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Q Read this manual carefully before operating this vehicle This manual should stay with this vehicle if it is sold. INTRODUCTION, Congratulations on your purchase of the Yamaha XP500Y This model is the result of Yamaha s vast experience in the pro. duction of fine sporting touring and pacesetting racing machines It represents the high degree of craftsmanship and reli. ability that have made Yamaha a leader in these fields. This manual will give you an understanding of the operation inspection and basic maintenance of this scooter If you have. any questions concerning the operation or maintenance of your scooter please consult a Yamaha dealer. The design and manufacture of this Yamaha scooter fully comply with the emissions standards for clean air applicable at the. date of manufacture Yamaha has met these standards without reducing the performance or economy of operation of the. scooter To maintain these high standards it is important that you and your Yamaha dealer pay close attention to the rec. ommended maintenance schedules and operating instructions contained within this manual. Yamaha continually seeks advancements in product design and quality Therefore while this manual contains the most cur. rent product information available at the time of printing there may be minor discrepancies between your scooter and this. manual If there is any question concerning this manual please consult a Yamaha dealer. Please read this manual and the YOU AND YOUR MOTORCYCLE RIDING TIPS booklet carefully and completely. before operating this scooter Do not attempt to operate this scooter until you have attained adequate knowledge. of its controls and operating features and until you have been trained in safe and proper riding techniques Regular. inspections and careful maintenance along with good riding skills will ensure that you safely enjoy the capabilities. and reliability of this scooter, IMPORTANT MANUAL INFORMATION. Particularly important information is distinguished in this manual by the following notations. This is the safety alert symbol It is used to alert you to potential personal injury. hazards Obey all safety messages that follow this symbol to avoid possible injury. A WARNING indicates a hazardous situation which if not avoided could result in. death or serious injury, A NOTICE indicates special precautions that must be taken to avoid damage to the. vehicle or other property, TIP A TIP provides key information to make procedures easier or clearer. IMPORTANT MANUAL INFORMATION, OWNER S MANUAL, 2008 by Yamaha Motor Corporation U S A.
1st edition March 2008, All rights reserved, Any reprinting or unauthorized use. without the written permission of, Yamaha Motor Corporation U S A. is expressly prohibited, Printed in Japan, P N LIT 11626 22 08. TABLE OF CONTENTS, LOCATION OF IMPORTANT Sidestand 4 18 Checking the engine idling. LABELS 1 1 Ignition circuit cut off system 4 19 speed 7 19. Checking the throttle cable free, SAFETY INFORMATION 2 1 FOR YOUR SAFETY play 7 19.
Further safe riding points 2 5 PRE OPERATION CHECKS 5 1 Valve clearance 7 19. Pre operation check list 5 2 Tires 7 20, DESCRIPTION 3 1 Cast wheels 7 21. Left view 3 1 OPERATION AND IMPORTANT Front and rear brake lever free. Right view 3 2 RIDING POINTS 6 1 play 7 22, Controls and instruments 3 3 Starting the engine 6 1 Adjusting the rear brake lock lever. Starting off 6 2 cable 7 22, INSTRUMENT AND CONTROL Acceleration and deceleration 6 2 Checking the front and rear brake. FUNCTIONS 4 1 Braking 6 3 pads 7 23, Main switch steering lock 4 1 Engine break in 6 3 Checking the brake fluid level 7 24. Indicator and warning lights 4 2 Parking 6 4 Changing the brake fluid 7 25. Speedometer 4 2 Checking and lubricating the throttle. Fuel gauge 4 3 PERIODIC MAINTENANCE AND grip and cable 7 25. Coolant temperature gauge 4 3 ADJUSTMENT 7 1 Lubricating the front and rear brake. Multi function display 4 4 Owner s tool kit 7 2 levers 7 26. Handlebar switches 4 8 Periodic maintenance chart for the Checking and lubricating the. Front brake lever 4 9 emission control system 7 3 centerstand and sidestand 7 26. Rear brake lever 4 10 General maintenance and lubrication Checking the front fork 7 27. Rear brake lock lever 4 10 chart 7 4 Checking the steering 7 28. Fuel tank cap 4 11 Removing and installing panels 7 8 Checking the wheel bearings 7 28. Fuel 4 12 Checking the spark plugs 7 11 Battery 7 28. Catalytic converter 4 13 Canister 7 12 Replacing the fuses 7 30. Seat 4 14 Engine oil and oil filter cartridge 7 12 Replacing the headlight bulb 7 31. Adjusting the rider backrest 4 15 Chain drive oil 7 15 Tail brake light 7 32. Helmet holder 4 15 Coolant 7 17 Replacing a front turn signal light. Storage compartments 4 16 Replacing the air filter element 7 18 bulb 7 32. Rear view mirrors 4 18 Rear turn signal light bulb 7 33. TABLE OF CONTENTS, Replacing the license plate light.
Troubleshooting 7 34, Troubleshooting charts 7 35, SCOOTER CARE AND. STORAGE 8 1, Matte color caution 8 1, Storage 8 3, SPECIFICATIONS 9 1. CONSUMER INFORMATION 10 1, Identification numbers 10 1. Scooter noise regulation 10 3, Maintenance record 10 4. YAMAHA MOTOR CORPORATION, U S A STREET AND ENDURO, MOTORCYCLE LIMITED.
WARRANTY 10 6, YAMAHA EXTENDED SERVICE, Y E S 10 8. LOCATION OF IMPORTANT LABELS, Read and understand all of the labels on your vehicle They contain important information for safe and proper operation of. your vehicle Never remove any labels from your vehicle If a label becomes difficult to read or comes off a replacement label. 1 is available from your Yamaha dealer, 1 23 4 5 6 7 8. LOCATION OF IMPORTANT LABELS, AVERTISSEMENT, 4B5 21686 00. 5RU 24877 A0 3LD 24877 A0, LOCATION OF IMPORTANT LABELS.
LOCATION OF IMPORTANT LABELS, 225 2 25 33, 250 2 50 36 3. 225 2 25 33, 280 2 80 41 4, 5VU 21668 00, LOAD LIMIT. 2 kg 4 lbs, 5RU 24877 A0, SAFETY INFORMATION, time you use the vehicle to make sure it motorist s blind spot. is in safe operating condition Failure to Many accidents involve inexperi. Be a Responsible Owner inspect or maintain the vehicle properly enced operators In fact many op. As the vehicle s owner you are respon increases the possibility of an accident erators who have been involved in. 1 sible for the safe and proper operation or equipment damage See page 5 1 accidents do not even have a cur. of your scooter for a list of pre operation checks rent driver s license. Scooters are single track vehicles This scooter is designed to carry Make sure that you are qualified. Their safe use and operation are de the operator and a passenger and that you only lend your. pendent upon the use of proper riding The failure of motorists to detect scooter to other qualified opera. techniques as well as the expertise of and recognize scooters in traffic is tors. the operator Every operator should the predominating cause of auto Know your skills and limits. know the following requirements before mobile scooter accidents Many Staying within your limits may. riding this scooter accidents have been caused by an help you to avoid an accident. He or she should automobile driver who did not see We recommend that you prac. Obtain thorough instructions from the scooter Making yourself con tice riding your scooter where. a competent source on all aspects spicuous appears to be very effec there is no traffic until you have. of scooter operation tive in reducing the chance of this become thoroughly familiar with. Observe the warnings and mainte type of accident the scooter and all of its con. nance requirements in this Own Therefore trols, er s Manual Wear a brightly colored jacket Many accidents have been caused. Obtain qualified training in safe Use extra caution when you are by error of the scooter operator A. and proper riding techniques approaching and passing typical error made by the operator. Obtain professional technical ser through intersections since in is veering wide on a turn due to ex. vice as indicated in this Owner s tersections are the most likely cessive speed or undercornering. Manual and or when made neces places for scooter accidents to insufficient lean angle for the. sary by mechanical conditions occur speed, Ride where other motorists can Always obey the speed limit and.
Safe Riding see you Avoid riding in another never travel faster than warrant. Perform the pre operation checks each, SAFETY INFORMATION. ed by road and traffic conditions accidents are the result of head inju monoxide a deadly gas Breathing car. Always signal before turning or ries The use of a safety helmet is the bon monoxide can cause headaches. changing lanes Make sure that single most critical factor in the preven dizziness drowsiness nausea confu. other motorists can see you tion or reduction of head injuries sion and eventually death. The posture of the operator and Always wear an approved helmet Carbon Monoxide is a colorless odor 1. passenger is important for proper Wear a face shield or goggles less tasteless gas which may be. control Wind in your unprotected eyes present even if you do not see or smell 2. The operator should keep both could contribute to an impairment any engine exhaust Deadly levels of. hands on the handlebar and of vision that could delay seeing a carbon monoxide can collect rapidly. both feet on the operator foot hazard and you can quickly be overcome and. rests during operation to main The use of a jacket substantial unable to save yourself Also deadly. tain control of the scooter shoes trousers gloves etc is ef levels of carbon monoxide can linger. The passenger should always fective in preventing or reducing for hours or days in enclosed or poorly. hold onto the operator the seat abrasions or lacerations ventilated areas If you experience any. strap or grab bar if equipped Never wear loose fitting clothes symptoms of carbon monoxide poison. with both hands and keep both otherwise they could catch on the ing leave the area immediately get. feet on the passenger footrests control levers or wheels and cause fresh air and SEEK MEDICAL TREAT. Never carry a passenger unless injury or an accident MENT. he or she can firmly place both Always wear protective clothing Do not run engine indoors Even if. feet on the passenger footrests that covers your legs ankles and you try to ventilate engine exhaust. Never ride under the influence of feet The engine or exhaust sys with fans or open windows and. alcohol or other drugs tem become very hot during or af doors carbon monoxide can rap. This scooter is designed for ter operation and can cause burns idly reach dangerous levels. on road use only It is not suitable A passenger should also observe Do not run engine in poorly venti. for off road use the above precautions lated or partially enclosed areas. such as barns garages or car, Protective apparel Avoid Carbon Monoxide Poisoning ports. The majority of fatalities from scooter All engine exhaust contains carbon Do not run engine outdoors where. SAFETY INFORMATION, engine exhaust can be drawn into should be kept as low and close to Genuine Yamaha Accessories. a building through openings such the scooter as possible Securely Choosing accessories for your vehicle. as windows and doors pack your heaviest items as close is an important decision Genuine. to the center of the vehicle as pos Yamaha accessories which are avail. 1 Loading sible and make sure to distribute able only from a Yamaha dealer have. Adding accessories or cargo to your the weight as evenly as possible been designed tested and approved. 2 scooter can adversely affect stability on both sides of the scooter to min by Yamaha for use on your vehicle. and handling if the weight distribution of imize imbalance or instability Many companies with no connection to. the scooter is changed To avoid the Shifting weights can create a sud Yamaha manufacture parts and acces. possibility of an accident use extreme den imbalance Make sure that ac sories or offer other modifications for. caution when adding cargo or accesso cessories and cargo are securely Yamaha vehicles Yamaha is not in a. ries to your scooter Use extra care attached to the scooter before position to test the products that these. when riding a scooter that has added riding Check accessory mounts aftermarket companies produce. cargo or accessories Here along with and cargo restraints frequently Therefore Yamaha can neither en. the information about accessories be Properly adjust the suspension dorse nor recommend the use of ac. low are some general guidelines to fol for your load suspension ad cessories not sold by Yamaha or. low if loading cargo to your scooter justable models only and modifications not specifically recom. The total weight of the operator pas check the condition and pres mended by Yamaha even if sold and. senger accessories and cargo must sure of your tires installed by a Yamaha dealer. not exceed the maximum load limit Never attach any large or heavy. Operation of an overloaded vehicle items to the handlebar front Aftermarket Parts Accessories. could cause an accident fork or front fender Such items and Modifications. can create unstable handling or While you may find aftermarket prod. Maximum load a slow steering response ucts similar in design and quality to. 193 kg 425 lb, This vehicle is not designed to genuine Yamaha accessories recog. When loading within this weight limit pull a trailer or to be attached to nize that some aftermarket accessories. Yamaha continually seeks advancements in product design and quality Therefore while this manual contains the most cur rent product information available at the time of printing there may be minor discrepancies between your scooter and this manual If there is any question concerning this manual please consult a Yamaha dealer WARNING EWA12581

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