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2008 Kawasaki Z750 will not start cold

My z750 2008 model just started to have problems starting when cold used to start 1st push of the button but now won't have to bump it. could it be the cold start mechanism? thanks @

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Hi andersondts.

To get you right there i believe it should read as 'jump' start and not 'bump' start ...:-)
Well the problem could be with the battery, is it a maintenance free (dry) or is it a wet 0ne (uses sulphuric acid specific gravity 1250).
( 1) How old is the battery?
( 2) If its a wet one ,check the specific gravity of the acid in it, if its low thn charge it.You may hve to add or top up to its required level , if so thn use distilled water only !
( 3) If the battery is more thn 17months old ...replace it.
( 4) Its not bad to get the charging rate of your bike to make sure that it is working properly as required.

I hope this will help.


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There should be a wire that runs from the cluster to your battery that gives the cluster constant power. There is probally a short in that wire. The odo doesnt do it because it has a memory board.

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Hi and welcome to FixYa,

Try with the clutcj lever pulled. Check / trace the sky blue wire to the neutral switch.  Whne transmission is in neutral this wire must have continuity to ground.

Good luck and thank you for using FixYa.

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If you're building up vacuum or pressure in the fuel tank, your vent line is pinched or plugged. It is a rubber hose that comes off the fuel tank, usually runs down the right side and discharges vented air out the bottom somewhere.

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try charging up the battery, the starter needs around 60 amps to turn over compared to the lights that only need around 5 amps, maybe it just doesnt have enough power to turn it over... hope this helps

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