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ivahandle

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ivahandle says:

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hi just put back engine on vn1500 new cam chains  ive 2 sensors vacuum and atmospheric it looks like this one goes topressure t/peice cant find any thing to go  on orther one or is thisleft just openend cant find any thing in work manuel  cheers any help    kawasaki vn1500  2002:sunglasses: 

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kcmc

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kcmc says:

VN 1500 what?

Two sensors were????????:huh:

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paulderekjohnson

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What year

and model is your bike?

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smidget

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smidget says:

Hi

More information needed as per KCMC and PDJ.


At a guess you will find that the atmospheric sensor will be open ended and the vacuum one will be connected to the inlet system.


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