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WHERE IS THE BATTERY BOX - 2005 Suzuki GSX-R 600

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IF THIS IS A GSXR 600 IT WILL BE UNDER THE RIDER SEAT, REMOVE BY UNDOING THE ALUN KEY BOLTS 1 EACH SIDE OF THE SEAT LAND RHAND SIDE PANEL

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      Remove the battery cover to access the battery terminals. Disconnect the negative (-) battery cable with the pliers.

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3. Lift the air filter out of the air box. 4. Disconnect the PCV hose from the lower air box.

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6. Disconnect the battery terminals - negative 1st, the positive. 7. Remove the anchor bolt at the base of the battery using a 1/2" socket. 8. Lift battery out (with a battery carrier strap). Save the thermal blanket wrap to slip on the new battery.

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9. Clean the terminals by dipping in a cup filled with baking soda and warm water. Use a battery terminal cleaning tool, wire brush to remove the corrosion or a tiny screw driver to scrape with. Rinse with water and clean up the tray with a towel.

10. Install the thermal blanket on new battery. Note the position of the notches on the blanket when replacing it. Lift into car and slide the battery as much as possible towards fender. Reinstall retaining bolt.

11. Install felt washers ($1) to prevent corrosion on the terminals

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You will destroy your DVR 545 in seconds!!!!

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