1983-1985 Honda CB550 & CB650SC Nighthawk Online Service Manual

Honda CB550SC CB650SC Nighthawk Online Service Manual
The Cyclepedia.com 1983-1985 Honda CB550 & CB650SC Nighthawk Online Service Manual features detailed full-color photographs and wiring diagrams, complete specifications with step-by-step procedures performed and written by a Suzuki dealer trained technician.

The Honda CB550 & CB650SC Nighthawk online motorcycle manual will show you how to repair and maintain the following Honda CB550 & CB650SC Nighthawk motorcycles:

1983 Honda CB650SC Nighthawk
1983 Honda CB550SC Nighthawk
1984 Honda CB650SC Nighthawk
1985 Honda CB650SC Nighthawk

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Remove the side covers in order to access the air filter box.

Periodic Maintenance– Periodic Maintenance Chart, Air Filter Servicing, Battery, Brake Fluid, Carburetor Synchronization, Choke, Clutch, Compression Test, Crankcase Breather, EEC System (Calif. model), Engine Idle Speed, Engine Oil, Final Drive Oil, Fuel System, Headlight Aim, Idle Speed Adjustment, Ignition Timing, Front Brake Replacement, Rear Brake Inspection, Side Stand, Spark Plug, Steering Head Bearings, Suspension, Throttle Free Play, Tires

The engine identification number is stamped on the back of the engine case.

Quick Reference– VIN and Engine Number Location, Honda CB650SC Specifications, Supplemental Honda CB550SC Specifications, Torque Specifications, General Torque Specifications

Remove the float chamber cover.

Fuel System– Carburetor Removal, Carburetor Installation, Carburetor Assembly, Carburetor Disassembly, Carburetor Specifications, Throttle Position Sensor, Fuel Level Sensor, Fuel Strainer, Airbox, Emissions

Lift the seat off of the frame.

External Components– Seat, Fuel Tank, Tail Section, Footpegs, Gearshift Pedal, Handlebar, Front Fender, Rear Fender, Exhaust System

Remove the cylinder head cover.

Engine– Engine Specifications, Camshaft Removal, Camshaft Installation, Cylinder Head Cover, Cylinder Head, Valves, Starter Motor, Cylinders and Pistons, Starter Clutch, Clutch Removal, Clutch Installation, Engine Removal, Engine Installation, Crankcase Splitting, Crankshaft, Crankcase Assembly, Transmission Removal, Transmission Installation, Oil Pump, Gearshift

Remove the oil cooler, oil pipes and filter.

Lubrication– System, Oil Cooler, Oil Pan, Oil Pump, Engine Oil

Lift the drive shaft and fit the right rear shock absorber.

Final Drive– Drive Shaft, Drive Gear, Swingarm

Fit the left front brake caliper.

Front Brake– Brake Disc, Master Cylinder, Front Brake Hoses, Front Brake Caliper, Front Brake Specifications

Lift the brake drum and panel out of the rear wheel.

Rear Brake– Rear Brake Drum

Remove the rear wheel from the swingarm.

Wheels– Wheel and Axle Inspection, Front Wheel, Rear Wheel, Bearing Replacement

Remove the upper fork bridge.

Steering– Removal, Installation

Slide the forks down and out of the fork clamps using a twisting motion.

Front Suspension– Fork Removal and Installation, Front Fork Assembly, Front Fork Disassembly

After removing the mounting nuts, remove the left rear shock absorber.

Rear Suspension– Rear Suspension Removal, Rear Suspension Installation, Rear Suspension Disassembly, Rear Suspension Assembly

Fit the alternator cover.

Electrical System– Electrical Specifications, Ignition System, Signal Generator, Charging System, Alternator, Starter System, Switches, Lights, Headlights, Instrument Panel, Wiring Diagram

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  1. gription says

    I really love the Cyclepedia manual for my Honda CB650 Nighthawk. The color photos of the actual procedures on the bike are great. I also have the Haynes and Clymer manuals and they do not compare. I would love to get a cyclepedia manual for my Honda Shadow too. – B. Mills

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