Question about 2005 Suzuki Boulevard C50
Make sure the battery passes a load test, on FI bikes it is "CRITICAL" to have a good battery. Do you have a multi meter? Also when charging the battery you should be using a 10 amp battery charger when it goes dead, not a trickle charger. To load test your battery hook the meter leads to the battery terminals, set the meter on 20 VDC scale,static test( key off) voltage needs to be like 12+ volts. With your key on it should stay right about 12, Next press the starter button and observe the cranking voltage if it goes below 10 volts your battery needs to be replaced. This is critical to these and for the most part all bikes.
Posted on Sep 05, 2010
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