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2005 Honda NT700VI / VA Service Repair Manual Download , PDF

2005 Honda NT700VI / VA Service Repair Manual Download , PDF

2005 Honda NT700VI / VA Service Repair Manual Full of information and illustrations, covers everything, step by step instructions, assembly/disassembly, exploded illustrations/diagrams/troubleshooting, great manual to have when owning/servicing a HONDA and will be a great aid to keep your BIKE on the road. These manuals will save you money in repairs/service. A must have if you own one of these vehicles. This manual is published by HONDA, and are the same manuals the HONDA Mechanics/Technicians use at the dealership when servicing your BIKE.

This Manual Covers

  • General Information
  • Technical features
  • Frame / Body Panels / Exhaust System
  • Maintenance
  • Lubrication System
  • Fuel System
  • Cooling system
  • Engine Removal / Installation
  • Cylinder Head / Valve
  • Cylinder / Piston
  • Clutch / kickstarter / Gearshift Linkage
  • Crankcase / Transmission / crankshaft / balancer
  • Front Wheel / Suspension / Steering
  • Rear Wheel / Suspension
  • Hydraulic Brake
  • Electrical
  • Wiring Diagram
  • Troubleshooting

 

 

[Troubleshooting] ENGINE DOES NOT START OR IS HARD TO START

1. Fuel Line lnspection
Check fuel flow to throttle body.
Does fuel reach the throttle body?
NO – Clogged fuel line and strainer
Clogged fuel tank breather
Faulty fuel pump
YES – GO TO STEP 2.
2. Spark Plug lnspection
Remove and inspect spark plugs.
Is the spark plug wet?
YES – lncorrect spark plug heat range
lncorrect spark plug gap
Dirty air cleaner
NO – GO TO STEP 3.
3. Spark Test
Perform spark test.
Is there weak or no spark?
YES – Faulty spark plug

  • Loose or disconnected ignition system wires
  • Broken or shorted spark plug wire

Faulty CKP sensor
Faulty ignition coil

  • Faulty bank angle sensor or Fltignition relay

Faulty ECM
Faulty engine stop switch
NO – GO TO STEP 4.
4. Programmed Fuel Injection System Inspection
Check the fuel injection system (page 6-31.
Is the fuel injection system normal?
YES – GO TO STtP 5.
NO – Faulty fuel injection system.
5. Cylinder Compression
Test cylinder compression.
Is the compression low5
YES – Valve stuck open
Worn cylinde; and piston rings
Damaged cylinder head gasket
Serzed valve
Improper valve timing
NO – GO TO S1 tP 6.
6. Engine Starting Condition
Start engine by following normal procedure.
Does the engine start then stops7
YES

  • Leaking intake manifold
  • Faulty IACV
  • Improper ignition timing (Faulty ECM, CKP sensor or TP sensor)
  • contaminated fuel

[Troubleshooting] ENGINE LACKS POWER

1. Drive Train lnspection
Raise wheel off the ground and spin it by hand.
Does the wheel spin freely?
NO – Brake dragging
Worn or damaged wheel bearings
Final gear bearing damaged
YES – GO TO STEP 2.
2. Tire Pressure lnspection
Check tire pressure.
Are the tire pressures bw?
YES – Faulty tire valve
Punctured tire
NO – GO TO STEP 3.
3. Clutch lnspection
Accelerate rapidly from low to second.
Does the engine speed change accordingly when clutch is engaged?
NO – Clutch slipping
Worn clutch discs/plates
Warped clutch discs/plates
Weak clutch spring
Additive in engine oil
YES – GO TO STEP 4.
4. Engine Performance lnspection
Accelerate lightly.
Does the engine speed increase?
NO – Dirty air cleaner
Restricted fuel flow
Clogged muffler
Clogged fuel tank breather
YES – GO TO STEP 5.
5. Engine Condition lnspection
Accelerate or run at high speed.
Is there knocking?
YES – Worn piston and cylinder
Wrong type of fuel
0 Excessive carbon build-up in combustion chamber
a Ignition timing too advanced (Faulty ECM)
NO – GO TO STEP 6.
6. Spark Plug lnspection
Remove and inspect spark plugs.
Is the spark plug fouled or discolored?
NO – Plugs not serviced frequently enough
r Incorrect spark plug heat range
YES – GO TO STEP 7.
7. Engine Oil lnspection
Check oil level and condition.
Is there correct level and good condition?
NO – * Oil level too high
* Oil level too low
Contaminated oil

 

YES – GOTOSTEP8.
8. Ignition Timing lnspection
check ignition timing.
Is the ignition timing correct?
NO – Faulty ECM

  •  Faulty CKP sensor
  • Faulty TP sensor

YES – GO TO STEP 9.
9. Cylinder Compression lnspection
Test cylinder compression.
Is the compression low?
YES – Valve clearance too small
Valve stuck open
Worn cylinder and piston rings
Damaged cylinder head gasket
Improper valve timing
NO – GO TO STEP 10.
10. Programed Fuel Injection System lnspection
Check the fuel injection system (page 6-3).
Is the fuel injection system normal?
NO – Faulty fuel injection system.
YES – GOTOSTEPII.
11. Lubrication lnspection
Remove cylinder head cover and inspect for proper lubrication.
Is the valve train lubricated properly?
NO – Clogged oil passage
Clogged oil orifice
YES0 TO STEP 12.
12. Over Heating lnspection
Check for engine over heating.
Is the engine over heating?
YES – Coolant level too low
Fan motor not working
Thermostat stuck closed r Excessive carbon build-up in combustion chamber
Use of poor quality fuel
Wrong type of fuel
Clutch slipping

 

[Troubleshooting]  POOR PERFORMANCE AT LOW AND IDLE SPEED

1. Intake Air Leak lnspection
Check for leaking intake manifold gasket or insulator.
Is there leaking7
YES – Loose msulator bands
Loose insulator mounting bolts
Uamaged insulator
Faulty 0-ring
NO – TO STFP 7.
2. Spark Test
Perform spark test.
Is there weak or intermittent spark/
YES Faulty spark plug
Loose or disconnected ignition
Faulty CKV sensor
Faulty ignition coil
Faulty engine stop switch
Faulty tCM
system
3. Ignition Timing lnspection
Check ignition timing.
Is the ignition timing correct?
NO

  • Faulty ECM
  • Faultv TP sensor
  • Faulty CKP sensor

YES – GO TO STEP 4.
4. Programmed Fuel Injection System lnspection
Check the fuel injection system.
is the fuel iniection svstem normal7
NO – Faulty fuel injection system.

 

[Troubleshooting] POOR PERFORMANCE AT HIGH SPEED

1. Ignition Timing lnspection
Check ignition timing.
Is the ignition timing correct?
NO – Faulty ECM
Faulty CKP sensor
Faulty TP sensor
YES – GO TO STEP 2.
2. Programmed Fuel Injection System lnspection
Check the fuel injection system (page 6-3).
Is the fuel injection system normal?
NO – Faulty fuel injection system
YES – GO TO STEP 3.
3. Valve Timing lnspection
Check valve timing.
Is the valve timing correct?
NO – Cam sprockets not installed properly
YES – GO TO STW 4.
4. Valve Spring lnspection
Check valve springs.
Is the valve spring free length within specification?
NO – Faulty valve spring
YES GO TO S1 kP 5.
5. Camshaft lnspection
Remove and inspect the camshaft.
Is the cam lobe height within specification?
NO – Faulty camshaft
YES – canshaft is OK

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