I did a tiny analysis….
For the 1994 Kawasaki Voyager 1200 XII I discovered (if it really is appropriate) I really want:
1986 Kawasaki Voyager XII support manual AND 1987-2003 Voyager health supplement.
Anybody know where I may get those for free of charge/low-cost???!!!
Any support is tremendously appreciated.
Reply by Candid Chris
Did you try out Clymer? They typically have fix publications on every little thing ‘automotive’.
Solution by easygoing157
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Reply by clasqm
Youngsters these times. Never know how to google.
I am getting a 91 Kawasaki Voyager XII and want to know where to discover the headlight relay.I was told that was what was incorrect with headlight not functioning an would like to know in which on the bicycle it is.I can seem to locate everything on-line as of nevertheless.I was wonderin if the relay is the switch by itself (on handlebar) or is it anything diffrent..Any help would be appreciated.Thanks an Pleased New Year to yous all!!!
Reply by bikinkawboy
I have an ’84 Voyager XIII, the six cylinder product. The relay by itself is practically nothing far more than an electrically controlled change for electricity. In other words, when you flip the essential on, a small wire energizes the relay, which then activates a much bigger change that sends juice to the headlight. A relay enables the use of a much more compact, light-weight duty change at the handlebars.
Your bicycle employs the exact same relays as mine which are also the same ones as employed on some older Toyota automobiles. Car Zone or O’Riley has Chinese manufactured ones for around $ 12-$ fourteen although a Taiwanese made one at NAPA will be around $ 24. I can’t inform any variation amongst the two efficiency sensible. My bike utilizes nine of them! They are silver colored, cylindrical shaped about an inch lengthy, fifty percent inch in diameter with spade connections on one particular end where they plug into the wiring harness. Get your aged one particular in and they can look it up.
On my bike, there is 3 inside of the junction box behind the facet cover which also has normal automotive fuses. Mine has extra relays on the other side around the battery in which they plug into soft rubber connectors connected to the wiring harness. Given that your gas tank is underneath the seat, yours could be elsewhere but check at the junction-fuse box first. They’re pretty tough to overlook.
Typically moments you can explain to when they’re bad or heading negative since when the change is on, the bad ones will come to feel warm or hot to the touch.