BMW, R 1150 RT, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, pdf, repair
How to fix your used motorbike with the help of this professional electronic pdf download version of the detailed and specific BMW R 1150 RT workshop manual / repair guide.
Production/model years: 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 01, 02, 03, 04
Model specification / type: R 1150 RT
Serial numbers: 0000
Manual Language: English
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A BMW R 1150 RT 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 repair manual is incredibly important, not only because any of the more serious issues that affect your BMW are usually easy to fix and are usually initiated by some easily avoidable factors. For example, a motorbike can suddenly start to discharge strange black smoke or strange sounds from its exhaust. This is usually the effect of an internal fuse getting blown out, but it can also be the effect of the fuel getting blown away in a panic move (ignition). This manual will help you identify the most common causes of these problems and offer suggestions on how to deal with them.
Another issue that often comes up when taking your motorbike on the road is about the state of your tyres. You might notice that your tyres are flat, start to lose air or even start to leak - all indications that you need to change your motorbike tyres. In fact, the state of your tyres could potentially determine the safety of your motorbike; if your tyres are flat, they give way easier for the dirt to get into the motorbike and start to eat away at the motorbike's components, resulting in it breaking down in no time at all. So how does a motorbike repair manual suggest you replace the flat tyres? Well, firstly you should remove the wheel from the motorbike, as this is where the tyres inner surface and tread depth lie.
Then you should open the valve of your tyre valve by pulling it upwards and then twisting the valve clockwise to loosen it. Next, you should move the valve stem to the side and start to pull the valve completely off of the rim. Then you should turn the valve stem clockwise to push the valve stem out of the rim and then push it back in again. Finally, you should reinstall the valve and plug the tyre valve back into its slot before sealing the tyre valve back and putting your bike back together.