Question about 1995 kawasaki ZXR 750
Get the bike so it is setting upright.
There a plug on the under side of the motor. Remove the plug and have a catch pan to catch the old oil. The filter will need to be changed also. Do this before you put new oil in. Put the plug back in and open the fill plug on the side of the engine and fill with new motorcycle oil. DO NOT USE OIL FOR CARS!! Watch that you do not over fill it.
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: oil change 1995 kawasaki ninja
you need to put on service stand and pull out oil plug after draining oil filter and drain all engine oil put new filter in and us sae 10 w 40 oil
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
when you see the velly of the bike, you could find big hole cap which is oil filter. Take it off and replace it. Next to the cap, there is a bolt same size as the cap bolt which is oil tank cap bolt. When you screw the bolt, the oil will plow out. Let it plow untill done. Put the bolt back when it empty. Right side of the bike and middle of the foot fade, you could find a refill cap. Replace oil untill the oil fill up enough. Back side of foot fade, There is a oil check. Between full and poor would be fine.
Posted on Jun 13, 2009
Firstly run your engine till you reach its normal running temp .The engine drain plug will be found under neath the engine normally at the lowest part .Warm oil drains out of the engine much more quickly that cold oil ..when all the oil stops dripping then remove the oil filter ,make sure that the sealing ring is removed ,take care the oil in the filter will be very hot .replace with your new filter make sure you do not cross thread the oil filter unit and any seals have been fitted . Refit your drain plug and fill up to the required level . start engine ,your oil level will drop because the oil filter will fill up and the new oil will be pumped around the engine. make sure that the engine level is topped up when all the oil has reached all the parts of the engine .Do not over fill the engine as this will cause unwanted pressure .and oil leaks .Remember to replace the oil filler cap and that its tight .
Posted on Mar 14, 2010
SOURCE: Changing the oil/oil filter
I just got a 97 ZX9 and had the same issue... until I read the service manual. You need to remove the oil pipe flange bolt in order to get enough room to be able to remove the filter between the exhaust header and the motor case. Of course, unthreading the filter is an issue by itself. If you do not have the cap (tool) that fits over the end of the filter and provides access for a rachet tool to unscrew it, then you probably need to do what I ended up doing... punching a screwdriver through the old filter in order to gain the leverage needed to start unscrewing the filter.
Posted on Apr 12, 2010
You may have a simple problem with water in the electrics.
IF you have no spark at the sparkplugs.
Disconnect your battery.
Check voltage and recharge if necessary.
Check the fuses, (as per Owner's Manual) as water in connections are akin to a short circuit and fuse's blow to prevent component damage.
Remove sparkplug leads and spray some water repellent agent like WD-40 or RP7 into them and shake out. Spray a liberal amount onto sparkplug tops (do not remove plugs at this stage). Replace plug leads.
Spray around the joins of the handlebar switch cluster that has the Engine Stop button.
Spray around the ignition coils and CDI unit.
Some water may have entered your magneto/generator cover and contacted the stator coils and pulse coil. This provides the power to recharge your battery and run the lights. You can remove the generator cover and spray around the back edge of the rotor to displace any water present...let stand on sidestand to help with drainage.
Reconnect charged battery and briefly check function of all lights, then try the starter.
If you HAVE spark but still not starting, likely to be water in the fuel system.
Place bike over a tray or work area.
Turn fuel tap off and disconnect fuel hose.
Place glass beaker under tap and turn on to reserve...check fuel for water at the bottom of beaker under fuel. Drain and replace fresh fuel if water present.
Undo drain plugs beneath each carburetor and let fuel drain, replace fuel hose and turn fuel tap to reserve and let a small amount of fuel to run thru lines and float seats to flush. Turn tap OFF and replace carby drain plugs.
Take out air filter element and check for moisture, blow dry if present, wipe out airbox.
Might be an idea to drain and replace your engine oil (water in oil will give it a milky look) once she's been warmed up again. Goodluck and cheers.
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Posted on May 19, 2010
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