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My key is not releasing the seat on 06 kawasaki. how can i get to battery

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Push in the direction that normally releases the seat (normally down) while turning the key and it will probably unlock. Sometimes the tension from the seat pushing against the lock stops it from unlocking.

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seat latches often use a sliding tab & latch,your key is the 'handle'of the tab.spray lubricant into key hole and on latch behind assembly.you may have to wiggle seat up and down as well,use your 'spare' key in case you have to ride it to the dealer,or a locksmith!

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you may have to get a little forcefull with it , get a friend to bounce up and down on the seat while you try the lock, be carefull to not force the key too much as they are only brass and snap off easily. this has worked very well for me in the past.

Posted on Sep 03, 2011

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