kawasaki KX 125 - Answered Questions & Fixed Issues - Page 8

No they will not fit 02 will fit on I have a kx 125 with badboy graphic witch are 02

2003 kawasaki KX... | Answered on Nov 13, 2011 | 347 views

Just under the handlebar that when the vin code is on the right hand side

2003 kawasaki KX... | Answered on Nov 13, 2011 | 210 views

To lower you seat on you bike you will have you stiffen you suspension and your seat will go down?

2003 kawasaki KX... | Answered on Nov 13, 2011 | 107 views


sounds like your clutch cable is to tight and not releasing the clutch plates enough try slacking it off a bit and that should cure the problem

hope this helps


2003 kawasaki KX... | Answered on Nov 03, 2011 | 152 views

1- Remove nuts, clutch spring plate and springs 2 Feed a rolled-up rag between both primary reduction gears to prevent the clutch from turning, then remove the clutch hub nut. 3- Remove clutch hub, pressure plate, steel plates and friction plates. 4- Remove clutch housing. 5- Slide clutch bushing and thrust water from shaft. Take care to note how thrust washer is installed.

2003 kawasaki KX... | Answered on Oct 29, 2011 | 241 views

Hi, easy job, if your bike is waer cooled, you dont say how old it is the old bikes were air cooled, undo all the water pipes attached to the r/h case all the water will escape, you can leave the oil inside the gearbox, if you lay the bike on its left hand side, lift the engine and block it up to make sure gear lever is not resting on the ground, as this will disengage when you remove the clutch cover on the r/hand side, undo all the fixing screws from the cover remove kickstart lever, tap the cover gently to loosen the cover and remove when loose, if the case will not come off check further for screws, sometimes hide inside water pumps etc, once you are ready to remove the cover, keep the kickstart shaft pushed inermost so that it stays located within the engine, once ready fully observe the location of spring mountins within the engine and replace the spring

2003 kawasaki KX... | Answered on Oct 18, 2011 | 781 views

its prob your magnito with out a good connection to magnito it wont spark at all,could also be spark plug wire

My bike,

2003 kawasaki KX... | Answered on Oct 03, 2011 | 617 views

I am not familiar with a 00 kx 125.

Typically, a clutch cable has a barrel (or other special shaped piece) on the end which clips into a holder on the lever OR there is a threaded rod with two nuts on it to allow for adjustment.

I hope this helps.

Thanks for your interest in FixYa.com

2003 kawasaki KX... | Answered on Sep 19, 2011 | 167 views

the floats are sticking, tap on the side if that dont do it take it off and clean it

kawasaki KX 125... | Answered on Sep 12, 2011 | 94 views

The caps on motorcycle plug wire that snap onto the spark plug wear out and yours may need be replaced. They just unscrew from the wire and new ones screw onto the old wire. May not hurt to see if your plug wires can be changed from the coil as well. Get some new solid core wire and the resistor caps.

2005 kawasaki KX... | Answered on Sep 03, 2011 | 158 views

A couple of possibilities; install a new air filter. The old one may be partially blocked up due to not being fully dried out. Drain the carburetor float bowl. Water can collect in the bowl and cause the symptoms you describe. If you have already drained the carb, re-drain it. It may also be that the carb needs to be disassembled and cleaned. A bit of trash may be blocking a jet.

2004 kawasaki KX... | Answered on Sep 01, 2011 | 143 views

It is just a pressure fit. Pry the shaft upward. Don't put pressure on the arm as it may bend.tombones49_263.gif

kawasaki KX 125... | Answered on Aug 21, 2011 | 99 views

Check your fuel filter, sounds like it maybe clogged or needs replaced, can use a generic gas filter to fix or troubleshoot your problem. Rick

2003 kawasaki KX... | Answered on Aug 16, 2011 | 181 views

Sounds like too much fuel. To go from the pilot of 27.5 (assuming this was stock) to a 45 is a huge jump. Put the 27.5 in and see if the bog goes away. I would back the screw out 1 1/2 also, and put the clip in the center.
The pilot affects idle to 1/4 throttle.
The needle and clip affect 1/4 to 3/4
The main is more like 1/2 to full
****make sure your air filter is clean...
(Irratic idle may be due to an air leak)

2003 kawasaki KX... | Answered on Aug 05, 2011 | 24 views

Specialist job, not saying you cant do it, but it involves you removing all the old wire, measuring the length and diamiter of the wire, and replacing the same amount exactly, to obtain the correct resistance, not allowing the wire to go to earth at any point during the rewinding , you have nothing to loose just time and patiance, maypay off dividends

2003 kawasaki KX... | Answered on Jul 29, 2011 | 105 views

Try here for the info you need.


All the best

kawasaki KX 125... | Answered on Jul 15, 2011 | 50 views

piston kit, wrist pin bearing, top end gasket kit and a honing tool to clean your cylinder is about it I would probably buy new air filter and spark plug if I was doing it, but not essential ?

2003 kawasaki KX... | Answered on Jun 26, 2011 | 163 views

The cylinder and head nut on a 99 KX 125 is 18 ft-lb.

kawasaki KX 125... | Answered on Jun 25, 2011 | 152 views

there is a checl bolt on the rh side it doesn't hold anyhting one and has a copper waher. sorry i tried to get the picture on here but it's to big

2003 kawasaki KX... | Answered on Jun 24, 2011 | 173 views

Proper proceedure would include a 17 or 19mm allen socket for the end of the axle, but normally you can get the axle nut loose by leaving the 2 pinch bolts tight in that end of the axle. So, in order-
1-remove axle nut. 2-remove 2 bolts holding the brake caliper to the fork and tie it back out of the way.3 loosen the pinch bolts at the bottom of both fork tubes, this will allow the axle to slide out. There will be a spacer on the rotor side of the wheel for the bearing, remember this when you reinstall.
Installation-1-clean and lightly grease the axle and inside the bearing seals. 2-install spacer on rotor side of the wheel. 3-reinstall wheel onto the forks,tighten axle nut,leave the pinch bolts loose. 4-with the pinch bolts loose, compress the forks down-this insures that they are parallel to each other. If they forks aren't parallel, they will wear the bushings and fork seals prematurely. 5-tighten the pinch bolts to about 15NM. 6-torque axle nut to 40NM. 7-reinstall caliper.

kawasaki KX 125... | Answered on Jun 08, 2011 | 275 views

Not finding what you are looking for?
Motorcycles Logo

-149 questions posted

Ask a Question

Usually answered in minutes!

Popular Products

Top kawasaki Experts

Arnie Burke
Arnie Burke

Level 3 Expert

6354 Answers


Level 3 Expert

85239 Answers

Gino Cussen
Gino Cussen

Level 2 Expert

217 Answers

Are you a kawasaki Expert? Answer questions, earn points and help others

Answer questions

Manuals & User Guides