Question about 2006 BMW R 1150 R
Ana suggested looking under the seat. Not appropriate!
The battery is under the tank, but you don't need to remove the tank, just loosen it off. You need to remove the Right body panel, and the air "tank trim" panels, and loosen off the two oil coolers. They can hang happily enough on the hoses. On the right side under the body panel there is a tank mounting screw that you need to take off. Then the tank can be propped up, but be careful not to put strain on the fuel lines! This will give you access to the battery. I can't remember if you need to take off the air filter box as well.
Try getting a copy of the Haynes manual, it's not expensive and it's very detailed.
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
Go to dealer and ask him.More better you can buy another one new end charged.Look under seat,d'ont remove the tank.
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
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