Honda VFR400R Motorcycle Service Manual VFR400 R 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992

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Honda VFR 400 R

Honda VFR 400 Maintenance and Repair Manual

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Fuel Cooling System

Torque values special tools

Vehicle Identification number

Engine serial number

Final drive

Crankshaft transmission

Symbols

Clutch fluid

Charging system battery

Hydraulic brake

Cable and harness routing

Fuel line

Oil pressure check

Brake system

Air cleaner

Engine oil

Model Identification

Valve clearance

Brake pad wear

Cooling system

Inspection, removal Installation

Dimensions

Lubrication and seal points

Steering head bearings

Service Information

Final drive oil

Oil pump

Troubleshooting

Tyre air pressure

Wheels tyres

Clutch gearshift linkage

Specifications

Weights

Service rules

Electrical

Maintenance schedule

Lights, meters switches

Side stand

Suspension

Emission control system Information

Valve clearance

Radiator coolant

Cylinder piston

Front wheel, suspension, steering

Frame serial number

Cooling system

Crankcase breather

Secondary air supply system

Brake fluid

Throttle operation

Rear wheel suspension

Drive train

How to use the workshop manual

Nuts, bolts fasteners

Torque settings values

Ignition system

Engine types

Carburation

Clutch system

Alternator starter clutch

Oil filter

Headlight aim

Spark plug

Tools

Cylinder head valves

Engine idle speed

Lubrication system

Service Information

Brake light switch

Evaporative emission control system

Fuel system

Oil strainer

Water pump

ECT sensor

Programmed fuel injection

Fuel line Inspection

Service Information

System location

Purge control valve

Coolant replacement

Self diagnosis

Specifications

Bank angle sensor

Throttle body

Fuel tank

Radiator reserve tank

ECM

Fuel cut off relay

Injectors

Starter valve

Air screw synchronization

Intake duct control solenoid

IAT sensor

System diagram

Thermostat

Air cleaner housing

Inspection, removal Installation

Fuel pump

Solenoid valve

o2 sensor

System testing

Cooling air bleeding

Reed valve

Torque values

Cooling fan

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Baro, MAP sensor

Troubleshooting

Cam pulse generator

Engine stop relay

Electrical System

Ignition System

Headlight

Turn signals

Clutch switch

Oil pressure indicator

Indicator box

Balancer weight

Tail, brake light

Starter motor

Ignition switch

Speedometer

Specifications

Inspection removal Installation

License plate light

Neutral switch

Lights, Switches Meters

Regulator rectifier

Side stand switch

Handlebar switches

Electric Starter

Horn

Flywheel starter clutch

Charging System

Turn signal relay

Vehicle speed sensor

Front brake light switch

Service Information

Starter relay switch

Special tools

Ignition timing

Fan motor switch

Alternator

Troubleshooting

Rear brake light switch

Fuel reserve sensor

Torque values

Coolant temperature indicator

Starter Clutch

Bulbs, fuses

Battery

Wiring Diagram

Ignition coil

Battery case

The Honda VFR400R is a fantastic looking sports bike that seems to be growing more coveted as each year goes by. With its 124mph top speed, it’s the ideal bike for a novice looking for a step up from their first bike, providing a nice amount of additional power to build up those riding skills. Mixing those sporty body panels with a comfortable riding position, this bike is ideal for both taking out on track and cruising down the highway.

Thanks to Honda’s gleaming reputation, the VFR400R makes for a fantastic used purchase that should keep on scaling the highway for many years to come.

As with all older motorcycles, after your VFR hits a certain age, it’s going to become a little bit more temperamental and have a few false starts. There is no mystery as to how you might keep your bike in top condition, but it generally comes in the form of an expensive garage service. The reason for this is generally because you’re paying the mechanic to work, as opposed to the spare parts being expensive.

In reality, since the VFR was such a popular model, spare parts aren’t too difficult to source online, and wouldn’t cost you anywhere near as much to order as a fully blown repair.

Okay, so you’ve got the spare parts and the bike, now it’s time to learn how to repair your VFR at home. It might involve a little more effort than simply dropping your bike off at the garage, but in the long run, carrying out your own services can save you a substantial amount of money. So how can you learn? Well, by simply investing a little time into the VFR 400 manual, you will have all the information you need.

Starting right at the basics of servicing, the manual will quickly and effectively get you stuck into the mechanics of your bike.

Whether you’re looking to prolong the life of those original parts, or rebuild the engine, the Honda manual will guide you through the process so that you can achieve the outcome you want without blowing the bank on garage bills. By carrying out this work regularly, you’ll be improving the overall ride quality so that it no longer feels as though you’re riding a bike that’s been through the wars, but a bike that’s just left the production line. So start saving time and money and boost your bike’s performance today with the manual.


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