level in the tank goes down, the seg-
ments disappear one by one from F
(full) to E (empty).
When the fuel level warning indica-
tor and E (empty) blink, refer to the
"When Warning Indicators Go On or
Blink" of Indicators in this chapter.
Power Mode Indicator
Refer to the Power Mode section in
the HOW TO RIDE THE MOTORCY-
KTRC Mode Indicator
Refer to the Kawasaki TRaction Con-
trol (KTRC) section in the HOW TO
RIDE THE MOTORCYCLE chapter.
This motorcycle has a combination
key, which is used for the ignition
switch/steering lock, seat lock, and fuel
This motorcycle is equipped with an
immobilizer system to protect your mo-
torcycle from theft.
has two ignition keys. Store the one
ignition key and the key tag in a safe
place. If all ignition keys are lost, regis-
tering new codes for replacement igni-
tion keys into the electronic control unit
is impossible. Registering additional ig-
nition key should be done by an au-
thorized Kawasaki dealer. Blank keys
are available at your Kawasaki dealers.
Ask your dealer to make any additional
spare keys you may need, using your
original key as a master. To make ad-
ditional ignition keys, take the vehicle
along with all ignition keys to an au-
thorized Kawasaki dealer to have them
re-registered. Up to five ignition keys