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how to set the clock

I cant find the gauges section on the pdf manual.......no table of contents with gauges.......wth??

I just want to set the clock!!

been so long I cant remember how
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im looking 1 sec

07zx10r se with parts and stuff

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sorry, I just found it in the electrical section........


I got it...........thanks anyways
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sorry, I just found it in the electrical section........


I got it...........thanks anyways
Well, I've just bought my bike, which didn't come with a user manual, so I'd love to know. Please tell
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yeah we changed our daylight savings few months back and wouldn't mind knowing
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post #6 of 10 Old 06-10-2009, 07:23 AM Thread Starter
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Hit mode to the clock setting.

Push & hold reset for 2+ seconds.]
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then push reset again.

press mode to change time

press reset again to switch to hour

holding the reset and hitting it again is the key.



at least that's the procedure for the faster 04 model. ;)

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I found the answer in the Owners Manual. You can go to the Kawaski site and view online under "Owners Center" and then "Owner's & Service Manuals". This link is for the 2011 ZX-10R model. Manual Once you have it open, if you click on "General Information" on the left you will be in the section that gives you instructions on setting numerous things. The clock is on page 43.
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I think he probably found the info in the old testament. lol

This thread is only six years old..
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