Complete Peugeot JetForce workshop manual contain information about: Characteristics, engine, capacities, chassis markings, engine markings, frame, dimension and weight, tyres, service schedule and commissioning, check, change, check and lubricate, test machine, special important points, oil and fuel, starting up after overhauling the engine, tightening torques, body panels, frame, standard,special tools, body panels, frame,standard, instrument cluster, multi function display functions and settings, Changing from the total distance display to the daily display, Changing the distance unit, Maintenance function, Fuel gauge self-diagnostic. Control cable and harness routings, location of components, Location of body components, Body component sequence of disassembly, Removal of front lower legshields, Removal of the headlight and sidelight assemblies, Method for fitting the lower legshield bracket, Removal of the rear frame, Removal of the frame. Removal of the oil tank (50 cc) or oil separator (125 cc), the saddle lock (50 and 125 cc), Removal of the radiator / radiator bracket, Removal of the central shock absorber / from the swingarm, Removal of the inlet coupling and valves, To remove the cylinder head Procedure 5, Removal of the cylinder / piston, Removal of the temperature sensor, Removal of the air compressor. Engine removal, Removal of the rocker cover, setting the rockers, removal of the camshaft, removal of the rockers. Removal of the connecting rod and/or LH bearing and/or changing the casings. Include step by step removal guide with illustration available to download in pdf format.
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