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Kawasaki KX60, KX80, KDX 80, KX 100, 1998, 1999, 2000 repair manual

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How to fix your new or used offroad motorbike with the help of this very detailed and specific Kawasaki Motorcycle & Engine Company service guide and workshop / repair manual (PDF).

Production year(s): 98, 99, 00, 1998, 1999, 2000
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Model, type / brand: KX60, KX80, KDX 80, KX 100 / Kawasaki Motorcycle & Engine Company - all trim levels and all styles covered
1998 KX 60-B4 KX 80-L1 KX 80-M1 KX 80-N1 KX 80-P1 KDX 80-B5
1989 KX 60-B5 KX 80-L2 LX 80-M2 KX 80-P2
1990 KX 60-B6 KX 80-L3 KX 80-M3 KX 80-N3 KX 80-P3 KX 100-A2
1991 KX 60-B7
1992 KX 60-B8
1993 KX 60-B9
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1994 KX 60-B10
1995 KX 60-B11
1996 KX 60-B12
1997 KX 60-B13
2000 KX 60-B16
Engine: 14.96 HP (11 kW) @ 12000 rpm, liquid cooled
Serial numbers or parts numbers: all
Kawasaki EN500, Vulcan 500 LTD 1996-2008, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 repair manual
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Language: English (some of our manuals are multilingual)

Fix the problem today! Our original full service/repair manual contains important information about troubleshooting, maintenance and overhaul. - For example: Engine, engine installation, engine removal, engine overhaul, engine assembly, engine top end, EFI (electronic fuel injection), DFI (digital fuel injection), oil change, electrics, tune-up, cylinder, cylinder head, brake service (including ABS system), brakes, park brake, drive belt, changing the spark plugs, thermostat, charging system, starter motor, battery, wiring diagram, clutch, fuel pump, alternator, electric, shock absorber, drive shaft, filter, transaxle, storage, cooling system, coolant system, wheels & tires, piston, ignition system, steering, gear transmission, instruments, shift linkage, torque specs, sprocket, hydrostatics system, muffler, valves, final drive, powertrain, throttle, intake, exhaust system, carburetor, bore/stroke, compression ratio, lubrication, drive chain, schematics, chassis, fork, DOHC, double overhead camshaft, SOHC, Single Overhead Camshaft, gearbox, replacing the fuel filter and air filter, differential, fuel system, lights, fuel tank, electronic, electrical crankshaft, propeller shaft, turbocharger, rear drive, cruise control, engine immobilizer, hydraulic system, heating, undercarriage, water pump, driveline, axle, suspension, ventilation, air conditioning (HVAC), SRS, Airbag, diesel, gasoline, gasoline, gear shift, tools, drive belts + how to use this manual.
It also contains information about: technical data, diagnostics codes, disassembly, functional checks, exploded diagram, schematic diagram, circuit diagram, parts list, periodic checks, adjustments, rebuild, service procedures, vehicle repair tips, bodywork much more information for repairing, servicing, repair instructions, inspection, replacing, failure analysis, revision or assembly.
The above listing / parts list is not exhaustive. They are only examples and refer to parts that may be present in your vehicle depending on the year / model.

Basic Kawasaki Motorbike Maintenance Tips to Do
Before you go into maintaining or servicing your bike make sure you have everything you require including the parts you want to change and the necessary tools. You'll perhaps end up with some used engine oil you'll have to throw away, so make sure you have a container you will put the rejected oil before throwing it away. Refer to Kawasaki KX60 KX80 KDX80 KX100 1998 1999 2000 Service Manual for more maintenance required tools and diagrams of different parts of the bike and how to fix them.
Once you have your tools ready, follow the steps below for useful tips on how to service your Kawasaki motorbike at home.
Check the Tires
The first step in right motorbike maintenance is checking your tires. When you want to inspect them out, you'll have to roll the bike and look at the whole edge of your front and rear tires. Observe if they are in good condition or need to be changed.
Examine Your Controls
If you care and want to know how to keep your bike in top condition, an essential maintenance step is inspecting your controls frequently. Check your brake lever, clutch, pedal, throttle, and grips to know if they are worn, out of adjustment or loose. Also look to see if the wires are routed properly or if they are rubbing or pinched anywhere.
Test Your Lights
The next step in daily Kawasaki motorbike is to test your lights. Make sure your headlight is functioning on both the high and low beam settings, do a fast examination on the tail light, and test your turn signals or marker lights. If your motorbike is fitted out with hazards, don't forget to examine those out also.
See more important parts of Kawasaki motorbike you must check daily on Kawasaki KX60 KX80 KDX80 KX100 1998 1999 2000 Service Manual here. Get a copy for yourself or workshop use.