Question about 1996 Honda CBR 600 F(3)T
I am trying to accsess the battery on my 1996 cbr 600f2 But i cannot figure out how to get my seat off can you please help
The first thing you have to do is to remove the fairings on both sides. The ones I am referring to are from the fuel **** to the back tail light. Do this very carefully as the part of the fairing close to the fuel on off reserve is very easily broken, so use a screw driver and gently pry it off, there is also a turn screw that has to be turned with a screw driver that holds this fairing in place it is below the fuel on off knob, turn it to loosen the fairing gently pry off the other parts toward the back of the tail light and this whole section can be removed. Once this side is off do the other side using the same gentle technique. Once these two are off there are two screw bolts holding the seat in place. Once they are removed then pull the seat up gently and back as there is a part that slides under an opening that part of the seat underside fits into. Once off you can access the battery which is under a covering which must be removed. This is all an example of some poor engineering from Honda. I would have expected better but this is what you get. Good luck, putting those fairings back on have to be done with equal gentle techniques to insure you do not break those fairing sections that hold the fairing in place. More bad engineering from Honda.
Posted on Apr 10, 2009
Here is a pic for a 96 F3. it shows 2 bolts on either side of the seat. guessing if you remove them it will remove the seat.
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
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