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Yamaha Technical Bulletin #M2006-003 - March 2, 2006, 01:09 PM

Yamaha Technical Bulletin #M2006-003 This is another Technical Bulletin pertaining to the YZF-R6 and FZ6.

Technical Bulletin #M2006-003 issued 02/24/06

1999-2005 YZF-R6 and 2004-2005 FZ6
Drive Sprocket Retaining Nut and Lock Washer Replacement

INTRODUCTION:
Symptom:
In some cases, the drive sprocket retaining nut lock washer can allow the nut to rotate just enough to reduce the clamping force resulting in fretting the drive sprocket retaing nut and lock washer.

Remedy:
Replace the drive sprocket retaining nut and lock washer on all units in the affected range regardless of their warranty status.

AFFECTED RANGE:

1999-2005 YZF-R6:
RJ04E-0000015-0028429
RJ04Y-0000006-0002931
RJ06E-0000012-0030477
RJ06Y-0000004-0006432

2004-2005 FZ6:
RJ08E-0000005-0005165
RJ08Y-0000003-0000810


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This problem happened on my 04, the nut which provides tension on the chain came loose and sent my bike into a violent wobble causing my rear tire to end up against the swingarm and pointed towards the right. It happened so fast and so violently that I honestly thought I was accelerating on gravel...needless to say I pulled the bike over and noticed the issue when the chain was resting on the swingarm. I try to check bolts before each ride, make it a habit to go over your bike before you ride...2 minutes could save you a lot of trouble!


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This problem happened on my 04, the nut which provides tension on the chain came loose and sent my bike into a violent wobble causing my rear tire to end up against the swingarm and pointed towards the right. It happened so fast and so violently that I honestly thought I was accelerating on gravel...needless to say I pulled the bike over and noticed the issue when the chain was resting on the swingarm. I try to check bolts before each ride, make it a habit to go over your bike before you ride...2 minutes could save you a lot of trouble!
Excellent idea Chris!!!! Thanks!

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This problem happened on my 04, the nut which provides tension on the chain came loose and sent my bike into a violent wobble causing my rear tire to end up against the swingarm and pointed towards the right. It happened so fast and so violently that I honestly thought I was accelerating on gravel...needless to say I pulled the bike over and noticed the issue when the chain was resting on the swingarm. I try to check bolts before each ride, make it a habit to go over your bike before you ride...2 minutes could save you a lot of trouble!
That has nothing to do with what this recall is. This recall is about that big ass nut that holds on the front sprocket.


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That has nothing to do with what this recall is. This recall is about that big ass nut that holds on the front sprocket.
I learned to safety-wire everything! Well, they should fix the rear ones too! bastard nuts

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i'm sorry, can't someone explain to me what this number mean?

1999-2005 YZF-R6:
RJ04E-0000015-0028429
RJ04Y-0000006-0002931
RJ06E-0000012-0030477
RJ06Y-0000004-0006432

2004-2005 FZ6:
RJ08E-0000005-0005165
RJ08Y-0000003-0000810
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i'd like to know what the numbers mean also as my track bike is a 99 YZF-R6 ... is this something I can just pickup the nut at the dealer or do i have to trailer the bike in?


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Possible Vin numbers?


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never mind, i found that it the VIN#

mine JO4E**A011807 fall within these range? thanks!
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Possible Vin numbers?
Phife is correct.
They are the range of affected VIN #s


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I just talk to Coleman yesterday and if your VIN fall within the range, bring your bike to Coleman and let them match the VIN on your frame with the registration and then they will order the parts. everything should be free.
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