Main Motorcycle: T595 Daytona
Join Date: Sep 2005
Location: Tasmania Australia
Other Motorcycle: Kawasaki 1400 GTR
Extra Motorcycle: Z1502 Kawasaki-6
James, Fivehundo is correct about the plastic disconnects, but if you are careful they should prove no problems.
1. Make sure the fuel cap is secure
2. Remove both seats, the seat cowling and the tank cover at the front of the tank.
3. Mark or tag each fuel hose with the location of its socket on the tank to prevent confusion on installation - the hoes must be fitted the same round. The feed and return hose unions and the outlets from the tank are self sealing , so there is no need to worry about fuel spillage when releasing them. Hold each hose union in turn and press the retaining clip in - the hose will spring out of its socket.
4. Release the clamp securing the hose to the fuel pressure regulator and detach the hose.
5. Unscrew the bolt securing the rear of the tank. Unscrew the bolt securing each tank support rubber at the front and remove them, noting how they fit. If required raise the rear of the tank using a small block of wood.
6. Mark or tag the drain and breather hoses on the left hand-side of the tank so they can be installed on the correct union. Detach the hoses from the unions.
7. Disconnect the fuel pump wiring connector. Trace the the wiring from the fuel level sensor on the underside of the tank and disconnect it at the connector.
8. Carefully lift the tank off the bike and remove it.
9. Discard the O - ring on each fuel hose union as new ones must be used. Inspect the tank support rubbers for damage or deteration and replace them with new ones if necessary, noting the collared sleeve that fits inside. Anyway thats it hope this helps, Oh also do not turn the key on while tank is off the bike. Good luck mate,
Cya The Tankman
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