Quick Links. Table of Contents. NOTICE is used to address prac- Always follow safe operating and main- tices not related to personal in- tenance practices. Page 6 However, there may be minor differences between the actual product and illustra- tions and text in this manual. All products are subject to change without prior notice or obligation.
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Quick Links. Table of Contents. NOTICE is used to address prac- Always follow safe operating and main- tices not related to personal in- tenance practices. Page 6 However, there may be minor differences between the actual product and illustra- tions and text in this manual. All products are subject to change without prior notice or obligation. May 16, Horn Button Overall Width mm Overall Height 1 mm Wheelbase 1 mm Road Clearance mm 5.
They are the only means of identifying your particular machine from others of the same model type. These serial numbers may be needed by your dealer when ordering parts.
Clutch Lever 7. Left Handlebar Switches 2. Clutch Lever Adjuster 8. Indicator Lights 3. Meter Instruments 9. Fuel Tank Cap 4. Brake Fluid Reservoir Front Right Handlebar Switches 5. Brake Lever Adjuster Front Fork Shift Pedal Headlight Oil Level Inspection Window Turn Signal Light Side Stand Switch Horn Side Stand Spark Plugs Fuse Box Battery Coolant Reserve Tank Mufflers Seat Idle Speed Adjusting Screw Rear Brake Pedal Air Cleaner Element Rear Brake Light Switch Fuel Tank Brake Fluid Reservoir Rear Page Location Of Labels Therefore, it is very important that all warning labels be on your vehicle in the locations shown.
If any label is missing, damaged, or worn, get a replacement from your Kawasaki dealer and install it in the correct posi- tion. Brake Fluid Rear 4. Tire and Load Data 5.
Vacuum Hose Routing Diagram 7. Vehicle Emission Control Information 8. Weight and Manufacture 9. Page Loading Information Kawasaki Parts Accessories, Kawasaki has no control over the Because a motorcycle is sensitive to design or application of accessories. Any passenger should be thor- motorcycle.
Avoid carrying baggage oughly familiar with motorcycle op- that extends beyond the rear of the eration. Page 23 i. Speedometer B. Digital Display C. Fuel Gauge F. Both the hour and of the vehicle. Digital Display The digital display located in the speedometer face is used to display the odometer, trip meter, and clock. Push the tarily advances the hour or minute MODE button to advance the min- step by step.
Pushing and hold- utes. This meter can- last reset to zero. When the nee- dle comes near the E empty posi- tion, refuel at the earliest opportunity. When vehicle stands with side stand, fuel gauge cannot show the amount of fuel in the fuel tank exactly.
Re- thorized Kawasaki dealer. Re- switch, steering lock, and fuel tank fuel at the earliest opportunity when the cap. Page 31 If the key number is lost completely, you will need to replace the ignition switch and all other locks operated by that key.
Contact your Kawasaki dealer to pur- A. Ignition Key chase additional spare keys either us- B. Tag ing your original key as a master or us- C. All electrical The ignition switch is located at circuits off. Engine on. All electrical This is a three-position, key-operated equipment can be used.
The key can be removed from Engine off. When the headlight is on high beam , the high beam indicator light is lit.
High beam.. Low beam.. Turn Signal Switch: When the turn signal switch is turned to the left or right Push the lever forward and turn the ad- juster to align the number with the ar- row mark on the lever holder. To close the cap, push it down into place with the key inserted. The key can be removed by turning it to the left to the original position. The into the filler neck. Fuel containing these oxy- with the gasoline in the fuel tank. Before storage it is recom- mended that you drain all fuel from the fuel system.
See the Storage section in this manual. This switch is de- To remove the seat, insert the ignition signed so that the engine does not key into the seat lock, and turn the start if the transmission is in gear and key to the right. The kit contains tools that can be helpful in making roadside repairs, adjustments, and some maintenance procedures explained in this manual. Keep the tool kit in this case.
The hel- met hook is located under the seat. WARNING Riding with helmet attached to the hook could cause an acci- dent by distracting the operator or interfering with normal vehi- cle operation. Unlock the steering before To lock the steering: starting the engine.
Page Electric Accessory Connectors A. Always moving only the mirror portion of the install a fuse 10 A or less in the assembly. Page 49 A. Stay A. Lower Hexagonal Area for Tightening B. Rear View Mirror B. Upper Hexagonal Area C. Rear View Mirror D. Run the engine for two or three minutes at idle speed to give the oil a chance to work up into all the engine parts.
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