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2008 c109r problem Just put a new battery in and went for a short ride but the battery did not stay charged. The bike only has 13,000k on it. Would the alternator not be working ?

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A, CHECK WHETHER THE BATTERY WAS FULLY CHARGED
B, CHECK FOR ANY LOOSE CONNECTIONS OF THE BATTERY
C, CHECK FOR THE BATTERY SPECIFICATIONS
D, CHECK FOR ANY EARTHING PROBLEMS IN ANY WIRES
E, FINALLY CHECK THE ALTERNATOR

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