Question about 2006 kawasaki ZZR 600
First try reset.
Disconnect the battery for 5 mins reconnect and see if it resets?
If that is not helping.
Then ,Did you prefill the oil filter? if not start the bike up and crack the oil filter just a hair to burp the air air out of the system and then tighten it back up or just take the filter off and fill it with oil before putting it on.You need to bleed the system by unscrewing the oil filter a bit. start the bike. when oil pours out of the filter, tighten it back up.
The procedure to change oil is as follows:--
drain oil, drain oil filter, put the oil pan nut back in, put a new oil filter on and lube the outer edge 1st (oil filter is the correct one), then add 4 quarts of mobile 1 10w-40 and hand tighten the oil filler cap/ .
If it's a spin-on filter you'll likely lose about a quart of oil. To be safe, drain all the new oil into aclean pan, then re-use it after re-installing the filter.
If all the possibilities checked ok.Then there are two possibilities that has to be checked,.That is the oil filter switch and oil sensor.
the wire for the oil pressure switch got damaged or disconnected during the oil change, or the sensor itself got damaged.
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Posted on Jul 15, 2010
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