Question about Victory 8-Ball Motorcycles
When replacing any battery there are a few simple guidlines that will keep you safe.I assume that you know where the battery is located (most likely under the seat) and you are standing by of the side of the bike looking at it.1)Get a socket or wrench that fits on the terminal bolt snuggly.This is most likely going to be a 10 mm.2)Remove the NEGATIVE cable first.BLACK3) Remove the POSITIVE cable second RED4) Remove or undo the holddown strap.5) Remove battery and position the new battery into place.6) Pay careful attention to the terminal orientation.7) Secure battery 8) Attach positive cable RED to the battery 9) Then attach the negative cable BLACK. This order goes for all batteries in all modern vehicles.Good luck and good riding PS be sure the terminal bolts are tight
Posted on Nov 13, 2010
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