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How do you attach the front steering mechanism to the body of the bike using the bolt?

The bolt doesn't want to reach through far enough to attach the washer and nut. Is there a special tool I can use?

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  • Anonymous Apr 07, 2015

    Trying to connect the motorcycle head to the bodywork. The bolt will only go through so far and doesn't extend through the bottom to attach the nut & screw



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If you are on the fence about changing your alternator yourself, let me say: Don't do it!!! This is not a novice job. I spent about 4 hours getting it out and about 3 putting it back together, including about a 1 hr trip to the parts store. I'd say I lost 1-2 hours for having no manual or guide on how to do this work. If you are intent on doing this yourself, the next paragraph will describe the steps necessary. You'll have to fill in your own curse words during the exercise! LOL
  1. Remove the lower plastic cowling to allow undercarriage access
  2. Remove the upper plastic cowling to see the radiator
  3. Loosen the radiator overflow tank
  4. Remove the stabilizer bar that runs front to rear over the serpentine belt
  5. Remove the stabilizer bar mounting bracket that is attached to the engine just above the alternator
  6. Remove the steel body bar that runs left-to-right in front of the engine (I didn't find this until late, costing me extra time) You will need to remove the cover to the fuses to get at one of the bolts. 4 18mm bolts.
  7. Remove the bolts and body nuts that attach the front grill and upper bumper to the chassis
  8. Optional - Remove the air breather assembly if you need more room on the right side of the car - it's an easy pull
  9. Remove the upper radiator hose
  10. Remove the upper radiator clamps
  11. Remove the engine fan tray
  12. Optional - remove the radiator Or
  13. Tilt the radiator back with not enough room to properly work
  14. Remove the alternator
  15. That's it. Now Reverse the steps.
Here are a few notes:

Fan tray - held to radiator by an upper and lower clip. Also, there are two hoses bolted to it on the right side along with the power cables..

Radiator - if you are going to leave it in and work around it, you need to lift it from it's center supports so that it can be tilted towards the front of the car. You run the risk of damaging the radiator as is not enough room to maneuver the alternator out without striking it.

You will need a second person to pull back on the radiator during the alternator removal. I used a bottle jack and a piece of lumber to push it forward as I had no helper. The only way to get the radiator leaning far enough to work was to also have the front grill pivoting forward as well. In reality, you need the bottom section as far forward as possible and less so the upper.

Air Conditioner - In every step of removing anything, the AC hoses were in the way. Sure would have been much easier if I could have pulled those hoses off.

Alternator - Has 3 bolts. Reach one from under the car. It is the pivot bolt. It is a 15mm bolt and nut. Best with a helper as the nut is best held from above and the bolt from under. Next bolt was removed from above. It is located on the alternator face. It took me a while to realize that there was a third bolt that is at a 45 degree angle upwards on the front side of the unit. It's also the battery ground wire location. Also remove the hot wire and the 2 wire connector.

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Posts could be different sizes. Should be able to just replace it with a longer bolt if in fact it is just not reaching.

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The rear passenger door mechanism will not latch. What do I do?

The part of the latch that is attached to the body is adjustable, It has somehow been pushed too far in, and the latch on the door cant reach it, or, somehow, the latch mechanism on the door is already closed. You will need tools to fix either problem. If it is a loose striker, you may be able to wiggle the assembly out enough to get it to latch, but it will need to be tightened. The head on that bolt is called a torx. I'd be a T-40 or a T-45, but it may be a bigger drive than that. If it is second option, you will need to pull the door handle, and then using a screwdriver or something similar, gently pry the latch back into the open state. It should be easy to do. If it isn't, stop prying.
Actually, if it's either problem, it would be both. They tend to cause each other. A closed latch will push the striker away, and a striker that's pushed back to far can cause the latch to close and miss it.

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Replacing the Low beam Headlight bulb. Turn off engine and open the hood. Remove the front sight shield. This is the plastic shield with seven pop up retainers. After removing the front sight shield, you will get a better view of the headlamp mounting bolts

Next step is to remove the front wheelhouse liner. Whichever side, say we begin with the front left(drivers). But you dont need to remove the whole liner and all the screws. Just remove only those screws and retainers nearest the headlight and front bumper area. Just enough for your arms to reach inside, because the next 2 (or 3) screws (7mm head)you will remove is very important. These are the screws that join the bumper fascia to front side body. After removing these screws, carefully pull outwards the bumperto loosen from its attachment to the body.

(Note: if later on with your work you need to remove the front tires for your convenience, you can always do so. Thats part of normal procedures. However in my case i dont have to remove the tires, I just steer the wheel far to the side which could give me better clearance.)

Remove the remaining retainers(6) thats supporting the front bumper fascia from the top. Remove the 4 bolts of the headlamp assembly. Two on top, and one on both sides. Then pull the headlamp forward enough and try to reach in your hand to remove the bulb cover and then remove the bulb from its socket and connector. turn ccw to remove. Note also the bulb position before you remove it from its socket.

If still you need more space, or if you found out that the bulb connector is burned or melted, the next option is to remove the whole assembly all the way.
Again as a tip you dont need to remove the whole bumper. It will be better if you have an assistant who can pry out slowly and gently the loosened bumper on that particular side, while you maneuver the headlamp assembly removal.

When you have removed the whole assembly, study carefully the positioning of all the bulbs so that the next time you will replace one of them, you can prepare for a better gameplan. Who knows, in a few practice your next approach will be better than mine.
Was that okay? I hope wyet-helped. Goodluck and be careful. : )

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Loosen the upper triple tree clamp pinch bolts and remove the upper triple tree and handlebars.

Raise the front end off the ground and loosen the fork stem bolt and allow the front fork assembly to drop down approximately 5 inches.

On the left side of the steering stem thare is a "half-moon" indentation that has been machined into to steering stem for the lock. Let the steering stem drop until this indentation is in full view.

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Unscrew set screw.

Insert a key into the lock and turn slightly

Wiggle and pull the lock assembly until you get it worked out far enough to get hold of the lock with a pair of pliers or something.

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  1. Raise and safely support the vehicle.
  2. Remove the front tire and wheel.
  3. Remove the steering knuckle assembly, as described previously.
  4. Remove the bolts attaching the hub/bearing assembly to the steering knuckle.
  5. Remove the hub/bearing assembly from the front of the steering knuckle. The bolt-in front wheel bearing used on the vehicle is transferable to a replacement steering knuckle, if the bearing is in serviceable condition. If the bearing will not come out of the steering knuckle, it can be tapped out using a soft-faced hammer.
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  1. Thoroughly clean all parts, including the hub/bearing assembly mounting surfaces on the steering knuckle.
  2. Install the replacement hub/bearing assembly onto the steering knuckle, aligning the bolt holes of the bearing flange to the knuckle.
  3. Install the attaching bolts and tighten evenly to make sure the bearing is square to the face of the steering knuckle. Tighten the attaching bolts to 80 ft. lbs. (110 Nm) on Cirrus, Stratus, Sebring convertible and Breeze, or 65 ft. lbs. (88 Nm) on Sebring coupe and Avenger.
  4. Install the steering knuckle assembly, as previously described.
  5. Install the tire and wheel.
  6. Lower the vehicle and check for proper operation.

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