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Battery charge My motorcycle was in the garage for a few weeks and it seems that the battery is dead now. I was wondering if i can charge the battery but i have no idea how to open it. Can some one please help? Thanks manish

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Use trickle charger on the battery while the bike is not on use, it extenz the life of the battery a bit. A battery will last you about 3-4 years depending on use and conditions. Hope that helps.

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U have to take off the seat to get to the battery and if it is going to sit awhile i would put stabile lizer in the gas so ur carbs dont get water in them

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