Question about 2010 kawasaki KLR 650
Go to where you bought the bike, they should have the specs you need.
Posted on Oct 22, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2001 Kawasaki vulcan 800
The two switches you are having problems with are thermetically controlled; they can easily short out which will cause the light to stay on. First what I'd like you to do is disconnect them at the sending unit, if the lights still stay on you have a short somewhere deeper in the wiring. Most likely it will be a grounded wire. If the lights do go off you will then want to use an OHM meter to check continuity at the senders. If you get solid resistance then the sending unit is shorted out, if one remains open then isolate the other. You may have a situation that one switch is causing both to stay lit.
Let me know if this helps you out at all. Tell me if you don't have the resources to co the diagnostics as described and I'll be happy to give you a work around. We will just have to be a little creative.
Either way let me know and I'll be happy to help you resolve the issue. I'm inclined to thing your problem is a short not a heat related issue since both sending units are both indicating a problem.
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
The max pressure is on the side of the tire; look close. Set the air pressure to how you want the bike to ride. 20 lbs and the bike is mushy and soft and pretty squirrely on the corners. 45 lbs and the ride is like a rock. Probably 35 lbs is a pressure you can be pleased with.
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
there should be a little window just below the oil fill area that says high and low, that's where you gauge the level of oil you have. it's not a dipstick, and not very precise, but that's it.
Posted on May 05, 2009
go to bikebandit.com and look under the oem parts. it should be a list on the left side of the page. and find manufacturer. then it is all diagrams from there once you choose the bike. note: all of the parts are numbers and it is a list of what everything is called and priced. it really helped me out and still does. hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 09, 2009
most oils will work, you want about 10W30 weight. you will either have a dipstick on the filler cap, or most kawasakis have a sight glass on the engine case with level markers. you will probly need to remove the fairing pannels to do this job. the coolant should have a small reserve bottle with level markers on it, if not open radiator cap with engine cold, and it should be full.
Posted on May 24, 2010
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