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That indicates fault code 33 which is a faulty ignition coil

Fault code 12 - Crankshaft position sensor

Fault code 13 - Intake air pressure sensor

Fault code 14 - Intake air pressure sensor

Fault code 15 - Throttle position sensor

Fault code 16 - TPS

Fault code 19 - No signal from ignition to ecu

Fault code 22 - Intake air temp sensor

Fault code 28 - Engine temp sensor

Fault code 30 - Tip over sensor

Fault code 33 - Igniton coil

Fault code 39 - Fuel injector

Fault code 41 - Tip over sensor

Fault code 44 - Read write error ECU

Fault code 46 - Power supply error to FI system

Fault code 50 - Ecu malfunction

2009 Yamaha... | Answered on Aug 27, 2020


is it fuel injected?

2009 Yamaha... | Answered on Jan 10, 2015


the paint code should be on the bike on a sticker

2009 Yamaha... | Answered on Jan 10, 2015


of course you can but it take time money and imagination.suzuki gs500e swinging arm would be a good starting point

2009 Yamaha... | Answered on Jan 10, 2015


its solid and about.5mm but needs to be insulated with shellac or similar resinous material when being re wound

2009 Yamaha... | Answered on Jan 10, 2015


undo the wheel spindle and take it out undo the torque arm bolt undo the adjuster nut on the brake rod ,take the rear brake plate out of the wheel take the brake shoes off, undo the pinch bolt on the brake arm, push the brake arm pivot out and clean and grease it then re assemble it.

2009 Yamaha... | Answered on Jan 10, 2015


When your chain is worn the sprockets share the damage. If your chain was razor sharp or wearing unevenly: it's time to change : front sprocket (****** side) rear sprocket and use the proper size chain to match. They sell them in sets. It's quite possible only your chain may need to be changed . Inspect the sprockets! If you haven't done so, purchase a repair book for your bike and carry it with you. The information is found on page.... Good Luck, hope this helps!

2009 Yamaha... | Answered on Mar 07, 2012


I believe it's around .021 inches if u get something close and figure out how much resistance (ohms) the coil ishould have then u wind until u get to the proper resistance.

2009 Yamaha... | Answered on Dec 11, 2011


Remove fork spring, prise up dust seal, you will then see a clip holding in the main seal, remove this clip, with the spring removed you will then use the fork stancion to remove the seal, holding the fork lower in one hand and the stancion in the other push down on the stancion untill it stops then pull it up sharply, and repeate this hammer action until the fork is sepparated and the seal will then be removed

Yamaha FS 570... | Answered on Aug 17, 2011


yap! its possible........ but i think that's too hi speed... what's your stock sprocket teeth?

Yamaha FS 570... | Answered on Jun 21, 2011


whatever it says in the clymer manual or ask a tech at the dealer

Yamaha FS 570... | Answered on May 08, 2011


have had several motor cycles and not yet had a steering wheel

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