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Old 07 Aug 2004, 09:49 pm
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How do you do that? I couldnt figure out how to dsconnect the negative battery cable. Its kinda hard to get to it with that big air box cover in the way.
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Old 07 Aug 2004, 09:51 pm
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Undo the two clips on the airbox cover and lift the cover aside.
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I know, what im tryin to say is when i have it aside, it is still in the way a little bit. I just want to know how to disconnect the battery cable
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10 mm open end wrench. loosen the nut and pull it off from the battery post
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??? I got mine off without removing the air box cover
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Old 08 Aug 2004, 01:21 am
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to get the negative off you have to remove the airbox cover

( electrically speaking youre supposed to deny the positive its ground)
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Old 08 Aug 2004, 11:24 am
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the GTs battery isnt covered by the air box
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