This seems odd but hopefully someone else has seen it.
2002 Kawasaki Prairie 650 fuel gauge isn't working. It reads 0 and the low fuel light is flashing. I just got it and upon investigation the wires from the sending unit (black/yellow and blue) were cut and taped over. After reconnecting them the display wont work at all. It starts and runs fine. With the wires cut, everything else works properly. With the same 2 wires jumpered together the fuel gauge reads about half and everything else still works.
Can a faulty sending unit affect the function of the display?
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I take help from online websites that have this service like helping in repair some like reliable-store have instant help.. others are a bit slow which I don't prefer... rest is up to u.. U can also get free manual works fine .
www.outdoorlife.com/articles/gear/.../honda-fourtrax-kawasaki-prairie-6... Honda decided not only to get into the 500cc-class automatic 4x4 camp, but to do ...by three electronic shifting programs: one for high-speed driving on easy trails; ... this innovation: Kawasaki made the Prairie 650 capable of starting in gear.
That is because the water is not a friend with electrics especially with coils, ignition coils and spark plugs. If water reaches the coils the engine will stop and it will run again when water is evaporating.