Question about 2003 Suzuki VL 800 Volusia
To access the battery, you will need to remove the saddle. The rear part of the saddle is held in place with an allen head bolt and the front part of the saddle is held in place with a ringed nut.
Remove the allen head bold holding the rear part of the saddle in place. Lift up and back to remove this part of the saddle. Now you will see a bolt with a slotted ring around the circumferance of the smooth head. The bolt head is at the bottom of what you can see. You will have to use an open-end wrench to remove this one (a socket will not work on this). Both wrenches you need are in your tool kit that came with the bike. Once this is off, remove the front saddle by lifting up and backward. You will see the battery under the seat.
Posted on Jul 21, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: how to change coolent
like anywhere else. what do you expect to hear if you are lazy to ask properly in a few sentences?
first have the engine cool down, then pour out the old coolAnt into a container like a distilled water container. Add distilled water and coolant in proper volumes and crank up the engine. then de-aerate the cooling system and it's done
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
SOURCE: 2003 suzuki VL 800 volushia
probably only need 1/2 to 3/4 litre,when you are filling the final drive through the large bolt hole,that is also the level guide,when the oil starts to dribble out the hole,the drive is full.
Posted on Jul 04, 2009
From the top of your radiator you will have a pipe 1/4 inch or 3/8 inch follow that along and you will find your expansion tank there will be no more then about 3 bolts holding it on remove the hose and bolts and take the tank out of your motorcycle and drain into a sealable container DO NOT try to **** the coolant out with a hose as the anti freeze is poisonous it kills around 10,000 pets per year an estimated 3,400 human poisonings...20% are children under the age of 6, Depose of your anti freeze wisely.
Posted on Nov 05, 2009
Did you also check the system fuses? The fuse box is located behind the left side crankcase cover above the coolant reservior.
The 15 amp Signal fuse protects the coolant temperature light, the turn signal indicator light, the neutral indicator light, the oil pressure light, horn, brake/taillight, postition light and turn signal light. Basically, if this fuse is blown, your cluster will be inop.
Please let me know if this is helpful.
Posted on Aug 01, 2010
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