Kawasaki Ninja Owners Manual: Instrument display brightness control

Kawasaki Ninja Owners Manual / General information / Meter instruments / Instrument display brightness control

The brightness of the tachometer LED segments and illumination of the multifunction meter are controlled automatically depending on the ambient brightness.

Instrument display brightness control


A. Tachometer

B. Ambient Brightness Sensor

C. Multifunction Meter

NOTE

Be careful not to cover the ambient brightness sensor on the meter instrument while riding the motorcycle.

Instrument Display Brightness Adjustment

The brightness of the instrument display can be adjusted manually in three levels while the motorcycle is at a stop.

Tachometer
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Multifunction Meter
A. Multifunction Display Odometer Trip Meters Current Mileage Average Mileage Fuel consumption Stop Watch B. Speedometer C. Gear Position Indicator D. Power Mode Indicator E. S ...

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