Suzuki GS550 Maintenance & Repair Manual | GS 550



The suzuki service manual covers all repair and maintenance procedures. It's simple to use, full of in depth information and specifically written for the suzuki gs550 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 Instant Download
Suzuki GS550 1977-1982 £9.99
"          " 1983-1988 £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
  • Periodic maintenance chart
  • Electrical
  • Lubrication points
  • Clutch
  • Air supply
  • Tune up
  • Steering
  • Front fork
  • Precautions
  • Brakes
  • Engine oil & oil filter
  • Spark plug
  • Specifications
  • Capacities
  • Drive chain
  • Valve clearance
  • Serial numbers
  • Fuel, oil & coolant
  • Exhaust control valve
  • Cooling system
  • Air cleaner
  • Fuel line
  • Cylinder Identification
  • Warning, cautions & notes
  • Exhaust pipe & muffler
  • Nuts, bolts & fasteners
  • Compression test
  • Drive chain
  • Chassis
  • Engine
  • SDS check
  • Tyres
  • Throttle cable
  • Evaporative emission control system
  • Rear suspension
  • Oil pressure
  • Throttle valve
  • Compression pressure
Fuel System - Throttle body

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

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

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

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

The Suzuki GS550 is an old school Japanese sports tourer that is gradually reaching classic status. With those retro style touches such as the squared off tail and that chrome front mudguard, it’s easy to see why this is wriggling its way back into the limelight amongst the pre-owned buyers. At 550cc, and being manufactured in 1977, it’s not the fastest sports bike on the road, but what it lacks in top speed it makes up for in raw sensory feel. With an almost complete lack of luxury, especially that missing windshield, you’re going to feel every corner on this brute. So if you want the perfect weekend thrasher for the country lanes that’ll be loud enough to send those woodland creatures running in fear, then the Suzuki GS550 is your best bet.

If you already have your hands on this bike, you’ll be aware of the dwindling supply of spare parts in the ether. Even searching online is going to be difficult considering the bike’s age, with most riders having to resort to buying a second model to break for parts. This lack of parts is a big factor that adds to those expensive bills you’ll pay in the event of a damaged part needing garage attention. So if you bought this bike on the cheap for use as a daily commuter, it’s absolutely imperative that you look after it in order to save yourself from paying more for one year’s worth of repair work than you did for the whole bike in the first place.

But how can you learn the basics of motorcycle maintenance without a proper course? Well, the truth is that you don’t need any teaching other than that which is contained within the GS 550 manual. This is a simple guide that will give you all the key abilities necessary to keep your GS550 overhauled after every ride. It will only take you a few hours before you’re ready and prepared to get to work on your bike. In no time at all, you’ll be spotting potential corrosion and part wear that you’ll be able to remedy with the assistance of the manual.

So what do you stand to gain from carrying out home maintenance? Well, in avoiding those garage visits, you’ll be taking those maintenance costs out of the equation so that you’re only going to be paying for any spare parts that you may need. Since you’ll be doing all the labour, that huge portion of your spending will now be gone. So if you’re looking to ride your bike cost effectively and would rather not spend a small fortune every few months simply on labour that you could carry out yourself for nothing, then invest your time in the manual.


 
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