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Battery Location Where is the battery located on a Burgman 650. It's dead an needs to be recharged.

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You have it all wrong!! Lift the seat and look close to the hinge of the seat and you will see a plasic cover that covers the battery - really easy to access once you know where it is. No brackets , just fists snuggly in the battery box. You may have to undo the seat strut to access easier

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I think its near the tale light assembly,first you have to remove the 2 screw of the rare handle support, then the cover.

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