Question about kawasaki KX 250 Motorcycles
This is general info as there are many models of kawasaki
There is usually a spring and ball bearing, or spring loaded lever,that holds the shift cam in position
The spring and ball is held in by a bolt that may look similar to a sump plug under the bike.(could be called an indent spring)
or the lever is in the rhs side cover under the clutch, if its not them. It could be a bent shift fork or worn shift drum, but these two require a major strip down.
See if you can get a manual with an exploded view of the gearbox for whatever model you have, and see what is most likely.
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
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