The Kawasaki KL250 Super Sherpa requires the throttle free play, idle speed, and brake fluid be inspected every 600 miles. Keep your Super Sherpa dual sport motorcycle in top condition by following the full periodic maintenance chart in the Cyclepedia Online Service Manual.
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The Cyclepedia Kawasaki KL250 Super Sherpa online service manual features detailed, full-color photographs and wiring diagrams, complete specifications with step-by-step procedures performed and written by a veteran Kawasaki dealer trained motorcycle technician.
This manual provides repair information for 1997 – 2010 Kawasaki KL250 Super Sherpa dual-sport motorcycles.
The Super Sherpa is also the base model for the Kawasaki KL250 Stockman farm utility motorcycle.
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Carburetor Assembly, Carburetor Disassembly, Carburetor Installation, Carburetor Removal, Fuel Level Adjustment, Fuel Petcock
Drive Chain, Engine Sprocket, Rear Wheel Sprocket
Charging System, Digital Display Meter, Fuses, Ignition System, Lighting System, Starter Motor, Starter System, Switches, Wiring Diagrams
Camshaft, Clutch Installation, Clutch Removal and Inspection, Crankcase Assembly, Crankcase Bearings, Crankcase Splitting, Crankshaft and Rod, Cylinder Head, Engine Installation, Engine Removal, External Gearshift Mechanism, Left Side Engine Components, Oil Pump, Piston and Cylinder, Right Side Engine Components, Transmission Assembly, Transmission Removal, Valve Guide Replacement, Valve Lapping, Valves
Fork Assembly, Fork Disassembly, Fork Removal and Installation
Front Brake Caliper, Front Brake Rotor, Front Master Cylinder
Kawasaki KL250 Super Sherpa Wheels
Bearing Replacement, Front Wheel, Rear Wheel, Wheel Inspection
Kawasaki KL250 Super Sherpa Periodic Maintenance
Air Filter Servicing, Brake Fluid, Brake Inspection, Clutch Cable Adjustment, Compression Check, Drive Chain Adjustment, Engine Idle Speed, Engine Oil, Fuel Line, Periodic Maintenance Chart, Spark Arrestor, Spark Plug, Steering Head Inspection and Adjustment, Suspension Inspection, Throttle Free Play, Tires, Valve Clearance, Valve Clearance Adjustment Charts
Kawasaki KL250 Super Sherpa Rear Brake
Rear Brake Caliper, Rear Brake Master Cylinder, Rear Brake Rotor
Kawasaki KL250 Super Sherpa Rear Suspension
Shock Absorber, Swing Arm
Kawasaki KL250 Super Sherpa Steering
Kawasaki KL250 Super Sherpa Quick Reference
Specifications, Torque Specs, VIN and Engine Number
Kawasaki KL250 Super Sherpa External Components
Air Box, Bodywork, Brake Pedal, Chain Guards, Engine Guard, Exhaust System, Footpegs, Fuel Tank, Handlebars, Rear Fender, Seat, Side Stand
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