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Ducati Diavel Service Manual: Airbox - throttle body

Airbox - throttle body


  1. Airbox
  2. O-ring
  3. Injector
  4. Throttle body assembly
  5. Screw
  6. Clamp
  7. Intake manifold
  8. Screw
  9. Pressure sensor
  10. Screw
  11. Clamp
  12. Hose
  13. Sealing washer
  14. Intake manifold
  15. Sealing washer
  16. Screw
  17. Screw
  18. Spacer
  19. Bracket
  20. Rubber pad
  21. Clamp
  22. Hose
  23. Clamp
  24. Union
  25. Washer
  26. Hose
  27. Cable grommet
  28. Spare parts catalogue
  29. Diavel abs throttle body
  30. Diavel abs Air intake - oil breather
  31. Diavel abs fuel system
  32. Diavel carbon abs throttle body
  33. Diavel carbon abs air intake - oil breather
  34. Diavel carbon abs fuel system

Important

Bold reference numbers in this section identify parts not shown in the figures alongside the text, but which can be found in the exploded view diagram.

Refitting the fuel tank
If the fuel tank has been disassembled into its component parts, reposition all the parts as shown in the exploded view. In particular: tighten the screws (13) to a torque of 5 nm +/-10% (sect. ...

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 ...

Other materials:

On/off switch on handlebar
Introduction The on/off switch on the handlebar is used to switch the dashboard on and off, if a key has been detected, and start the engine. With the switch turned to "run off" (centre position), pushing downwards switches the dashboard on or off (activating the button inside the switch). ...

Injectors
Introduction The injectors used on the diavel are top feed units, meaning that fuel is fed into the top of the injector itself. The injectors contain a winding which raises a needle when electrically energised. This opens the atomiser nozzle, through which pressurised fuel is dispensed, gener ...

Checking brake pad wear and changing brake pads
Warning Brake fluid is corrosive and will damage paintwork. Avoid contact with eyes and skin. In the case of accidental contact, wash the affected area thoroughly with plenty of running water. Important On handing over the motorcycle after changing the brake pads, inform the customer that th ...

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