Question about kawasaki VN 2000 Classic LT Motorcycles
You should check the oil with the bike in an upright position and the engine cold. when you run the bike, the oil is flowing through the oil pump. after you stop running the bike, you should wait a little while for the oil to comeback to rest for an accurate reading.
Posted on Jun 03, 2010
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