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The ''belt'' light came on today on my 2006 kawasaki 750i today.

It has 600 miles on it and as I am 63 years old it has been treated very well and not any bad mud at all. 4 wheel drive has only been used 8-10 times in the last two years. I just use it during turkey season and to drive to my deer stands during deer season.

Please tell me what I need to do. I would like not to have to take it to my dealer as the labor charge is $75/hr. Thanks, Larry

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Sometimes your belt light comes on when you belt is not tight enough it happends because your belt get little rips in it and it will become loose.

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