Question about 2003 kawasaki KX 125
My kx 125 gear lever won't return to center on its own you have to do it by hand everytime you change all gears engage fine @
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Adjust the clutch cable to allow about 1/4" free play at the end of the clutch handle. Don't put the bike in gear until the rpms are near idle speed. The clutch is working fine if the bike does not lurch forward when going into gear at idle speed. Dirty, gritty oil in the gearbox can make the clutch grab. Consider changing oil if grabbing is the problem. The "crunch" you hear is the slider gear engaging into the driven gear. The higher the engine speed when being put into gear the louder the crunch. The slider gear engaging "dogs" can break. Crunching into gear is hard on the gears.
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Posted on Jun 04, 2009
gear selector may be jammed inside the casing or broken
check that the shifter is tight on the shaft!
check clutch adjustment
try rocking bike back n forth without using clutch while you try ******* the gear lever it may come unstuck
but get it looked at if it frees up!
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
The worn shift fork is the problem. Normally a shift fork will never show any wear. When a fork gets bent is when wear begins to show. If a good shift fork is set side by side with a bent fork it is very hard to see any difference. The bend is so slight that it is usually impossible to discern. Put in a new fork and the shifting problem is history.
Now would be a good time to install new crank bearings and new crank seals as well.
Posted on Aug 09, 2009
The bike has some bent shift forks. Bent shift forks do not move the slider gears properly when changing gears. Expensive to fix.
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
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