Question about 1985 Yamaha FZ 750 FT (U.S.)
Hi anna,, i had one of these babies,, the battery is history sweety,,
if the battery is a new one tho ,, then solonoid needs to be looked at,,
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
Got a charger and it ended up being a dead battery.---- If that's the original battery, it's probably toast. You'll probably do well to search for a replacement at this point. Bike batteries are generally considered short-lived. The longest lasting battery I ever had in a bike went 9 years*. But that's so far away from a normal lifespan it's almost ridiculous. I suppose the average is more like 4-6 years but the modern, Maintenance-Free types seem the best.
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
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