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Rev counter not working on 2002 kawasaki er-5

Is there a cable on the rev counter or does it work another way?

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SOURCE: my rev counter does not work on my kawasaki er5 1999

The ER5 has got an electronic rev-counter, no cable.

Like the oval rear brake-drums this is another ER5 bugbear, the rec/rec fails, the battery boils and the rev-counter is usually a victim too.
Often on ER5 specific forums there will be someone who repairs the circuit board and sells the repaired units much cheaper than a new one. it's usually a tiny zener-diode that is killed.

Posted on Jun 17, 2009

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SOURCE: hi there I have a Kawasaki er-5 the rev counter

Ok this is a problem with the rpm pick up sensor. It is a wire or wires that run directly into the transmission. As for the voltage regulator. It is a small black box usually by the ecu on the right inside of the tail. Also Motorcycles do not have alternators. They have a thing called a stator. It is inside the motor. It is recommended that you do not attempt to open your cases. Its messy and very confusing. and if you mess one thing up the bike is trash.

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The ER5 has got an electronic rev-counter, no cable.

Like the oval rear brake-drums this is another ER5 bugbear, the rec/rec fails, the battery boils and the rev-counter is usually a victim too.
Often on ER5 specific forums there will be someone who repairs the circuit board and sells the repaired units much cheaper than a new one. it's usually a tiny zener-diode that is killed.

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