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How to recharge the battery on a 2005 636 ninja?

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Assuming you have just left the bike for a while and not removed a battery lead so it is flat (not the alternator is shot), then bumb start the bike and take her for a 5 mile journey, without stopping too much. Do some low speed, 3rd gear pulls to 60mph. This will charge the battery.

If it is the original battery, and it doesn't recharge after this, check the condition of the alternator and get a new battery.

Hope this helps matey :)

Posted on Jul 03, 2010


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The Kawasaki has a main fuse, located in the starter relay. Follow the red battery cable from the battery to a small plastic box. This box should have two large wires and a plastic cap, Under this cap is the main fuse. Pull that and see if it is blown and replace it if she is.

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If the battery does not charge, maybe the battery is bad if it is over 2 years old.

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