YAMAHA VIKING 2017 Service Manual
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The odometer shows the total distance trav-
eled by the vehicle.
The tripmeters show the distance traveled
since they were last reset.TIPThe odometer will lock at 99999.
The tripmeters will reset and continue
counting after 9999.9 is reached. Pushing the “SELECT” button switches the
display between the odometer mode “ODO”
and the tripmeter modes “TRIP A” and “TRIP
B” in the following order:
ODO → TRIP A → TRIP B → ODO
To reset a tripmeter, select it by pushing the
“SELECT” button, and then push the “RE-
SET” button for at least three seconds. The
tripmeters can be used to estimate the dis-
tance that can be traveled with a full tank of
fuel. This information enables you to plan fu-
ture fuel stops.
TIPTo switch the display between “mph” and
“km/h”, turn the key to “ ” (off), then push
and hold the “SELECT” button while turning
the key to “ ” (on). Clock, hour meter and voltage display
The clock displays time in 12-hour format.1. “SELECT” button
2. “RESET” button
3. “CLOCK” button
4. Clock/Hour meter/Voltage display
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The hour meter shows the total time the en-
gine has been running.
The voltage display shows the battery volt-
Pushing the “CLOCK” button switches the
display between the clock mode “CLOCK”,
the hour meter mode “HOUR”, and the volt-
age display mode “ ” in the following or-
CLOCK → HOUR → → CLOCK
To set the clock1. Set the display to the clock mode.
2. Push the “SELECT” button and “RESET” button together for at least three sec-
3. When the hour digits start flashing, push the “RESET” button to set the hours.
4. Push the “SELECT” button, and the mi-
nute digits will start flashing.
5. Push the “RESET” button to set the minu- tes. 6. Push the “SELECT” button, and then re-
lease it to start the clock.
Voltage display mode
This display shows the battery voltage.
“ ” appears for 1 second when the volt-
age display mode is first selected, and
then “ ” appears and the battery voltage is
If the battery voltage is less than 10 volts,
“LO” is displayed, and if the voltage is above
16 volts, “HI” is displayed.
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NOTICEECB02050If the voltage display indicates “LO” or
“HI”, there may be trouble with the battery
charging circuit or the battery may be
faulty. If this occurs, have a Yamaha dealer
check or repair the vehicle. Fuel meterThe fuel meter indicates the amount of fuel in
the fuel tank. The display segments of the fuel
meter disappear from “F” (full) towards “E”
(empty) as the fuel level decreases. When the
“E” segment disappears and the fuel level
warning indicator flashes, refuel as soon as
TIPThis fuel meter is equipped with a self-diag-
nosis system. If a problem is detected in an
electrical circuit, all the display segments and
fuel level warning indicator start flashing. If
this occurs, have a Yamaha dealer check the
1. Fuel level warning indicator
2. Fuel meter
3. “E” segment
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This model is equipped with a self-diagnosis
device for various electrical circuits.
If a problem is detected in any of those cir-
cuits, the engine trouble warning light comes
on or flashes, and the multi-function display
indicates an error code.
If the multi-function display indicates an error
code, note the code number, and then have a
Yamaha dealer check the vehicle.
NOTICEECB00812If the multi-function display indicates an
error code, the vehicle should be checked
as soon as possible in order to avoid en-
gine damage. EBU31390Light switch “ / / ”Set the switch to “ ” to turn on the low
beam and the taillights.
Set the switch to “ ” to turn on the high
beam and the taillights.
1. Error code display
2. Engine trouble warning light “ ”
1. Light switch “ / / ”
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Set the switch to “ ” to turn off the head-
lights and taillights.NOTICEECB02060Do not use the headlights with the engine
turned off for an extended period of time.
The battery may discharge to the point
that the starter motor will not operate
properly. If this should happen, remove the
battery and recharge it.
EBU31400On-Command drive knob
“2WD/4WD/DIFF LOCK”This vehicle is equipped with an On-Com-
mand drive knob to select the drive mode.
The knob has three positions: “2WD”, “4WD”,
and “DIFF LOCK”. Select the appropriate
drive according to terrain and conditions.
“2WD” (two-wheel drive): Power is supplied
to the rear wheels only.
“4WD” (four-wheel drive): Power is sup-
plied to the rear and front wheels.1. On-Command drive knob “2WD/4WD/DIFF LOCK”
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“DIFF LOCK” (four-wheel drive with the dif-
ferential gear locked): Power is supplied to
the rear and front wheels with the differen-
tial gear locked. Unlike the “4WD” mode, all
wheels turn at the same speed regardless
of traction.EBU33192Horn switch “ ”Press the switch to sound the horn.
EBU31411Accelerator pedalPress the accelerator pedal to increase en-
gine speed. Spring tension returns the pedal
to the rest position when released. Always
check that the accelerator pedal returns nor-
mally before starting the engine.EBU31420Brake pedalPress the brake pedal to slow or stop the ve-
1. Horn switch “ ”
1. Accelerator pedal
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EBU34750Parking brake leverThe parking brake lever is located at the right
side of the steering wheel. Setting the parking
brake lever will help keep the vehicle from
moving while parked.
To set the parking brake, pull the lever rear-
To release the parking brake, pull rearward on
the lever, press the release button, and then
push the lever all the way forward.
TIPSpring tension helps return the lever to the
If you drive the vehicle with the parking
brake engaged, a buzzer will sound.
1. Brake pedal
1. Parking brake lever
2. Release button
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EBU31440Drive select leverThe drive select lever is used to shift the vehi-
cle into the low, high, neutral, and reverse po-
sitions. (Refer to page 6-3 for the drive select
EBU31450Fuel tank capTo openRemove the fuel tank cap by turning it coun-
To closeInstall the fuel tank cap by turning it clock-
1. Drive select lever
1. Fuel tank cap
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EBU31460DoorsTo open a door, pull the latch outward. To
close a door, push or pull the door inward un-
til it is securely latched. Be sure the door is
SECURELY LATCHED AFTER CLOSING IT.EBU31470SeatsTo remove a seat cushion, lift the front of the
cushion, and then pull the cushion off. To install a seat cush
ion, insert the projec-
tions on the rear of the seat cushion under the
seat frame, and then insert the projection on
the front of the cushion into the grommet
while pushing the cushion downward. Make
sure the seats are properly secured before
riding. WARNING! A loose seat could cause
the operator to lose control, or cause the
operator or passengers to fall.
1. Driver seat cushion
2. Passenger seat cushion
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EBU31480Adjusting the driver seat positionThe driver seat can be adjusted to one of
three positions to suit the driver’s preference.Adjust the driver seat position as follows.
1. Remove the driver seat cushion. (See the
previous section “Seats”.)
2. Remove the bolts.
3. Move the seat frame to the desired posi- tion and align the bolt holes in the seat
frame with the bolt holes in the vehicle
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