Question about 2005 Suzuki Boulevard C90
The battery isn't hard to put in. but the old battery might have bent plates when it heats up they
tend to ground them selves out. the tail light check the foot brake. the switch is hooked up by a
spring that pulls down. make sure there is a little play in the spring.
the battery under the seat. some come out through the top. some through the side. pull the ground
first this this way you cant ground the positive once the neg is off .they are held in by two
screws shouldn't take more than 20min to change
hope this helps you
Posted on May 23, 2011
There is a bolt at the back of passenger( back) seat.
You have to remove that bolt and slide the seat to the rear to remove it. This will expose the bolts at the rear of the rider's seat, remove them (there's either 1 or 2) and slide the rider's seat back. Look down between the gas tank and the rear fender. And you will see the battery.Before taking the battery and disconnecting battery connections.Just note down the battery connections properly and confirm how the old battery is placed there.This will help you to fit and connect your new battery.
--------------------- Also its possible that your battery is loosing its charge or not getting properly charged by the stator. You can test the stator (alternator for bikes) and regulator/rectifier (changes ac to dc and puts out no more than 13.7 volts usually)
Before doing either- check and clean connections for the battery, stator and rectifier. Un hook everything, check for corrosion, sand battery cables ends at battery and frame ground (follow negative to where it connects to frame or engine) until they shine. Make sure they are all tight too. This can really effect charging.
----------- This will help.Thanks.Helpmech.
Posted on May 22, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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