Question about 1996 kawasaki VN 1500 Vulcan Classic
1996 Vulcan 1500 Classic ignition coils. Clymer says primary resistance 1.9-2.9 ohms. I read 3.8 ohms. Clymer says secondary resistance 18k-28k ohms. I read 33k ohms. Reads the same for both coils. Should they be replaced? @
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
dear susan shock adjustment for the rear shock are done with c wrench. you will notice at the top of the shocks there is a ring with 3 adjustment cams. the wrench is placed in the two holes you see on the shock opposite each other this is where the wrench fits you simply turn either direction for softer or harder ride. this adjustment puts more or less tension on the spring. i own a 96 vulcan as well hope this will help you jim
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
go to gadgets fix it page, they have diagrams and step by step instructions to do this, i use his site religiously you can find anything there about your vulcan
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
you have a short somewhere in the ignition line. check all connections at coil, check for worn spark plug cables grounding on block.
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
keep pressing the starter and find out were the click is comeing from,, then change the starter solenoid, it sounds like this is at fault
Posted on Mar 02, 2010
Testimonial: "Thanks will go back out and try that...then I just have find the starter solenoid...I'm no mechanic but trying to learn to do some of this myself..."
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