Kawasaki Ninja Owners Manual: Fuel Level Warning Indicator Light

Kawasaki Ninja Owners Manual / General information / Meter instruments / Warning/Indicator Lights / Fuel Level Warning Indicator Light

: The fuel level warning
indicators are activated when approximately 3.8 L (1.0 US gal) of fuel remains as follows: For models without KIBS:

Fuel Level Warning Indicator Light


A. Fuel Level Warning Indicator Light

B. “FUEL” Indication

The fuel level warning indicator light ( ) goes
on and “FUEL” blinks in the multifunction display.

For models equipped with KIBS:

For models equipped with KIBS


A. Warning Indicator Light (Yellow)

B. “FUEL” Indication

C. Warning Symbol (  )


The yellow warning indicator light and warning symbol (
 ) goes on, and “FUEL” blinks in the multifunction display.

Refuel at the earliest opportunity when the fuel level warning indicator light goes on and “FUEL” blinks.

When vehicle stands with side stand, the fuel level warning indicator light cannot show the amount of fuel in the fuel tank exactly. Stand upright the vehicle to check the fuel level.

NOTE

When pushing the upper button while “FUEL” is displayed, the multifunction display can be shifted to odometer mode.

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