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Change the battery

How to change the battery suzuki intruder?

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I had to take the riders leftside exhaust off to drop the cradle and put the bike on blocks for clearance to remove battery.
i think the designer forgot he had to put a battery on the bike,you couldnt find a most ridiculous place if you tried.
WELL DONE SUZUKI

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Th battey on these suck! It is located underneathe the bike in the center. There is 1 bolt on each side you need to take off. Then while holding the cover whicj is on a hinge, open it slowly and the battery should come straight down. ( Hint,,, I pull my back tire on a 2 x 6 to raise the bike up a little. ) now you can access the battery cable bolts. Take then both out being carful not to short the red/positve against anything when moving the battery around trying to get to the bolts. Assemle the same way.

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