Question about 2005 Yamaha Road Star Midnight Silverado
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Posted on Dec 20, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: want to change belts on roadstar
yes start with the manual, have a good lift for the bike and then be prepared to disassemble the rear tire, and complete swing arm out of the bike to change the belt. This is no job for a beginner!
Posted on Dec 07, 2009
SOURCE: change plugs 1700 roadstar
There is a tool pouch under the seat...In it there is a tool for removing the spark plugs..
I would recommend that you at least remove the gas tank...It'll make it a little easier to remove and replace the plugs. But, before you remove the plugs...Take an air compressor with a blow gun and blow out the spark plug ports, so no dirt or debris gets into the cylinder. Remove one spark plug wire at a time...Blow the port out...Then remove the plug...Check it and if it's good, re-check the gap and reinstall the plug...Put the wire back on and move to the next plug. Repeat the above...
Make sure you don't cross-thread the plugs when you reinstall them...Make sure the wires are firmly on the plugs...And make sure you put the right wire on the right plug, which shouldn't be a problem if you only remove one at a time.
And also make sure when you reinstall the gas tank that the fuel lines are firmly seated...
Removing and replacing your spark plugs is fairly easy.
Posted on Dec 20, 2009
not a throttle valve, but the float needle valve that shuts the fuel off with the float. the only cure for the sticking floay valve is to remove the carb and clean it.
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
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