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Old 08-30-2011, 03:48 PM   #1
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Changing the oil on a Honda CBR600 F4i 2004, according to Clymer
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Engine oil and filter change
1) Start the engine and run it until it is at normal operating temperature, then turn it off
2) Remove both side fairing panels and the front inner fairing panel as described in Chapter Sixteen.

...Turn to chapter 16...

Side Fairing (all models)
Removal/Installation
1) Remove the seat as described in this chapter
2) Remove the fuel tank as described in chapter Nine.

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Old 08-30-2011, 03:55 PM   #2
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Seems a bit excessive...but then again it is a Honda.
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Old 08-30-2011, 03:55 PM   #3
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Changing the oil on a Honda CBR600 F4i 2004, according to Clymer
manual:

Engine oil and filter change
1) Start the engine and run it until it is at normal operating temperature, then turn it off
2) Remove both side fairing panels and the front inner fairing panel as described in Chapter Sixteen.

...Turn to chapter 16...

Side Fairing (all models)
Removal/Installation
1) Remove the seat as described in this chapter
2) Remove the fuel tank as described in chapter Nine.

I cant remember but I dont think any of that is needed.
Yes warm the oil, then drain. Change filter, new oil. All good.
Run it to cycle the oil then top it off.
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I hate reading from the manuals.
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Changed the oil on my 2003 Honda CBR 600 F4I, all I removed was the lower left fairing.
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Old 08-30-2011, 04:05 PM   #6
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Changing the oil on a Honda CBR600 F4i 2004, according to Clymer
manual:

Engine oil and filter change
1) Start the engine and run it until it is at normal operating temperature, then turn it off
2) Remove both side fairing panels and the front inner fairing panel as described in Chapter Sixteen.

...Turn to chapter 16...

Side Fairing (all models)
Removal/Installation
1) Remove the seat as described in this chapter
2) Remove the fuel tank as described in chapter Nine.

Are you sure you don't have 2 pages stuck together? It has happened before:
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Turn to chapter 9...
Fuel tank removal/installation (all models)
1) disconnect and remove battery as described in this chapter
2) remove the back wheel as described in chapter 21




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Changing the oil on a Honda CBR600 F4i 2004, according to Clymer
manual:

Engine oil and filter change
1) Start the engine and run it until it is at normal operating temperature, then turn it off
2) Remove both side fairing panels and the front inner fairing panel as described in Chapter Sixteen.

...Turn to chapter 16...

Side Fairing (all models)
Removal/Installation
1) Remove the seat as described in this chapter
2) Remove the fuel tank as described in chapter Nine.

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...Turn to chapter 21...
Rear wheel removal (all models)
1) Remove both side fairing panels and the front inner fairing panel as described in Chapter Sixteen.
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Turn to chapter 9...
Fuel tank removal/installation (all models)
1) disconnect and remove battery as described in this chapter
2) remove the back wheel as described in chapter 21
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...Turn to chapter 21...
Rear wheel removal (all models)
1) Remove both side fairing panels and the front inner fairing panel as described in Chapter Sixteen.
lol, you leave it to Clymer to check your tire pressure and you will get your bike back after two weeks, in 437 bolts, crankshaft, cylinder head...
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Changed the oil on my 2003 Honda CBR 600 F4I, all I removed was the lower left fairing.
you're doing it wrong!

I removed the front lower and right side fairings
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