Question about 2008 kawasaki Ninja 250R
I am replacing the turn signal relay on my 2009 kawasaki ninja 250 but i have to splice wires. There are 2 wires connected to the old relay. One is orange. The other is orange and green. One wire on the new relay are red. The other is red and black. I need to know which wire goes to which wire. Ive heard that green and black are generally used for ground wires.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi and welcome to FixYa,
To my knowledge, there would only be 3 wires needed from the handlebars that affects the engine:
As to the ignition coil, 1 wire is IGN B+12 while the other would go to the CDI and should pulsate when cranking or engine running.
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Posted on Feb 01, 2009
Stalling is usually caused by water on the fuel tank. Drain the carburetor, better... clean it. Blow air on the jets and needles. Drain the main fuel tank and check for water residue (brown)... siphone the fuel back to the tank. assemble and install the carburator and you'll be off to a cleaner burn. Also, make sure that the spark plugs are cleaned.
Posted on Mar 15, 2009
Yes I do believe they do. Try going to Powersportseast.com Look in the shopping section on the left of the homepage. You will want to use the parts fische and load the info for your bike. It allows you to see what the dealer parts counter can see. See if this helps. I'm pretty sure the 250 ninja really didn't change until 2008 when it got the BIG overhaul
Posted on Nov 02, 2009
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Posted on Apr 09, 2010
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