My question was in what order do the cylinders fire. I've got the spark plug wires off and I don't know which ones go where.

  • adelani muazudeen Jan 19, 2013

    ok rate my solution then i answer your question

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