Question about 2000 kawasaki ZX-7R
Is the battery dead or dying?
My thought is your battery is 99% dead. When you disconnect the load you descrive, there is 1% of the battery trying to do what you want.
Remove the battery from the bike and have it tested at a auto parts or motorcycle parts place. If you can do a hydro test on it, you can do that test. A good reading ia 1200. Put a small charger on it if you like. Im guessing it is not worth charging but try just the same. That way, when you plunk your hard earned $ down for a new battery, you will not feel bad.
Let me know what happens
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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