Is there a way to reset a Kawasaki Prairie Belt switch?
Many Prairie owners opt to deal with the problem by riding with the light on, since there is no visible way of resetting the light. Doing so is dangerous, however, as the light will not be able to warn you of potential belt problems. Luckily, resetting the light is a quick task that can put an end to your frustration.
What does the belt light on a Kawasaki Prairie mean?
An illuminated belt light on your Kawasaki Prairie’s instrument panel is usually an indication that the ATV’s belt is ready for replacement or adjustment. But, once the belt is taken care off, the light has a habit of sticking around.
Where is the ignition switch on a Kawasaki Prairie?
Unplug the gray and black wiring connectors, located above the CVT belt cover. Plug the male gray connector into the female black connector and the male black connector into the female gray connector. Turn your Prairie’s ignition switch to the On position.
How do I check my belt on my Kawasaki ATV?
Models equipped with a Drive Belt Check system may alert you to check your belt by illuminating a light on the instrument cluster. Machines equipped with the Drive Belt Failure Detection System are put into a slowmode when the system is tripped.
Where is the belt failure sensor on a Kawasaki Prairie?
Let your Prairie cool for at least 15 minutes. Follow the belt failure sensor’s wiring from the rectangular box above the CVT belt cover on the right side of the motor to your Prairie’s wiring harness. Unplug the wiring’s 2-pin connector from the harness. Unplug the gray and black wiring connectors, located above the CVT belt cover.
Do you need to reset the belt light on an ATV?
The belt warning system on your ATV must be PROPERLY reset and should not be disabled or tampered with. This manual will show you how to properly reset it. Don’t get stranded out in the middle of nowhere without the information you need to reset your belt light and get back on the trail.
Why do I need to reset my belt on my Kawasaki ATV?
Letting your battery get too low or drawing too much power from accessories could trip the system. When the system trips your ATV will feel like it needs a carb cleaning as it will studder and stumble. The belt warning system on your ATV must be PROPERLY reset and should not be disabled or tampered with.