Question about 2011 kawasaki KLX 250S
Sounds like it broke something in the selector mechanism.I had the same thing happen on my IT200 plus I've seen it about a dozen times over the years(mainly dirt bikes naturally).
Realistically,being that the problem was caused by dropping the bike(even though it was gently) it would not be covered by warranty.BUT don't tell the dealer you layed it over.
If they don't notice they may just give you the warranty anyway.(which wouldn't surprise me-especially if it just popped off the circlip)Tell the dealer it was a bit stiff in the lower gears & then it just stoped working.
Here is a link to see the part that is probably the cause.
-cir-clip (part no. 480) may have sliped forward.
-Damage to shift mechanism.(part no.13161)
The shift mechanisms' cost is about US $50(as you can see in the price list at the bottom).
So in concluding,if you are forced to pay for the repair,I would not expect it to be too expensive.
I do hope that this has cleared up your questions,
Posted on May 19, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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