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post #1 of 8 Old 08-12-2008, 12:49 AM Thread Starter
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hey guys well i was riding my kfx700 and all of a sudden my CHECK BELT LIGHT goes on..i checked the belt and it was fine no cracks or signs of belt slippage!!!!!so i heard that the light goes on every 100 hours...but how in the world do i RESET or TURN OFF the light on my bike????any ? please help me out kawie experts it would mean alot!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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post #2 of 8 Old 08-12-2008, 02:58 AM
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The KFX700 belt check indicator light turns on after 100 hours to cause you to take it to the dealer and get the belt checked.

Turn ignition off.


Remove Seat.


Locate the two 4 pin connectors under seat. One is black and the other is grey.


Disconnect both connectors and reconnect them to their opposite color (black to grey, grey to black).


Turn on the ignition switch.


The belt indicator light should flash.


Turn off ignition switch (note that the hour meter is reset when the key is turned on).


Disconnect the two connectors and reconnect them to their same color (black to black, grey to grey).


Turn ignition back on and confirm that the belt light is not on.


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Mine has been on for over a year now I like the red aviation glow at night.

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post #4 of 8 Old 08-12-2008, 04:41 AM
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1st welcome stuntman700

1stQuad's description is spot on, thats the way to go!!

for every time the light flashes it resets 10hrs off the counter!!

good luck!!

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go here under V-force

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hey thanks for the warm welcome KFX NANDO! so are these black and gray two 4 pin switches.. near the battery????
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The KFX700 belt check indicator light turns on after 100 hours to cause you to take it to the dealer and get the belt checked.

Turn ignition off.


Remove Seat.


Locate the two 4 pin connectors under seat. One is black and the other is grey.


Disconnect both connectors and reconnect them to their opposite color (black to grey, grey to black).


Turn on the ignition switch.


The belt indicator light should flash.


Turn off ignition switch (note that the hour meter is reset when the key is turned on).


Disconnect the two connectors and reconnect them to their same color (black to black, grey to grey).


Turn ignition back on and confirm that the belt light is not on.
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----------------I HATE TO BUT IN GUYS BUT capz sorry............but i've been searching and found nothing of course that is my situtation!!!! I even had a guy that owns a cycle shop on speakphone while i was doing this to reset the light and it still didn't not work!!! i went black to gray and vice versa and unpluged the two wire black connector if your looking at the belt housing that's on the back of it=btw there's also anoher white/clear 3 or 4 wire plug i've been trying to figure out from blow ups what that is. The light flashed quickly and all so i know i was doing it right just done understannd want i didn't even ride it.just put it in N and gave it gas and it was stilll sounding like it was in "limp mode" which basically you all know i'm sure but it sounds like your in reverse not using the override button.! Now what dound bbe going on? any suggestions? I do know this box not my cdi. but the other box that has one plug closest to the front under then seat i thik is bad and maybe that's finally went bad for good then and the light came on b/c of that@ I can't even find a website that has this box listed to tell me what it does or how much they aare. I'd love to find someone parting out there praairie orr twinpeak so i could buy both of thos boxes the cdi and the I've heard it called an ignitior box which sounds like one big relay box. All I know is it was puring gas out my overlow unttiill I while it was running unhooked it and turned key off which btw it did nthing the bike kept running fine! lol and plugged itbag in and the overflow fuel stopped! so it must controll like a fuel regulator along with no telling what else ii jusst does and don't know it. Anyone have one for sale or a junk let me know-i can sendppicccs of what i need
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are you working on a KFX700 or another kawie, just asking, couz if its not a V, most probably different

the description above applies only to the V!!

hope this helps!!

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