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o4 twinpeaks 700 2 wheel 4 wheel light switchin back and forth


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From what I have read online...

For Kawasaki's, a flashing interval of 0.5 seconds indicates a malfunction with the 2WD/4WD actuator. A one second interval indicates the K-EBC actuator is malfunctioning. A two second interval indicates both actuators are malfunctioning. Should be similar, but you'll need a manual to be sure.

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