A new battery on my 250 aquilla and it still goes flat after a day or so. I put a multimeter on the terminals while engine running and it;s hardly showing a charge the readout flucktuates thinking its the...
GV250: Removing the Battery:
Since I've done it a couple of times recently, I thought I would put together this quick HowTo.
Remove the seat. You don't necessarily have to but I find it makes it easier.
Using a #3 Phillips head screw driver, loosen the screw holding the chrome piece below the plastic panel in place.
Note: Do not remove the screw, just loosen.
the plastic side panel towards you until the tab comes loose from the
slot. There will be resistance because of the tab slot that holds it in
Note: do not pull to far towards you as you may damage the tongue below (see Appendix A for visual reference)
a 10MM socket wrench or a #3 Phillips head screwdriver (I recommend the
10MM socket wrench) remove the two bolts holding the bracket battery.
pull the battery out and, using a 10MM socket wrench or a #3 Phillips
head screwdriver (I recommend the 10MM socket wrench), remove the two
Note: For the positive terminal, you will need to pull the rubber boot back. It should slide back along the cable.
Tuck the loose terminal cables back in the now empty battery slot and replace the plastic side panel and seat.
Thats it, your done.
is a tongue on the plastic side panel that slides into a slot in the
chrome below it. Do not put the tongue behind the slot, it must go
inside the slot
Jan 03, 2011 |
2002 Hyosung GV 250 Aquila