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    • 1 Park the motorcycle on its center stand. Remove the spark plug-wire cap from the plug by hand. Loosen and remove the spark plug from the cylinder head with a spark plug wrench.
    • 2 Gap the spark plug to 0.026 inches with a spark plug gap gauge. Reinstall the plug tightly in the cylinder head with the plug wrench. Reattach the plug-wire cap by hand.

    • 3 Detach the wire lead at the fuel sensor on the right side of the cylinder head by hand. Loosen and remove the sensor with a metric wrench. Clean the inner end of the sensor with spray cleaner. Reinstall the sensor securely with the wrench. Reattach the wire lead.
    • 4 Detach the wire lead at the exhaust sensor at the underside of the muffler by hand. Loosen and remove the sensor with the metric wrench. Clean the inner end of the sensor with spray cleaner and reinstall the sensor securely. Reattach the wire lead.
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    • 5 Take a position where you can observe the throttle linkage at the left side of the carburetor. Twist the throttle grip at the handlebars slowly as you observe the action of the linkage.
    • 6 Tighten the cable adjuster at the top of the carburetor with a metric wrench in small increments so the linkage responds immediately as you open the throttle.
    • 7 Start the engine and allow it to warm up for three minutes. Locate the smaller idle-adjustment screw and the larger fuel-air adjustment screw at the right side of the carburetor. Turn the idle-adjustment screw to the right one full turn with a screwdriver.
    • 8 Turn the fuel-air adjustment screw to the right or left with a screwdriver as you listen to the engine's speed. Turning it too far either way slows the engine's speed. Find the point where the engine idles at the fastest speed.
    • 9 Allow the engine to idle. Turn the idle-adjustment screw to the left one full turn.

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On these vehicles, the fuel filter is located on the fuel line to the carburetor. Special care should be taken when removing and installing the fuel filter, not to bend or distort the fuel line in any way.
  1. Remove gas cap to relieve any pressure that may be present in the fuel system.
  2. Remove the air cleaner bonnet assembly.
  3. Using a backup wrench on the return line fitting on the top of the fuel filter, remove the fuel line with a flare nut wrench.
  4. Using a backup wrench on the fuel filter inlet fitting, remove the fuel line from the fuel filter with a flare nut wrench.
  5. Using a backup wrench on the fuel filter outlet fitting, loosen the fuel line and remove the fuel filter from the engine with a flare nut wrench.
To Install:
  1. Apply a drop of engine oil to all the fuel line nuts and flared ends.
  2. Position the fuel filter with flow arrow on the filter directed towards the fuel line going to the carburetor.
  3. Finger-tighten the fittings at the fuel filter outlet, inlet and return line into the top of the filter.
  4. Using a backup wrench on the fuel filter fittings, tighten the fuel lines in the following sequence:
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    2. Tighten the nut on the return line at the top of the filter to 6-9 ft. lbs. (15-18 Nm).
  5. Inspect the fuel lines and carefully adjust if they are interfering with the carburetor, air pump, or fuel filter housing.
  6. Start the engine and check for fuel leaks at all the connections. Retighten if necessary.
  7. If removed, install the air filter bonnet assembly.
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