Question about 1999 Yamaha V Star Classic
What is the procedure for removing the driver and passenger seats on a 1999 Yamaha 650 Classic?
1st take the backrest off if you have one then take the back bolt out of passenger seat should be a 10mm bolt then take the strap off that is between the two seats should be a 6mm allen screw, then then pull passenger seat off then take the passenger housing mount off 2 10mm bolts then you have got one more 10mm bolt that takes the drivers seat off take taht bolt out and lift seat off.
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Lift the rear of the passenger seat's cushion to find the screw that secures the seat to the rear fender. Use a 5-mm Allen wrench to remove the screw.
Lift the rear of the passenger seat slightly and pull it away from the rider's seat.
Use the 5-mm Allen wrench to remove the screws from the rear of the rider's seat.
Lift the rear of the rider's seat upward slightly. Pull the seat back until the tabs on the front of the seat separate from the motorcycle's frame.
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