Kawasaki Ninja Owners Manual: Coolant Temperature Meter

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The coolant temperature gauge indicates temperature of the engine coolant. The “ ” symbol is displayed
if the coolant temperature meter is selected.

Coolant Temperature Meter


A. Coolant Temperature Meter

B. Warning Indicator Light (Red)

C. “ ” Symbol


When the coolant temperature rises to above 40°C (104°F), the numerical value of the coolant temperature at the present state is displayed.


If the coolant temperature rises to above 120°C (248°F), “HI” is displayed and starts blinking and the red warning indicator light also goes on. This warns the operator that the coolant temperature is too high. Stop the engine and check the coolant level in the reserve tank after the engine cools down.


NOTICE

Do not let the engine continue running when the coolant temperature shows “HI”. Prolonged engine operation will result in severe engine damage from overheating.

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