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Battery Question How do I charge the battery? I know how to just I can't locate the battery. I am assuming it's under the seat. How do I remove the seat? How do I get at the battery wherever it is?

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Tools .... socket and rachet remove the seat remove the air box side panel remove the reast of the side panel with sead tools all 8 MM bolts

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remove the two bolts on the sides of the seat (also mounting bolts for the rear # plates)

the battery is laying on its side near the from of the sub frame (seat support) with the terminals facing the front.

IMPORTANT!!! do not ever try and jumpstart this bike!! remove the batt from the bike before charging.

you will blow fuses, relays, and bulbs if you dont follow this.!!!!
possibly even the ECM could fry.

take the time to remove the bat. and i would recommend a "battery tender" to keep her all charged up

feel free to ask me anything else!!!

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I Have Honda Shadow 400s. My battery is dead adn I want to replace it but cant locate it. i removed the side covers and its not their. I assume its under the sit but after I remove all screws sit still...


Hi and welcome to FixYa,

To your concern:
  • Where is the battery and how do I change it?
Under the seat inside the battery box. In some versions, there are 3 Phillips screws that hold the cover. Pls note the location of the +/- battery terminals. Not all batteries have the same location/position of the terminals. If the battery has not been replaced for some time, dipping the battery terminal connector in very hot water would remove corrosion.
  • How do I remove the sit if needed?
If I remember right, just 2 Allen screws (left & right) between the seat and pillion (rear/passenger seat). I have seen version where there is a third screw at the back of the pillion. Once all screws are removed, lift the rear seat slightly and pull back (towards the rear of the bike). The front/driver seat also would require a slight lift and pull back.

Pls post back result(s). Good luck and Thank you for using FixYa.

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