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Im replaceing a blown head gasket on my 04/05 250 kawasaki ninja i have the parts just need the know how

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SOURCE: topping up coolant levels on a ninja 05

you need to fill the reserv tank buddy whch is loacted underneith the tank you need to take screw out holding tank in remove seat tilt tank back and the coolant reservoir will be there if its hard to access get a funel and connect a pipe to the end of the funnel and fill till it reaches max and but all back together buddy do it whilst its cold aswell bud

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the only thing that has a seep hole is normaly the water pump,check that and see what you can find,

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SOURCE: need to install starter on 2005 ninja 250

May I suggest a trip to your local library. Cycle repair books should be in 646 stacks of reference.

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SOURCE: would the fairing parts of a 2006 kawasaki ninja

Yes I do believe they do. Try going to 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

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SOURCE: i have a 2002 kawasaki prairie 650. i think i have

Check the seal behind your water impeller there are o rings back there if one of them goes bad you will leak antifreeze into oil, your impeller is run by the oil pump i believe, you should not see oil in the water also your bike will run fine but when hot will foul the plug with water look for white smoke sometimes and the smell of anti freeze on start up
i have a 400 4x4 doing the same thing new piston rings and top end now lossing water but runs great oil looks real thin
took to the dealer to fix this week will let you know how i make out.

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