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Ducati Diavel Service Manual: Refitting the airbox and throttle body

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Position the filter box (1).

Operate on the vehicle lh side, connect connector (f) of the tps/div motor.

Refitting the airbox and throttle body


Operating on the right side of the vehicle, connect connector (e) from the aps sensor.

Refitting the airbox and throttle body


Check for the vibration dampers (20) on the map sensor supporting bracket (19).

Insert the spacers with collar (18) fully home onto the vibration dampers (20).

Note

Two spacers with collar (18) must be fitted on the upper side of the bracket (19) and the other two spacers with collar (18) must be fitted on the lower side of bracket (19).

Set the map sensors (9) as shown on bracket (19) and fix them starting the screws (10).

Note

When fitting the map sensors, make sure to insert sensors (a) correctly into their seats in bracket (19) as shown.

Tighten the screws (10) to a torque of 10 nm +/- 10% (sect. 3 - 3, Frame torque settings).

Refitting the airbox and throttle body


Refitting the airbox and throttle body


Refitting the airbox and throttle body


Insert a clip (11) on the longer hose (c1) and a clip (11) on the shorter hose (c2).

Fit the longer hose (c1) and the shorter hose (c2) on the map sensors (9) and position them so as to match the marks on longer hose (c1) and shorter hose (c2) with the arrows on the map sensor supporting bracket (19).

Fix the hoses (c1) and (c2) with the clips (11).

Refitting the airbox and throttle body


Refit the air pressure sensors (9) with the support (19) by starting and tightening the screws (17) to a torque of 5 nm +/- 10% (sect. 3 - 3, Frame torque settings).

Block the hoses (c) of the air pressure sensors (9) with the tab (d) on the airbox.

Refitting the airbox and throttle body


Refitting the airbox and throttle body


Position and tighten the clamps (6), as indicated, to the torque of 2.5 Nm +/- 10% (sect.3 - 3, Frame torque settings).

Refitting the airbox and throttle body


Refitting the airbox and throttle body


If the drainage pipe has been removed, fit clamp (21) onto drainage pipe (26).

Fit the drainage pipe (26) by inserting it fully home on fitting (u) on the filter box (1).

Orient the clamp (21) as indicated.

Fix the drainage pipe (26) by tightening the clamp (21).

Refitting the airbox and throttle body


Refitting the airbox and throttle body


Refit the blow-by pipe to the airbox by tightening the clamp (z) to a torque of 5 +/- 10% (sect. 3 - 3, Frame torque settings).

Refitting the airbox and throttle body


Refit the plate (b) retaining the main wiring to the airbox by tightening the screws (a) to a torque of 5 nm +/- 10% (sect.

3 - 3, Frame torque settings).

Refitting the airbox and throttle body


Refitting the airbox and throttle body


Positioning of the airbox drain hose

Positioning of the airbox drain hose


Positioning of the airbox drain hose


Positioning of the horizontal and vertical head air sensor hoses

Positioning of the horizontal and vertical head air sensor hoses


Positioning of the horizontal and vertical head air sensor hoses


Positioning of the horizontal and vertical head air sensor hoses


Positioning of the horizontal and vertical head air sensor hoses


Removal the airbox and throttle body
Loosen the screws (a) and remove the plate (b) that fixes the main wiring to the airbox. Undo the screws (17) and remove the air pressure sensors (9) with the support (19). Release t ...

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