To replace the timing belt on a Yamaha bike, remove the camshafts, starter motor, throw-out gear, flywheel cover and nut, and flywheel in this order. Also remove the motor gear on the crankshaft to uncover the timing bel... More »

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In order to replace the timing belt on a car the coolant needs to be drained, timing belt covers, alternator pulley, crankshaft pulley, valve cover and old belt all have to be removed. After that, the timing belt will ne... More »

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To replace the car's timing belt, degrease the engine, drain the coolant, remove the old belt, insert a new belt in the place of the old one, replace the crankshaft seal with a new one and refill the coolant. For proper ... More »

In order to repair a timing belt on a Honda engine, the valve cover, timing belt cover and several mechanical components have to be removed. Depending on the engine, some coolant hoses may have to be drained so they can ... More »

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As of 2015, a used Yamaha bike can be purchased on Cycle Trader, Oodle Marketplace and eBay. Oodle offers the most search options with refinements such as location, mileage, year built, color, model, off road, custom, cl... More »

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Yamaha motor specs appear on the official website for Yamaha. Each product is located under the appropriate category page, and each product page has a specifications section, including the engine. More »

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Troubleshooting a Yamaha outboard motor's tilt and trim is fairly straightforward, usually involving a thorough visual inspection and a check of the hydraulic fluid level. Things to look for include any build-up of dirt ... More »