Kawasaki FD671D/FD711D 4–stroke liquid-cooled v-twin gasoline engine Service Manual Carburetor and internal parts Spark plugs Magneto or electronic ignition system Fuel filter element Air cleaner elements Crankcase Cylinder heads Breather chamber and internal parts Intake pipe and tube Carefully read the relevant section to eliminate unneeded work before beginning to service the engine. Photos, Thorough descriptions, notes, caveats, warnings, and diagrams are included wherever needed. However, A comprehensive report has limits, a specific amount of fundamental knowledge is necessary for work that was successful Particularly notice the following: Grime Before disassembly and removal, clean the engine. Any dirt going into alternative parts, carburetor, or the engine, will Battery Earth Take away the earth (--) lead from your battery before performing any disassembly procedures on the gear.This prevents: discharges at electric connections that will happen when they're disconnected. damage to electric components.the engine over while partly disassembled.Normally, when installing a component with screws, nuts, or several bolts, begin them all and tighten them to a comfortable fit. Then tighten them equally, in a staggered sequence. That is to prevent distortion of the component and causing Oil or gasoline leakage. When loosening nuts, the bolts, or screws loosen them all by of a quarter Of then remove them and a turn. Where there's a tightening sequence indicator the bolts, in this Service Manual,Screws, or nuts should be tightened in procedure and the sequence suggested.