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They are replaced from Underneath. You lift the glass and metal frame TOGETHER and then you will gain access to the Element. The Glass and the METAL FRAME are together so you unscrew them and it lifts. It is Hinged in the BACK
The Pronto M51 has two batteries in the base. The seat has to be removed to change the batteries. The M51 has had several methods of removing the seat from the base. The oldest models have a long bolt that holds the seat to a center post that sticks up from the base between the batteries. The next version has a spring loaded red handle just under the right side of the seat. If you have one of these designs you must lift the seat straight up off the center post. If not lifting straight up the seat will not come off.
The last style has the seat frame bolted to the base frame in 4 positions. Only one bolt at each corner post needs to be removed.
On diesel version you have it under the driver seat.
Pull the driver seat close to the driver wheel and go behind the seat. You'll se two small metal "legs" the seat is resting on. Near those there are some metal clams and those have to be pressed down. If pressed well the seat will be released. And can be lifted up.
underneath you'll have the battery covered with a plastic part that can be easily lifted off.
You didn't say what year model your Fatboy was but the earlier models had a large socket head bolt on either side of the seat. If your seat has the original hand strap across it, take the bolts out, pull the seat to the rear until the nose tongue under the nose of the seat disengages from the frame, lift the nose of the seat up and slide it forward out from underneath the strap.
It's kinda complicated. First, take the seat off of the door clamp part, then un-velcro the flaps on the side of the seat. You should see the white metal seat frame underneath the flaps. The seat frame is two pieces which connect (supposed to be under the flaps) by overlapping the ends and lining up the holes until the small silver metal part sticks through both holes. To undo it, press in the silver metal part on each side and pull the frame apart. After that you slide the frames out of the cloth sleeve one at a time.
Locations of these devices vary from model to model but, in most cases, these devices are found underneath the keyboard. Some manufacturers locate the cells in odd places like underneath a mouse ball, touch pad or in the screen frame housing. Not all CMOS batteries are CR232
Passenger side along the frame rail (unibody i know but where the frame would be) right up close to the motor. its a squeeze and push and pull type but be careful with the plastic line there not cheap and they are probably brittle.