Question about Yamaha EF3000iSE Generator
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the best place to find it is the service manual. if not avail. i usually 1, tighten it to ~10-20Nm in a 'outwards spiral' fashion, ie start tightening from centre bolts outwards. 2, spiral tighten by 1/4 turn, 3, another 1/4 turn, and 4, final 1/4 turn.
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
You can do the job yourself with no problem. No specific pattern for the side cover. BUT, get all the screws started then just bring them all slightly snug. Now tighten one screw and then go kitty corner and tighten another now drop down and pick a screw mid way between the first two screws and tighten it. Now do the kitty corner thing again and so on. As you know, the idea is to tighten the screws evenly around the entire cover.
As to torque, a 6mm screw gets 7 foot pounds or 85 inch pounds.
Realistically, no one ever bothers with torque on small screws. You will want to spend $15 to $20 and get yourself an impact driver to tighten or loosen screws. The tool is about 6" long and 2" in diameter and has a 3/8" drive on one end. Your socket set will fit it as well as screw driver bits. Just engage the bit into the head of the screw and strike the end of the impact driver with a hammer while twisting the tool to tighten the screw. This is the most valuable tool in my shop and I use one (Blue Point brand) that I got 40 years ago. They last well and can be used on any screw, bolt or nut that needs a little persuasion.
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Posted on Mar 23, 2009
It sounds like it might be flooding or the timing might be out of wack. iw ould start by letting it sit for 30 minutes and try restarting the bike,.If it starts and then dies again have the throttle leaned a bit. If that is not the issue have the timing adjusted
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
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