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Ducati Diavel Service Manual: Separation of the crankcase halves

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Separation of the crankcase halves


Use two screwdrivers to remove the circlip (29) from the timing belt driveshaft shaft (30) on the clutch-side crankcase half.

Note

Take care to avoid scoring the surface of the shaft while removing the circlip.

Unscrew the crankcase half screws on the chain side.

Separation of the crankcase halves


Separation of the crankcase halves


Separation of the crankcase halves


Separation of the crankcase halves


Unscrew the two screws (12) on the clutch side near the vertical cylinder.

Separation of the crankcase halves


Reuse the alternator cover or a service cover with puller 88713.1749 Fitted. Secure cover to crankcase half with some of the original screws and begin separation by turning the central pin of the tool.

Tap the end of the gearbox secondary shaft with a plastic mallet to separate the crankcase halves.

Note

Take care not to lose the shims on the shafts and on the selector drum.

Separation of the crankcase halves


Remove gearbox shafts and gearbox selector drum from the crankcase halves (sect. 9 - 7.2, Removal of the gearbox assembly.

Drive out the crankshaft (l) using a plastic mallet, taking care not to lose the shims.

Separation of the crankcase halves


Remove the timing belt driveshaft (30).

Separation of the crankcase halves


Remove the screws (34), remove the pipes (33) and collect the o-rings (32).

Separation of the crankcase halves


Crankcase halves
Bearing Bearing holder bushing Alternator-side crankcase half Bearing Circlip Washer Bearing Sealing ring Bearing Retaining plate Screw Screw Clutch-side crankcase half ...

Overhaul of the crankcase halves
Carefully examine the engine crankcase halves. Check that the surfaces of the crankcase halves are perfectly flat using a reference surface. Check that the bearings (1) and (18), and the bushing ...

Other materials:

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 ...

Riding modes
The rider may select between four different riding modes (sport, touring, urban and enduro) from the dashboard and via the "turn indicator reset" button (3). Each riding mode contains settings for the following: The dtc set-up (sect. 6 - 7 "Dtc (ducati traction control) setting function" ...

Lcd unit functions
Speedometer. Gives road speed Rev counter. Indicates engine revs per minute. Clock. Water temperature indicator. Indicates engine coolant temperature. Important Stop riding if the temperature reaches the maximum value, otherwise the engine might be damaged. ...

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