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How do i change the front brake pads on a 2005 s83 boulevard?

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Posted on Oct 20, 2009

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SOURCE: My 2008 S83 Boulevard, has for the second time

check for bent or bending shifter. minor bind will cause enough to put over pressure on spring

Posted on Mar 07, 2010

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SOURCE: changing brake pad

ok on the front calipers youll have a slot on the middle back with a flat head screwdriver pry the caliper towards the outside of the rotor.( cheap way to compress caliper) or buy caliper compressor take the two bolts outta the caliper on the sides remove pads and compress caliper piston with compressor for a walk through email. customsouth676@yahoo.com

Posted on Apr 26, 2010

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For a battery to go dead on you like that there must be something draining the battery while the vehicle is switched off. It could be something like a which is not switching off or a short across some circuit that does not show up on any light. The first and easiest test is to disconnect the battery negative cable whenever you park the vehicle overnight etc. and see if the battery still runs down.
As a more positive step disconnect the positive lead from the battery and wire a bulb like a tail light bulb, between the terminal and the removed lead. The bulb should light up. Make sure that everything on the vehicle is switched off, the bulb should still be lit. Remove and replace the fuses one by one until the bulb goes out. That is the circuit that is running your battery flat. Check all the components on that circuit until you get the light to stay out and your problem should be fixed.
Check your charging system. With the engine running at about 2000 rpm, a volt meter across the battery terminals should read around 14 to 14.5 volts and drop to about 13.8 volts with the engine at idle. If this does not happen, the charging system may be defective. Even with lights on the voltage should climb, but will drop lower at idle.

Posted on Jul 05, 2011

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SOURCE: I was changing the front disc brake pads on my

You will need to buy a new rubber gasket kit for caliper from suzuki shop
It is not usual to pull caliper apart for pad replacement, normally unbolt caliper off fork leg and lift of the disk

Posted on Jul 09, 2011

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I changed the rear brake pads on 05 Suzuki Boulevard S83 and after pumping the brake pedal I still have no pressure in the lines to engage the brakes?


Bleed the brake system, or have someone familiar with simple hydraulic systems bleed it. Bleeding removes all the air from the lines.

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Should I open up the whole rear brake system to change the pads?


NO remove the caliper, remove the pad pin fit a screw driver in to the pads where the disk would sit and lever the piston back in...

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try looking for the idle screw in the following place...
standing facing the side of the bike that has the clutch on it.
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the screw is black and can be difficult to see.
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