Kawasaki Ninja Owners Manual: Trip Meters

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The trip meter has two meters which distinguished between the “TRIP A” and “TRIP B”. The trip meter shows the distance in kilometers or miles traveled since it was last reset to zero.

TRIP A: 0.0 9999.9


TRIP B: 0.0 9999.9


Trip Meters


A. Trip Meter

B. “TRIP A”

To reset the trip meter:

NOTE

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