The seat in the Kawasaki Mojave 250 covers the carburetor of this ATV. Removal of the seat is essential when performing maintenance on the fuel system. It takes just a few minutes to remove the seat, as the screws are easily accessible from behind the seat. Ensure that he ATV is powered off before performing maintenance.
Things You'll Need
- Socket set
- Socket wrench
Ensure that the ATV is parked on a flat surface. Turn the ignition off.
Locate the bolts on the rear plastic molding. They should be under the molding. Unscrew them with a socket wrench. Place the molding to the side.
Unscrew the two bolts under the back of the seat on the frame. Unscrew them with a socket wrench.
Pry the back of the seat up by hand. Pull it away from the ATV.
- "Kawasaki KSF250 Mojave 87-04 Clymer Repair Manual"; Clymer; 2004
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