• Share
  • Email
  • Embed
  • Like
  • Save
  • Private Content
Kawasaki ninja 250 r service manual

Kawasaki ninja 250 r service manual






Total Views
Views on SlideShare
Embed Views



2 Embeds 5

https://twitter.com 3
http://activekawasakininja.jusst.us 2



Upload Details

Uploaded via as Adobe PDF

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
Post Comment
Edit your comment

    Kawasaki ninja 250 r service manual Kawasaki ninja 250 r service manual Document Transcript

    • Ninja 250R MotorcycleService Manual
    • Quick Reference Guide General Information 1 j Periodic Maintenance 2 j Fuel System 3 j Cooling System 4 j Engine Top End 5 j Clutch 6 j Engine Lubrication System 7 j Engine Removal/Installation 8 j Crankshaft/Transmission 9 j Wheels/Tires 10 j Final Drive 11 j Brakes 12 j Suspension 13 j Steering 14 j Frame 15 j Electrical System 16 jThis quick reference guide will assist Appendix 17 jyou in locating a desired topic or pro-cedure.•Bend the pages back to match the black tab of the desired chapter num- ber with the black tab on the edge at each table of contents page.•Refer to the sectional table of contents for the exact pages to locate the spe- cific topic required. Download Here http://goo.gl/qTODp
    • Ninja 250R Motorcycle Service Manual All rights reserved. No parts of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, ortransmitted in any form or by any means, electronic mechanical photocopying, recording or otherwise,without the prior written permission of Quality Assurance Division/Consumer Products & MachineryCompany/Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd., Japan. No liability can be accepted for any inaccuracies or omissions in this publication, although every possiblecare has been taken to make it as complete and accurate as possible. The right is reserved to make changes at any time without prior notice and without incurring an obligationto make such changes to products manufactured previously. See your Motorcycle dealer for the latestinformation on product improvements incorporated after this publication. All information contained in this publication is based on the latest product information available at the timeof publication. Illustrations and photographs in this publication are intended for reference use only and maynot depict actual model component parts.© 2007 Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd. First Edition (1): Nov. 15, 2007 (M)
    • LIST OF ABBREVIATIONSA ampere(s) lb pound(s)ABDC after bottom dead center m meter(s)AC alternating current min minute(s)ATDC after top dead center N newton(s)BBDC before bottom dead center Pa pascal(s)BDC bottom dead center PS horsepowerBTDC before top dead center psi pound(s) per square inch°C degree(s) Celsius r revolutionDC direct current rpm revolution(s) per minuteF farad(s) TDC top dead center°F degree(s) Fahrenheit TIR total indicator readingft foot, feet V volt(s)g gram(s) W watt(s)h hour(s) Ω ohm(s)L liter(s) COUNTRY AND AREA CODESAT Austria GB United KingdomAU Australia MY MalaysiaCA Canada US United StatesCAL California ID IndonesiaCH Switzerland PH PhilippinesDE Germany WVTA Whole Vehicle Type ApprovalFR France
    • EMISSION CONTROL INFORMATION To protect the environment in which we all live, Kawasaki has incorporated crankcase emis- sion (1) and exhaust emission (2) control systems in compliance with applicable regulations of the United States Environmental Protection Agency and California Air Resources Board. Addi- tionally, Kawasaki has incorporated an evaporative emission control system (3) in compliance with applicable regulations of the California Air Resources Board on vehicles sold in California only. 1. Crankcase Emission Control System This system eliminates the release of crankcase vapors into the atmosphere. Instead, the vapors are routed through an oil separator to the inlet side of the engine. While the engine is operating, the vapors are drawn into combustion chamber, where they are burned along with the fuel and air supplied by the fuel injection system. 2. Exhaust Emission Control System This system reduces the amount of pollutants discharged into the atmosphere by the exhaust of this motorcycle. The fuel, ignition, and exhaust systems of this motorcycle have been carefully designed and constructed to ensure an efficient engine with low exhaust pollutant levels. The exhaust system of this model motorcycle manufactured primarily for sale in California in- cludes a catalytic converter system. 3. Evaporative Emission Control System Vapors caused by fuel evaporation in the fuel system are not vented into the atmosphere. In- stead, fuel vapors are routed into the running engine to be burned, or stored in a canister when the engine is stopped. Liquid fuel is caught by a vapor separator and returned to the fuel tank. The Clean Air Act, which is the Federal law covering motor vehicle pollution, contains what is commonly referred to as the Act’s “tampering provisions”. “Sec. 203(a) The following acts and the causing thereof are prohibited... (3)(A) for any person to remove or render inoperative any device or element of design installed on or in a motor vehicle or motor vehicle engine in compliance with regulations under this title prior to its sale and delivery to the ultimate purchaser, or for any manufacturer or dealer knowingly to remove or render inoperative any such device or element of design after such sale and delivery to the ultimate purchaser. (3)(B) for any person engaged in the business of repairing, servicing, selling, leasing, or trading motor vehicles or motor vehicle engines, or who operates a fleet of motor vehicles know- ingly to remove or render inoperative any device or element of design installed on or in a motor vehicle or motor vehicle engine in compliance with regulations under this title follow- ing its sale and delivery to the ultimate purchaser...” NOTE○The phrase “remove or render inoperative any device or element of design” has been generally interpreted as follows. 1. Tampering does not include the temporary removal or rendering inoperative of de- vices or elements of design in order to perform maintenance. 2. Tampering could include. a.Maladjustment of vehicle components such that the emission standards are ex- ceeded. b.Use of replacement parts or accessories which adversely affect the performance or durability of the motorcycle. c.Addition of components or accessories that result in the vehicle exceeding the stan- dards. d.Permanently removing, disconnecting, or rendering inoperative any component or element of design of the emission control systems.WE RECOMMEND THAT ALL DEALERS OBSERVE THESE PROVISIONS OF FEDERAL LAW, THE VIOLATION OF WHICH IS PUNISHABLE BY CIVIL PENALTIES NOT EXCEEDING $10 000 PER VIOLATION.
    • TAMPERING WITH NOISE CONTROL SYSTEM PROHIBITED Federal law prohibits the following acts or the causing thereof. (1) The removal or renderinginoperative by any person other than for purposes of maintenance, repair, or replacement, of anydevice or element of design incorporated into any new vehicle for the purpose of noise controlprior to its sale or delivery to the ultimate purchaser or while it is in use, or (2) the use of thevehicle after such device or element of design has been removed or rendered inoperative byany person. Among those acts presumed to constitute tampering are the acts listed below.• Replacement of the original exhaust system or muffler with a component not in compliance with Federal regulations.• Removal of the muffler(s) or any internal portion of the muffler(s).• Removal of the air box or air box cover.• Modifications to the muffler(s) or air inlet system by cutting, drilling, or other means if such modifications result in increased noise levels.
    • Foreword This manual is designed primarily for use by The Quick Reference Guide shows you alltrained mechanics in a properly equipped shop. of the product’s system and assists in locatingHowever, it contains enough detail and basic in- their chapters. Each chapter in turn has its ownformation to make it useful to the owner who de- comprehensive Table of Contents.sires to perform his own basic maintenance and For example, if you want ignition coil informa-repair work. A basic knowledge of mechanics, tion, use the Quick Reference Guide to locatethe proper use of tools, and workshop proce- the Electrical System chapter. Then, use thedures must be understood in order to carry out Table of Contents on the first page of the chap-maintenance and repair satisfactorily. When- ter to find the ignition coil section.ever the owner has insufficient experience or Whenever you see these WARNING anddoubts his ability to do the work, all adjust- CAUTION symbols, heed their instructions!ments, maintenance, and repair should be car- Always follow safe operating and maintenanceried out only by qualified mechanics. practices. In order to perform the work efficiently and WARNINGto avoid costly mistakes, read the text, thor-oughly familiarize yourself with the procedures This warning symbol identifies specialbefore starting work, and then do the work care- instructions or procedures which, if notfully in a clean area. Whenever special tools or correctly followed, could result in per-equipment are specified, do not use makeshift sonal injury, or loss of life.tools or equipment. Precision measurementscan only be made if the proper instruments are CAUTIONused, and the use of substitute tools may ad- This caution symbol identifies specialversely affect safe operation. instructions or procedures which, if not For the duration of the warranty period, strictly observed, could result in dam-we recommend that all repairs and scheduled age to or destruction of equipment.maintenance be performed in accordance withthis service manual. Any owner maintenance or This manual contains four more symbols (inrepair procedure not performed in accordance addition to WARNING and CAUTION) which willwith this manual may void the warranty. help you distinguish different types of informa- To get the longest life out of your vehicle: tion.• Follow the Periodic Maintenance Chart in the Service Manual. NOTE• Be alert for problems and non-scheduled ○This note symbol indicates points of par- maintenance. ticular interest for more efficient and con-• Use proper tools and genuine Kawasaki Mo- venient operation. torcycle parts. Special tools, gauges, and testers that are necessary when servicing • Indicates a procedural step or work to be done. Kawasaki motorcycles are introduced by the Service Manual. Genuine parts provided as ○Indicates a procedural sub-step or how to do the work of the procedural step it follows. It spare parts are listed in the Parts Catalog. also precedes the text of a NOTE.• Follow the procedures in this manual care- fully. Don’t take shortcuts. Indicates a conditional step or what action to take based on the results of the test or inspec-• Remember to keep complete records of main- tenance and repair with dates and any new tion in the procedural step or sub-step it fol- lows. parts installed. In most chapters an exploded view illustration of the system components follows the Table of How to Use This Manual Contents. In these illustrations you will find the In this manual, the product is divided into its instructions indicating which parts require spec-major systems and these systems make up the ified tightening torque, oil, grease or a lockingmanual’s chapters. agent during assembly.
    • GENERAL INFORMATION 1-1 General Information Table of Contents 1Before Servicing ..................................................................................................................... 1-2Model Identification................................................................................................................. 1-7General Specifications............................................................................................................ 1-8Unit Conversion Table ............................................................................................................ 1-11
    • 1-2 GENERAL INFORMATIONBefore Servicing Before starting to perform an inspection service or carry out a disassembly and reassembly opera-tion on a motorcycle, read the precautions given below. To facilitate actual operations, notes, illustra-tions, photographs, cautions, and detailed descriptions have been included in each chapter wherevernecessary. This section explains the items that require particular attention during the removal andreinstallation or disassembly and reassembly of general parts. Especially note the following.Battery Ground Before completing any service on the motorcycle, discon-nect the battery cables from the battery to prevent the en-gine from accidentally turning over. Disconnect the groundcable (–) first and then the positive (+). When completedwith the service, first connect the positive (+) cable to thepositive (+) terminal of the battery then the negative (–) ca-ble to the negative terminal.Edges of Parts Lift large or heavy parts wearing gloves to prevent injuryfrom possible sharp edges on the parts.Solvent Use a high-flush point solvent when cleaning parts. High-flush point solvent should be used according to directionsof the solvent manufacturer.Cleaning vehicle before disassembly Clean the vehicle thoroughly before disassembly. Dirt orother foreign materials entering into sealed areas during ve-hicle disassembly can cause excessive wear and decreaseperformance of the vehicle.
    • GENERAL INFORMATION 1-3Before ServicingArrangement and Cleaning of Removed Parts Disassembled parts are easy to confuse. Arrange theparts according to the order the parts were disassembledand clean the parts in order prior to assembly.Storage of Removed Parts After all the parts including subassembly parts have beencleaned, store the parts in a clean area. Put a clean clothor plastic sheet over the parts to protect from any foreignmaterials that may collect before re-assembly.Inspection Reuse of worn or damaged parts may lead to serious ac-cident. Visually inspect removed parts for corrosion, discol-oration, or other damage. Refer to the appropriate sectionsof this manual for service limits on individual parts. Replacethe parts if any damage has been found or if the part is be-yond its service limit.Replacement Parts Replacement Parts must be KAWASAKI genuine orrecommended by KAWASAKI. Gaskets, O-rings, oil seals,grease seals, circlips or cotter pins must be replaced withnew ones whenever disassembled.Assembly Order In most cases assembly order is the reverse of disassem-bly, however, if assembly order is provided in this ServiceManual, follow the procedures given.
    • 1-4 GENERAL INFORMATIONBefore ServicingTightening Sequence Generally, when installing a part with several bolts, nuts,or screws, start them all in their holes and tighten them toa snug fit. Then tighten them according to the specified se-quence to prevent case warpage or deformation which canlead to malfunction. Conversely when loosening the bolts,nuts, or screws, first loosen all of them by about a quar-ter turn and then remove them. If the specified tighteningsequence is not indicated, tighten the fasteners alternatingdiagonally.Tightening Torque Incorrect torque applied to a bolt, nut, or screw maylead to serious damage. Tighten fasteners to the specifiedtorque using a good quality torque wrench.Force Use common sense during disassembly and assembly,excessive force can cause expensive or hard to repair dam-age. When necessary, remove screws that have a non-permanent locking agent applied using an impact driver.Use a plastic-faced mallet whenever tapping is necessary.Gasket, O-ring Hardening, shrinkage, or damage of both gaskets andO-rings after disassembly can reduce sealing performance.Remove the old gaskets and clean the sealing surfacesthoroughly so that no gasket material or other material re-mains. Install the new gaskets and replace the used O-ringswhen re-assemblingLiquid Gasket, Non-permanent Locking Agent For applications that require Liquid Gasket or aNon-permanent Locking Agent, clean the surfaces sothat no oil residue remains before applying liquid gasket ornon-permanent locking agent. Do not apply them exces-sively. Excessive application can clog oil passages andcause serious damage.
    • GENERAL INFORMATION 1-5Before ServicingPress For items such as bearings or oil seals that must bepressed into place, apply small amount of oil to the con-tact area. Be sure to maintain proper alignment and usesmooth movements when installing.Ball Bearing and Needle Bearing Do not remove pressed ball or needle unless removal isabsolutely necessary. Replace with new ones wheneverremoved. Press bearings with the manufacturer and sizemarks facing out. Press the bearing into place by puttingpressure on the correct bearing race as shown. Pressing the incorrect race can cause pressure betweenthe inner and outer race and result in bearing damage.Oil Seal, Grease Seal Do not remove pressed oil or grease seals unless removalis necessary. Replace with new ones whenever removed.Press new oil seals with manufacture and size marks facingout. Make sure the seal is aligned properly when installing. Apply specified grease to the lip of seal before installingthe seal.Circlips, Cotter Pins Replace the circlips or cotter pins that were removed withnew ones. Take care not to open the clip excessively wheninstalling to prevent deformation. Download Here : http://goo.gl/qTODp