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2009 kawasaki... | Answered on Jan 07, 2019 | 93 views


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2002 kawasaki... | Answered on Jan 07, 2019 | 102 views


The 2002 650 never needs this light reset procedure. If the belt switch is tripped, adjust the belt and flip the switch back to "ON"(a loose belt flips it to off). A flipped switch will cause a power loss.

2003 650 and 2004 700 can also have their belt switches tripped by a loose belt. However, the belt light may stay on after flipping the switch back to "ON", or it may have come on automatically at 100 hours to get you to return the machine to the dealer for inspection. The following procedures will reset the light if the belt switch is not tripped. A tripped switch will cause loss of power. Adjust the belt and flip switch to the "ON" position (a loose belt flips it to off). However, a belt light needing to be reset (such as at 100 hours) will cause early 2003 machines to loose power, but not later ones (I am told). If you aren't sure which procedure to use on your 2003 650, try the first one. If it does not reset the light use the second one.

Early 2003 650 Belt light reset procedure.

1. Turn the ignition switch OFF.

2. Disconnect the belt failure switch at the 2-pin connector above the CVT cover. (Note: Just follow the wires coming from the rectangular black box on the CVT Cover to locate this connector.)

3. Disconnect both sets of 5 pin connectors located above the CVT cover. Note: These connectors are located just beneath the shift handle on the right side of the 650; one is black and one is grey.

4. Connect these 5 pin connectors to their opposite pairs (grey to black and black to grey).

5. Turn the ignition switch ON.

6. Observe the belt-warning lamp. It should be flashing at a 0.4 second interval for a few seconds then start to flash slower. Let the lamp flash for at least seven seconds.

7. After seven seconds or more, turn the ignition switch off.

8. Reconnect 5 pin connectors to their proper location (black to black, grey to grey).

9. Connect the belt failure switch 2-pin connector (wires from CVT cover).

10. Turn the ignition switch on to confirm that the belt warning light is not flashing. Retry this procedure if needed. As far as I have heard it always works if the belt switch isn't tripped and there are no electrical problems.


Late 2003 and 2004 700 Belt light reset procedure.

1. Turn the ignition switch OFF.

2. Disconnect both sets of 5 pin connectors located above the CVT cover. Note: These connectors are located just beneath the shift handle on the right side of the 650; one is black and one is grey.

3. Connect these 5 pin connectors to their opposite pairs (grey to black and black to grey).

4. Turn the ignition switch ON.

5. Disconnect the belt failure switch at the 2-pin connector above the CVT cover. (Note: Just follow the wires coming from the rectangular black box on the CVT Cover to locate this connector.)

6. Observe the belt-warning lamp. It should be flashing at a 0.4 second interval for a few seconds then start to flash slower. Let the lamp flash for at least seven seconds.

7. After seven seconds or more, turn the ignition switch off.

8. Reconnect 5 pin connectors to their proper location (black to black, grey to grey).

9. Connect the belt failure switch 2-pin connector (wires from CVT cover).
10. Turn the ignition switch on to confirm that the belt warning light is not flashing. Retry this procedure if needed. As far as I have heard it always works if the belt switch isn't tripped and there are no electrical problems.

Early 2003 650 Belt light reset procedure.

1. Turn the ignition switch OFF.

2. Disconnect the belt failure switch at the 2-pin connector above the CVT cover. (Note: Just follow the wires coming from the rectangular black box on the CVT Cover to locate this connector.)

3. Disconnect both sets of 5 pin connectors located above the CVT cover. Note: These connectors are located just beneath the shift handle on the right side of the 650; one is black and one is grey.

4. Connect these 5 pin connectors to their opposite pairs (grey to black and black to grey).

5. Turn the ignition switch ON.

6. Observe the belt-warning lamp. It should be flashing at a 0.4 second interval for a few seconds then start to flash slower. Let the lamp flash for at least seven seconds.

7. After seven seconds or more, turn the ignition switch off.

8. Reconnect 5 pin connectors to their proper location (black to black, grey to grey).

9. Connect the belt failure switch 2-pin connector (wires from CVT cover).

10. Turn the ignition switch on to confirm that the belt warning light is not flashing. Retry this procedure if needed. As far as I have heard it always works if the belt switch isn't tripped and there are no electrical problems.


Late 2003 and 2004 700 Belt light reset procedure.

1. Turn the ignition switch OFF.

2. Disconnect both sets of 5 pin connectors located above the CVT cover. Note: These connectors are located just beneath the shift handle on the right side of the 650; one is black and one is grey.

3. Connect these 5 pin connectors to their opposite pairs (grey to black and black to grey).

4. Turn the ignition switch ON.

5. Disconnect the belt failure switch at the 2-pin connector above the CVT cover. (Note: Just follow the wires coming from the rectangular black box on the CVT Cover to locate this connector.)

6. Observe the belt-warning lamp. It should be flashing at a 0.4 second interval for a few seconds then start to flash slower. Let the lamp flash for at least seven seconds.

7. After seven seconds or more, turn the ignition switch off.

8. Reconnect 5 pin connectors to their proper location (black to black, grey to grey).

9. Connect the belt failure switch 2-pin connector (wires from CVT cover).
10. Turn the ignition switch on to confirm that the belt warning light is not flashing. Retry this procedure if needed. As far as I have heard it always works if the belt switch isn't tripped and there are no electrical problems.

kawasaki 2005... | Answered on Jan 03, 2019 | 42 views


Open fill cap and oil level should be full.

kawasaki 2012... | Answered on Jan 03, 2019 | 38 views


if you want to know the bike is getting enough oil it must produce white smoke via exhaust ,most of these 1974 bike do not have knob for oil adjustment but you adjust manually by adjusting the oil cable

kawasaki... | Answered on Jan 02, 2019 | 66 views


Also check to see if your rpm are too high...

kawasaki 2004... | Answered on Jan 02, 2019 | 152 views


if its a light ticking noise it may be your valve train, if its a heavier knock it would most likely be your bottom end, crank/bearings etc...

kawasaki 2004... | Answered on Jan 02, 2019 | 92 views


What type of fluid do you have in there? in some cases we have put synthetic or oils with additives and it has caused the plates to slip.

kawasaki 2004... | Answered on Jan 02, 2019 | 555 views


valves make a ticking noise, knocking comes from your bottom end (crank bearings etc). try a thicker oil and see if it changes anything

kawasaki 2004... | Answered on Jan 02, 2019 | 143 views


I had a similar problem. pull start worked no problem, and starter only sometimes. turns out the starting system as a whole (starter, old wires, solenoid etc) were drawing so much power that it wasn't allowing much for power for the coil and spark. it was too weak

kawasaki 2004... | Answered on Jan 02, 2019 | 294 views


Frame rail by your left toe

kawasaki 2004... | Answered on Jan 02, 2019 | 182 views


Had a similar problem, I rebuilt the carb and fixed any gaps/cracks in the intake boots and carb-engine gasket. runs ok now

kawasaki 2004... | Answered on Jan 02, 2019 | 805 views


Faulty starter solenoid or relay possibly

kawasaki 2004... | Answered on Jan 02, 2019 | 174 views


One is on the right side of the engine and the other is on the frame rail by your left toe

kawasaki 2004... | Answered on Jan 02, 2019 | 47 views


follow it until you find the short. the wire may have rubbed raw against a metal part. Happens a lot. remove the fuse and put an ohm meter to the frame and to either side of the wire where the fuse mounts. It will tell you which direction from that point to follow

kawasaki 2004... | Answered on Jan 02, 2019 | 270 views


It should be on the frame rail by your left toe

kawasaki 2004... | Answered on Jan 02, 2019 | 77 views


Is the cooling fan not working? if it is I would check for any restrictions (mud, leaves etc)

kawasaki 2004... | Answered on Jan 02, 2019 | 344 views


10w40 is a safe bet. Conventional

kawasaki 2004... | Answered on Jan 02, 2019 | 61 views

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