Question about kawasaki KLR 650 Motorcycles
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i too had this problem .....dnt worry just remove the brake cable and lubricate it with some spray like ABRO or WD40 lubricating spray then you sprayed some in the cable.play with it pull it forward and push it backward.,lubricate and repeat the steps till you find the cable goes smoother...you know it usually happens due to dust and dirt which enters the cable n get it stuck,try this n tell me..
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
Depending upon the braking system,you need to service it accordingly.I assume it is 85cc engine and it will have a drum disk.You need to remove the tyre and check the pads,if the pads are fine then give it a good high pressure air to blow away all the dust inside.Then put back things tohether and adjust brake to stop the pedal from going too much down accordingly.Make sure all bolts are secured,align wheel and check chain tension when assembling.Hope this help.
Posted on Aug 23, 2009
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