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    Welcome

    P.M sent. I think.
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    Trinity County??

    Hey Geoxman,
    Didn't know there was another C in the county. I'm in Burnt Ranch. You?
    james king (Salado)
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    k75s "choke"

    Thanks, all, for your input. Spring is upon us here in Northern Cal, so I think I'll just try to get the bike back together and get riding. I've actually been looking at some R1200C's on the...
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    K75s "choke"

    Ted, my apologies; under better lighting, I see the wire colors are actually (1)brown and
    (1)violet/white (rather than brown/white). Hope I didn't send you on a goose chase.

    Lee, after the great...
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    K75s "choke"

    Ted: The wires are brown and brown/white. I suspect I'm showing my laziness by picking your brains before checking the manual wiring diagrams.

    Lee: I've got the ignition switch apart at the...
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    K75s choke (?)

    Hi,
    Trying to re-assemble my K75 after its' been apart for maintenance for a couple of weeks. In the wiring beneath the tank I've come across a female receptacle for a two-prong plug with a tag on...
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    crankcase breather and intake tube clamps

    Got the clamps off with a little concerted twisting and have the chamber in hand.
    This MacBook is beginning to look like a well-used shop manual.
    Thanks for the help,
    james
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    clamp removal

    Thanks for the info. While I was waiting for a reply, I probed around and found that the crankcase breather tube is in pretty bad shape and likely not doing its job. I'm guessing that's where the oil...
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    throttle body to plenum boot clamp removal

    '93 K75s: Doing a little Spring cleaning and noticed a bit of oil weeping from the forward boot connecting the throttle body to the plenum chamber. Upon removing the tube between the air flow meter...
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    fork oil change

    Thanks for all the suggestions, most of which would likely work, but I think I'll try the grinding-of-the-cheap-end-wrench routine first, as I think I have a spare 17 to donate to the cause. I got...
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    fork oil change

    Phil,
    Thanks for the info. Now that I know there's not some basic concept I'm missing, I'll give it a more concerted go. Is the bent 17mm a device of your own creation? Before I bend (break?) one of...
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    K 75 fork oil change

    Attempting this for the first time on my 93 k75s.
    I have the plastic caps off and the oil drained. The Clymers manual say to use a 22mm
    open end to hold the (retaining?) nut while backing out the...
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    left grip heat

    I have a '93 K75s with the same (left) heat grip problem. Can someone tell me if the connections are under the tank with this model, as well? Thanks. james #128571
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    Additional running lights

    Not sure if a "thread" is what's used here, but; Can anyone suggest a good brand/type of running light for mountain driving on my K75s w/ABS. The deer here can get jumpy on my way to work these...
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    k75 s cuts out

    my k75s cuts out when it gets somewhat low on fuel (maybe as much as two gallons left) and climbing a hill. runs fine once the road flattens out. any suggestions? thanks, james
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