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    Read carefully and hope it helps.

    Fuel tank cap
    To remove the fuel tank cap
    1. Push the levers on the left and
    right side of the rider seat backrest
    as shown and slide the rider seat
    backrest forward.
    2. Insert the key into the lock, and
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    2. Turn the key counterclockwise,
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    3. Slide the rider seat backrest rearward
    and push it down.
    NOTE: @
    The fuel tank cap cannot be installed
    unless the key is in the lock. In addition,
    the key cannot be removed if the cap is
    not properly installed and locked

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    1. Insert the projection on the front of
    the rider seat into the seat holder
    as shown.
    2. Place the rider seat in the original
    position, and then tighten the bolts
    and screws.
    NOTE: @
    Make sure that the seat is properly secured
    before riding.
    @
    3. Return the rider seat backrest to
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