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Is there a way to charge a battery on a 1999 suzuki 800 without having to remove the battery.

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Anything is possible, but there is no GOOD way. Take the time to remove it.

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Have had my intruder from new. Charge it all the time without removing battery. There is an acess hole on the right (as you sit on it). side of the bike right next to the positive connection to the battery..simply put a small aligator clip through the hole and clip to positive terminal and ground the other charger lead to the frame. Attach the other end of alligator clip to jumper battery or battery charger's positive...Works great..have used it to jump start bike several times

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    Have had my intruder from new. Charge it all the time without removing battery. There is an acess hole on the right
    (as you sit on it). side of the bike right next to the positive connection to the battery..simply put a small aligator clip through the hole and clip to positive terminal and ground the other charger lead to the frame. Attach the other end of alligator clip to jumper battery or battery charger's positive...Works great..have used it to jump start bike several times

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I would reccomend purchasing a battery maintainer. It comes with a pigtail that you can leave hooked to your battery, and you just plug the charger into the pigtail. It'll run you about $30.00. They really do prolong the life of your battery also.

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