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Ducati Diavel Service Manual: Scheduled maintenance chart

Ducati Diavel Service Manual / Maintenance operations / Scheduled maintenance chart

Operations to be carried out by the dealer

List of operations to be performed at 1000 km

Reading of the error memory with dds on the engine control units, vehicle and abs

Change the engine oil

Change the engine oil filter

Check the indicators and lighting

Check the safety devices (side stand switch, clutch lever switch, right switch engine stop switch and gear position sensor)

Check the battery charge level

Clean the engine oil intake filter

Checking the coolant level

Check the brake and clutch fluid levels

Check brake discs and pad wear

Check tyre pressure and wear

Check the drive chain tension and lubrication

Check freedom of movements of the side and central stand

Check the tightening of the safety components (ex. Wheel disc nuts, brake callipers, sprocket tightening)

Check rubbing points, clearance and freedom of movement of the flexible cables and electric wiring in view

Road test of the motorcycle, testing the safety devices (ex. Abs)

Fill out that the service was performed in the warranty certificate

Operations to be carried out by the dealer

List of operations to be performed every 12000 km / year (first limit reached)

Reading of the error memory with dds on the engine control units, vehicle and abs

Change the engine oil

Change the engine oil filter

Check and/or adjust valve clearance (only every 24000 km)

Replace the timing belts (only every 24000 km/60 months)

Replace the spark plugs (only every 24000 km)

Replace the air filter (only every 24000 km)

Replace the front fork oil (only every 24000 km)

Replace the coolant (only every 24000 km)

Check the indicators and lighting

Check the safety devices (side stand switch, clutch lever switch, right switch engine stop switch and gear position sensor)

Check the battery charge level

Checking the coolant level

Checking the coolant level

Check brake discs and pad wear

Check tyre pressure and wear

Check the drive chain tension and lubrication

Check final drive wear

Check and lubricate the rear wheel shaft (only every 24000 km)

Check freedom of movements of the side and central stand

Check the tightening of the safety components (ex. Wheel disc nuts, brake callipers, sprocket tightening)

Check rubbing points, clearance and freedom of movement of the flexible cables and electric wiring in view

Road test of the motorcycle, testing the safety devices (ex. Abs)

Fill out that the service was performed in the warranty certificate

Operations to be carried out by the customer

List of operations to be performed every 1000 km

Check the level of the engine oil

Adjust chain tension

Vehicle pre-delivery
Transport packaging integrity check (if required); Removal from the transport packaging (if required); Motorcycle integrity check; Check of the supplied kit completeness (refer to the parts l ...

Maintenance operations
Reading of the error memory with dds on the engine control units, vehicle and abs Check if there are errors by following the procedure described in the paragraph "guided diagnosis" (sect. 6 - 11) ...

Other materials:

Specific tools for the frame
88713.1072 Drift to install half bearing in bottom yoke 88713.2562 Chain assembly tool 88713.1058 Wrench for steering shaft nut 88713.1062 Tool for installing steering head bearings 88713.2951 Rear wheel balancing tool 88713.3211 Wrench for adjustment of the eccentric hu ...

Steering lock  on indication
This function informs that the steering lock was turned on. The steering lock can be turned on during the first 60 seconds after turning off the vehicle by pressing down on the "run" button. If the steering lock was enabled correctly, the instrument panel will show the indication ...

Changing and cleaning the air filters
The air filter must be replaced at the intervals described in the "scheduled maintenance chart" (sect. 4 - 2). Work on the vehicle right side, loosen screws (1) that secure the intake duct (2) to the filter box, and the radiator retaining screw (3); recover the washer (4). Remove the in ...

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