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No oil presure at the oil presure senser switch

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Check with your dealer, but I believe on that enginee, the oil pump has a nylon drive gear. THis gear has been shreding on that modle from 1988 to 1999. It Happed to me. I called customer service at Kawasaki, and after some haggling, they assumed all the costs to fix the bike.I have a 1997 1500 A modle Vulcan.
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