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Where is the coolant temperature sensor on a zx14 ninja

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What you would do is take the seat off, usually you have a key lock under the seat. Then what you wanna do is take off the positive battery cable off the battery and hook up a battery charger. If you don't have a battery charger take the battery completely out and take it to autozone or what ever auto dealer you have near by, and they will charge the battery for no charge. Finally you take your battery and put the terminals back on make sure you have the cables on right, also what ever you do don't charge the battery while its hooked up to the bike. If this was useful information plz rate me. Thank you.

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4.5 L (4.8 US qt)

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