steven at bixbys.net
Thu Jun 21 17:15:46 PDT 2012
I've actually dug around a Kawasaki speedo/odo/tripmeter unit a couple of
times. The tripmeter is what was nonfunctional, not the odometer.
What I found is that the odometer was a semi-sealed unit that appeared it
would just spit out springs and gears if I got anywhere close to opening it
up. I think they make it somewhat difficult to access for sake of avoiding
The trip meter was a bit easier, of course, and in the end it decided to
start working on it's own. I figured it just needed a little dust or lint
blown out to fix it.
On Thu, Jun 21, 2012 at 4:47 PM, schnowz <schnowz at att.net> wrote:
> Has anyone repaired an Odometer - the speedos still working but the
> Odometer has crapped out at 171,000 + miles.
> Just got the bike running smooth again after cutting out the green
> snot that was on the ignition wires under the boot. If anyone has a source
> for Boot' s besides the OEM let me know..
> Pete S
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