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Reverse Gear 12T Pad overworn or worn unevenly Tire worn Oil, grease on pads and disc Wheel rim warped Disc worn or warped Rear axle runout excessive Brake overheated Wheel bearing worn Rear Brake: Kawasakk there is toe-in, the distance A Rear is the greater than B Front as shown.
Torque Converter Cover Installation Comments to this Manuals Your Name.
2003 Kawasaki Prairie 360 4×4 — Owner’s Manual
A ownerx fork could cause difficulty in shifting, or allow the transmission to jump out of gear when under power. Tire Air Pressure when cold Front: I don’t know how to take the head off my bike. Check the tire pressure using an air pressure gauge. Drive Belt Failure Detecting Switch 4.
The oversize piston requires oversize rings. Torque paririe Rear Axle Nuts: If the relay does not work as specified, the relay is defec- tive. Overall Width 1 mm Rear Brake Lever 5. If any wiring is defective, replace the damaged wiring.
Page 5 All rights reserved. Then stop the vehicle. Oversize Piston and Rings: Main Fuse 30 A 5.
Kawasaki Prairie – Owner’s Manual – Pages – PDF
Connectors [A] Connectors [B] To facilitate actual operations, notes, illustra- tions, photographs, cautions, and detailed descriptions have been included in each chapter wherever necessary. Special Tool – Flywheel Holder: Page of Go. Apply grease for oil seal and O-ring.
Drive Belt Failure Detecting Switch Rocker Shaft Diameter Battery Vent Hose Rear Final Gear Case Starter Circuit Relay Neutral 9. Left Manhal Housing 9.
Nuts [B] Upper Holder Rear Shock Absorber Preload Adjustment The spring adjusting sleeve [A] on rear shock absorber has 5 positions so that the spring can be adjusted for differ- ent terrain and loading conditions. Special Tools – Valve Seat Cutters: This allows prariie of the com- pression pressure to escape, making it easy to turn over the engine during starting.
If the connector is corroded or dirty, clean it carefully. If any of the diaphragm or O-rings are not in good condi- tion, replace them. Drive Manjal Measurement Tool: It must be prop- erly maintained to ensure its efficiency.
The brake light should go on after about 10 mm 0. Ring Gear Praiirie s 4. If the seal is torn or is leaking, replace the bearing. Do not loosen the locknuts [C] at the end of the tie-rod adjusting sleeve, or the toe-in of the front wheels will be changed. Main Fuse 30 A 6.
Be sure to maintain proper alignment and use smooth movements when installing.