Maintaining a preserved ATV is critical to longevity. Without proper repair and maintenance, it won't take long for your bike to start showing signs of wear.
Rear brake bleeding
When ATV brakes start to feel spongy, it is time to replace the brake fluid and bleed. There really isn't much involved, and you can do it all on ATV manuals. Here is a step-by-step guide on how to bleed the rear brakes on a 2015 Yamaha Grizzly 700 FI Auto 4x4 EPS.
Pumping the Yamaha Grizzly lever 2 or 3 times. While maintaining pressure on the brake lever, slowly open the nipple. The old brake fluid will come out of the nipple, and you will feel the brake lever softening again.
While holding the brake lever, tighten the nipple again. Then he let go of the arm.
ATV repair continues repeating this process until you see new Yamaha Grizzly fluid coming out of the nipple. This will inform you that the old brake fluid has been completely removed and replaced with a new one. You will need to add brake fluid to the tank until you are done. This will prevent air from getting to the brake lines.
Once you see the new brake fluid, tighten the nipple again, and replace the rubber cap. Make sure to fill the tank again before replacing the filler cap. And you are done!
Check the length of the ATV manual exhaust pipe. Note all screws used to secure the tube to the bike. Loosen the screws used to connect the exhaust pipe to the bike body with a wrench. Pull the socket wrench counterclockwise to loosen and release all of the bolts. Loosen the screws securing the tube to the head tubes and remove them. Apply lubricant to any stuck or rusty bolts. Pull the exhaust pipe off and slide it onto the ground or on a seat.
Exhaust wrap applied to ATV
Remove the exhaust jacket from the water bucket. Wind one end of the exhaust wrap to the end of the exhaust pipe. Make one loop around the tube and overlap a 1/4 inch twist. Place a piece of safety wire around the exhaust jacket. Tighten the safety wire to the exhaust pipe using a pair of pliers. Continue the exhaust wrap rings down the length of the exhaust pipe. Make the edges of the casing overlap 1/4 inch while sliding the tailpipe down. Attach the end of the exhaust winding to the end of the exhaust pipe with another piece of safety wire.
Reattach the exhaust pipe to the ATV
Adjust the exhaust pipe back onto the bike's body. Tighten bolts to secure the tube end to the head tubes. ATV repair Tighten bolts to secure the remaining length of the exhaust pipe to the bike body. Release the kickstand and slide the bike outside. Start the Yamaha Grizzly and let it idle for 15 to 20 minutes. This will heat up the exhaust jacket and allow it to recover from it. ATV manuals will see the exhaust jacket start to smoke and when the exhaust jacket gets hot. When smoking stops, the exhaust jacket will be completely cured.
Unscrew the safety wire from the exhaust wrap once the exhaust pipe is cool enough.
Set the cable splitter
A good guideline is that if you have less than 1/8 ", or about worthy of a nickel if the cable moves into the leash before you feel it is working it is probably fine. If it is any looser than that then you'll want to tighten the cable.
First, pull the rubber cap back to expose the adjusting screw and locking wheel. After that, turn the locking wheel counterclockwise to loosen it.
Check the gap, and if you find that ATV manuals need to change the tension, adjust the screw to make the cable tighter or looser. Turn it clockwise to loosen it, and clockwise to make it tighter.
When you have the cable you want, but the locking wheel down. Screw it back into place by hand, not too hard, or you'll have a hard time turning it off if you need to adjust the clutch cable in the future.
Fix the back plunger bleed
First, remove the filler cap of the tank, and fill the tank with brake fluid recommended by the manufacturer. Never use a different type of brake fluid; You may damage the 2015 Yamaha Grizzly 700 FI Auto 4x4 EPS.
Next, place a container underneath the bleeding nipple on the brake gauge. Remove the cap on the nipple. You are now ready to bleed the back plunger.
Pump the brake lever 3 or 4 times. After pumping it a few times, keep pressing it. Slowly open the bleeding nipple (make sure you keep pressing the brake lever). When the old brake fluid comes out of the nipple, you should feel the lever soften again. Maintain pressure on the brake lever and tighten the nipple again. Left-arm.
Be sure to check the tank again after you're done to make sure the tank is full. If the brakes are still feeling bad after doing this, contact a professional for more instructions.
Back plunger bleeds on a 2015 Yamaha Grizzly is an ATV repair that anyone can do. ATV manuals will also save you a lot of money.
Most 2015 Yamaha Grizzly 700 FI Auto 4x4 EPS run according to the same basic plan, although some brands may have exterior parts that need a modification first, such as bolts or coated panels.