Question about 1989 Suzuki LS 650 Savage
Your battery is definitely shot. If I remember correctly from my 1988 Savage LS-650J it was located in the chromed box and was accessed from the left side of the bike since the tool kit was on the right, but it has been many many years ago.
Posted on Nov 03, 2014
Take the battery out of the bike and hook it to a charger. Make sure it is properly charged and take it to a battery store to have a load test performed. From your description, it sounds like the battery is shot and needs replaced.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Go to your battery find out where that smoke is coming from. It sounds like summer your wires melted together. That was cause everything the short out, make sure your battery is charged, take it out of the bike and charge it and make sure you got about 12.67 V coming out of it. When you tested smoke coming from anywhere as bad. You could have some wires melted together file your wire harness, make sure that's not so
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