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 Kawasaki Belt light reset for 650/750 Brute Force

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PostSubject: Kawasaki Belt light reset for 650/750 Brute Force   Fri Aug 15, 2008 7:52 am

"the reset procedure is similar to 650 700. Unplug 2 pin conector going to belt switch. Unplug black conector under seat , unplug white conector beside it ( white plug is a reset plug which has no wires conected to it from machine) Plug reset plug into black plug turn key to on , turn off. plug everything back to stock. You are done."


1) remove seat, unplug black and grey 4-pin connectors
2) swap plugs, grey to black and black to grey
3) turn on ignition switch, belt light should be flashing quickly
4) disconnect 2-pin belt switch above torque converter cover, belt light should be flashing slowly
5) let flash for at least 5 seconds
6) turn off ignition switch
7) reconnect 4-pin connectors black to black and grey to grey, reconnect 2-pin belt switch
Cool turn on ignition switch to confirm belt light is out

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PostSubject: Re: Kawasaki Belt light reset for 650/750 Brute Force   Fri Aug 15, 2008 11:48 am

Had to do this to the Arctic Cat V-2 I had. Really simple.
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