Section 1c

Product - Locating Troubles if ingini usis too much oil

1. Breather valve incorrectly timed.

2. Piston rings badly worn or in bad condition otherwise.

3. Chain oiler adjusting screw adjusted for an excessive amount of oil.

4. Oil leak to outside.

excessive vibration

1. Cylinder head bracket loose or broken.

2. Engine mounting bolts loose,

3. Broken frame.

4. Front chain badly worn, or links tight as a result of insufficient lubrication.

5. Transmission and/or transmission sub-mounting plate loose in chassis.

6. Wheels and/or tires defective.

ip generator does not charge

1. Brushes badly worn.

2. Brushes sticking in holders.

3. Voltage regulator not grounded.

4. Voltage regulator incorrectly adjusted.

5. Defective voltage regulator.

6. Commutator dirty or oily.

7. Positive brush holder grounded.

8. Generator "A" terminal grounded.

9. Loose or broken wire in generator-battery circuit.

10. Broken field coil wire or loose terminal (both coils).

11. Commutator shorted.

12. Defective armature.

ip generator charging rate is below normal

1. Voltage regulator incorrectly adjusted.

2. Broken field coil wire or loose terminal (one coil).

3. Commutator worn and not turning true with shaft - throws brushes at high speed.

4. Commutator dirty or oily.

5. Brushes gummy and sluggish in holders.

6. Defective armature.

ip carburetor floods

2. Inlet valve sticking.

3. Inlet valve and/or valve seat worn or damaged.

4. Dirt or other foreign matter between valve and its seat.

5. Carburetor float not located correctly in bowl -may be binding (1966 & earlier).

6. Carburetor inlet lever not set correctly (1967)

7. Excessive "pumping" of hand throttle grip.

if transmission shifts hard

1. Bent shifter rod.

2. Clutch dragging slightly.

3. Transmission oil too heavy (winter operation)

4. Shifter forks (inside transmission) sprung as a result of using too much force when shifting.

5. Corners worn, off shifter clutch dogs (inside transmission) - makes engagement difficult.

if transmission jumps out of gear

1. Shifter rod improperly adjusted.

2. Shifter forks (inside transmission) improperly adjusted.

3. Shifter engaging parts (inside transmission) badly worn and rounded.

if clutch slips

1. Clutch controls improperly adjusted.

2. Insufficient clutch spring tension.

3. Worn and/or oil soaked friction discs.

if clutch drags or does not release

1. Clutch controls Improperly adjusted.

2. Clutch spring tension too tight.

3. Friction discs gummy.

4. Clutch key ring badly worn.

5. Clutch discs warped.

if clutch chatters

1. Clutch disc rivets loose.

2. Clutch sprung disc too flat if brake does not hold normally

1. Brake shoes improperly adjusted.

2. Brake controls binding.

3. Brake linings impregnated with grease as a result of over-lubrication.

4. Brake linings badly worn.

5. Brake drum badly worn or scored.

6. Brake shoes not centered.

(Hydraulic brake only)

1. Master cylinder low on fluid.

2. Brake line contains air bubbles.

3. Master or wheel cylinder piston worn.

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