Download The LED boards are shipped with the DIP switch set to Standard mode. It is recommended that DIP switches on all the LED boards be set to the same setting. (either standard or sequential). The switch position should be set prior to installing the LED boards into the housings. Please follow all local laws concering exterior lighting. Note Mode Selection DIP switch (for location reference only) Remove the negative terminal from the battery to cut o* all power in your car. Press on the brake pedal to double check that your brake lights are not lighting up. Remove the taillight housing assembly from the car. The Taillight housing is held on by 4 plastic nuts. Take all safety precautions to make sure you don’t scu* or scratch the paint in any way. Remove the bulbs out of the sockets and put them away. They are no longer needed. Now remove the Tail light trim from each lens.… Read More
CAUTION! We strongly recommend that a qualified Honda Technician install this kit since the carburetor must be removed from the motorcycle. Please read all directions before starting. INCLUDED IN THE KIT: (1) Re-usable Performance Air Filter (1) Baron VTX 1300 BAK Backing Plate (1) Filter Raincoat (1) Baron VTX 1300 Jet Kit (1) Reed Valve Block-off Kit (2) ¼-28 x 1 13/ 16 ” Zinc Hex Bolts (2) Aluminum Filter Spacers (2) ¼” Lock Washers (3) M5x16 Flathead Screws (1) M5x10 Stainless Steel Socket Cap Screw (1) ¼” x 1-1/2″ Black Spacer (1) M6x60 Socket Cap Screw (1) M6 Fender Washer (1) Chrome BAK Cover TOOLS REQUIRED: Shop Manual 7/16″ Open-End Wrench 3, 4 & 5 mm Allen Wrenches #2 Phillips Screwdriver INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Remove fuel tank according to Honda service manual procedures. 3. Remove idle cable holder from back of stock air filter. ear of the new BAK backing plate just below the nylon nipple.… Read More
Download 1997 Buick Riviera | Aurora, Riviera (VIN G) Service Manual DTC P0341 Camshaft Position (CMP) Sensor Performance. Circuit Description The camshaft position PCM input is produced by the ignition control module. The ICM produces the camshaft position PCM input by filtering the camshaft position (CMP) sensor pulses when the engine is running and CKP sync pulses are also being received. The PCM uses the camshaft position PCM input pulses to initiate sequential fuel injection and to determine crankshaft position for the misfire diagnostic. The PCM constantly monitors the number of pulses on the camshaft position PCM input circuit and compares the number of camshaft position PCM input pulses to the number of 18X reference pulses and the number of 3X reference pulses being received. If the PCM receives an incorrect number of pulses on the camshaft position PCM input circuit, DTC P0341 will set and the PCM will initiate injector sequence without the camshaft position PCM input with a one in six chance that injector sequence is correct.… Read More
Download Kit Part # 51/54-10322. Complete kit. Make sure you have all the components before you begin your installation. Complete stock intake. a. Remove two screws holding factory fresh air duct in place. b. Pull fresh air duct out of vehicle and save for later use a. Remove two screws holding top half of airbox in place. b. Loosen clamp holding factory tube in place. c. Unplug MAF Sensor Remove top half of factory airbox. Remove clamp holding top breather filter on factory tube. Remove clamps holding second breather from top of factory tube. Save elbow for later use. Remove clamps holding third breather filter from top of factory tube. Plug can be disconnected for ease of removal. Loosen clamp holding fourth breather down from top of tube with slotted screwdriver. Loosen clamp at turbo and Last breather tube. Pull factory tube out of vehicle. Pull off front grill near Passenger side fog lamp.… Read More
ATV’s can be dangerous. EPI has no control over the use of any part. EPI expects the customer to exercise good judgment as to the proper selection, installation, use and maintenance of any part. EPI assumes no responsibility for damage or injury of any kind because of misuse, improper installation and improper application of any parts in any way by any person. Contact your local dealer to schedule installation of this clutch kit if you are not a qualified ATV mechanic. This product is NOT to be installed on any ATV that will be used by any person under the age of 16. Tools needed to install clutch kit – Metric socket set – 27mm socket – 1/2″ impact wrench – Torque wrench – Phillips and flat tip screwdrivers – Spring tool or bent pliers – 5mm Allen wrench – 10mm & 14mm wrench – 2 C-Clamps – Honda clutch tool #07933-HB3000A – Honda motor oil – Honda coolant – Honda Bond or Yamabond Semi-drying liquid gasket (or similar semi-drying liquid gasket) GASKETS NEEDED TO INSTALL CLUTCH KIT – None, only need tube of semi-drying liquid gasket ENGAGEMENT – 25-2,600 rpm’s 1.… Read More
Download 1. Prepare to install Left (Driver’s side) and Right (Passenger’s side) kits. : Notice that the LEFT side kit uses 3 large washers, but the RIGHT side kit requires only 1. Note: the separate connectors pictured here may already come pre-assembled in your kit2. Remove the front bumper cover. Two people will make this task easier and lessen the possibility of damage to the front cover or paint. – Undo front bumper cover by removing all snap clips and fasteners from perimeter of cover along grille area, along inner fenders, and along bottom of cover. – Remove cover from vehicle by gently pulling cover from clips along fender and under headlamps. – Place front cover on a blanket or soft cloth to avoid damaging paint finish. 3. Prepare to install left power inverter in the marked area. 4. Place the inverter with its cables facing down, positioned between the grounding bolt and the fog light harness fastener, and with the upper wall of the inverter about 1″ away from edge of the frame.… Read More
INCLUDED IN THE KIT: (1) Re-usable Performance Air Filter (1) Baron VTX 1300 BAK Backing Plate (1) Filter Raincoat (1) Baron VTX 1300 Jet Kit (1) Reed Valve Block-off Kit (2) ¼-28 x 1 13/ 16 ” Zinc Hex Bolts (2) Aluminum Filter Spacers (2) ¼” Lock Washers (3) M5x16 Flathead Screws (1) M5x10 Stainless Steel Socket Cap Screw (1) ¼” x 1-1/2″ Black Spacer (1) M6x60 Socket Cap Screw (1) M6 Fender Washer (1) Chrome BAK Cover TOOLS REQUIRED: Shop Manual 7/16″ Open-End Wrench 3, 4 & 5 mm Allen Wrenches #2 Phillips Screwdriver.
1. Remove fuel tank according to Honda service manual procedures. 2. Remove air cleaner from right side of bike. 3. Remove idle cable holder from back of stock air filter. 4. Install idle cable holder to rear of the new BAK backing plate just below the nylon nipple. Bracket should face outward and slightly down when BAK is mounted.… Read More
Download kit Torx T-35 screwdriver Soldering iron Solder Heat gun or other heat source to heat shrink tubing Drill with 3/8″ bit Small wire cutters Wire strippers that go down to 20 gage wire Electrical Tape Drop or Flash Light Hanger for pulling wire Step Description Completed (check) 1 Place Telematics box in Service Mode. 2 Remove Fuse SB13. 3 Remove driver’s side trim and Telematics box from under carpet. 4 Disconnect wiring from Telematics box. Drill hole for wiring harness. Modify six connections on the 42 pin connector. 5 Install cover on 42 pin connector, plug into Telematics box, install Fuse SB13. Plug all components into HCB- 30 brain box, turn on ignition and test. 6 Mount HCB-30 brain box, run wiring. 7 Replace Telematics box, replace carpet. 8 Mount and route the microphone and wire. 9 Mount and route the touch pad and wire. 10 Take Telematics box out of Service Mode.… Read More
Download 1. Make sure the bike is completely cool before starting the installation. 2. Drain engine oil. Remove footpeg bar. Remove kickstarter. Remove rear brake pedal. Remove the right side cover. 3. Remove the ball retainer and spring. Remove the clutch lifter lever. Remove the oil through and spring. Remove the clutch lifter cam plate. 4. Remove the four bolts holding the clutch plate. Under this plate is the clutch locknut. Peel back the tab(s) on the lock washer. Remove this nut using either a Honda clutch locknut wrench or the Takegawa clutch locknut wrench (Part # 010-9-01-021, $26.98 MSRP). Aflywheel holder tool may help to remove this part. 5. Remove the lock washer B, 14mm lock washer and clutch asembly. 6. Install the Heavy Duty Centrifugal clutch assembly onto the crankshaft. install clutch assembly onto primary gear. Be sure to fully seat clutch assembly onto primary gear. Turn primary gear slowly by hand until clutch assembly drops over gear and into location.… Read More
This is your OX Locker installation manual for the Ford 8.8 This installation guide is illustrated with a Jeep TJ (rear). Note: Use of an installation kit that includes the following Timkin bearing and race part numbers is required: 31 Spline-Bearing # LM603049 Race # LM60312.
Carrier Assembly. 1. Install the 4 springs in the 4 chamfered holes. 2. Install thrust washer behind locking side gear. 3. Remove the small cap, locking ring, locking gear and the following parts shown-set screw, dowel pin, shaft, spider gear (on opened end) spider gear washer, spider gear cap and snap ring. 4. Your carrier should now look like this-open on one side with the shaft and spider gear missing. This will enable you to install your axles and c-clip later through these procedures. 5 Install locking side gear with gears facing engagement with spider gears. 6. Slide the ring gear around the carrier.… Read More