Complete factory shop manual including electrical wiring diagrams for 2004 Kawasaki KLV1000 Motorcycle. It's the same service manual used by dealers that guaranteed to be fully functional and intact without any missing page to save your precious time.
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529 pages; Kawasaki KLV1000 (LV1000-A1) Motorcycle Service Manual 2004
FUEL DELIVERY SYSTEM
The fuel delivery system consists of the fuel tank, fuel pump, fuel filters, fuel feed hose, fuel delivery pipe (including fuel injectors) and fuel pressure regulator. There is no fuel return hose. The fuel in the fuel tank is pumped up by the fuel pump and pressurized fuel flows into the injector installed in the fuel delivery pipe.
Fuel pressure is regulated by the fuel pressure regulator. As the fuel pressure applied to the fuel injector (the fuel pressure in the fuel delivery pipe) is always kept at absolute fuel pressure of 300 kPa (3.0 kgf/cm2, 43 psi), the fuel is injected into the throttle body in conic dispersion when the injector opens according to the injection signal from the ECM.
The fuel relieved by the fuel pressure regulator flows back to the fuel tank.
The electric fuel pump is mounted at the bottom of the fuel tank, which consists of the armature, magnet, impeller, brush, check valve and relief valve. The ECM controls its ON/OFF operation as controlled under the FUEL PUMP CONTROL SYSTEM.
When electrical energy is supplied to the fuel pump, the motor in the pump runs and together with the impeller.
This causes a pressure difference to occur on both sides of the impeller as there are many grooves around it. Then the fuel is drawn through the inlet port, and with its pressure increased, it is discharged through the outlet port. The fuel pump has a check valve to keep some pressure in the fuel feed hose even when the fuel pump is stopped. Also, the relief valve is equipped in the fuel pump, which releases pressurized fuel to the fuel tank when the outlet of the fuel pressure has increased up to 450 – 600 kPa (4.5 – 6.0 kgf/cm2, 64 – 85 psi).