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I got to the battery on my 2004 suzuki 800 intruder but it will not drop all the way down to remove the battery cables any advise

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  • jwellison67 May 11, 2010

    Can you lift up the seat in order to reach them?

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Unfortunatley the battery will not just fall out when the floor plate is unbolted. The battery is larger than the clearance. The bike needs to be elevated from the rear to access it. The best way is with a motorcycle jack.

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