A person can remove the seat on Yamaha BW350 motorcycle by depressing the release under the edge of the seat. The seat can then be raised and removed from the bike.
The Yamaha 1200 motorcycle seat is held in place by four retaining bolts. Remove the retaining bolts and the seat will come off.
the vin on a Yamaha snowmobile is usually found on the right side where your foot is placed.
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Remove the 10mm bolt from behing the rear seat. Then pull the rear seat it hooks to the front seat in the front. Remove the bracket there and pull the front.
key unlocks top section(pillion) which exposes nuts at the rear of main seat. unscrew and slide seat backwards, this will remove the seat.
Remove a bolt (hex) from either side at the bottom of the seat. Near the shock.
Yes, you may remove the back seat saddle bags and visor from a 1988 Yamaha. You will need to unscrew the bolts attached to the back seat and visor.
remove bolt on the back of passenger seat, pull that back and out. Then driver seat just pulls back and out as well.
remove the manifolds first you my want to remove the seat firat
remove two bolts under seat pivot for gas filler neck then slide seat back and lift up. that's it.
its on the tunnel of the snowmobile , proble starts with 8c0 or something like that
take bolts out at front left and right side then slide entire seat forward and lift off
under the seat if the battery's flat you will Need to remove some of the body kit to release seat lock manually
Remove the screw on the panel below the front of the seat. Then open the seat and remove the two Phillips type screws near the seat hinge. Then remove the panel below the front of the seat and have a look. You can also take the storage container right out if you want to get in deeper.
it is under the seat, remove the two 10mm bolts on the underside of the seat and then slide the seat towards the back of the bike to remove it, once that is done the battery is in plain view you cant miss it
Take the key to motorcycle, insert it in the seat lock on the left side of the motorcycle, under the seat cowl, unlock lock, lift seat up and pull seat out.
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