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What type of coolant to use in my 2006 vulcan classic 900

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Remove the 2 break bolts that hold the break to the bracket. Remove the pin covers on the side. <2 flat heads> Remove the Alan key pins and old pads will come out. Use a c clamp and a rag to compress the caliper piston. replace break pads pins and pin covers. Re bolt the break to the bracket. pump breaks till stiff. open bleeder. pump twice and close during pump. clean up and enjoy ;D

Posted on Jul 08, 2009

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SOURCE: How or where do you check the coolant level on a

I believe on this model, that you have to remove the instrument display that is on the tank. There should be one 8mm bolt in the center of the chrome housing. Remove the bolt, then push the housing forward towards the handlebars. After removing the housing, you should see a small reservior with what looks like a radiator cap on it. There should also be an overflow tank located bottom center of the bike. It should have a sight glass on it to see the fluid level.

Posted on Aug 05, 2009

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SOURCE: where do you fill the coolant in a 1996 kawasaki

Remove the instrument cluster located on the gas tank. There should be one 8mm bolt in the center holing it on. After removing the bolt, gently push the housing forward. Underneath you will see a small reservior with a radiator cap on it.

Posted on Aug 19, 2009

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SOURCE: crank fuse on 2005 vulcan classic

keep pressing the starter and find out were the click is comeing from,, then change the starter solenoid, it sounds like this is at fault

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SOURCE: how do drain and add

If you don't know by looking at the service/workshop manual, take it to a specialist suspension place. You could do more harm than good.

Posted on Aug 05, 2011

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How do drain and add fork oil on a 2007 kawasaki vulcan 900 classic?


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