Your motorcycle battery is dying and you need to know how to charge a Yuasa motorcycle battery. You want to make sure that you select the correct battery charger for your Yuasa motorcycle because it will affect how your battery charges. Instead of purchasing a replacement battery you can charge you current Yuasa Motorcycle battery and extend its battery life a little longer. You will also be able to save money by charging you battery than having to replace it all together. Charging a Yuasa motorcycle battery will allow you to be able to get more use out of your current battery.
To charge a Yuasa motorcycle battery you will need:
- battery charger
- motorcycle battery
- Remove your current battery from your motorcycle. If you are not sure of the location of your Yuasa motorcycle battery refer to your manual. A battery can be located in different places depending on the make, year, and model of your bike.
- Remove the caps from the chambers. Fill the caps with distilled water once removed. This prevents gasses from building up in the battery.
- Plug in and hook up the battery charger. Plug the battery charger into an electrical socket. Connect the battery charger to the Yuasa motorcycle battery. Connect the positive cable first to the positive connection on the battery, and then connect the negative cable to the negative connection on the battery.
- Charge the battery. Turn the charger on to begin to charge the battery. Let the Yuasa motorcycle battery charge until it is fully charged. Depending on the strength of the battery, this will determine the charging time. It can possibly have to charge for at least twelve hours.
- Replace the battery. Disconnect the cables from the battery one at a time. Unplug the battery charger from the electrical socket. Replace your chamber caps. Install your battery back into your motorcycle. Your Yuasa motorcycle battery should be fully charged and ready to go.
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