Shock Link Lower Bracket Removal

Remove the following:

- Muffler/exhaust pipe (page 2-19)

- Throttle body (page 5-62)

Disconnect the side stand switch 2P (Green) connector.

Remove the gearshift arm pinch bolt then remove the gearshift arm from the gearshift spindle.

GEARSHIFT ARM

BOLT

GEARSHIFT ARM

BOLT

Remove the shock link lower brackeVside stand bracket mounting bolt/nut.

Remove the bolt and side stand bracket assembly.

BOLT/NUT BOLT

BOLT/NUT BOLT

BOLTS

Remove the two bolts, drive sprocket cover and guide plate.

GUIDE PLATE

BOLTS

SPROCKET COVER

California type Remove the bolt and EVAP canister bracket assembly only: from the shock link bracket.

Disconnect the EVAP purge control solenoid valve 2P (Black) connector.

Disconnect the EVAP canister hoses and EVAP purge control solenoid valve hoses.

Remove the shock link lower mounting socket bolt/nut.

Remove the shock link lower bracket mounting bolt/nut, then remove the right and left lower brackets.

Remove the dowel pins.

EVAP PURGE CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE

HOSES

DOWEL PINS

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