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I cannot locate ecu 21175-0051 for 05 kawasaki z1000 as the original is not repairable. would a different type ecu fit this bike or could it be reprogrammed.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
First, go buy amanual ,clymer or haynes shop manual from a dealer or sent a from J&P CYCLE or from DENNIS KIRK , then when you got to work on it you will have somethnig to go by, and not trying to guest if your doing it right. J&P-1 800-318-6847, DENNIS KIRK-1-800-969-7504, and tell them what you need.
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
Hello Steven...The recommended oil capacity is 3.8 litres.
Recommended API classifications and viscosity...
API SE, SF, SG, SH (with JASO MA) or SJ (with JASO MA)
Note: always check oil level, with oil coolers ...volumes don't always match the Mfrs recommendations
Hope this answers your question and will fixya up...
Ride safe and ride smart...
Posted on May 19, 2009
The flashing FI is telling you that the Fuel Injection computer has detected a problem in the system. Some problems are minor (dirty air filter) and the computer will still allow the bike to run. Some problems are major (plugged up injectors) and the computer will not allow the engine to start. You will need to have a dealer check the computer diagnostic reading to find out where the problem is.
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Posted on Aug 23, 2009
Testimonial: "thankyou very much for getting back to me great help i have got the bike shop coming to pick it up cheers"
With the ignition on, use a test light to see if power is getting to the pump. If there is power to the pump, then the relay is doing it's job and you may eliminate it as the problem and look at the pump for the solution. If no power to the pump, check to see if the relay is receiving power, if it is and not relaying it to the fuel pump, the relay would appear to be at fault. And so on.....
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
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