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    Re: 1996 kawasaki 750 sts cdi question

    can you replace the front and rear crank case seals with out splitting the case?

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    Re: 1996 kawasaki 750 sts cdi question

    No.
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    Re: 1996 kawasaki 750 sts cdi question

    so I found rtv on the end of my crank bolt. is that required for reinstallation? if so what type?

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    Re: 1996 kawasaki 750 sts cdi question

    No rtv. I use a dab of blue Loctite.
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    Re: 1996 kawasaki 750 sts cdi question

    Not trying to confuse the issue, but I like using a dab of
    silicone, 1211, or loctite 515 as a substitute for loctite.

    It works out as a stronger than blue loctite, and weaker
    than red loctite.

    A drawback to using these in place of blue loctite is that
    if you use too much silicone, you may fill the bottom of the
    bolt hole, and hydrolock the hole. When this happens the
    bolt or stud is bottoming out before it tightens (the flywheel
    or head for example). But I have seen bolt holes filled with
    blue or red loctite too.

    So, whatever you use, a dab should do.


    Bill M.

    And inspect bolt holes for excessive goop, before you assemble
    anything.
    Last edited by wmazz; 06-28-2022 at 01:12 AM.
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    Re: 1996 kawasaki 750 sts cdi question

    UPDATE

    got the whole ski back together and it RUNS! thnx for the help. however I have a new issue I can only start the ski by jumping the relay with a screw driver. how do I test the relay and how do I test the start button?

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