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How do I change da battery in my 01 cbr600 f41
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Angry How do I change da battery in my 01 cbr600 f41 - May 19, 2008, 11:01 PM

I wanted to charge it but I dont know where to put the positive and negative connects it does not say on the back seat and I dont see any colors or signs so I want to try to replace the batter can some one HELP PLEASE
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May 19, 2008, 11:27 PM

it should be under the front seat. the battery should be marked and the positive should have a red cover over the connection. if you are getting in there you might want to go ahead and install the wiring for a battery tender so the pig-tail can be routed so it is accessable w/o taking everything apart. the pig tail can be purchased for about $6 at most bike shops. the tender will run you about $35 and should include the tail as well.

here is a link to the service book should you have any questions.
http://www.repairmanualclub.com/index.php?dlid=163

i also have it on pdf file if that dosnt work just shoot me an e-mail addy that can recieve a large file.


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The battery itself will also have a raised + near the positive terminal and a - near the ground terminal. Be careful. Remove the ground cable first when removing the battery. Don't touch any metal on the bike while connecting or disconnecting the positive cable.


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Make sure when u change your bat. To put the red rubber cap back over the terminal. Mine was lifted by the corner of the battery casing. I had a helmet lock in my trunk that slid down to the bat. When I was doing a standup (ON A PRIVATE RD.) The helmet lock slipped under the rubber cap and grounded the bike. Thus shutting it off and send a malfunction lite, while I was doing the wheelie. All was good just grabbed the clutch. Freak accident I know, but I now know the cap is there for a reason.


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