1996 Buell S1 Lightning Motorcycle Workshop Repair & Service Manual (Searchable, Printable, iPad-ready PDF)
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This COMPLETE official full workshop service repair manual for 1996 Buell S1 Lightning Sport Bike includes:
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* This manual also makes it easy to diagnose and repair problems with your machines electrical system.
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EXCERPT (1996 Buell S1 Lightning Motorbike Service/Repair Manual):
The rear compartment of the left and right crankcase halves form the transmission case. An access cover (door) allows removal of transmission components without removing the engine or disassembling (splitting) the crankcase.
1. Raise rear wheel off floor using REAR WHEEL SUPPORT STAND (Part No. B-41174).
2. Remove rear fender. See FENDERS in Section 2.
3. See Figure 6-12. Loosen rear axle nut (metric). Reduce tension on secondary drive belt by turning axle adjuster nuts on each side of swing-arm an equal number of turns counterclockwise. Move rear wheel as far forward as possible.
4. Remove muffler. See EXHAUST SYSTEM in Section 2. Place a drain pan under the engine. Remove drain plug and drain lubricant from primary drive/transmission.
5. Remove swing-arm/drive support screws and retaining nut. Remove sprocket cover, washer and spacer.
6. See Figure 6-13. Place transmission in first gear. Remove two socket head screws (5) and lockplate (4).
Figure 6-12. Secondary Drive Belt Adjustment b0249x6x
Transmission sprocket nut has left-hand threads. To prevent damage, turn nut clockwise to loosen and remove from main drive gear shaft.
7. Remove transmission sprocket nut (3) from main drive gear shaft (1).
8. Remove secondary drive belt from transmission sprocket (2). Remove transmission sprocket from main drive gear shaft (1).
9. Remove primary cover. See PRIMARY CHAIN on page 6-3.
10. Remove clutch assembly, primary chain and engine sprocket. See PRIMARY DRIVE/CLUTCH on page 6-10.
11. See Figure 6-14. Lock transmission in gear. Remove countershaft TORX screw and retainer.
12. See Figure 6-15. Detach spring (1) from groove in post (2).
13. Remove retaining ring (10) and detent plate (9). You will need to use a new retaining ring for installation.
14. Remove two locknuts (3) and washers (11) which attach shifter shaft assembly (6) to studs at transmission case. Remove shifter shaft assembly.
15. Remove five access door bolts (7) and washers (8). Remove transmission assembly by pulling it straight outward, away from transmission case.
CLEANING, INSPECTION AND REPAIR
Thoroughly clean transmission compartment with cleaning solvent. Blow parts dry with compressed air. Inspect parts to determine if any must be replaced. Replace all parts that are badly worn or damaged.
Neutral Indicator Switch
See Figure 6-16. The neutral indicator switch is threaded into the transmission portion of the right crankcase half. See NEUTRAL INDICATOR SWITCH in Section 7 for testing, removal and installation procedures.