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Is it OK to charge a Kawasaki 250 Ninja battery with a regular battery charger at low level charge? I let the battery run down on the bike.. I am wondering of the hazards of charing my bike battery with a standard auto battery charger that would be charged in my garage.

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As long as they are both 12 volts the battery doesn't care. Put the charger on the lowest setting and remove the cell covers from the battery. Make sure acid is over the plates. If not add water. Just trickle charge or you will burn it up!

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