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Kawasaki ZX9-R Radiator Fan Circuit and Wiring

The following steps are instruction on how to inspects your 1999 Kawasaki ZX9-R Fan system circuit malfunction: Disconnect the leads from the radiator fan switch. Using an auxiliary wire, connect the radiator fan switch leads. If the fan rotates, inspect the fan switch. If the fan does not rotate, inspect the following: Leads and Connectors; Main Fuse and Fan Fuse; Fan Motor. Fan Motor Inspection: Remove the air cleaner housing. Disconnect the 2 – pin connector in the fan motor leads. Read more […]

Kawasaki EN500 Vulcan Junction Box Circuit Diagram

The junction box is used on models Kawasaki EN500 Vulcan models only to house the starter circuit relay (not the starter relay) and the headlight relay (US and Canada only). Neither of these relay is replaceable individually. If one of the fails, the junction box must be replace. In addition to the relay checks, the fuse circuits and diode circuits should be checked also, to rule out the possibility of an open circuit condition or blown diode within the junction block as the cause of an electrical Read more […]

Kawasaki ZZR600 Ignition System Wiring Diagram

The Kawasaki ZZR600 is equipped with a battery-operated, fully transistorized, breaker less ignition system. The following schematic illustrates the Kawasaki ZZR600 ignition system wiring diagram. The transistorized ignition system functions on the same principle as a conventional DC ignition system with the pickup unit and igniter performing the tasks normally associated with the breaker points and mechanical advance system.

Kawasaki KLX 250 Coolant Temperature Warning Circuit

Kawasaki KLX 250 Coolant Temperature Warning Circuit. When the ignition switch is turned on with the transmission in neutral, the warning light flashes regardless of coolant temperature.

Kawasaki EN450 Starter Circuit Relay

The Kawasaki EN450 models starter circuit relay is a small cylindrical unit mounted in an upright position, next to the main starter relay. To check the Kawasaki EN450 Starter Circuit Relay:
Remove the rear light or left side panel. Disconnect the battery positive cable and the starter cable from the terminals on the starter relay. Don’t let the battery positive cable make contact with anything, as it would be a direct short to ground/earth.