20 Most Recent 2008 kawasaki Z750 Questions & Answers

spray your switch with light oil ie wd40
...no contact is being made ....and I mean your light switch not your ignition....infact spray them both it will not harm the and when you have don't forget to work them

2008 kawasaki... | Answered on Mar 05, 2015

Sounds like you have a faulty connector/wiring to the display unit, most likely a bad connector (known as a dry joint) leading from the ECU junction relay box. Dry joints/circuits a sensitive to vibration!
Getting the wiring checked by an auto electrician to make sure where the fault is actually in the wiring.
If the fault is a dry joint in the wiring, re-soldering the connector will fix the fault.
If the fault is a bad wire, replacement of the wire will fix the fault.
If the fault is a dry circuit in the display unit, replacement of unit necessary(costly & worst case).
Have a full Kawasaki service manual for the bike on an USB STICK in PDF form with you, when you take the bike to the auto electrician, it will help them find the fault quicker & cheaper.
If you haven't got a full service manual, you can download PDF file from the internet, the cost very minimal compared to a printed manual.
When I had my problem with the electrics on my Z750S, the fault was with the connectors(dry joints) and re-soldering them solved the issue!
Hope this helps

2008 kawasaki... | Answered on Apr 09, 2014

Possible water damage to head light relay in the fuse box under the seat or the stator which controls the head light relay. Get a auto electrician to do an trace check on the wiring & connections to rule out all other faults. If the lights cut out after an heavy bump and come back on after a set time, the fault could be the relay or stator. Have the auto electrician resolder the relay connections in the fuse box (about 40 connections), also have an 12v LED warning light fitted to the stator connections with enough wiring so the LED can be mounted on the handle bar. If the LED cuts out the stator is at fault(very costly), if the LED stays on the head light relay is at fault. Also better waterproof the standard fuse box , the case is not that waterproofed (easy done with insulation tape). Hope this helps.

2008 kawasaki... | Answered on May 03, 2013

Sounds like you may have a probblem with your master cyl. It could be bypassing the seals inside. Does it drift off when holding?If there is no external leak problem is usualy here. Try replaceing brake fluid use only specafied fluid wrong fluid will ruin system.Bleed brakes.If still pursists master cyl needs rebuilt or replaced.

2008 kawasaki... | Answered on Mar 21, 2010

Look at the sidewall of your tire for proper inflation information.

2008 kawasaki... | Answered on Mar 08, 2010

You can check the forum below , may this would help

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2008 kawasaki... | Answered on Sep 01, 2009

best bet go to the dealer check for after market parts from parts unlimited, street, LP "lockhart phillips" or pay the price for an O.E.M

2008 kawasaki... | Answered on Jun 07, 2009

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