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Eton Vector 250
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Engine Type Displacement Bore / Stroke Compression Ratio / Pressure Torque / BHP EPA Approved Starting Transmission Type Chassis Overall Length-With-Height Wheel Base Seat Height Ground Clearance Dry Weight Suspension Front Rear Brakes Front Rear Tires Front Rear Min Front Max Tire Pressure Min Rear Max Wheels Front Bolt Pattern Rear Carburetor Make/Size Main Jet Pilot Jet Air Mixture Adjustment Idle Speed Sprockets Front Rear Chain Battery Jell Acid (Maintenance Free) Main Fuses Fluids Type Fuel Volume Type Engine Oil Volume Type Transmission Volume Safety Features Safety Tether Switch Remote Stop Switch Enclosed Foot Rest Area Enclosed Engine compartment Carrying Capacity Front Rack Capacity Rear Towing Capacity Trailer Wgh Four cycle , Single Cylinder, SOHC Liquid cooled (EPA Compliant) 249cc f71mm * 63mm 10.6 : 1 22.3Nm @ 5500rpm / 16.4bhp Meet or exceeds EPA clean air requirements and CA Green Sticker Electrical starter Automatic (C.V.T. V-Belt) Manual Shift F/R 1780mm / 70.1" - 1030mm / 40.6" - 1140mm / 44.9" 1190mm / 46.9" 890mm / 35.0" 150mm / 5.9" 200kg / 441lbs Dual A-arm Adjustable Shocks @ 2.95" travel Swing Arm Adjustable Shock @ 4.72" travel Hydraulic Disc (2) Hydraulic Disc 21/7-10 22/11-9 3.2psi / 0.23kg/cm2 4.0psi / 0.28kg/cm2 3.2psi / 0.23kg/cm2 4.0psi / 0.28kg/cmx 110mm (P.C.D.) 4 x 110mm (P.C.D.) Kei-Hin with Manual Choke 1.1mm 0.35mm Back out 1 - 2turns Idle 1600 - 1800rpm 520x15t 520x38t #520*90 O-Ring 12V-5AH - GTX12-BS 10Amp / 15Amp / 30Amp Unleaded Gasoline 89 octane 12liters / 3.17gal SAE 10-30W 1.4liters / 1.4gt (1.2liters / 1.2qt for change) SAE 85/140 weight gear Oil 750cc / 25.4oz (650cc / 22oz for change) N/A N/A Standard equipment N/A N/A 16kg / 301lb (Optional) 330kg / 727lb (Optional) 50kg / 110lbs 150kg / 330lbs 16 years
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Introducing the 2006 E-TON Vector 250R ATV. Powerful, versatile, and the largest ATV in the E-TON product line, the Vector includes a 249cc four-stroke engine, Automatic C.V.T. belt transmission with forward/reverse shifting, digital speedometer display, and a U.S. Forest Service-approved spark arrestor. The Vector meets or exceeds EPA clean air requirements and is eligible for the California Green Sticker. Includes full six month limited factory warranty. Designed for riders ages 16 and up.
Rear carrying rack Trailer hitch E-TON safety flag Helmets and apparel available on the web site
ETON AMERICA, LLC.
Tongue Wgh Maximum Rider Weight Minimum Rider Age
Vector 250R OWNERS MANUAL
Important Notices READ and UNDERSTAND this owners manual
Both the operator and the adult supervisor should completely read and understand this owners manual before operating this vehicle. This owners manual will instruct you in the safe operation of the vehicle.
This vehicle was designed for operation ONLY by the operator, (Driver). The load limit and seat configuration is designed for the operator ONLY. It is not safe to carry passengers on the vehicle.
ADULT Supervision and Instruction are REQUIRED.
This vehicle MUST NOT be operated by a youth without Adult supervision and instructions. Unattended operation without adult supervision could result in injuries. E-TON recommends that both the operator and the adult supervisor attend an ATV safety instruction course.
ALWAYS Wear Protective Clothing
While operating this vehicle, the driver must always wear protective clothing. Protective helmet with face shield, elbow and knee pads, long leg pants, gloves and hard soled boots should always be worn when operating this vehicle.
OFF ROAD Use ONLY
This vehicle is designed and manufactured for off-road use only. Operation on public streets, roads or highways is illegal and very dangerous.
OBEY all State and local laws and regulations
Each state and local governing agency has laws and regulations for ATV operations. It is the owners responsibility to know, understand and obey these laws and regulations.
SPEED RESTRICTION Devices
This vehicle is equipped with electronic speed limiting devices. Any attempt to change, over-ride or bypass these devices may cause dangerous operating conditions. Age Recommendations by model size ATV Model Size
Under 70cc 70 - 90cc over 90cc Over 150cc
RXL-40Ee RXL-50M RXL-70 RXL-90 RXL-90R CXL-150 RXL-150R VXL-250R
6 years and older 12 years and older 16 years and older 16 years and older
70 Lbs 250 Lbs 250 Lbs 350Lbs
Table of Contents
Important Notices.... 1 Safety Notes..... 4 Additional safety tips:..... 7 Vehicle Identification Numbers.... 8 Controls, Switches & Feature Locations... 8 Engine Stop Switch.... 9 Manual choke lever.... 9 Throttle lever.... 9 Front and Rear Brakes.... 10 Parking Brake..... 10 Fuel Tank..... 10 Fuel Valve..... 11 Inline Fuel Filter..... 11 Engine Oil..... 12 Oil Level Warning indicator..... 12 Changing the engine oil.... 13 Engine Cooling System.... 13 Checking the level.... 13 Engine Coolant Mixture.... 14 Coolant system leaks..... 14 Transmission..... 14 Shifting gears..... 14 Transmission Oil..... 15 Tires and Wheel inspection.... 15 Tire Pressure..... 16 Spark Plug..... 16 Spark Arrestor Screen..... 16 Air Filter.... 16 To clean the filter..... 17 Braking Systems..... 17 Front Brake System Inspection.... 17 Rear Brake System Inspection.... 18 To Fill the Reservoir..... 19 Purging Brake Lines..... 19 Drive Chain.... 19 Drive Chain.... 20 Chain Slack Adjustment.... 20 Throttle Lever..... 20 Adjusting the throttle cable.... 20 Electrical Battery..... 21 Digital Console..... 22 ATV Break In procedures.... 22 Pre-Operation Inspection procedure.... 22 Starting Procedure.... 22 Driving your ATV.... 23 Turning your ATV..... 23 Parking Your ATV..... 23 Vector 250R Specifications.... 24 Page 2
Maintenance Schedule.... 26 Owners Maintenance Records.... 26 Warranty..... 27 Warranty..... 28 Owners Notes:..... 30
1. Both the adult supervisor and youth operator must fully understand everything in this manual before operating this vehicle. 2. This vehicle was designed for the operator only. NO PASSENGERS should be allowed on this vehicle. 3. This vehicle is designed for operation on level, obstacle free off-road areas. 4. Riding this vehicle on public roads or highways is illegal. If it becomes necessary to cross a public road or highway, the vehicle should be pushed across using extreme caution. 5. This vehicle MUST NOT be operated without adult supervision and instruction. 6. DO NOT operate this vehicle while under the influence of drugs, alcohol or other medication that impairs judgment or coordination. Doing so can result in serious injury or even death. 7. Maintain a safe distance between your vehicle and other vehicles with whom you are riding. 8. READ the owners manual carefully before riding.
Tighten the cap snugly, being careful not to over tighten. Over tightening the cap can cause damage to the cap or seal. The fuel tank capacity is 12 liters, 3.17 gal, including a reserve of 2.5 liters, 0.66 gal. Use unleaded automobile gasoline with an octane level of 89 or higher.
ALWAYS CHECK YOUR Fuel level before you start riding your ATV. Remember: You can drive further in one hour on your ATV than you can walk in one day. The PRI position of the valve allows fuel to flow freely from the tank bypassing the vacuum valve. The PRI setting is primarily use when draining the fuel from the tank for long storage periods or during vehicle maintenance. It can also be used in an emergency if the vacuum valve fails to operate correctly allowing the unit to be taken to a place where the fuel valve can be serviced. DO NOT operate the vehicle with the valve in the PRI position for long periods of time.
NEVER REFUEL YOUR ATV when the engine is HOT. Wait 30 minutes after
turning off the unit before refueling. Spilling fuel on a HOT engine could cause a fire. Wipe up any fuel spills before re-starting.
The unit is equipped with a three way fuel valve located on the left side of the unit just below the seat.
Inline Fuel Filter
Your ATV is equipped with an inline fuel filter to
prevent dirt and debris from entering the carburetor and engine. The valve has three settings; PRI, ON and RES. With the valve in the ON or RES position fuel flow is controlled by a vacuum vale in the petcock. Fuel will begin flowing to the carburetor as soon as the engine is turned over. ON is the normal operation position of the fuel valve. When you have to switch to the RES position you must refuel the unit as soon as possible to prevent running out of fuel. Check the filter for dirt or damage before each ride and at each refueling. Replace the filter if dirty or damaged. The filter should be replaced every 600 hours of operation and at the start of each season. To replace the filter, first turn the fuel valve to the ON or RES position. Then carefully unscrew the filter bowl from the bottom of the fuel vale by
turning the bowl counter clockwise. Remove the old filter by pulling down on the filter to disengage the pressure fitting from the mount. Install the new filter by pressing up until the filter snaps in place over the mount and re install the filter bowl by turning clockwise until it is hand tight. Turn the fuel valve to the PRI position to fill the filter bowl with fuel and check for leaks. Return the fuel valve to the normal ON operating position. Inspect the fuel lines running from the tank to the fuel valve and the line running from the valve to the carburetor. Replace any line that shows signs of wear or cracking and any line that is leaking fuel. DO NOT start or operate the engine if the fuel filter or lines are leaking. Leaking fuel can cause a fire.
The engine oil dip stick is located on the right side of the unit and can be accessed through the cutout in the footrest side guard. To check the oil level remove the dipstick by turning counter clockwise until it is completely free of the engine case. The level of oil can be gauged by the level indicated on the dipstick. The level should be maintained between the low and high indicators on the dipstick. If the oil level is low add enough additional oil, SAE 10W-30, to return the level to a safe position. DO NOT over fill the engine oil level as this can cause engine damage or failure. Always check your engine oil level with the engine off and in a cool state. Checking the oil level while the engine is hot can give a false reading. Removing the Oil level dipstick with the engine running may allow hot engine oil to splash from the crankcase causing burns. The engines oil capacity is 1.2 Liters / 1.2 Quarts. E-TON recommends an automotive oil grade of SAE 10W-30 be used.
Oil Level Warning indicator
The unit is also equipped with an oil level indicator located in the lower left hand corner digital console display. The lamp will light when the oil level in the engine is low. When the lamp is lit you MUST STOP the engine and refill the engine oil reserve to a safe level.
DO NOT allow the engine to operate with an empty oil tank. Doing so will result in extensive damage to your engine. This damage is not covered under the warranty.
Checking the engine oil level Your ATV uses an automotive type engine oil to lubricate and cool the engine. It is important to maintain a proper oil level to prevent damage and/or failure of the engine.
Check the engine oil level before each riding session and at each refueling operation.
Changing the engine oil
circulating liquid coolant from the engine coolant jacket through a radiator located at the front of the unit. If is very important to keep the radiator fins clean and free of debris and mud to prevent engine overheating which can cause engine
The engine oil requires changing every 1800Mi / 3000KM and at the start of each riding season to protect the engine. The following steps should be followed when changing the engine oil. 1. Place a oil catch pan directly below the engine crankcase. 2. Remove the crankcase drain plug located on the bottom of the crankcase on the underside of the unit. 3. Remove the engine oil dipstick located on the right hand side of the crankcase directly below the transmission shift lever. 4. Allow the oil to drain completely (1530min). 5. Reinstall the crankcase drain plug and torque to 7-10lb-ft. 6. Fill the crankcase with SAE10W-30 automotive grade engine oil through the dipstick hole. 1.2 liters / 1.2 quarts. 7. Reinstall the engine oil dipstick and finger tighten 8. Dispose of used oil at a proper recycling station as required by law.
damage or failure. You need to routinely clean the radiator by using a pressurized spray of water.
Maintaining the coolant level is also a very important process to ensure proper engine cooling. The coolant level should be checked before each riding session and the coolant replaced at the beginning of each riding season. Proper maintenance of the cooling system will prevent the engine from overheating and freezing. Coolant should be change every 2 years.
Checking the level
With the unit parked on level ground, remove the front grill cover and check that the coolant level in the reserve tank is between the upper and lower limit indicator lines. If the coolant level is near or below the lower limit add coolant to raise the coolant level to the upper limit indicator line. Coolant should be a mixture of distilled water and anti-freeze. CAUTION: Add coolant through the reserve tank. The coolant system runs under pressure. Page 13
Engine Cooling System
The Vector engine is a liquid jacketed cooled engine. Cooling is accomplished by
Removing the radiator cap while the coolant system is hot can cause over boiling and serious burns or other injuries
season for signs of deterioration such as cracking of checking of the hose surface. Replace cooling system hoses at least every 3 years.
Transmission Engine Coolant Mixture
The engine coolant should be a mixture of distilled water and anti-freeze solution with a specification rating of H68. The following chart will help you determine the correct water to anti-freeze ratio. Operating Anti-freeze solution temperature percentage 32 to -8 F 20% -9 to -15F 30% -16 to -24F 40% -36 to -45F 50% Your unit was shipped with a 50% solution.
The Vector 250 is equipped with a fully automatic C.V.T. transmission and has a forward and reverse gearing system. The transmission shift lever is located of your unit just below and ahead to the seat. The shifter has a three position notched locator plate indicating transmission gear selections of F, N and R F = Forward N = Neutral R = Reverse The position of the transmission gears is also indicated on the digital console directly below the digital readout display. It contains the same three indicators of F, N, and R. To start your engine, both the shift selector lever and the shift indicator lamp on the console must be in the N, neutral, position. To shift from one gear to another, bring the unit to a complete stop and while applying either the rear or front brake slowly move the shift selector lever to the desired gear pausing slightly in the neutral position to allow for the transmission gears to synchronize. One the shift is completed Page 14
Coolant system leaks
If your coolant system is consistently low on coolant there in most likely a leak in the system. Start the unit and allow it to run until it has reached it operating temperature. Check the coolant system radiator and hoses for leaks and repair or replace as needed. Inspect cooling system hose at the beginning of each
lightly apply pressure to the throttle until you feel the unit shift and the indicator light confirms the shift has been completed. If the brakes are not fully applied while shifting the transmission the engine will stop running.
every 3000Km/ 1800 Mi or at the beginning of each riding season which ever come first. The following steps should be followed when changing the transmission oil. 1. Place a oil catch pan directly below the transmission case. 2. Remove the transmission drain plug located on the bottom of the transmission case on the underside of the unit. 3. Remove the transmission filer plug located on the upper right hand side of the transmission case above the transmission shifting linkage rod. 4. Allow the oil to drain completely (1530min). 5. Reinstall the transmission drain plug and torque to 7-10lb-ft. 6. Fill the transmission case with SAE85W-140 automotive grade gear oil through the filler hole. 650cc / 22oz. 7. Reinstall the transmission filler hole plug and torque to 2-3Lb-ft. 8. Dispose of used oil at a proper recycling station as required by law
Tires and Wheel inspection
The Vector 250 requires SAE85W-140 gear oil to lubricate and cool the transmission and drive gears. Transmission oil level should be checked before each riding session and change
It is important to inspect your tires and wheels for damage and wear before each riding session. Inspect each tire for cuts, tears and punctures. Inspect the wheel rim for dents and separation of the wheel from the tire bead.
Replace any tire or wheel found to be damaged. Operating your ATV with damaged tires or wheels is dangerous. Damaged tires or wheels can result in a sudden loss of tire pressure and control which could result in injuries. Check your tire pressure before each riding session and at each refueling operation. Always check the pressure when the tires are cool. Use the tire pressure gauge that came with your ATV to check the tire pressure.
Set the spark plug gap on the new plug to 0.023 Install the new plug screwing it in finger tight and then use the plug wrench to screw the plug in another turn. Inspect the spark plug wire for cuts, nicks or other damage. Replace as needed.
Spark Arrestor Screen
Required maintenance and cleanout: 1. After every 1800Mi / 6000Km of operation the muffler should be cleaned by removing the clean out bolt by using a 12mm wrench. 2. After every 1800Mi / 6000Km of operation the Spark Arrester has to be cleaned by loosening the retaining nut using a 10mm socket. Using pliers turn the sleeve of the Spark Arrester counterclockwise and pull out. Clean the screen with an exhaust cleaning solution and replace, securing it by tightening the retaining nut. 3. After every 2 years of operation the Spark Arrester has to be replaced by loosening the retaining nut using a 10mm socket or wrench. Using pliers turn the sleeve of the Spark Arrester counterclockwise and pull out. Replace a new Spark Arrester and secure it by tightening the retaining nut.
Recommended tire pressures are: Min 3.2psi / 0.23kg/cm Front Max 4.0psi / 0.28kg/cm Min 3.2psi / 0.23kg/cm Rear Max 4.0psi / 0.28kg/cm Wheel Nut torque 24-30 N/m (18-22 lb/ft)
Air Filter Maintenance
Replace spark plug at the beginning of each season with a replacement plug NGK CR8E. Disconnect spark plug wire. Clean dirt from around spark plug base with brush or air. Remove spark plug with spark plug wrench.
5. Soak the element in clean engine oil until completely saturated. 6. Squeeze out the excess oil until the element does not drip any oil. 7. Allow the element to dry then reinstall the element and cover.
Your ATV unit is equipped with dual front hydraulic disc brakes and a single rear hydraulic disc brake. The front brakes are applied by applying pressure to the brake lever located on the right-handle bar, while the rear brake is applied by applying pressure to the foot peddle located in the right hand foot rest area. Proper maintenance of the brake system is a necessary part of safe operation of your unit. The brake systems should be inspected and tested before each riding session.
To maintain the highest performance from your engine and to reduce excessive wear that could cause engine failure the engine requires a continuous flow of clean air. Air is taken into the engine through an air filter to clean the air prior to mixing it with fuel and oil in the carburetor. During normal operation the filter accumulates dirt from the air and will need to be cleaned to maintain the proper air flow. The filter should be cleaned every 30 days, more often if you ride in a dusty or dirty environment and the element should be replaced every year. The air filter box is located on the left side of the engine under the front fender. It is a black box about 6 square and is attached to the crankcase with two bolts and the carburetor by a tube.
Front Brake System Inspection
Visually inspect the brake lines for any signs of wear. Inspect the lines for cracks and checking of surface that could lead to line rupture. Replace all questionable lines before operating your unit. Check the fluid level in the master brake cylinder to insure that the fluid is at least covering of the site glass. Add brake fluid as needed.
To clean the filter
1. Remove the air filter box cover. 2. Remove the filter element from the air box. 3. Wash the element in a non-flammable solvent such as Air-Filter cleaner from your local auto parts dealer. 4. Dry the element completely before continuing.
Brake fluid Dot-3 SAE-J1703 grade. Inspect brake line joints and wheel cylinders for leaks and repair as needed. Apply the brakes by squeezing the brake lever. The level should stop with the brakes fully apply and at least / 13mm of clearance between the brake lever and the handle bar grip. It there is less than / 13mm clearance or the lever is not firm the brake pads may require changing. Or the line may need bleeding. Insect the brake pads for wear and be sure they are clean and free of dirt and mud. Brake pad service limit is 0.06 / 1.5mm thick. Replace pads that are at or below the service limit.
Rear Brake System Inspection
Visually inspect the brake hose for any signs of wear or leaks.
Inspect the brake rotor for cracks and warp. Replace defective rotor as required. The brakes are equipped with a wear indicator to alert you when your brake shoes need replacing. Apply light pressure to the brake lever and slowly push the unit forward. If you hear a high pitched metallic scraping sound, you need to replace your brake shoes. The minimum shoe lining thickness is 1.5mm. Check the fluid level in the fluid reservoir by checking the site glass for the level. The fluid Reservoir should be at least full when the unit is setting on a level surface. Test the brakes by applying pressure to the brake pedal and trying to push the unit forward. If the wheel rotates while the brakes are applied, check your fluid level and brake pads. If the brake pedal feels spongy or does not stop when squeezed, you may have air in the lines. All air must be purged from the brake lines for the disc brake to operate properly.
DO NOT RIDE A UNIT WITH WORN BRAKE PADS or DAMAGED ROTOR.
Purging Brake Lines
For the hydraulic brake system to operate safely, the brake system must be purged of air in the lines and reservoir. To
After riding your unit, be sure to clean any build up of mud, sand and dirt from the brake rotor skid plate. This will protect the rotor disc from rust and corrosion.
To Fill the Reservoir
Remove the reservoir cover by removing the two cover bolts. Fill the reservoir to 1/8 from top with Dot-3 SAEJ1703 grade brake fluid. bleed the air will require two people to perform the following procedure. 1. Place a drain pan under the brake caliper to catch the fluid. 2. Open the bleeder valve turn counter clockwise. 3. Press the brake pedal to expel air from the system. 4. While holding the brake pedal, close the bleeder valve. 5. Repeat steps 2 through 4 until the brake fluid coming from the bleeder valve is a solid stream without any air, then close the valve and replace rubber protection cap. 6. Test the brake system by pressing the pedal, the pedal should feel firm and stop without fading.
Caution: DO NOT allow dirt to fall into the reservoir.
Refold the cover gasket as shown in picture and replace cover and bolts
The drive chain will stretch with use and will require periodic adjustments. To check the chain tension, remove the chain guard and measure the slack.
hours of operation, or more frequently if needed, with a high quality chain lubricant.
The amount of slack in the chain should not exceed 10-20mm or -. Inspect the drive and axle sprockets for worn, damaged or broken teeth. Replace as needed. Inspect the chain links for damaged, worn or loose rivets. Repair or replace as needed.
The throttle lever is located beside the righthandlebar grip and is operated by using the righthand thumb. The lever is spring loaded and will return to the idle position when you remove your thumb from the lever. To accelerate the unit, simply press the lever forward to open the throttle slide in the carburetor. To slow the unit, reduce the pressure on the lever or remove your thumb and the throttle will return to the idle position automatically.
Chain Slack Adjustment
Loosen the axle position lock bolt slightly and turn the chain adjuster nut to take up the excess slack in the chain. Once the chain has been adjusted to the proper tension retighten the axle position locking bolt. The chain should be kept well lubricated to prevent excess wear and premature failure. We recommend that you lubricate the chain every 15 Adjusting the throttle cable
The cable should be adjusted to allow for free travel before the throttle engages the carburetor throttle slide. To adjust the cables free travel, loosen the locking nut of the cable adjuster, and turn the adjuster wheel until there is free travel
When reinstalling the battery, be sure to connect the red cable to the positive (+) terminal and the black cable to the negative (-) terminal. The battery should be replaced every three years or when it no longer holds a charge.
in the lever. Tighten the locking nut to secure the adjusting ring. The speed of the unit can be adjusted by adjusting the throttle stop screw to limit throttle travel. Loosen the throttle stop screw locking nut and turn the throttle stop screw clockwise to reduce the throttle travel thus reducing the maximum speed of the unit. Turning the stop screw counter clockwise will increase the throttle travel thus increasing the maximum speed of the unit. Tighten the stop screw locking nut when the desired throttle travel has been established. NOTE: Your unit includes an electronic speed control that is set to limit the maximum speed of the unit to the standards set by the CPSC for the age of the rider the unit was designed for. Do not expose the battery, for extended periods of time, to freezing temperatures. If the battery has been frozen it will need to be replaced. There is an inline fuse on the positive lead of the battery to protect the wiring system from over loads. If your starter motor will not turn over and the battery is fully charged, check the inline fuse on the unit. If your starter motor will not turn over and the battery is fully charged check the inline fuses
The units battery is located under the seat and supplies electrical power to the unit. The battery is a 12 volt jell acid type that contains no liquid electrolyte. The battery should be removed from the vehicle when stored for extended periods and charged before being replaced in the unit. Use a trickle charger set at 12 volts to recharge the battery to full charge before replacing it in the unit.
The Vector 250 is equipped with a digital console which displays information about the operating conditions of your ATV.
1. For the first two weeks of operation do not run your ATV at full throttle for extended periods of time. 2. Your first tank of fuel should be a premixture of fuel and oil at a 50:1 ratio. This will insure that the oil pump system has been primed and bled of air that may have occurred in shipping. 3. Do not operate the unit at more than 85% of maximum speed. 4. Do not over rev the engine. 5. Use light braking pressure to allow the brake pads to seat to the rotor and drums.
Pre-Operation Inspection procedure
The following procedure must be performed before each operating session.
Information displayed are; 1. Speedometer 2. Odometer 3. Fuel level 4. Transmission gear position 5. Hi-Beam Indicator 6. Oil Level WARNING! 7. Engine Temperature WARNING! When you first turn the ignition key on all the indicator should illuminate as a test of the LED If an LED fails to light when the ignition key is first turned on you should replace the console assembly. The console has two buttons. The left hand button will reset the oil level warning lamp and the right hand button will zero the trip odometer.
ATV Break In procedures
Your ATV requires a break in period just as with all other internal combustion engines. This period allows the engine parts to seat and wear properly without undue strain which can cause premature failure.
Checking your ATV takes only a few minutes and may save you from serious injuries and costly repairs. 1. Check engine oil level. 2. Check engine fuel level. 3. Check brake operations and brake fluid Level. 4. Check tire condition and pressure. 5. Check drive chain condition and slack. 6. Check throttle operation and free play adjustment. 7. Check engine stop switch for proper operation. 8. Check steering system. Look for free and smooth operation. Check all fastening hardware. 9. Check all nuts, bolts and other fasteners for loose conditions. 10. Inspect unit for any broken or damaged parts. 11. Check all indicator lights and switches for proper operation. 12. Insure you are wearing proper clothing and protective gear. Helmet, Gloves Pads etc.
The following procedure must be followed each time you start your unit.
Park the unit on a level surface and lock the parking brake. Place the transmission gear selector switch in the N, Neutral, position. Insert the key into the ignition switch and turn to the ON position. Turn the engine stop switch to the ON position. Set the manual choke lever to the full left position (Choke close or on) Apply front or rear brakes. Apply slight pressure to the throttle lever. Press the starter button on the left-handle bar. Your unit should start within 10 seconds of pushing the starter button. If the unit fails to start check the following. 1. Engine stop switch is ON. 2. Parking Brake Locked ON. 3. Transmission selector switch in the N position. 4. Set the manual choke lever to the full left position (Choke close or on)
throttle to allow the rear wheels to turn properly. When making a turn, the wheels on the outside of the turn must travel a wider radius and thus a greater distance than the inside wheels of the turn. Since the rear axle does not permit a different rate of rotation, it is not enough to merely steer your ATV into the turn. To turn properly, steer in the direction of the turn and lean your body to the inside of the turn while supporting your weight on the outer footrest. Use the throttle to maintain power throughout the turn. If you do not use this turning technique the unit will have a tendency to continue in a straight line. If this occurs, release the throttle lever to allow the unit to stop. Avoid braking or accelerating until you have regained directional control.
Front Rear Chain 520x15t 520x38t #520*90 O-Ring 12V-9AH - GTX12-BS Unleaded Gasoline 89 octane 12liters / 3.17gal SAE 10-30W 1.4liters / 1.4gt (1.2liters / 1.2qt for change) SAE 85/140 weight gear Oil 750cc / 25.4oz (650cc / 22oz for change) NGK-CR8E
Jell Acid (Maintenance Free)
Fuel Engine Oil Transmission Type Volume Type Volume Type Volume
0.6-0.7mm / 0.023"
Front Rear Towing Trailer Wgh Capacity Tongue Wgh Maximum Rider Weight Minimum Rider Age Rack Capacity
N/A 16kg / 301lb (Optional) 330kg / 727lb (Optional) 50kg / 110lbs 150kg / 330lbs 16 years Red Blue
*subject to availability
Pre-Ride Safety 300Km 200Mi 1 Month I I I I I,L I I I I I I I I R R I C I I I I I I C R I I I I I,C C I I R Change every 2 years R R Change every 6 month Change every 6 month I I I I I I I I R I I C I R R R Lubricate every month 1000Km 600Mi 3 Months 3000Km 1800Mi 6 Months I 6000Km 3500Mi 1 Year 12000Km 7500Mi 2 Years R Notes:
Fuel Lines Throttle Operation Air Filter Fuel Filter Spark Plug Drive Chain Brake Pads Brake System Brake Fliud Bolts, Nuts, & Fastners Wheels & Tires Steering System Suspension System C.V.T. Drive Belt Transmission Oil Engine Oil Battery Engine Oil Sump Screen Valve Clearance Coolant Coolant Fan Carburetor Idle Speed Choke Spark Arrestor
I = Inspect, Clean, Adjust, Lubricate or Replace as needed C= Clean L = Lubricate R = Replace
Owners Maintenance Records
Maintenance Preformed Date Preformed By
Vector 250R Wire diagram
ETON AMERICA, LLC.
LIMITED VEHICLE WARRANTY
ETON America warrants all new ETON vehicles sold by authorized Eton Dealers to be free from defects in materials and workmanship, subject to the following exclusions and limitations. New vehicles sold by an authorized dealer to original retail consumers are covered by this policy for a period of six (6) months from the date of delivery. There is no mileage limitation. Vehicles used in rental service or for certain commercial purposes are specifically excluded from this policy. (Check with your dealer for warranty application.) Items and conditions that are specifically excluded from this warranty program are; 1. Damage caused by accidents, misuse, negligence, improper vehicle operation. 2. Any modification or alteration to any standard specifications or equipment. 3. Any repairs made by an unauthorized dealer or service firm. 4. Use of non-ETON genuine parts for repairs or alteration to standard specifications. 5. Damage caused by failure to perform factory scheduled service maintenance. 6. Damage which occurs as a result of improper storage. 7. Damage caused by the use of improper fuel or lubricants, and/or failure to use proper oil/gas mixture on two stroke models. The following normal wear parts are specifically excluded from warranty coverage: 1. Rubber parts 2. Tires 3. Belts 4. Brake linings 5. Normal wear item 6. Brake parts 7. Cables 8. Filters 9. Spark plugs 10. Bulbs 11. Batteries 12. Sprockets 13. External springs 14. Seat and hand grips.
Scheduled maintenance service is the responsibility of the owner during and after the warranty period. In the event of a failure or required repair, the owner should take vehicle to an authorized dealer for repair without undue delay and within a maximum of thirty, (30), days of the occurrence of the problem. All eligible warranty repairs must be made at any authorized dealers normal place of business. Any transportation costs, or other expenses which may occur in order to obtain warranty service, are the responsibility of the owner. All eligible repairs covered under this warranty will be paid to the servicing dealer only, by ETON America, and no additional payments shall be made for authorized warranty repairs. Dealer and/or ETON America are not responsible for loss of use, other damage or inconvenience due to warranty repairs. It is the customer/buyers responsibility to review with the selling dealer the pre-delivery service schedule to assure machine is properly serviced prior to delivery acceptance. It is recommended that the buyer take a test ride to familiarize themselves with the machine and to make certain the unit is in proper operating condition. The dealer is responsible for checking and performing all items on the set-up and pre-delivery checklist prior to delivery to the customer. This warranty is valid at any authorized ETON Dealer in the United States only. In the event you experience any problem obtaining prompt service, contact ETON America, customer service department for assistance. Always consult first with your selling dealer and or service personnel for assistance with any service work or repairs. In the event you have a problem obtaining service send your name, address, and vehicle identification number to Eton America for assistance. The above stated policy is the only policy offered and backed by ETON America, and no other organization or individual is authorized to make or offer any different arrangements. Some states prohibit certain limitations or conditions or do not allow exclusions or limitations. You may be eligible for additional consideration, so check with your local dealer or appropriate state agency for assistance. Rights vary from state to state, and you may have other rights not offered in this warranty. ETON America warrants all new vehicles comply with applicable US regulations.
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