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Ducati Diavel Service Manual: Removal of the gear selector lever

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Removal of the gear selector lever


Unscrew and remove the fixing screws (18) and (20) of the complete gear selector lever (21) and collect the spacer (19).

Remove the gearchange mechanism complete with the shaft, spring, and stop plate.

Removal of the gear selector lever


Important

Visually inspect the gear selector claw (14) for wear, particularly around the area where it contacts the selector drum.

If it proves necessary to change components, disassemble the gear selector lever as shown in the exploded view.

Reassemble the gear selector lever orienting the eccentric pin (15), suitably lubricated, in such a way that the lever arm (16) is positioned centrally with respect to the shoulders of the stop plate (23).

Removal of the gear selector lever


Check that the spring (10) is installed correctly as shown in the figure.

Removal of the gear selector lever


Tighten the nut (13) to a torque of 10 nm (min. 9 Nm - max. 11 Nm) (sect. 3 - 3, Engine torque settings).

Removal of the gear selector lever


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