When measured with a spring scale, the preload is designated by force N, kg , and when measured with a torque wrench, it is des· ignated by torque N-m, kg-m, in-Ib. Do not use any other fluid for cleaning these parts. Suspension Arm Pivot Shaft D. Since spark plug requirements change with the igni- sometimes may be needed for severe conditions, such as continuous high-speed riding, or towing heavy loads. Ball and Needle Bearing Replacement. Ignition Coil Winding Resistance Primary Windings: Secondary Windings: 1.
Rear Axle Unit Ihstallation Notes. Rubber Damper Installation 2 20mm 2 ,-. Tampering does not include the temporary removal or rendering inoperative of devices or elements of design in order to perform maintenance. Tie-Rod eRemove the upper suspension arm. Bold figure numbers help you quickly match illustrations with instructions. Rear Final Gear Case Oil Change eWarm up the oil by running the vehicle so that the oil will pick up any sediment and drain easily.
Neutral and Reverse Indicator Light Bulb Replacement. M : Apply molybdenum disulfide grease. Lining Thickness Brake Pad Installation Notes -Before installation, clean the pads with a high-flash point solvent. Deposits will accumulate, and can cause internal shorting. Rear Axle Unit Assembly eAssembly is the reverse of removal. Hexagon Wrench: 57001-1194 eRemove the gears and the shifter. Mounting Bolts eRemove the front fender.
AlCanadaiAustraria Models Au str al ia Model only u. The more discharged the battery becomes, the more easily it freezes. I ® Front Suspension Arm Bushing Installation 1. It is under great pressure. Larger Termi na ls eMeasure the continuity of the relay when activated. Replace the propeller shaft with a new one. Carburetor Holder Carburetor Holder Installation el nstall the carburetor holder so that the projection faces upward.
Center Arm Installation o Do not lubricate the rubber dampers with engine oil or petroleum distillates because they will deteriorate the rubbers. Claw eBend the tab over the nut. Charging at a high rate causes excess heat which can warp the plates and cause internal shorting. You name it and its in here. Turn the locknut clockwise for loosening.
Fuel Level Gauge Removal e Remove the fuel tank cap. Lower Adjusting Screw - Loosen the locknut for the lower clutch release adjusting screw. If toe-in is incorrect, the front wheels will be dragged along the ground, scuffing and wearing the tread knobs. Top Cover -Bend the front fender tabs o utward and remove the f uel tank. Extremes of temperature, altitude, and riding usage may make changing some carburetor parts or the spark plug desirable to maintain the vehicle in peak operating condi- tion. When the intake valve opens and closes, keep turning the crankshaft counterclockwise until the T mark on the alternator rotor aligns with the slot, as shown. Toe-in is the amount that the front wheels are closer together in front than at the rear at the axle height.
Refer to the Base Manual noting the following. A loss in rotor magnetism , which may be caused by dropping or hitting the alternator, by leaving it near an electromagnetic field, or just by aging, will result in low output. If you apply compressed air into the caliper, the piston may crush your hand or fingers. Camshaft, Rocker Arms and Shafts. Rim Flange elf the rim lines and the rim flanges are not parallel, deflate the tire, lubricate the sealing surfaces again, and reinflate the tire. A tester other than the Kawasaki Hand Tester may show slightly different readings.
These manuals fit the following applications: kawasaki lakota 300 kawasaki prairie 360 4x4 kawasaki quad kvf300 kawasaki bayou 300 4x4 Kawasaki kfx50 kawasaki bayou 220 kawasaki kaf400 mule 600 utv kawasaki mule 2520 kawasaki mule 3010 4wd diesel kawasaki kvf750 4x4 kawasaki brute force 300 kawasaki kfx450r kawasak kaf620 mule 3010 trans 4×4 gas kawasaki kvf300 Kawasaki brute force 750 4x4i eps kawasaki utility vehicle mule 610 4x4 kawasaki prairie 700 kvf700 4x4 kawasaki brute force 750 kvf750 kawasaki mule 2510 4x4 kaf620 kawasaki prairie 300 4x4 kvf300 kawasaki kvf 750 v-twin brute force 4x4 kawasaki prairie 400 2wd kawasaki kfx80 kawasaki klf 220 kawasaki kfx 700 kawasaki kaf620 mule 3000 trans 4x4 kawasaki kvf750 brute force 4x4i kawasaki ksf250 mojave kawasaki mojave 250 kawasaki mule 2500 kaf620c kawasaki kfx 450r kawasaki prairie kvf 400 4x4 kawasaki teryx 4-seat kawasaki bayou 400 4x kawasaki kfx 450r kawasaki brute force 750 kawasaki mule 3010 trans 4x4 gas kawasaki bayou 185 kawasaki kvf 750 brute force 4x4 kawasaki kef300 lakota kawasaki brute force kvf 650 4x4i kawasaki kfx700 v-force vforce kawasaki kfx 400 kawasaki teryx 750 krf750 4x4 kawasaki klf400 kawasaki teryx 2 seat utv kawasaki bayou 250 2x4 atv klf250 kawasaki mojave 110 kawasaki mule 3020 kaf620 kawasaki kfx 90 kawasaki klf300 bayou 2x4 kawasaki kxf 250 tecate kawasaki kvf 700 kawasaki kxt250 tecate kawasaki krt750 kawasaki teryx 750 fi 4x4 le seat Kawasaki brute force 650 4x4 independent rear suspension irs kawasaki kfx 700 v force kawasaki krt750c teryx4 le kawasaki brute force 650 kawasaki kfx400 kawasaki kvf650 prairie 4x4 kawasaki mule 3010 4x4 diesel kaf950 utv kawasaki tecate 3 wheeler trike kawasaki kfx 50 kawasaki teryx 750 4x4 eps utv gas tank kawasaki tecate 4 two-stroke atv Cover the following sections: Routine Maintenance and servicing Tune-up procedures Engine, clutch and transmission repair Cooling system Fuel and exhaust Ignition and electrical systems Brakes, wheels and tires Steering, suspension and final drive Frame and bodywork Wiring diagrams. Apply a soap and water solution around the tire bead and check for bubbles. Such a short will prevent an effective spark. Diameter: 12 mm Pitch: 1. Step -Drop the thrust washers over the end of the armature shaft. Returns Returns are gladly excepted if item is not as portrayed in the description.
If handlebar movement changes idle speed, the throttle cable may be incorrectly routed, or it may be damaged. Toe-in of Front Wheels Standard: 20 mm Toe-in Inspection -Support the vehicle on a stand or the jack special tool: 57001-1238 so that the front wheels are off the ground. I -;:::J I I 1. Olnstallation is the reverse of removal. Because of the danger of highly flammable liquids, do not use gasoline or low flash-point solvents.
Olf dirt or dust is allowed to pass through into the carburetor, the throttle may become stuck open, possibly causing an accident. Such a shock to the parts can damage them. Caliper Piston and Cylinder Damage. However, an ohmmeter cannot detect layer shorts and shorts resulting from insulation breakdown under high vo ltage. Lockbolt eTake out the bolts and remove the valve adjusting caps. Retaining Ring -Hold the starter plunger sp ring compressed, and free the choke cable lower end from the plunger. Rear Fender see Frame chapter Rear Wheels Brake Drum see Brakes chapter Rear Brake Panel see Brakes chapter Rear Propeller Shaft Joint Boot Front End eRemove the foHowing parts.