Question about 2009 Honda XL700V Transalp
I have a Transalp 700va 2008 I have a problem with the side stand switch so I am trying to bypass it or disconnect it can anyone advise how to do it? Thank you @
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Take the 2 wires and connect them together. Either by a **** connector or twisting them together and electrical taping them in place.
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Posted on Jun 30, 2009
I have just fitted a main stand to my Transalp 650 , if by jammed you mean rusted i think the only way would to remove it ! if thats the case you would have to remove the springs take out the split pin and tap the main bar out , grease well and fit back using two screewdrivers , use a larg phillips and a small flat screwdriver, lever the large spring down to the spring holder with the phillips and then then flip it onto the spring holder using the small flat screwdriver, then i used some strong cord to pull the small spring down onto the same spring hook ( holder)
Posted on Dec 17, 2009
SOURCE: Honda Transalp 650
Yes, the instructions you were given previously are spot on. You could also use large multi grips to pull the spring over to its mount. I strongly recommend that you find a person to assist you with the task, e.g. one person to steady the bike, while the other pulls on the spring.
Posted on Jan 24, 2012
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