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1990 zxr 250. Markings worn on petcock switch. There is an arrow on the fairing pointing to the middle of the switch. The switch has a long/short side. Is on position long side down or to the arrow in the centre ?

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Where ever the arrow is pointing is where the switch is at. if you don't know where on off or reserve is just unplug the hose from petcock and and turn the switch until no fuel comes out. you might want to catch the fuel with a bottle i'd recommend.

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