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I want to change spark plugs on a honda cbf 1000 2006 model

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You need to remove the cowling (Remove all allen keys 2 x 8mm bolds under light, 2x push type secures)

Then remove the bolt at the rear of the tanks slide the tank back and rest carefully. (I managed this with out disconnecting it)

One at a time remove HT lead, using 16mm spark plug socket with about 50mm long extention and ratchet remove and replace the spark plug. (When tightning remember with new spark plugs there is a crush washer so do it up as you can comfortably then a 1/4 turn more.also the spark plug removing tool is to long so don't bother with this) Then move to the next plug

Then replace tank and cowling all done. (This is a good opertunity to wash the screen cowling and frame which it is all in pieces)


This is approx a 2 hour job.

Posted on Feb 12, 2009

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Very doubtful. They haven't used reserves on motorcyles for a while, since the frame design changed to allow for a tank that had no partition in it (it used to sit over the top-tube of the frame, now it sits in the frame instead). The low-level indicator lights also made reserves obsolete.

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Contact the pannier makers and ask them to send you a replacement fitting guide.for your type ,or contact your local honda dealer ,they may be able to help you .

Posted on Mar 13, 2010

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Sounds like regulator in side panel rear LHS or Alternator or both if battert is able to hold a charge. volt meter on DC setting with bike on idel should give 13.8 volts and rise to at least 15 Volts and no more at 3000rpm. if not disconnect 3 yellow wires into the regulator test the 3 wires running away back to the alternator on AC setting. This is 3 phase AC test i the following pattern terminal 1-2 1-3 2-3 with bike ideling shoul give 15-20volts AC. at 4000 rpm voltage should rise to 56-60 volts AC. With bike turned off test resistance in Ohms. Between phases should be no more than 8 ohms and between each phase to each shold be zero or infinity. if you get any other than the above then you have found your issue. regards Mr.T

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Then remove the bolt at the rear of the tanks slide the tank back and rest carefully. (I managed this with out disconnecting it)

One at a time remove HT lead, using 16mm spark plug socket with about 50mm long extention and ratchet remove and replace the spark plug. (When tightning remember with new spark plugs there is a crush washer so do it up as you can comfortably then a 1/4 turn more.also the spark plug removing tool is to long so don't bother with this) Then move to the next plug

Then replace tank and cowling all done. (This is a good opertunity to wash the screen cowling and frame which it is all in pieces)


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