Question about 2005 Suzuki Boulevard C90
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the factory size battery for a C90 is YTX16-BS-1
you might also try UTX16-1.
I just bought a replacement for my 05. Got it on
ebay. shipped to me for around $80.00 including
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
You can reset by disconnecting the battery for about half an hour, but the gaskets on the fuel system have been dry for a couple of months, and in turn have shrunk, this would cause the pressure to drop, and you may need to re-tighten all the screws on the feul pump, rail etc. Hope that helps!
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
I'm thinking it's either the ignition switch or a fuse.
Try replacing the fuses first...it's easier.
If it's not the fuses feel free to post again and we'll work on the switch,or try alternate ideas.
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
to determine that, you will need a voltmeter and a battery charger. first, put battery on level surface and check to see if the acid is at a good level, if not, you will have to get some at a parts store and refill it to level indicated on the side. fully charge the battery over night with the charger taking the battery out first. the next day, disconnect charger and write down voltage obtained from voltmeter. next, install battery on motorcycle and try to start it. if it's starts, use voltmeter to check voltage at battery while running engine, write it down. let it run a few minutes like 20 and shut it off. check voltage, if it droped, your alternator is not charging. if it's the same as when you first tested it at 12 volts, you might be good only if you had to refill it, if not, the battery is defective and must be replaced.
Posted on Jul 06, 2010
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