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Battery access on a 2008 c109r - 2011 Suzuki Boulevard C109R

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A, CHECK WHETHER THE BATTERY WAS FULLY CHARGED
B, CHECK FOR ANY LOOSE CONNECTIONS OF THE BATTERY
C, CHECK FOR THE BATTERY SPECIFICATIONS
D, CHECK FOR ANY EARTHING PROBLEMS IN ANY WIRES
E, FINALLY CHECK THE ALTERNATOR

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as much as it needs until it starts seeping out of the overflow not then put it on and tighten a tad just past snug because you don't want it lose but you don't want to strip it either. I hope this helps

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