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Clymer Manual - Honda CB750 DOHC Fours - 1979-1982

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Clymer manual for the Honda CB750 DOHC fours from 1979-1982

Clymer motorcycle repair manuals are written specifically for the do-it-yourselfer. Whether it’s routine maintenance or more extensive repairs involving engine and transmission disassembly, Clymer repair manuals provide all the information you need about your motorcycle. With step-by-step procedures, detailed photography and extensive use of exploded views, each manual is based on the complete disassembly of the machine. Unlike OEM manuals, which are purposely designed for the professional technician with an impressive array of specialized tools, equipment and knowledge, Clymer manuals are designed for the first-time user.

Copyright: 1985
Part Number: M337
336 pages

Models Covered:

CB750C (1980-1982)
CB750K (1979-1982)
CB750F (1979-1982)
CB750K-LTD (1979)

Contents:

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CHAPTER ONE / GENERAL INFORMATION

Manual organization / Service hints /Safety first / Expendable supplies / Shop tools / Emergency tool kits / Troubleshooting and tune-up equipment 

CHAPTER TWO / TROUBLESHOOTING
Starting difficulties / Poor performance / Drive train / Chassis / Brakes / Electrical system / Charging system / Lighting / Fuses / Wiring 

CHAPTER THREE / LUBRICATION, MAINTENANCE, AND TUNE-UP
Routine checks / Service intervals / Tires / Crankcase breather hose (U.S. models only) / Battery / Periodic lubrication / Engine oil and filter change / Fork oil change / Drive chain lubrication / Periodic maintenance / Drive chain adjustment / Clutch adjustment / Throttle adjustment / Air filter change / Tune-up / Cylinder head nuts / Camshaft chain adjustment / Valve clearance adjustment / Compression test / Spark plugs / Ignition timing / Carburetor synchronization / Idle speed adjustment / Storage / General specifications

CHAPTER FOUR / ENGINE
Engine principles / Servicing engine in frame / Engine / Cylinder head / Valve and valve components / Camshafts / Camshaft chain / Cylinder block / Pistons and connecting rods / Piston rings / Ignition advance mechanism / Alternator / Oil pump / Oil strainer, oil path body and pressure relief valve / Primary shaft / Primary shaft tensioner / Crankcase / Crankshaft / Electric starter gears / Break-in

CHAPTER FIVE / CLUTCH AND TRANSMISSION
Clutch / Clutch cable / Drive sprocket / Shifting mechanism / Transmission / Gearshift drum and forks

CHAPTER SIX / FUEL AND EXHAUST SYSTEMS
Air cleaner / Carburetors / Carburetor adjustments / Fuel shutoff valve / Fuel tank / Crankcase breather system (U.S.) / Exhaust system

CHAPTER SEVEN / ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Charging system / Battery / Alternator / Voltage regulator/rectifier / Ignition system / Ignition coil / Pulse generator / Ignition advance mechanism / Spark plugs / Starting system / Starter / Lighting system / Switches / Electrical components / Fuses

CHAPTER EIGHT / FRONT SUSPENSION AND STEERING
Front wheel / Front hub / Wheels / Tire changing / Tire repairs (tube-type tires) / Tire repairs (tubeless tires) / Handlebar / Steering head / Front forks

CHAPTER NINE / REAR SUSPENSION
Wheel / Rear hub / Driven flange assembly / Drive chain / Wheel balancing / Tire changing / Rear swing arm / Shock absorbers

CHAPTER TEN / BRAKES
Front disc brake(s) / Front master cylinder / Front brake pad replacement / Front caliper(s) / Front brake hose replacement / Rear drum brake / Rear master cylinder / Rear brake pad replacement / Rear caliper / Rear brake hose replacement / Brake disc (front and rear) / Bleeding the system

CHAPTER ELEVEN / FRAME
Kickstand (sidestand) / Centerstand / Footpegs / Frame

SUPPLEMENT / 1981-1982 SERVICE INFORMATION

INDEX

COLOR WIRING DIAGRAMS

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  1. Most valuable resource for a project bike 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 31st Aug 2015

    Even though my bike doesn't need that much work, this manual has been great in troubleshooting and figuring out how to fix things and in what order. Also having a quick reference of metrics, torque values, etc will save you a bunch of time with trial and error.