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Old 09-14-2011, 07:21 AM   #136
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Any updates on service manual sources? I'm looking for a legitimate manual and am willing to pay full price. The only reference to a service manual in this thread is to the bootleg copy at XT660.com. I don't like paying people for something they've copied illegally regardless of price...and it's pretty clear they're making a profit.

Thanks.

I'm in the USA, but my dealer kept trying to get the part number for the USA factory service manual since last spring. The part number finally appeared on Yamaha's USA online dealer part's catalog about 3 weeks after the bike was delivered, which was on July 28th. My dealer ordered the manual as soon as he was able to, and it arrived last Friday. I picked it up yesterday, September 13th.

Just for reference the USA factory Yamaha printed service manual has *TWO* different part numbers, depending on where you are trying to order it from...

My dealer told me that if you are trying to order it from Yamaha's literature page the number is: LIT-11616-25-09

If you are trying to order it from your Yamaha dealer's counter or from a dealer online the part number is: 23P-28197-10

Again, these numbers are for the USA Yamaha factory, printed service manual. I don't know about other countries.

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Old 09-14-2011, 07:38 AM   #137
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Dallara,

Could you recheck that 23P number? I just plugged it into YDS and it comes back as "Item Number Not Found".

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Old 09-14-2011, 08:34 AM   #138
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23P-28197-10 is correct...

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Dallara,

Could you recheck that 23P number? I just plugged it into YDS and it comes back as "Item Number Not Found".

Thanks

I'm sitting here looking at the manual right now, and printed clearly on the back is the part # 23P-28197-10 and the literature part # LIT-11616-25-09. The "LIT" number is also printed clearly on the front, too.

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Old 09-14-2011, 09:19 AM   #139
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Thanks,

I guess YDS isn't listing it under the 23P number.
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Old 09-14-2011, 11:50 AM   #140
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Ok, we got it ordered using the LIT number. Our parts lady says we have to order Yamaha manuals thru a company called Crestec and that number worked with them.

Thanks for your help, Dallara.
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Old 09-14-2011, 12:26 PM   #141
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Ok, we got it ordered using the LIT number. Our parts lady says we have to order Yamaha manuals thru a company called Crestec and that number worked with them.

Thanks for your help, Dallara
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The manuals are printed here in the USA by Crestec, much like Helm, Inc. prints service manuals for General Motors, etc.

BTW, for those of you who want to order the service manual yourself, direct from Yamaha & Crestec, just go here:

http://www.yamahapubs.com/

Click on "Motorcycle" and select the proper year, model, etc., and you can order both owners and service manuals direct. The Super Tenere factory USA service manual is $93.00 and the owners manual is $20.00.

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Old 09-15-2011, 12:58 AM   #142
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Excellent information about the manuals. Is there a way to sticky this information?
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Old 09-15-2011, 01:16 AM   #143
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I'll be getting back to that shortly in the next day or so I hope.

Things are settling down for a spell.

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Old 09-15-2011, 04:21 AM   #144
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As stated way earlier, its a free download for every owner at Yamaha itself...
As REPEATED right now, I want the SERVICE MANUAL/SHOP MANUAL not the OWNER'S MANUAL..I already have an OWNERS MANUAL. I'm sure you know the difference, but you'd much rather not try to understand my post, and instead find a way to make a condescending comment. I realize there may be a terminology issue here, but when you always begin by assuming anyone other than yourself is an idiot, you don't allow for other possibilities. Give people the benefit of the doubt every now and then, OK?

To Dallara and all who actually read the post and provided some good info, thanks much!
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Old 09-15-2011, 04:32 AM   #145
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Can I trouble you to take a look at the electical schematics section to see whether U.S. diagram is the only one provided? I know the manual for my KLX shows the Euro and Aus schematics as well.

I priced the Euro manual from a local YSP and it costs over 350.00 USD after converting from yen

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I'm sitting here looking at the manual right now, and printed clearly on the back is the part # 23P-28197-10 and the literature part # LIT-11616-25-09. The "LIT" number is also printed clearly on the front, too.

Maybe these will help...













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Old 09-15-2011, 05:30 AM   #146
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Can I trouble you to take a look at the electical schematics section to see whether U.S. diagram is the only one provided? I know the manual for my KLX shows the Euro and Aus schematics as well.

I priced the Euro manual from a local YSP and it costs over 350.00 USD after converting from yen
I looked at my US manual and could find only diagrams for our bikes.
Ours does not show the Immobilizer circuit, and does not mention any other countries.

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Old 09-15-2011, 06:21 AM   #147
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I looked at my US manual and could find only diagrams for our bikes.
Ours does not show the Immobilizer circuit, and does not mention any other countries.

Hope that helps

Thanks! I guess this means I work some connections to get the European manual from a European source. No way I pay the Japanese price.
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Old 09-15-2011, 11:31 AM   #148
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I looked at my US manual and could find only diagrams for our bikes.
Ours does not show the Immobilizer circuit, and does not mention any other countries.

Same here, Japako.

Wish I had better news, Tremor38. Glad it looks like the Euro manual will fit your needs.

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Old 09-15-2011, 02:43 PM   #149
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I'm sure you know the difference, but you'd much rather not try to understand my post!
i understand you perfectly.

Any dealer has it, otherwise they would not be able to maintenance it themself...

i've stated it earlier, the Workshop Manual is a *free* download for every owner, just ask your dealer, they won't bite

P.S. lets not ruin this thread with general discussion, please?

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Old 09-15-2011, 06:07 PM   #150
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Puke Geez, you're an a**hole, Rema/R3B...

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i understand you perfectly.

i've stated it earlier, the Workshop Manual is a *free* download for every owner, just ask your dealer, they won't bite

Apparently you don't understand anything, R3B...

It's not any sort of free download for owners in the USA, nor it appears is it in Japan. Quit being a prat and go back to playing with paper cut-outs, please!!!

And as usual, you're the one who decided to start a debate and ruin this thread. Just ask Tremor38.

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