Suzuki DL1000 Maintenance & Repair Manual

The manual covers all service, repair and maintenance procedures. It's simple to use, full of in depth information and specifically written for the suzuki dl1000 motorcycle. Having simple to follow illustrations/diagrams and instructions makes it so much easier, no matter how complex the repair.

Even if you’ve never done any motorcycle maintenance or repair before, you’ll find all the information you need to get started. Professional mechanics and master technicians also use this manual.

Make and Model Year Language Price Rating Instant Download
Suzuki DL1000 2002-2007 £9.99

Supplied in easy to read and print pdf format and works with all operating systems; Windows XP, Vista, 7, MAC, etc. (any device that reads pdf format) plus there's No waiting for delivery!

Example Contents

Maintenance & General Info Engine & Diagnosis
Cooling & Lubrication System Chassis & Electrical System
  • SDS check
  • Compression pressure
  • Spark plug
  • Engine
  • Drive chain
  • Serial numbers
  • Tyres
  • Exhaust pipe & muffler
  • Exhaust control valve
  • Electrical
  • Evaporative emission control system
  • Precautions
  • Drive chain
  • Engine oil & oil filter
  • Air supply
  • Valve clearance
  • Oil pressure
  • Clutch
  • Chassis
  • Cooling system
  • Throttle cable
  • Fuel, oil & coolant
  • Rear suspension
  • Nuts, bolts & fasteners
  • Periodic maintenance chart
  • Brakes
  • Capacities
  • Tune up
  • Lubrication points
  • Air cleaner
  • Steering
  • Cylinder Identification
  • Front fork
  • Throttle valve
  • Compression test
  • Fuel line
  • Warning, cautions & notes
  • Specifications
Fuel System - Throttle body

  • STP sensor adjustment
  • Fuel pressure
  • Fuel delivery system
  • Fuel tank
  • Throttle valve synchronization
  • Fuel system
  • Fuel mesh filter
  • ISC valve
  • Fuel Injector
  • Air cleaner box
  • Fuel pump

  • ECT sensor
  • Fuse
  • CMP sensor
  • Generator
  • Transmission
  • Crankcase
  • Oil strainer
  • STP sensor
  • Electrical parts
  • Cylinder head & valve
  • Clutch lifter
  • Cam chain tensioner
  • Crankshaft thrust bearing
  • Oil pressure regulator
  • Piston & piston ring
  • Switch
  • Gearshift system
  • Cylinder head cover
  • Camshaft
  • IAT sensor
  • Balancer shaft
  • CMP sensor
  • IAP sensor
  • TO sensor
  • AP sensor
  • TPS sensor
  • Cam chain guide
  • Water pump
  • Troubleshooting
  • Crankshaft journal bearing
  • HO2 sensor
  • Removal, Inspection & Installation
  • Crankshaft & con rod
  • Clutch
  • TP sensor
  • ECM terminal
  • CKP sensor
Emission Control System
  • Noise emission control system
  • HO2 sensor
  • Diagram
  • Reed valve
  • Fuel Injection system
  • Control solenoid valve
  • Crankcase emission sensor
  • System hose routing
  • PCV hose
  • Exhaust emission control system

  • Oil cooler
  • Water pump
  • Cooling fan
  • Oil pressure regulator
  • ECT sensor
  • Cooling circuit
  • Oil strainer
  • Engine coolant
  • Radiator & water hoses
  • Oil jet
  • Oil pump
  • Oil pressure switch
  • Oil filter
  • Radiator
  • Engine lubrication system
  • Thermostat
Servicing Information
  • Radiator
  • Chassis
  • Front & rear fenders
  • Electrical
  • Troubleshooting
  • Frame
  • Seat lock
  • Special tools
  • FI system
  • Side stand
  • Throttle cable hose routing
  • Wiring diagrams
  • Cowling
  • Fuel tank
  • Air intake cover
  • Pilion footrest
  • Brakes
  • Tightening torque chart
  • Front footrest
  • Cooling system hose routing
  • Wiring harness & cable hose routing
  • Service data
  • Clutch hose routing
  • Gearshift pedal
  • Engine
  • Front wheel
  • Interlock system
  • Rear suspension
  • Troubleshooting
  • License plate light
  • Drive chain
  • Rear wheel
  • Fuse
  • Rear shock absorber
  • Battery
  • Lights/lamps
  • Starter motor
  • Relays
  • Rear brake
  • Switch
  • Handlebar
  • Starter system
  • Front fork
  • Switches
  • Connectors
  • Turn signal lights
  • Clamp
  • Steering
  • Wiring procedure
  • Tyre & wheel
  • Ignition system
  • Headlight
  • Charging system
  • Brake light
  • Exterior parts
  • Coupler
  • Clutch
  • Combination meter
  • Front brake
Suspension & Final Drive

  • Rear sprocket
  • Swing arm bearing
  • Wheel alignment
  • Front fork
  • Drive chain
  • Rocker arm & tie arm bearing lubrication
  • Rear shock absorber
  • Swing arm
  • Coupling bearing
  • Coupling damper
  • Rebound damper force
  • Specifications, service Information & exploded view
  • Chain guard
  • Front sprocket

The Suzuki DL1000 is no doubt one of the best looking naked bikes out there. By definition, the naked bike has never been intended to look good, since emphasis has been placed on the quality of ride above the aesthetic styling. However, with its combination of half-glossy upper body panels and half exposed lower open engine bay, the DL1000 is quite the tasteful bike. With its powerful 1000cc engine, this bike also has some massive potential for use on the track for the intermediate rider, but without compromising the comfortable ride quality that enables the DL1000 to hit the highway just as hard as the track. So if you’re weighing up between one bike for its high powered track potential, or another bike for its touring capabilities, the Suzuki DL1000 makes life easy by combining the two attributes.

With its 1000cc engine, it won’t be long before your DL1000 begins to wear through those original factory parts if you’re not regular with your garage appointments. On the one hand, you save yourself money by avoiding those expensive routine services, but on the other hand, you risk a potentially far worse outcome when your ignorance of part degradation leads to a serious malfunction mid-ride. It’s easy to understand why some riders will try to put off their bike’s routine service for as long as possible when you consider how much your garage fee comes to, even when no parts are being replaced. The reason behind this is that costly mechanic labour which sends your otherwise reasonable fee sky high.

So how can you reduce these costs so that you can keep your DL1000 on the road without having to make huge sacrifices in order to do so? Well, the simple answer is to learn how to carry out your own home motorcycle maintenance. With the assistance of the manual, you’ll have all the information and tips you need in order to set to work on the maintenance of your pride and joy this evening. All you’ll need to get started are a few tools and a little elbow grease. From this starting point, it shouldn’t take you long at all to develop your motorcycle servicing skills to the extent that you’ll be locating damaged parts and immediately replacing them for new equivalents in just a few weeks.

But what are the benefits to investing in the service manual? Well, naturally you’re going to have the potential to save yourself thousands in garage repair fees each year. On top of that, your bike will feel noticeably perkier to ride, with the power being returned to its full potential. The most important area though, which is particularly relevant to this bike as a tourer, is the improvement in your bike’s general safety which should combat any likelihood of parts giving in at high speed. So invest a little time and effort into the DL1000 manual today and discover the benefits of a well-kept bike this evening.

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