How Do You Change The Oil In A Kawasaki Vulcan 2000 Classic LT?
With the largest displacement motor available on a production motorcycle to date, Kawasaki’s Vulcan 2000 cruiser has a reputation for unbridled power. Arriving in 2006, the Classic LT edition tones down the modernist look with a classically shaped headlight and luggage. Keeping this 2053cc monster roadworthy, however, requires a regular maintenance routine, including periodic replacement of the engine oil and oil filter. As one of the most basic jobs required by the Vulcan, changing the oil is fairly straightforward and can usually be accomplished in less than half an hour. Warm the engine’s oil by starting the motorcycle and letting it run for five minutes. Once the oil has warmed, stop the motor and turn off the ignition switch. Place an oil pan directly below the oil filter. Use an oil filter wrench attached to a socket wrench to loosen and remove the oil filter, which can be discarded immediately. Allow the oil to flow from the motor until it stops. Locate the oil drain plug under