Question about 2008 Honda XL 700 V Transalp
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if i remember its got a seperate oil tank with a dip stick. fill tank with oil until full mark on dip stick start bike run for 2min check oil and do the same if it needs more oil. if it doesnt have oil tank then it should take about 2.5L to 3.5L max
Posted on Aug 13, 2009
What you need is a manual, a freebie is available at this site. It will also come in handy when you try to put it back together again :D.
Posted on Feb 15, 2010
SOURCE: Honda Transalp 650
Yes, the instructions you were given previously are spot on. You could also use large multi grips to pull the spring over to its mount. I strongly recommend that you find a person to assist you with the task, e.g. one person to steady the bike, while the other pulls on the spring.
Posted on Jan 24, 2012
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Here's the procedure to remove the IGNITION /LIGHT KEY SWITCH AND FORK LOCK for a 2005 FLHT/C/U or FLTR (Domestic): Tools needed for removing ignition switch A T27 Torx, a small flat blade screwdriver, 7/8 wrench.
1. Remove the outer fairing and windshield
2. To remove the ignition switch, insert the ignition switch key and turn to the UNLOCK position. Leaving the key installed, rotate the knob to ACCESS. Depressing the release button at bottom (left side) with a small screwdriver, push key down and turn an additional 60 degrees in a counter-clockwise direction. Lift and remove knob.
3. Using a 7/8 wrench on flats, loosen switch nut and remove from threaded post of ignition switch housing. Remove collar and spacer.
4. Using a T27 TORX drive head, remove the two screws (with flat washers) that secure fairing cap to left and right sides of fairing.
5. Remove the switch position plate by pulling tabs from slots in faring cap. If necessary, raise the fairing cap slightly to facilitate removal.
6. With the forks turned fully to the left, disconnect the Fairing cap switch connector (105) 12-place Multilock (black), from behind right side of fairing cap. Depress the button on the plus side of the connector to pull apart the pin and socket halves.
7. Remove the fairing cap from the motorcycle.
8. Locate the ignition switch connector (33), 4-place Packard, at bottom of radio. Slide connector off anchor and separate pin and socket halves.
9. Remove the socket screws (with flat washers) and lift the switch housing from the upper fork bracket bore. Route the ignition switch connector to rear of inner fairing and remove switch housing from the vehicle.
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