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Offline AvgBear

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Re: MIL and TTC disabled lights on after flat battery
« Reply #30 on: May 24, 2018, 05:39:33 PM »
My story: after rolling the bike out of the garage and getting suited-up, I turned the key on and pressed the starter button -- there was a "click" and everything turned off. That signaled the end of a - fine until then - original-type battery.
(apparently?, some sort of internal failure killed it..?)
Luckily, I had a fresh 10 A-H sealed lead-acid battery in the garage (for another purpose). Since I still needed to go somewhere, I swapped-out the original-type for the 10 A-H -- it fit (smaller / basically: shorter) and started the bike.
I ordered the 20 A-H battery listed in a previous post and replaced the 10 A-H and all has been well since.
So.., (in my case) 3 sizes will work -- reserve electrical supply, notwithstanding...  :033:
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Offline biscut1975

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Re: MIL and TTC disabled lights on after flat battery
« Reply #31 on: June 22, 2018, 10:18:08 PM »
After doing some more digging, and bits of testing, i found an article online that mentioned something i had never heard of. ..a parasitic battery drain. Ok, to me it sounded like bulls##t BUT...on pulling out a micro usb cable that i had run through the frame, i found it melted / fried. Replaced the cable and have now run it somewhere that won't get quite so hot, i haven't had any problems since. I have left the battery off charge, left various accessories plugged in and a week later, fired up first time and has done every time since.

 


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