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Ducati Diavel Service Manual: Removal of the lubrication system

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Removal of the lubrication system


Disconnect the sensor (12) of the main wiring.

Open the pipe grommet (11).

Removal of the lubrication system


Undo the screw (8) and slide out the plate (9).

Slide the tubes (7) out of the half-casing having care not to damage the tubes o-rings (a) that guarantee the coupling sealing.

Removal of the lubrication system


Removal of the lubrication system


Undo and remove the screw (4) with the spacer (3). Remove the radiator by sliding it out of pins (c) and (d).

Removal of the lubrication system


Removal of the lubrication system


Loosen the nuts (g) of the pipes (7) from the nipples (5) and disconnect it from the radiator.

Loosen the nipples (5) on the radiator and collect the gaskets (6).

Removal of the lubrication system


Oil cooler inspection

Visually inspect the oil cooler. Renew the cooler at any sign of damage or leaks.

Oil cooler
Oil cooler Vibration damper mount Spacer Screw Nipple Aluminium gasket Oil delivery hose Screw Plate Bracket Screw Engine oil pressure sensor Sealing washer Heat guard ...

Refitting the lubrication system
Note Before fitting the pipes (7), it is recommended to check the presence of the o-rings (e). Lubricate them by using engine oil. If the nipples (5) have been removed from the radiator inser ...

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Refitting the flywheel-alternator assembly
Fit the roller cage unit (20) with washer (18) and internal ring (19), applying prescribed grease on the washer (18). Install the roller cage assembly (20) with the washer (18) and inner race (19). Install the flywheel assembly (v) with the gear (21), aligning the notches as shown in ...

Engine on/off
Warning Before starting the engine, become familiar with the controls you will need to use when riding (page 99). Warning Never start or run the engine indoors. Exhaust gases are toxic and may lead to loss of consciousness or even death within a short time. In the presence of the active or ...

Adjusting the steering head bearings
Excessive handlebar play or shaking forks in the steering head indicate that the play in the steering head bearings requires adjustment. Proceed as follows: loosen the clamp screw (1) that holds the steering tube to the steering head. Slacken the clamp screws (2) securing the steering head ...

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