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Posted on Jun 11, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 81 yamaha 750 maxim horn
if you have a battery that is getting a bit long in the tooth,this will happen,the horn believe it or not is the highest current drain device on your bike,the battery will only be getting charged up enough to operate the horn when you are riding,if the battery is a good one and not very old,you may find that the charging system is getting tired,but i would go with first option
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
i have this bike too. There's a small compartment on the back, you need a key to open it. There's a little sliding bit that hides the keyhole. open that up, there's two wingnuts holding the seat on.
Your bike may be different, there's several different versions of this bike that i've seen. This is how it works on mine.
Posted on Sep 17, 2009
On the top and bottom parts of the triple tree either both or one will have bolts. First take the fender off. Take the front tire off. Loosen the bolts on the triple tree. They should slide down. If not you have to get a rubber mallet and tap on the top of the fork and twist the fork as you are doing this. Once it is out, pull the dust seal off the top of the lower fork. There will be a clip inside, take the clip off drain the oil out of the top or bottom depending on how the forks are made. Push the fork tube down into the lower fork slightly, pull both apart with a firm tug and they should separate.
Posted on Sep 21, 2009
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some of these old bikes the engine only comes out from one side of the frame, so try both directions, you will probably have to tilt back a bit too.
Posted on Mar 05, 2010
weak mixture,dirty fuel,air leaks on induction manifolds,jets blocked,fuel tap filter chocked,float needles sticking,fuel level in carb incorrect,thottles not opening together,air leaks at exhaust pipe joints,
Posted on Jul 04, 2010
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